Brain connectivity data analysis software tools | Neuroinformatics

The functional organization of the brain is characterized by segregation and integration of information being processed. A central paradigm in modern neuroscience is that anatomical and functional connections between brain regions are organized in a way such that information processing is near optimal. Functional interactions seem to be provided by synchronized activity, both locally and between distant brain regions. Brain networks thus consist of spatially distributed but functionally connected regions that process information.

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(Lang., 2012) Brain Connectivity Analysis: A Short Survey. Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience.

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