Topological Comparison of Brain Functional Networks and Internet Service Providers
Network structures can be found in almost any kind of natural or artificial systems as transport medium for communication between the respective nodes. In this paper we study certain key topological features of brain functional networks obtained from functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) measurements. We compare complex network measures of the extracted topologies with those from Internet service providers (ISPs). Our goal is to identify important features which will be helpful in designing more robust and adaptive future information network architectures.
- IEICE Transactions on Communications
IEICE Transactions on Communications E95.B(5), 1539-1546, 2012
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers