Graph-theory based parcellation of functional subunits in the brain from resting-state fMRI data

@article{Shen2010GraphtheoryBP,
  title={Graph-theory based parcellation of functional subunits in the brain from resting-state fMRI data},
  author={Xilin Shen and Xenophon Papademetris and R. Todd Constable},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={1027-1035}
}
Resting-state fMRI provides a method to examine the functional network of the brain under spontaneous fluctuations. A number of studies have proposed using resting-state BOLD data to parcellate the brain into functional subunits. In this work, we present two state-of-the-art graph-based partitioning approaches, and investigate their application to the problem of brain network segmentation using resting-state fMRI. The two approaches, the normalized cut (Ncut) and the modularity detection… CONTINUE READING

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