Tree-Dependent and Topographic Independent Component Analysis for fMRI Analysis
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- Meyer-Bäse A., Theis F.J., Lange O., Puntonet C.G. (2004) Tree-Dependent and Topographic Independent Component Analysis for fMRI Analysis. In: Puntonet C.G., Prieto A. (eds) Independent Component Analysis and Blind Signal Separation. ICA 2004. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 3195. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
Recently, a new paradigm in ICA emerged, that of finding “clusters” of dependent components. This striking philosophy found its implementation in two new ICA algorithms: tree–dependent and topographic ICA. Applied to fMRI, this leads to the unifying paradigm of combining two powerful exploratory data analysis methods, ICA and unsupervised clustering techniques. For the fMRI data, a comparative quantitative evaluation between the two methods, tree–dependent and topographic ICA was performed. The comparative results were evaluated based on (1) correlation and associated time–courses and (2) ROC study. It can be seen that topographic ICA outperforms all other ICA methods including tree–dependent ICA for 8 and 9 ICs. However, for 16 ICs topographic ICA is outperformed by both FastICA and tree–dependent ICA (KGV) using as an approximation of the mutual information the kernel generalized variance.
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