Khalid, Muhammad Usman
The detection of regional activity and estimation of communication networks are two critical features to enable functional understanding of a human brain. In this regard, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has emerged as a powerful noninvasive neuroimaging modality to investigate not only the neural activity within the different isolated brains regions but also how different brain regions communicate with each other during cognition and resting state. Similar to other imaging...[Show more]
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