On Clustering fMRI Time Series

@article{Goutte1999OnCF,
  title={On Clustering fMRI Time Series},
  author={Cyril Goutte and Peter Aundal Toft and Egill Rostrup and Finn {\AA}rup Nielsen and Lars Kai Hansen},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={1999},
  volume={9},
  pages={298-310}
}
Analysis of fMRI time series is often performed by extracting one or more parameters for the individual voxels. Methods based, e.g., on various statistical tests are then used to yield parameters corresponding to probability of activation or activation strength. However, these methods do not indicate whether sets of voxels are activated in a similar way or in different ways. Typically, delays between two activated signals are not identified. In this article, we use clustering methods to detect… 

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