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Towards a mathematical theory of communication for the human connectome

@inproceedings{Amico2019TowardsAM,
  title={Towards a mathematical theory of communication for the human connectome},
  author={Enrico Amico and Kausar Abbas and Duy Anh Duong-Tran and Uttara Tipnis and Meenusree Rajapandian and Evgeny J Chumin and Mario Ventresca and Jaroslaw Harezlak and Joaqu{\'i}n Go{\~n}i},
  year={2019}
}
  • Enrico Amico, Kausar Abbas, +6 authors Joaquín Goñi
  • Published 2019
  • Mathematics, Biology
  • Modeling communication dynamics in the brain is a key challenge in network neuroscience. We present here a framework that combines two measurements for any system where different communication processes are taking place on top of a fixed structural topology: Path Processing Score (PPS) estimates how much the brain signal has changed or has been transformed between any two brain regions (source and target); Path Broadcasting Strength (PBS) estimates the propagation of the signal through edges… CONTINUE READING

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