Jaroslav Hlinka

  “It’s magic,” the chief cook concluded, in awe.
“No, not magic,” the ship’s doctor replied.
“It’s much more. It’s mathematics.”

David Brin, Glory Season (1993)

Research databases and networks

Journal publications

[1] Jacob Billings, Manish Saggar, Jaroslav Hlinka, Shella Keilholz, and Giovanni Petri.
Simplicial and topological descriptions of human brain dynamics.
Network Neuroscience, (Just Accepted):1-32, 2021.
[2] Stanislav Jiricek, Vlastimil Koudelka, Jaroslav Lacik, Cestmir Vejmola, David Kuratko, Daniel K. Wójcik, Zbynek Raida, Jaroslav Hlinka, and Tomas Palenicek.
Electrical source imaging in freely moving rats: Evaluation of a 12-electrode cortical electroencephalography system.
Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, 14:68, 2021.
[3] Marek Piorecky, Vlastimil Koudelka, Eva Miletinova, Jitka Buskova, Jan Strobl, Jiri Horacek, Martin Brunovsky, Stanislav Jiricek, Jaroslav Hlinka, David Tomecek, et al.
Simultaneous fmri-eeg-based characterisation of nrem parasomnia disease: Methods and limitations.
Diagnostics, 10(12):1087, 2020.
[4] Moritz Gerster, Rico Berner, Jakub Sawicki, Anna Zakharova, Anton'in Skoch, Jaroslav Hlinka, Klaus Lehnertz, and Eckehard Schöll.
Fitzhugh-nagumo oscillators on complex networks mimic epileptic-seizure-related synchronization phenomena.
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 30(12):123130, 2020.
[5] Jakub Kopal, Anna Pidnebesna, David Tomecek, Jaroslav Tintera, and Jaroslav Hlinka.
Typicality of functional connectivity robustly captures motion artifacts in rs-fmri across datasets, atlases, and preprocessing pipelines.
Human brain mapping, 41(18):5325-5340, 2020.
[6] Ladislav Kesner, Iveta Fajnerová, Petr Adámek, Martin Bucht'ik, Dominika Grygarová, Jaroslav Hlinka, Pavel Kozelka, Tereza Nekovárová, Filip Spaniel, Jaroslav Tintera, et al.
Fusiform activity distinguishes between subjects with low and high xenophobic attitudes toward refugees.
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 14:98, 2020.
[7] Jakub Korenek and Jaroslav Hlinka.
Causal network discovery by iterative conditioning: Comparison of algorithms.
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 30(1):013117, 2020.
[8] Matias I Maturana, Christian Meisel, Katrina Dell, Philippa J Karoly, Wendyl D’Souza, David B Grayden, Anthony N Burkitt, Premysl Jiruska, Jan Kudlacek, Jaroslav Hlinka, et al.
Critical slowing down as a biomarker for seizure susceptibility.
Nature Communications, 11(1):1-12, 2020.
[9] Michal Hadrava and Jaroslav Hlinka.
A dynamical systems approach to spectral music: Modelling the role of roughness and inharmonicity in perception of musical tension.
Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, 6:18, 2020.
[10] David Tomecek, Renata Androvicová, Iveta Fajnerová, Filip Dechterenko, Jan Rydlo, Jir'i Horácek, Jir'i Lukavsk`y, Jaroslav Tintera, and Jaroslav Hlinka.
Personality reflection in the brain’s intrinsic functional architecture remains elusive.
PloS one, 15(6):e0232570, 2020.
[11] Iveta Fajnerova, David Gregus, Anna Francová, Eliska Nosková, Jana Koprivová, Pavla Stopková, Jaroslav Hlinka, and Jir'i Horácek.
Functional connectivity changes in obsessive-compulsive disorder correspond with interference control and obsessions severity.
Frontiers in Neurology, 11:568, 2020.
[12] Lukas Ramlow, Jakub Sawicki, Anna Zakharova, Jaroslav Hlinka, Jens Christian Claussen, and Eckehard Schöll.
Partial synchronization in empirical brain networks as a model for unihemispheric sleep.
EPL (Europhysics Letters), 126(5):50007, 2019.
[13] Benjamin Wahl, Ulrike Feudel, Jaroslav Hlinka, Matthias Wächter, Joachim Peinke, and Jan A. Freund.
Residual predictive information flow in the tight coupling limit: Analytic insights from a minimalistic model.
Entropy, 21(10), 2019.
[14] Isaura Oliver, Jaroslav Hlinka, Jakub Kopal, and Jörn Davidsen.
Quantifying the variability in resting-state networks.
Entropy, 21(9), 2019.
[15] Yuliya Zaytseva, Jir'i Hor'acek, Jaroslav Hlinka, Iveta Fajnerov'a, Renata Androvicov'a, Jaroslav Tintera, Virginio Salvi, Marie Bal'ikov'a, Tomáš Hlozek, Filip Spaniel, and Tom'as P'alen'icek.
Cannabis-induced altered states of consciousness are associated with specific dynamic brain connectivity states.
Journal of Psychopharmacology, 33(7):811-821, 2019.
[16] Wei-Chih Chang, Jan Kudlacek, Jaroslav Hlinka, Jan Chvojka, Michal Hadrava, Vojtech Kumpost, Andrew D. Powell, Radek Janca, Matias I. Maturana, Philippa J. Karoly, Dean R. Freestone, Mark J. Cook, Milan Palus, Jakub Otahal, John G. R. Jefferys, and Premysl Jiruska.
Loss of neuronal network resilience precedes seizures and determines the ictogenic nature of interictal synaptic perturbations.
Nature Neuroscience, 21(12):1742+, 2018.
[17] Iveta Fajnerova, David Gregus, Jaroslav Hlinka, Tereza Nekovarova, Antonin Skoch, Tomas Zitka, Jan Romportl, Eva Zackova, and Jiri Horacek.
Could prolonged usage of gps navigation implemented in augmented reality smart glasses affect hippocampal functional connectivity?
BioMed Research International, 2018.
[18] David Hartman and Jaroslav Hlinka.
Nonlinearity in stock networks.
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 28(8):083127, 2018.
[19] Marco Marino, Quanying Liu, Vlastimil Koudelka, Camillo Porcaro, Jaroslav Hlinka, Nicole Wenderoth, and Dante Mantini.
Adaptive optimal basis set for bcg artifact removal in simultaneous eeg-fmri.
Scientific reports, 8(1):8902, 2018.
[20] Pavol Mikolas, Jaroslav Hlinka, Antonin Skoch, Zbynek Pitra, Thomas Frodl, Filip Spaniel, and Tomas Hajek.
Machine learning classification of first-episode schizophrenia spectrum disorders and controls using whole brain white matter fractional anisotropy.
BMC psychiatry, 18(1):97, 2018.
[21] Marian Kolenic, Katja Franke, Jaroslav Hlinka, Martin Matejka, Jana Capkova, Zdenka Pausova, Rudolf Uher, Martin Alda, Filip Spaniel, and Tomas Hajek.
Obesity, dyslipidemia and brain age in first-episode psychosis.
Journal of Psychiatric Research, 99:151 - 158, 2018.
[22] Filip Spaniel, Eduard Bakstein, Jiri Anyz, Jaroslav Hlinka, Tomas Sieger, Jan Hrdlicka, Natálie Görnerová, and Cyril Höschl.
Relapse in schizophrenia: Definitively not a bolt from the blue.
Neuroscience letters, 669:68-74, 2018.
[23] Anna Pidnebesna, David Tomeček, and Jaroslav Hlinka.
BRAD: software for BRain Activity Detection from heamodynamic response.
Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 156:113-119, 2018.
