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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Cortical folding patterns are believed to be good predictors of brain cytoarchitecture and function. For instance, neuroscientists frequently apply their domain knowledge to identify brain Regions of Interests (ROIs) based on cortical folding patterns. However, quantitative mapping of cortical folding pattern and brain function has not been established yet in the literature. This paper presents our initial effort in quantification of the regularity and variability of cortical folding patterndoi:10.1007/978-3-642-23629-7_39 fatcat:bcfh2z2iv5ca3bcwgvm3bpjbau