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这部分是关于学习节点嵌入的方法。这些方法的目标是将节点编码为低维向量,这些低维向量总结了它们的图位置和它们的局部图邻域的结构。换句话说,我们希望项目节点为一个潜在的空间,在这个潜在的空间几何关系对应关系(例如,边缘)在原来的图或网络(Ho↵et al ., 2002)(图3.1)。在本章中,我们将提供简单和加权图的节点嵌入方法的概述。

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Brain image analysis has advanced substantially in recent years with the proliferation of neuroimaging datasets acquired at different resolutions. While research on brain image super-resolution has undergone a rapid development in the recent years, brain graph super-resolution is still poorly investigated because of the complex nature of non-Euclidean graph data. In this paper, we propose the first-ever deep graph super-resolution (GSR) framework that attempts to automatically generate high-resolution (HR) brain graphs with N' nodes (i.e., anatomical regions of interest (ROIs)) from low-resolution (LR) graphs with N nodes where N < N'. First, we formalize our GSR problem as a node feature embedding learning task. Once the HR nodes' embeddings are learned, the pairwise connectivity strength between brain ROIs can be derived through an aggregation rule based on a novel Graph U-Net architecture. While typically the Graph U-Net is a node-focused architecture where graph embedding depends mainly on node attributes, we propose a graph-focused architecture where the node feature embedding is based on the graph topology. Second, inspired by graph spectral theory, we break the symmetry of the U-Net architecture by super-resolving the low-resolution brain graph structure and node content with a GSR layer and two graph convolutional network layers to further learn the node embeddings in the HR graph. Third, to handle the domain shift between the ground-truth and the predicted HR brain graphs, we incorporate adversarial regularization to align their respective distributions. Our proposed AGSR-Net framework outperformed its variants for predicting high-resolution functional brain graphs from low-resolution ones. Our AGSR-Net code is available on GitHub at https://github.com/basiralab/AGSR-Net.

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Brain image analysis has advanced substantially in recent years with the proliferation of neuroimaging datasets acquired at different resolutions. While research on brain image super-resolution has undergone a rapid development in the recent years, brain graph super-resolution is still poorly investigated because of the complex nature of non-Euclidean graph data. In this paper, we propose the first-ever deep graph super-resolution (GSR) framework that attempts to automatically generate high-resolution (HR) brain graphs with N' nodes (i.e., anatomical regions of interest (ROIs)) from low-resolution (LR) graphs with N nodes where N < N'. First, we formalize our GSR problem as a node feature embedding learning task. Once the HR nodes' embeddings are learned, the pairwise connectivity strength between brain ROIs can be derived through an aggregation rule based on a novel Graph U-Net architecture. While typically the Graph U-Net is a node-focused architecture where graph embedding depends mainly on node attributes, we propose a graph-focused architecture where the node feature embedding is based on the graph topology. Second, inspired by graph spectral theory, we break the symmetry of the U-Net architecture by super-resolving the low-resolution brain graph structure and node content with a GSR layer and two graph convolutional network layers to further learn the node embeddings in the HR graph. Third, to handle the domain shift between the ground-truth and the predicted HR brain graphs, we incorporate adversarial regularization to align their respective distributions. Our proposed AGSR-Net framework outperformed its variants for predicting high-resolution functional brain graphs from low-resolution ones. Our AGSR-Net code is available on GitHub at https://github.com/basiralab/AGSR-Net.

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