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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) captures the temporal dynamics of neural activity as a function of spatial location in the brain. Thus, fMRI scans are represented as 4-Dimensional (3-space + 1-time) tensors. And it is widely believed that the spatio-temporal patterns in fMRI manifests as behaviour and clinical symptoms. Because of the high dimensionality (∼ 1 Million) of fMRI, and the added constraints of limited cardinality of data sets, extracting such patterns are challenging. AarXiv:2002.05981v1 fatcat:lwpqucodyfbizpeiwcfi7cfzkm