Rolf Kötter

Affiliations: 
University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands 
Area:
Brain connectivity, Neural systems
Website:
http://www.neuropi.org
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Bakker R, Tiesinga P, Kötter R. (2015) The Scalable Brain Atlas: Instant Web-Based Access to Public Brain Atlases and Related Content. Neuroinformatics. 13: 353-66
Kötter R. (2015) Anatomical concepts of brain connectivity Understanding Complex Systems. 11: 149-166
Bezgin G, Rybacki K, van Opstal AJ, et al. (2014) Auditory-prefrontal axonal connectivity in the macaque cortex: quantitative assessment of processing streams. Brain and Language. 135: 73-84
de Laat KF, Reid AT, Grim DC, et al. (2012) Cortical thickness is associated with gait disturbances in cerebral small vessel disease. Neuroimage. 59: 1478-84
Lutz T, Hausl C, Kötter R. (2012) Bits through deterministic relay cascades with half-duplex constraint Ieee Transactions On Information Theory. 58: 369-381
Bojak I, Oostendorp TF, Reid AT, et al. (2011) Towards a model-based integration of co-registered electroencephalography/functional magnetic resonance imaging data with realistic neural population meshes. Philosophical Transactions. Series a, Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences. 369: 3785-801
Kim M, Sundararajan JK, Médard M, et al. (2011) Network coding in a multicast switch Ieee Transactions On Information Theory. 57: 436-460
Solodkin A, Hasson U, Siugzdaite R, et al. (2010) Virtual brain transplantation (VBT): a method for accurate image registration and parcellation in large cortical stroke. Archives Italiennes De Biologie. 148: 219-41
Kaiser M, Hilgetag CC, Kötter R. (2010) Hierarchy and dynamics of neural networks. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. 4
Krumnack A, Reid AT, Wanke E, et al. (2010) Criteria for optimizing cortical hierarchies with continuous ranges. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. 4: 7
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