Assistenzsysteme und Medizintechnik

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  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    S. Hellmers, S. Fudickar, L. Dasenbrock, A. Heinks, J. Bauer, und A. Hein, "''Understanding the Jump Landing as an Oscillating System: A Model-based Approach of Balance and Strength Analyzes," in Proc. 10th International Conference on Health Informatics (HEALTHINF), 2017.
    @inproceedings{Hellmers2017, abstract = {Counter movement jumps (CMJ) are well-suited to measure the muscle power and balance. Since it has been clarified that well accepted CMJ amplification-based balance measures (such as TTS or CoP) are significantly influenced by algorithmic and measurement settings and thus, measurement results have limited meaningfulness among force platforms, we introduce a new model-based approach measuring the postural stability. In this, during the landing and recovery phases after vertical jumps, the lower extremities can be represented by an oscillating system and the corresponding transfer function is described by a second-order delay (PT2) element. In an initial prospective study with 20 subjects aged over 70 years, we observed an inverse relationship between the natural frequency and the jump height and could also identify an influence of sex, and body weight on the jump height. Furthermore, we also found a strong relation between natural frequency and dynamic postural stability index (DPSI), even though these results must be statistically ensured statistically using a larger cohort, due to the current limited number of subjects. Nevertheless, we could confirm the general applicability of the Systems and Control Technology perspective on describing human movements in a potentially more robust manner than current amplification based approaches.},
      author = {Hellmers, Sandra and Fudickar, Sebastian and Dasenbrock, Lena and Heinks, Andrea and Bauer, J{\"{u}}rgen and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {10th International Conference on Health Informatics (HEALTHINF)},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Hellmers et al. - 2017 - ''Understanding the Jump Landing as an Oscillating System A Model-based Approach of Balance and Strength Analyz.pdf:pdf},
      keywords = {unpublished},
      mendeley-tags = {unpublished},
      title = {{''Understanding the Jump Landing as an Oscillating System: A Model-based Approach of Balance and Strength Analyzes}},
      year = {2017} }
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    R. Eckert, S. Müller, S. Glende, A. Gerka, A. Hein, und R. Welge, "LivingCare - An autonomously learning, human centered home automation system: Collection and preliminary analysis of a large dataset of real living situations," in Proc. Zukunft Lebensräume Kongress 2016 (ZL 2016), 2016, pp. 549-557.
    @inproceedings{Eckert2016, abstract = {Within the scope of LivingCare, a BMBF funded research project, a real senior residence was equipped with a large amount of home automation sensors. More than sixty sensors and actuators were installed in this apartment. This automa-tion system is working totally passive in the background. It doesn't perform any actions. All actions performed by hu-mans like switching light on or off, setting the temperature and the usage of electric devices like TVs will only be recorded as data and not performed by the system. This data is collected over a period of 18 months. Thus, one of the largest mobility and characteristics datasets based on home automation sensors will be acquired. This data will be the foundation for developing autonomously learning algorithms. During the second project phase these algorithms will start to control functions of the home automation system. The projects objective is to develop an autonomously learning home automation system that automatically adapts to the resident's behavior. The system will be able to grow with the users needs. With all the possible data collected it will be able to support daily actions, recognize behavior changes over timer and will be able to call help in emergency situations.},
      author = {Eckert, Ralf and M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian and Glende, Sebastian and Gerka, Alexander and Hein, Andreas and Welge, Ralph},
      booktitle = {Zukunft Lebensr{\"{a}}ume Kongress 2016 (ZL 2016)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI,Internet of Things,IoT,autonomously learning,field trail,home automation,real life data,reinforcement learning},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {549--557},
      title = {{LivingCare - An autonomously learning, human centered home automation system: Collection and preliminary analysis of a large dataset of real living situations}},
      year = {2016} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    S. Fudickar, M. Isken, J. Fleßner, N. Volkening, E. Steen, und A. Hein, "Gesture controlled hospital beds for home care," in Zukunft Lebensräume Kongress 2016 (ZL 2016), Springer, 2016.
