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Brain Mapping of Topological Images Using reBUT

  • Priyanka SrivastavaEmail author
  • K. S. Patnaik
Conference paper

Abstract

On the basis of the outcome of various research works on multisensory neurons, it has been concluded that all the five senses are related to each other. Perception, cognition, and action are incorporated at the starting phase of processing in the human brain. This paper focuses on the use of a region-based extension of the Borsuk–Ulam Theorem (indicated by reBUT) for annotating brain using topological images. Brain annotation arises brain mapping. A region is a subclass of a class surface on a finite-dimensional space (n-sphere) which has been mapped into Euclidean space Rn with a pair of antipodal n-sphere regions. Borsuk–Ulam Theorem (BUT) states that when two contrary points on a sphere are anticipated onto a circumference, it produces a single point containing their matching description. The outcome of this research paper is to present an operational framework combining reBUT and functional architecture with the nature of mental states of the mind.

Keywords

Brain Borsuk–Ulam Theorem (BUT) reBUT Antipodal Sphere 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science and EngineeringBirla Institute of TechnologyMesraIndia

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