Meta-RegGNN: Predicting Verbal and Full-Scale Intelligence Scores Using Graph Neural Networks and Meta-learning

@article{Jegham2022MetaRegGNNPV,
  title={Meta-RegGNN: Predicting Verbal and Full-Scale Intelligence Scores Using Graph Neural Networks and Meta-learning},
  author={Imen Jegham and Islem Rekik},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2209.13530}
}
. Decrypting intelligence from the human brain construct is vital in the detection of particular neurological disorders. Recently, functional brain connectomes have been used successfully to predict behavioral scores. However, state-of-the-art methods, on one hand, neglect the topological properties of the connectomes and, on the other hand, fail to solve the high inter-subject brain heterogeneity. To address these lim-itations, we propose a novel regression graph neural network through meta… 

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