Cortical high-density counterstream architectures.

  title={Cortical high-density counterstream architectures.},
  author={Nikola T. Markov and M{\'a}ria Ercsey-Ravasz and David C Van Essen and Kenneth Knoblauch and Zolt{\'a}n Toroczkai and Henry Kennedy},
  volume={342 6158},
Small-world networks provide an appealing description of cortical architecture owing to their capacity for integration and segregation combined with an economy of connectivity. Previous reports of low-density interareal graphs and apparent small-world properties are challenged by data that reveal high-density cortical graphs in which economy of connections is achieved by weight heterogeneity and distance-weight correlations. These properties define a model that predicts many binary and weighted… CONTINUE READING