    @incollection{Fudickar2016AAL, annote = {(in press)},
      author = {Fudickar, Sebastian and Isken, Melvin and Fle{\ss}ner, Jannik and Volkening, Nils and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Zukunft Lebensr{\"{a}}ume Kongress 2016 (ZL 2016)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen Beitrag nicht in Lebensraum Zu},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen Beitrag nicht in Lebensraum Zu},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Gesture controlled hospital beds for home care}},
      url = {https://conference.vde.com/zl2016/documents/zl2016{\_}kongress{\_}und{\_}katalog.pdf},
      year = {2016} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    S. Hellmers, S. Fudickar, C. Büse, L. Dasenbrock, A. Heinks, J. Bauer, und A. Hein, "Technology supported geriatric assessment," in Zukunft Lebensräume Kongress 2016 (ZL 2016), Springer, 2016.
    @incollection{Hellmers2016AAL, annote = {(in press)},
      author = {Hellmers, Sandra and Fudickar, Sebastian and B{\"{u}}se, Clemens and Dasenbrock, Lena and Heinks, Andrea and Bauer, J{\"{u}}rgen and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Zukunft Lebensr{\"{a}}ume Kongress 2016 (ZL 2016)},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Hellmers et al. - 2016 - Technology supported geriatric assessment.pdf:pdf},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Technology supported geriatric assessment}},
      year = {2016} }
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    A. Gerka, F. Lübeck, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Electricity Metering for Dementia Care State of the Art Activity Detection in QuoVadis," in Proc. VDE Kongress 2016 - Internet der Dinge, 2016, pp. 1-6.
    @inproceedings{Gerka2016, abstract = {Smart meters have been developed to improve the efficiency of metering procedures and to enable novel applications such as appliances making use of flexible tariffs based on the current availability of energy from renewable sources. This paper presents a novel application for smart meters in private households: The identification of health parameters and needs of dementia patients based on their usage of electrical appliances. The system presented in this paper aims at identifying odd behavior patterns of dementia patients. It improves the ability of a caretaker to identify long-term changes in the behavior of their patients. For this purpose, a smart meter, motion detectors and a water consumption sensor are installed in the flat of persons with dementia. The high sampling rate of the smart meter used in this setup ensures an accurate detection of electrical appliances in the flat. The data from the sensors is processed by machine learning algorithms on three levels. The system is developed and tested in the context of the QuoVadis research project.},
      author = {Gerka, Alexander and L{\"{u}}beck, Felix and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {VDE Kongress 2016 - Internet der Dinge},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Gerka et al. - 2016 - Electricity Metering for Dementia Care State of the Art Activity Detection in QuoVadis.pdf:pdf},
      keywords = {offis},
      mendeley-tags = {offis},
      pages = {1--6},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Electricity Metering for Dementia Care State of the Art Activity Detection in QuoVadis}},
      year = {2016} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    N. Volkening, A. Unni, B. S. Löffler, S. Fudickar, J. W. Rieger, und A. Hein, "Characterizing the Influence of Muscle Activity in fNIRS Brain Activation Measurements," in Proc. IFAC-PapersOnLine, 2016, pp. 84-88.
    @inproceedings{Volkening2016, abstract = {Driving is a complex and cognitively demanding task. It is essential to assess the cognitive state of the driver in order to design cognitive technical systems that can adapt to different driver cognitive states. Our research attempts to assess these states using functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) by measuring brain activity in a virtual reality driving simulator. However, the fNIRS brain activation measurements could be influenced by muscle activity and we wanted to investigate this phenomenon. For this, we designed a paradigm with two conditions (listen, teeth clench) which show a significant contrast in the influence of muscle activity. We observed that the muscle hemodynamic response can show a higher magnitude of signal change compared to brain hemodynamic response. The muscle hemodynamic response showed an increase in deoxygenated hemoglobin (HbR) whereas the brain hemodynamic response showed a decrease in HbR. Moreover, the dynamics of the brain and muscle hemodynamic response differed. The brain response showed the same latency for oxygenated hemoglobin (HbO) and HbR while the muscle HbR response had a slower latency compared to HbO. We concluded that the fNIRS brain activation measurements could indeed be influenced by muscle activity. We were also able to determine some characteristics of the muscle hemodynamic response.},
      author = {Volkening, Nils and Unni, Anirudh and L{\"{o}}ffler, Birte Sofie and Fudickar, Sebastian and Rieger, Jochem W. and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {IFAC-PapersOnLine},
      doi = {10.1016/j.ifacol.2016.08.013},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Volkening et al. - 2016 - Characterizing the Influence of Muscle Activity in fNIRS Brain Activation Measurements.pdf:pdf},
      issn = {24058963},
      number = {11},
      pages = {84--88},
      title = {{Characterizing the Influence of Muscle Activity in fNIRS Brain Activation Measurements}},
      volume = {49},
      year = {2016} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    C. Lins, M. Frenken, L. Halder, und A. Hein, "Designing and Introducing an Activity Motivating Mobile Web App Platform for Seniors," in 8. AAL-Kongress 2015,Frankfurt/M, April 29-30. April, 2015, Springer International Publishing, 2016, pp. 15-24.
