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Professor Marcus Kaiser
Professor Natalio Krasnogor
AREA: An adaptive reference-set based evolutionary algorithm for multiobjective optimisation2020
Dr Shouyong Jiang
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Professor Natalio Krasnogor
A Scalable Test Suite for Continuous Dynamic Multiobjective Optimization2019
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Computational models and fundamental constraints can inform the design of synthetic connectomes: Comment on “What would a synthetic connectome look like?” by Ithai Rabinowitch2019
Nishant Sinha
Dr Yujiang Wang
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Peter Taylor
et al.
Computer modelling of connectivity change suggests epileptogenesis mechanisms in idiopathic generalised epilepsy2019
Julia Schumacher
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor Alan Thomas
Professor Marcus Kaiser
et al.
Dynamic functional connectivity changes in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer's disease2019
Julia Schumacher
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor Alan Thomas
Professor Marcus Kaiser
et al.
Dysfunctional brain dynamics and their origin in Lewy body dementia2019
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Antonio Diaz Parra
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Roman Bauer
et al.
Structural connectivity centrality changes mark the path toward Alzheimer's disease2019
Julia Schumacher
Dr Ruth Cromarty
Dr Peter Gallagher
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor Alan Thomas
et al.
Structural correlates of attention dysfunction in Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer's disease: an ex-Gaussian analysis2019
Christopher Thornton
Dr Frances Hutchings
Professor Marcus Kaiser
The virtual electrode recording tool for extracellular potentials (VERTEX) Version 2.0: Modelling in vitro electrical stimulation of brain tissue [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]2019
Ramtin Mehraram
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Dr Ruth Cromarty
Dr Sara Graziadio
Professor John O'Brien
et al.
Weighted network measures reveal differences between dementia types: An EEG study2019
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