Generative Embedding for Neuroimaging

Kay H. Brodersen

Kay H. Brodersen

Dynamic generative models of neuronal activity enable a biologically motivated, mechanistically interpretable view of the brain. These models can be viewed as optical prisms that transform high-dimensional fMRI data into low-dimensional patterns of connectivity. Such patterns can, for example, be used to understand the differences between the healthy and the diseased brain in a mechanistically interpretable fashion.

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