Content-Based fMRI Brain Maps Retrieval

@inproceedings{Herrera2016ContentBasedFB,
  title={Content-Based fMRI Brain Maps Retrieval},
  author={Alba Garc{\'i}a Seco de Herrera and L. Rodney Long and Sameer Kiran Antani},
  booktitle={BIH},
  year={2016}
}
The statistical analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is used to extract functional data of cerebral activation during a given experimental task. It allows for assessing changes in cerebral function related to cerebral activities. This methodology has been widely used and a few initiatives aim to develop shared data resources. Searching these data resources for a specific research goal remains a challenging problem. In particular, work is needed to create a global content… 

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