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Robust versions of the exponential and Holt-Winters smoothing method for forecasting are presented. They are suitable for forecasting univariate time series in the presence of outliers. The robust exponential and Holt-Winters smoothing methods are presented as recursive updating schemes that apply the standard technique to pre-cleaned data. Both the update… (More)

- Katrin Hainke, Jörg Rahnenführer, Roland Fried
- Biometrical journal. Biometrische Zeitschrift
- 2012

A better understanding of disease progression is beneficial for early diagnosis and appropriate individual therapy. Many different approaches for statistical modelling of cumulative disease progression have been proposed in the literature, including simple path models up to complex restricted Bayesian networks. Important fields of application are diseases… (More)

- Michael Imhoff, Silvia Kuhls, Ursula Gather, Roland Fried
- Best practice & research. Clinical…
- 2009

Alarms in medical devices are a matter of concern in critical and perioperative care. The high rate of false alarms is not only a nuisance for patients and caregivers, but can also compromise patient safety and effectiveness of care. The development of alarm systems has lagged behind the technological advances of medical devices over the last 20 years. From… (More)

- ROLAND FRIED
- 2011

- Roland Fried, Ursula Gather, Michael Imhoff
- AMIA
- 2001

In intensive care physiological variables of the critical-ly ill are measured and recorded in short time intervals. The existing alarm systems based on fixed thresholds produce a large number of false alarms. Usually the change of a variable over time is more informative than one pathological value at a particular time point. Intelligent alarm systems which… (More)

- Roland Fried
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2007

Abrupt shifts in the level of a time series represent important information and should be preserved in statistical signal extraction. We investigate rules for detecting level shifts that are resistant to outliers and which work with only a short time delay. The properties of robustified versions of the t-test for two independent samples and its… (More)

- J. Morales, M. E. Castellanos, +7 authors Carlos de Madrid
- 2005

We exploit Bayesian criteria for designing an M/M/c//r queueing system with spares. This problem arises in many applications of the so-called machine interference problem, like job-shop type systems, telecommunication traffic, semiconductor manufacturing and transport. We exemplify our approach by a problem from aeronautic maintenance, where the numbers of… (More)

- Ursula Gather, Michael Imhoff, Roland Fried
- Statistics in medicine
- 2002

Nowadays physicians are confronted with high-dimensional data generated by clinical information systems. The proper extraction and interpretation of the information contained in such massive data sets, which are often observed with high sampling frequencies, can hardly be done by experience only. This yields new perspectives of data recording and also sets… (More)

- Thorsten Bernholt, Roland Fried
- Inf. Process. Lett.
- 2003

The repeated median line estimator is a highly robust method for fitting a regression line to a set of n data points in the plane. In this paper, we consider the problem of updating the estimate after a point is removed from or added to the data set. This problem occurs, e.g., in statistical online monitoring, where the computational effort is often… (More)

We discuss filtering procedures for robust extraction of a signal from noisy time series. Moving averages and running medians are standard methods for this, but they have shortcomings when large spikes (outliers) respectively trends occur. Modified trimmed means and linear median hybrid filters combine advantages of both approaches, but they do not… (More)