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Multi-Class Sparse Bayesian Regression for Neuroimaging Data Analysis

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Multi-Class Sparse Bayesian Regression for Neuroimaging Data Analysis
The use of machine learning tools is gaining popularity in neuroimaging, as it provides a sensitive assessment of the information conveyed by brain images. In particular, finding regions of the brain whose functional signal reliably predicts some behavioral information makes it possible to better understand how this information is encoded or processed in the brain. However, such a prediction is performed through regression or classification algorithms that suffer from the curse of dimensionality, because a huge number of features (i.e. voxels) are available to fit some target, with very few samples (i.e. scans) to learn the informative regions. A commonly used solution is to regularize the weights of the parametric prediction function. However, model specification needs a careful design to balance adaptiveness and sparsity. In this paper, we introduce a novel method, Multi-Class Sparse Bayesian Regression (MCBR ), that generalizes classical approaches such as Ridge regression and ...
Vincent Michel, Evelyn Eger, Christine Keribin, Be
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where MICCAI
Authors Vincent Michel, Evelyn Eger, Christine Keribin, Bertrand Thirion
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