Author Archives: BrainCom

About BrainCom

I have researched on the branch of neuroimaging, brain functional network analysis, signal processing, and real-time video analysis. My recent research interests include resting state functional connectivity analysis fo the brain, functional brain network modelling, and real-time video analysis.

Self-organized Criticality of the Brain in Functional MRI

Self-organized criticality is a concept which was first proposed by Bak et al. (1988) in the field of physics. What is the critical state of a dynamical system? Simply describing, it can be regarded as a critical point of phase … Continue reading

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Fractal Dynamics in the Resting Brain

  In this talk, we address two issues on (1) how to apply fractal theories to the functional connectivity analysis of the brain, and (2) to introduce the concept of fractal connectivity as the convergence of wavelet correlation in long … Continue reading

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