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In particular, structural parcellations
such as the AAL and Brodmann area may be inappropriate for functional connectivity analysis as anatomical boundaries do not necessarily correlate with functional ones .
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Nodes were assigned ROIs that were transferred from the predefined parcellation
. Each edge value was assumed to be the number of fibers whose end points resided within two ROIs, which was entered into the matrix as an element.
These are: the principle of adaptability (compatibility); the principle of evolvability (unfixedsystems); the principle of parcellation
(connections between systems should emerge and not be prescribed); the principle of trust (goodwill); the principle of stigmergy (using signs to guide, not constrain); the principle of context (awareness of virtual ecosystems); the principle of constraint (awareness of what is excluded); the principle of sociability; the principle of connectivity (interconnectedness); the principle of scale (where small iterations underpin larger ones).
A new parcellation
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Automated Talairach atlas-based parcellation
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, and an intermediate spatial representation.
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Is modularity the result of integrating disconnected parts or, on the contrary, the result of parcellation
of primarily integrated parts?