Islem Mhiri

Islem Mhiri
Université Clermont Auvergne | Univ BPC

PhD

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Synthesizing multimodality medical data provides complementary knowledge and helps doctors make precise clinical decisions. Although promising, existing multimodal brain graph synthesis frameworks have several limitations. First, they mainly tackle only one problem (intra- or inter-modality), limiting their generalizability to synthesizing inter- a...
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Brain graph synthesis becomes a challenging task when generating brain graphs across different modalities. Although promising, existing multimodal brain graph synthesis frameworks based on deep learning have several limitations. First, they mainly focus on predicting intra-modality graphs, overlooking the rich multimodal representations of brain co...
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Synthesizing multimodality medical data provides complementary knowledge and helps doctors make precise clinical decisions. Although promising, existing multimodal brain graph synthesis frameworks have several limitations. First, they mainly tackle only one problem (intra- or inter-modality), limiting their generalizability to synthesizing inter- a...
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Brain graph synthesis marked a new era for predicting a target brain graph from a source one without incurring the high acquisition cost and processing time of neuroimaging data. However, existing multi-modal graph synthesis frameworks have several limitations. First, they mainly focus on generating graphs from the same domain (intra-modality), ove...
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Brain graph synthesis marked a new era for predicting a target brain graph from a source one without incurring the high acquisition cost and processing time of neuroimaging data. However, works on recovering a brain graph in one modality (e.g., functional brain imaging) from a brain graph in another (e.g., structural brain imaging) remain largely s...
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Existing graph analysis techniques generally focus on decreasing the dimensionality of graph data (i.e., removing nodes, edges, or both) in diverse predictive learning tasks in pattern recognition, computer vision, and medical data analysis such as dimensionality reduction, filtering and embedding techniques. However, graph super-resolution is stri...
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Estimating a representative and discriminative brain network atlas (BNA) is a nascent research field with untapped potentials in mapping a population of brain networks in health and disease. Although limited, existing BNA estimation methods have several limitations. First, they primarily rely on a similarity network diffusion and fusion technique,...
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Estimating a representative and discriminative brain network atlas (BNA) is a nascent research field in mapping a population of brain networks in health and disease. Although limited, existing BNA estimation methods have several limitations. First, they primarily rely on a similarity network diffusion and fusion technique, which only considers node...
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Considering the proliferation of extremely high-dimensional data in many domains including computer vision and healthcare applications such as computer-aided diagnosis (CAD), advanced techniques for reducing the data dimensionality and identifying the most relevant features for a given classification task such as distinguishing between healthy and...
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Image-based brain maps, generally coined as 'intensity or image atlases', have led the field of brain mapping in health and disease for decades, while investigating a wide spectrum of neurological disorders. Estimating representative brain atlases constitute a fundamental step in several MRI-based neurological disorder mapping, diagnosis, and progn...

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