[24] Teresa Chouzouris, Iryna Omelchenko, Anna Zakharova, Jaroslav Hlinka, Premysl Jiruska, and Eckehard Schöll.
Chimera states in brain networks: Empirical neural vs. modular fractal connectivity.
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 28(4):045112, 2018.
[25] Jaroslav Hlinka, Nikola Jajcay, David Hartman, and Milan Palus.
Smooth information flow in temperature climate network reflects mass transport.
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 27(3):035811, 2017.
[26] Jaroslav Hlinka, David Hartman, Nikola Jajcay, David Tomeček, Jaroslav Tintera, and Milan Palus.
Small-world bias of correlation networks: From brain to climate.
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 27(3):035812, 2017.
[27] Benjamin Wahl, Ulrike Feudel, Jaroslav Hlinka, Matthias Wächter, Joachim Peinke, and Jan A. Freund.
Conditional granger causality of diffusion processes.
The European Physical Journal B, 90(10):197, 2017.
[28] Elliot A Martin, Jaroslav Hlinka, Alexander Meinke, Filip Dechterenko, Jaroslav Tintera, Isaura Oliver, and Jörn Davidsen.
Network inference and maximum entropy estimation on information diagrams.
Scientific Reports, 7:7062, 2017.
[29] David Coufal, Jozef Jakub'ik, Nikola Jajcay, Jaroslav Hlinka, Anna Krakovská, and Milan Palus.
Detection of coupling delay: A problem not yet solved.
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 27(8):083109, 2017.
[30] R. Androvicova, J. Horacek, J. Tintera, J. Hlinka, J. Rydlo, D. Jezova, M. Balikova, T. Hlozek, P. Miksatkova, M. Kuchar, M. Roman, P. Tomicek, F. Tyls, M. Viktorinova, and T. Palenicek.
Individual prolactin reactivity modulates response of nucleus accumbens to erotic stimuli during acute cannabis intoxication: an fmri pilot study.
Psychopharmacology, pages 1-11, 2017.
[31] K Rasova, M Prochazkova, I Ibrahim, J Hlinka, and J Tintera.
Options for activation of plastic and adaptation processes in the central nervous system using physiotherapy in multiple sclerosis patients.
Ceska a slovenska neurologie a neurochirurgie, 80(2):150-156, 2017.
[32] Radek Ptacek, Jiri Raboch, Vladimir Kebza, Iva Solcova, Martina Vnukova, Jaroslav Hlinka, Jaroslav Kostal, Pavel Harsa, and Simon Strakaty.
Czech version of the shirom melamed burnout measure.
Ceskoslovenska Psychologie, 61(6):536-545, 2017.
[33] Elliot A. Martin, Jaroslav Hlinka, and Jörn Davidsen.
Pairwise network information and nonlinear correlations.
Phys. Rev. E, 94:040301, 2016.
[34] Benjamin Wahl, Ulrike Feudel, Jaroslav Hlinka, Matthias Wächter, Joachim Peinke, and Jan A. Freund.
Granger-causality maps of diffusion processes.
Physical Review E, 93(2):022213, 2016.
[35] Nikola Jajcay, Jaroslav Hlinka, Sergey Kravtsov, Anastasios A Tsonis, and Milan Palus.
Time scales of the european surface air temperature variability: The role of the 7-8 year cycle.
Geophysical Research Letters, 2016.
[36] Martin Vejmelka, Lucie Pokorna, Jaroslav Hlinka, David Hartman, Nikola Jajcay, and Milan Palus.
Non-random correlation structures and dimensionality reduction in multivariate climate data.
Climate Dynamics, 44(9-10):2663-2682, 2015.
[37] Jakob Runge, Vladimir Petoukhov, Jonathan F. Donges, Jaroslav Hlinka, Nikola Jajcay, Martin Vejmelka, David Hartman, Norbert Marwan, Milan Palus, and Jurgen Kurths.
Identifying causal gateways and mediators in complex spatio-temporal systems.
Nature communications, 6:8502-8502, 2015.
