Human Brain Function
by J. Ashburner, K. Friston, W. Penny
Publisher: Academic Press 2003
Imaging neuroscience - theory and analysis: Computational neuroanatomy (Rigid body registration, Spatial normalization, High-dimensional image warping, Image segmentation, Morphometry); Modeling; Inference; Functional integration.
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