Computational and Network Modeling of Neuroimaging Data,
Edition 1
Edited by Kendrick Kay

Publication Date: 28 Jun 2024

Computational and Network Modeling of Neuroimaging Data provides an authoritative and comprehensive overview of the many diverse modeling approaches that have been fruitfully applied to neuroimaging data. As neuroimaging is witnessing a massive increase in the quality and quantity of data being acquired, this book gives an accessible foundation to the field of computational neuroimaging, suitable for graduate students, academic researchers, and industry practitioners who are interested in adopting or applying model-based approaches in neuroimaging.

It is widely recognized that effective interpretation and extraction of information from complex data requires quantitative modeling. However, modeling the brain comes in many diverse forms, with different research communities tackling different brain systems, different spatial and temporal scales, and different aspects of brain structure and function. This book takes a critical step towards synthesizing and integrating across different modeling approaches.

Key Features

  • Provides an authoritative and comprehensive overview of major modeling approaches to neuroimaging data
  • Written by experts, the book's chapters use a common structure to introduce, motivate, and describe a specific modeling approach used in neuroimaging
  • Gives insights into the similarities and differences across different modeling approaches
  • Analyses details of outstanding research challenges in the field
About the author
Edited by Kendrick Kay, Assistant Professor , Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Table of Contents
  1. Statistical modeling: Harnessing uncertainty and variation in neuroimaging data
  2. Sensory modeling: Understanding computation in sensory systems through image-computable models
  3. Cognitive modeling: Joint models use cognitive theory to understand brain activations
  4. Network modeling: The explanatory power of activity flow models of brain function
  5. Biophysical modeling: An approach for understanding the physiological fingerprint of the BOLD fMRI signal
  6. Biophysical modeling: Multicompartment biophysical models for brain tissue microstructure imaging
  7. Dynamic brain network models: How interactions in the structural connectome shape brain dynamics
  8. Neural graph modelling
  9. Machine learning and neuroimaging: Understanding the human brain in health and disease
  10. Decoding models: From brain representation to machine interfaces
  11. Normative modeling for clinical neuroscience
Book details
ISBN: 9780443134807
Page Count: 275
Retail Price : £95.95
Biomedical engineers, computer scientists, physicists, mathematicians, psychologists, neuroscientists and computational neuroscientists