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Functional brain networks develop from a "local to distributed" organization.

Functional brain networks develop from a "local to distributed" organization.

... similar to a Laplacian is constructed from the nodes in question, comparing observed versus expected ...used to split the nodes into two subgraphs, and Q is ...subgraphs to see if an increase ... See full document

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Large scale brain functional networks support sentence comprehension: evidence from both explicit and implicit language tasks.

Large scale brain functional networks support sentence comprehension: evidence from both explicit and implicit language tasks.

... characterizing brain network architectures [29,30] to compare the topological properties of the brain functional networks involved in explicit and implicit language tasks ...asked ... See full document

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Mapping Individual Brain Networks Using Statistical Similarity in Regional Morphology from MRI.

Mapping Individual Brain Networks Using Statistical Similarity in Regional Morphology from MRI.

... Representing brain morphology as a network has the advantage that the regional morphol- ogy of ‘isolated’ structures can be described statistically based on graph ...investigated brain morphology ... See full document

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Resting-state EEG oscillatory dynamics in fragile X syndrome: abnormal functional connectivity and brain network organization.

Resting-state EEG oscillatory dynamics in fragile X syndrome: abnormal functional connectivity and brain network organization.

... of functional brain connectivity in various spectral bands of the electroenceph- alogram ...the brain can be parceled into networks of nodes and ...referred to as processing units, ... See full document

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Resolving anatomical and functional structure in human brain organization: identifying mesoscale organization in weighted network representations.

Resolving anatomical and functional structure in human brain organization: identifying mesoscale organization in weighted network representations.

... in brain systems could be driven by energetic and metabolic constraints on network development ...easier to maintain and use than long connections [75]. If such a functional consequence of physical ... See full document

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Topographic factor analysis: a Bayesian model for inferring brain networks from neural data.

Topographic factor analysis: a Bayesian model for inferring brain networks from neural data.

... many brain regions, each comprising millions of ...abstracted from that underlying structure. For example, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) datasets comprise a time series of ... See full document

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Adaptation of brain functional and structural networks in aging.

Adaptation of brain functional and structural networks in aging.

... that functional networks examined using rs-fMRI and structural networks accessed using high angular resolution diffusion imaging (HARDI) can demonstrate age-related compensatory changes in the PFC ... See full document

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Incidental and intentional learning of verbal episodic material differentially modifies functional brain networks.

Incidental and intentional learning of verbal episodic material differentially modifies functional brain networks.

... network brain can be achieved with graph-theoretical approaches (see [1–6] for an ...nodes. Functional brain networks can be derived from direct or indirect measurements of neural ... See full document

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Effects of different correlation metrics and preprocessing factors on small-world brain functional networks: a resting-state functional MRI study.

Effects of different correlation metrics and preprocessing factors on small-world brain functional networks: a resting-state functional MRI study.

... of brain networks based on resting-state functional MRI (R-fMRI) has attracted a great deal of attention in recent ...of functional brain networks has not been systematically ... See full document

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The organization of local and distant functional connectivity in the human brain.

The organization of local and distant functional connectivity in the human brain.

... used to analyze network properties across the human brain introducing spatial distance ...preferentially local versus preferentially distant functional connectivity at rest easily separates ... See full document

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Structural and functional rich club organization of the brain in children and adults.

Structural and functional rich club organization of the brain in children and adults.

... or networks is important for coordinating segregated and distributed neural ...structural networks potentially highlights the ‘‘highways’’ at which functional integration of this type might ... See full document

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Neuronal functional connection graphs among multiple areas of the rat somatosensory system during spontaneous and evoked activities.

Neuronal functional connection graphs among multiple areas of the rat somatosensory system during spontaneous and evoked activities.

... anatomical brain connectivity discovered that small- world network architectures are a distinctive trait in animals [19,21,40], including humans [10,13,41], yet with different degree of brain ...that ... See full document

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DISTRIBUTED VERTEX COVER ALGORITHMS FOR WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS

DISTRIBUTED VERTEX COVER ALGORITHMS FOR WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS

... complexity algorithm and with a graph of vertices more than 20 in number, to find a solution for the minimum VCS requires a huge processing power and takes unfeasibly long processing time. Therefore, when such ... See full document

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Influences of chia flour and the concentration of total solids on the characteristics of ‘dulce de leche’ from goat milk

Influences of chia flour and the concentration of total solids on the characteristics of ‘dulce de leche’ from goat milk

... applied to the ‘dulce de leche’ was enough to promote beneficial effects on the composition of the product, enabling improvement in the nutritional quality even in foods with high energy demand such as ... See full document

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Influences of chia flour and the concentration of total solids on the characteristics of ‘dulce de leche’ from goat milk

Influences of chia flour and the concentration of total solids on the characteristics of ‘dulce de leche’ from goat milk

... applied to investigate the influence of the substitution of corn starch with whole and partially defatted chia flour under the technical characteristics (centesimal composition, instrumental analyses, and sensory ... See full document

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A Distributed Method to Localization for Mobile Sensor Networks based on the convex hull

A Distributed Method to Localization for Mobile Sensor Networks based on the convex hull

... packet to estimate its postion,after this stage of estimation the node switches to another state is depending on the value of the estimation error found,if espilon<threshold the node enters in estimated ... See full document

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MEG network differences between low- and high-grade glioma related to epilepsy and cognition.

MEG network differences between low- and high-grade glioma related to epilepsy and cognition.

... of functional networks leads to increased local clustering levels ...tended to have shorter time between first symptoms and MEG recordings ...small to analyze within group ... See full document

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Advanced brain imaging: from adult to neonates

Advanced brain imaging: from adult to neonates

... sensitive to this relaxation ...sensitive to this parameter it is possi- ble to map local field ...therefore local magnetic proper- ties are modified by the oxygenation state allowing ... See full document

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Altered causal connectivity of resting state brain networks in amnesic MCI.

Altered causal connectivity of resting state brain networks in amnesic MCI.

... of brain networks in MCI/aMCI ...state brain networks in MCI ...important brain networks, including the DMN [30–31], the dorsal attention network (DAN) [32], the fronto-parietal ... See full document

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USING A MORPHOLOGICAL CHART TO DEVELOP FASHION PRODUCTS FROM RECYCLED KNIT WASTE

USING A MORPHOLOGICAL CHART TO DEVELOP FASHION PRODUCTS FROM RECYCLED KNIT WASTE

... means to produce more waste; if more waste is created, more space it needs to be ...resources to satisfy human ...away from nature, thinking about it only as means for ...themselves ... See full document

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