Figure 4.

Characteristic structural and functional networks at different phases in the evolution. The initial (row 1), evolving (row 2) and asymptotic (row 3) network configurations are illustrated for structural (column 1), fast time scale (column 2) and slow time scale functional (column 3) networks. Fast time scale networks represent the instantaneous patterns of dynamical synchrony, measured as the Euclidean distance between individual unit states. Slow time scale networks are derived by calculating the correlation coefficient of 100 consecutive functional states. Nodes in all networks are reordered to maximize the appearance of modules, via the maximization of modularity (see Methods). Consequently, a network may be reordered differently, at different times in its evolution. However, given the similarity between structural and slow time scale functional networks, pairs (D)-(F) and (G)-(I) have exactly the same ordering in the current figure.

Rubinov et al. BMC Neuroscience 2009 10:55   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-10-55
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