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Constrained Bayesian ICA for Brain Connectome Inference

  title={Constrained Bayesian ICA for Brain Connectome Inference},
  author={Claire Donnat and Leonardo Tozzi and Susan P. Holmes},
  journal={arXiv: Applications},
Brain connectomics is a developing field in neurosciences which strives to understand cognitive processes and psychiatric diseases through the analysis of interactions between brain regions. However, in the high-dimensional, low-sample, and noisy regimes that typically characterize fMRI data, the recovery of such interactions remains an ongoing challenge: how can we discover patterns of co-activity between brain regions that could then be associated to cognitive processes or psychiatric… 



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