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Nonparametric Mean Shift Functional Detection in the Functional Space for Task and Resting-state fMRI

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Nonparametric Mean Shift Functional Detection in the Functional Space for Task and Resting-state fMRI
In functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) data analysis, normalization of time series is an important and sometimes necessary preprocessing step in many widely used methods. The space of normalized time series with n time points is the unit sphere S^{n-2}, named the functional space. Riemannian framework on the sphere, including the geodesic, the exponential map, and the logarithmic map, has been well studied in Riemannian geometry. In this paper, by introducing the Riemannian framework in the functional space, we propose a novel nonparametric robust method, namely Mean Shift Functional Detection (MSFD), to explore the functional space. The first merit of the MSFD is that it does not need many assumptions on data which are assumed in many existing method, e.g. linear addition (GLM, PCA, ICA), uncorrelation (PCA), independence (ICA), the number and the shape of clusters (FCM). Second, MSFD takes into account the spatial information and can be seen as a multivariate extension of th...
Jian Cheng, Feng Shi, Kun Wang, Ming Song, Jiefeng
Added 25 Nov 2009
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where MICCAI
Authors Jian Cheng, Feng Shi, Kun Wang, Ming Song, Jiefeng Jiang, Lijuan Xu, Tianzi Jiang
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