Decomposition methods for the fusion of multimodal neuroimaging data

@inproceedings{Dhne2015DecompositionMF,
  title={Decomposition methods for the fusion of multimodal neuroimaging data},
  author={Sven D{\"a}hne},
  year={2015}
}
Multimodal neuroimaging, which is the study of brain function by combining (or fusing) several measurement modalities, holds great promise for clinical as well as cognitive neuroscience. Measurements of oscillatory brain activity are of particular interest for this thesis, because changes in this kind of neural activity (also referred to as band-power modulations) have been linked to practically every aspect of cognition and play an important role in clinical settings. However, current state-of… CONTINUE READING

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