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Nonparametric Group Variable Selection with Multivariate Response for Connectome-Based Modeling of Cognitive Scores

  title={Nonparametric Group Variable Selection with Multivariate Response for Connectome-Based Modeling of Cognitive Scores},
  author={Arkaprava Roy},
In this article, we study possible relations between the structural connectome and cognitive profiles using a multi-response nonparametric regression model under group sparsity. The aim is to identify the brain regions having a significant effect on cognitive functioning. The cognitive profiles are measured in terms of seven cognitive age-adjusted test scores from the NIH toolbox of cognitive battery. The structural connectomes are represented by adjacency matrices. Most existing works consider… 


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