The human cortical connectome requires a lower coupling gain to display ignition than surrogate models.
figureposted on 31.07.2020, 17:43 by Samy Castro, Wael El-Deredy, Demian Battaglia, Patricio Orio
(A) One example of the unweighted surrogate connectomes (uSCs) matrices, in which connections were normalized to make reliable comparisons with
Human(each purple entry was set to 1.332x10-2). The
DPRhwnetworks disrupt the connectivity pattern but preserve the degree distribution. The
SWhwnetworks display a small-worldness value close to the
Human. (B) One example of the weighted surrogate connectomes (wSCs) matrices. The colour bar shows the connection weights in a log-scale. (C-D) Bistable range of the Human compared to either uSCs (C) or wSCs (D), highlighting the bifurcation G- (left) and G+ (right) points. The orange dashes (blue dashes) show the range of values for G- (G+) in surrogate connectomes.