Constraints and spandrels of interareal connectomes

@inproceedings{Rubinov2016ConstraintsAS,
  title={Constraints and spandrels of interareal connectomes},
  author={Mikail Rubinov},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2016}
}
Interareal connectomes are whole-brain wiring diagrams of white-matter pathways. Recent studies have identified modules, hubs, module hierarchies and rich clubs as structural hallmarks of these wiring diagrams. An influential current theory postulates that connectome modules are adequately explained by evolutionary pressures for wiring economy, but that the other hallmarks are not explained by such pressures and are therefore less trivial. Here, we use constraint network models to test these… CONTINUE READING
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