**Introduction****Discussion**

- Role of the brain’s architecture in abstraction and its relation to higher-level cognition
- The interplay of structure and functional connectivity in the brain
- A mathematical approach to neuroscience
- An introduction to graph theories
- Mathematical approach to quantifying how structural brain connectivity leads to functional brain connectivity
- Other work in network connectivity analysis
- The brain as an eigenproblem
- Constraining abstraction across a single brain region
- Constraining abstraction across a brain-wide network
- Levels of dimensionality of network cluster analysis
- Attractor dynamics and the formation of stable and learned clusters, schemas, and models
- Applying graph theory in a non-linear domain

**Conclusions****…**

Mad scientist in training | Computational Neuroscience & AI researcher | Masters in Integrated Science candidate (Neuroscience + Mathematics + Computer Science)