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AbstractObjectiveBrain parcellation is an essential aspect of computational neuroimaging research and deals with segmenting the brain into (possibly overlapping) sub-regions employed to study brain anatomy or function. In the context of functional parcellation, brain organization which is often measured via temporal metrics such as coherence, is highly dynamic. This dynamic aspect is ignored in most research, which typically applies anatomically based, fixed regions for each individual, and candoi:10.1101/2021.04.22.440936 fatcat:3ritybbj3rewvgcads4wx274pq