[38] T. Melicher, J. Horacek, J. Hlinka, F. Spaniel, J. Tintera, I. Ibrahim, P. Mikolas, T. Novak, P. Mohr, and C. Hoschl.
White matter changes in first episode psychosis and their relation to the size of sample studied: A DTI study.
Schizophrenia Research, 162(1–3):22 - 28, 2015.
[39] Jaroslav Hlinka and Michal Hadrava.
On the danger of detecting network states in white noise.
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 9, 2015.
[40] O. Profant, A. Skoch, Z. Balogova, J. Tintera, J. Hlinka, and J. Syka.
Diffusion tensor imaging and mr morphometry of the central auditory pathway and auditory cortex in aging.
Neuroscience, 260:87-97, 2014.
[41] Jaroslav Hlinka, David Hartman, Martin Vejmelka, Dagmar Novotna, and Milan Palus.
Non-linear dependence and teleconnections in climate data: sources, relevance, nonstationarity.
Climate Dynamics, 42(7-8):1873-1886, 2014.
[42] J. Hlinka, D. Hartman, N. Jajcay, M. Vejmelka, R. Donner, N. Marvan, J. Kurths, and M. Paluš.
Regional and inter-regional effects in evolving climate network.
Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 21:451-462, 2014.
[43] Jaroslav Hlinka, David Hartman, Martin Vejmelka, Jakob Runge, Norbert Marwan, Juergen Kurths, and Milan Palus.
Reliability of inference of directed climate networks using conditional mutual information.
Entropy, 15(6):2023-2045, 2013.
[44] J. Hlinka, D. Hartman, and M. Palus.
Small-world topology of functional connectivity in randomly connected dynamical systems.
Chaos, 22(3):033107, 2012.
[45] Jaroslav Hlinka and Stephen Coombes.
Using computational models to relate structural and functional brain connectivity.
European Journal of Neuroscience, 36(2, SI):2137-2145, 2012.
[46] D. Hartman, J. Hlinka, M. Palus, D. Mantini, and M. Corbetta.
The role of nonlinearity in computing graph-theoretical properties of resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging brain networks.
Chaos, 21(1), 2011.
[47] M. Palus, D. Hartman, J. Hlinka, and M. Vejmelka.
Discerning connectivity from dynamics in climate networks.
Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 18(5):751-763, 2011.
[48] Jaroslav Hlinka, Milan Palus, Martin Vejmelka, Dante Mantini, and Maurizio Corbetta.
Functional connectivity in resting-state fmri: Is linear correlation sufficient?
NeuroImage, 54:2218-2225, 2011.
[49] Jaroslav Hlinka, Charilaos Alexakis, Jonathan G. Hardman, Quazi Siddiqui, and Dorothee P. Auer.
Is sedation-induced bold fmri low-frequency fluctuation increase mediated by increased motion?
Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine, 23:367-374, 2010.
[50] Jaroslav Hlinka, Charilaos Alexakis, Ana Diukova, Peter F. Liddle, and Dorothee P. Auer.
Slow eeg pattern predicts reduced intrinsic functional connectivity in the default mode network: An inter-subject analysis.
NeuroImage, 53(1):239-246, 2010.
[51] Jaroslav Hlinka and Stephen Coombes.
Depolarization induced suppression of excitation and the emergence of ultraslow rhythms in neural networks.
Physical Review Letters, 104(6):068101, 2010.
[52] R. A. Dineen, J. Vilisaar, J. Hlinka, C. M. Bradshaw, P. S. Morgan, C. S. Constantinescu, and D. P. Auer.
Disconnection as a mechanism for cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis.
Brain, 132(1):239-249, 2009.
[53] L. Fekete, J. Y. Hlinka, F. Kadlec, P. Kuzel, and P. Mounaix.
Active optical control of the terahertz reflectivity of high-resistivity semiconductors.
Optics Letters, 30(15):1992-1994, 2005.

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