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Random survival forests for competing risks with multivariate longitudinal endogenous covariates

@inproceedings{Devaux2022RandomSF,
  title={Random survival forests for competing risks with multivariate longitudinal endogenous covariates},
  author={Anthony Devaux and Catherine Helmer and Carole Dufouil and Robin Genuer and C{\'e}cile Proust-Lima},
  year={2022}
}
: Predicting the individual risk of a clinical event using the complete patient history is still a major challenge for personalized medicine. Among the methods developed to compute individual dynamic predictions, the joint models have the assets of using all the available information while accounting for dropout. However, they are restricted to a very small number of longitudinal predictors. Our objective was to propose an innovative alternative solution to predict an event probability using a… 

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