Multiple time scale complexity analysis of resting state FMRI

@article{Smith2013MultipleTS,
  title={Multiple time scale complexity analysis of resting state FMRI},
  author={Robert X. Smith and Lirong Yan and Danny Jiongjiong Wang},
  journal={Brain Imaging and Behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={8},
  pages={284-291}
}
The present study explored multi-scale entropy (MSE) analysis to investigate the entropy of resting state fMRI signals across multiple time scales. MSE analysis was developed to distinguish random noise from complex signals since the entropy of the former decreases with longer time scales while the latter signal maintains its entropy due to a “self-resemblance” across time scales. A long resting state BOLD fMRI (rs-fMRI) scan with 1000 data points was performed on five healthy young volunteers… CONTINUE READING

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