Features of spatial and functional segregation and integration of the primate connectome revealed by trade-off between wiring cost and efficiency
Sam Hart

Author summary The intricate primate structural connectome, as the network substrate for distributed and integrated brain function, is shaped by fundamental physical factors and functional requirements. We addressed a trade-off between two competing basic factors of wiring cost and processing efficiency as well as additional requirements of functional segregation and integration on regional structural connectivity profiles by applying cost-efficiency trade-off model to reconstruct the macaque cortical network.