Compressed Online Dictionary Learning for Fast fMRI Decomposition

8 Feb 2016Arthur MenschGaël VaroquauxBertrand Thirion

We present a method for fast resting-state fMRI spatial decomposi-tions of very large datasets, based on the reduction of the temporal dimension before applying dictionary learning on concatenated individual records from groups of subjects. Introducing a measure of correspondence between spatial decompositions of rest fMRI, we demonstrates that time-reduced dictionary learning produces result as reliable as non-reduced decompositions... (read more)

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