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11.06.2019 | Software Original Article

DisConICA: a Software Package for Assessing Reproducibility of Brain Networks and their Discriminability across Disorders

There is a lack of objective biomarkers to accurately identify the underlying etiology and related pathophysiology of disparate brain-based disorders that are less distinguishable clinically. Brain networks derived from resting-state functional …

16.05.2019 | Original Article

3D-Deep Learning Based Automatic Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease with Joint MMSE Prediction Using Resting-State fMRI

We performed this research to 1) evaluate a novel deep learning method for the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and 2) jointly predict the Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) scores of South Korean patients with AD. Using resting-state …

04.05.2019 | Original Article

Imputation Strategy for Reliable Regional MRI Morphological Measurements

Regional morphological analysis represents a crucial step in most neuroimaging studies. Results from brain segmentation techniques are intrinsically prone to certain degrees of variability, mainly as results of suboptimal segmentation. To reduce …

23.04.2019 | Original Article

Hierarchical Structured Sparse Learning for Schizophrenia Identification

Fractional amplitude of low-frequency fluctuation (fALFF) has been widely used for resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rs-fMRI) based schizophrenia (SZ) diagnosis. However, previous studies usually measure the fALFF within …

17.04.2019 | Original Article

Cellular Automata Tractography: Fast Geodesic Diffusion MR Tractography and Connectivity Based Segmentation on the GPU

Geodesic based tractography on diffusion magnetic resonance data is a method to devise long distance connectivities among the brain regions. In this study, cellular automata technique is applied to the geodesic tractography problem and the …

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Neuroinformatics publishes original articles and reviews with an emphasis on data structure and software tools related to analysis, modeling, integration, and sharing in all areas of neuroscience research. Coverage extends to theory and methodology, including discussions on ontologies, modeling approaches, database design, and meta-analyses; descriptions of developed databases and software tools, and of the methods for their distribution; relevant experimental results, such as reports accompanied by the release of massive data sets; computational simulations of models integrating and organizing complex data; and neuroengineering approaches, including hardware, robotics, and information theory studies. Neuroinformatics also publishes independent "tests and evaluations" of available neuroscience databases and software tools, and fosters a commitment to the principles of tool and data sharing.

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