    @incollection{Lins.2016, abstract = {In this paper, we present results from the VERA project regarding design, usability, and motivation for long-term usage of a mobile web app platform that encourages physical and mental activity. The system is designed for elderly inhabitants of senior residences to motivate them to increase their physical and mental activity in everyday life. Activities can be logged in five different categories: everyday activities, endurance, strength, mental, and special activities. The data of a residential home and an assisted living facility and a total of 29 users were analyzed. The results show insight view about the usage and suggest that accompanying help can improve the long-term sustainability of the motivating effect.},
      author = {Lins, Christian and Frenken, Melina and Halder, Luca and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {8. AAL-Kongress 2015,Frankfurt/M, April 29-30. April, 2015},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-26345-8_2},
      isbn = {978-3-319-26345-8},
      keywords = {Motivation Aged people Tablet Activity Web app Sen},
      pages = {15--24},
      publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
      series = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      title = {{Designing and Introducing an Activity Motivating Mobile Web App Platform for Seniors}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-26345-8{\_}2},
      year = {2016} }
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    C. Lins, S. M. Müller, und A. Hein, "Model-Based Approach for Posture and Movement Classification in Working Environments," in Ambient Assisted Living: 8. AAL-Kongress 2015,Frankfurt/M, April 29-30. April, 2015, Wichert, R. und Klausing, H., Eds., Frankfurt/M: Springer International Publishing, 2016, pp. 25-33.
    @incollection{Lins.2016b, abstract = {In this paper, we present an approach for model-based movement and posture classification in working environments. The approach presented here is designed for long-term in-situ observations of and by workers in their workplaces. The proposed model is adaptable to different input data, e.g., skeleton data from either an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) or a skeleton derived from an optical sensor such as Kinect. We present a preliminary design of the model and suggest algorithms suitable for real-time usage of the model in an IMU-based motion capture suite. In an experiment we measured the weight on the knee while performing different kneeing postures to show the dependence of posture angles on the knee load.},
      address = {Frankfurt/M},
      author = {Lins, Christian and M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian Matthias and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living: 8. AAL-Kongress 2015,Frankfurt/M, April 29-30. April, 2015},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-26345-8_3},
      editor = {Wichert, Reiner and Klausing, Helmut},
      keywords = {Working environment Model Posture Classification K},
      pages = {25--33},
      publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
      series = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      title = {{Model-Based Approach for Posture and Movement Classification in Working Environments}},
      url = {http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783319263434 http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-26345-8{\_}3},
      year = {2016} }
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    S. M. Müller, E. Steen, und A. Hein, "Inferring Multi-person Presence in Home Sensor Networks," in Ambient Assisted Living: 8. AAL-Kongress 2015,Frankfurt/M, April 29-30. April, 2015, Wichert, R. und Klausing, H., Eds., Springer International Publishing, 2016, pp. 47-56.
    @incollection{MullerSebastianSteenEnnoEdzardHeinAndreas.2016, abstract = {We present an evaluation of two approaches to the problem of inferring the presence of multiple persons in networks of binary sensors. This problem is critical for many applications of Ambient Assisted Living that benefit from knowledge of single- and multi-person presence where data is collected using ambient sensors. Both approaches make use of a graph representing sensors and their spatial relations. One approach uses a simple statistical method to derive a minimum number of people present, the other precisely tracks people through the sensor network. Both approaches are evaluated in a low and higher resolution setting on data of two persons inhabiting a laboratory equipped with motion sensors and contact sensors. Although the latter approach performs well tracking multiple persons, its inability to distinguish inactivity and absence make the former approach more suitable for this task, independent of resolution.},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian M. and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living: 8. AAL-Kongress 2015,Frankfurt/M, April 29-30. April, 2015},
      chapter = {Part II},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-26345-8_5},
      editor = {Wichert, Reiner and Klausing, Helmut},
      isbn = {978-3-319-26345-8},
      keywords = {Multi-target tracking Ambient Assisted Living},
      pages = {47--56},
      publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
      series = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      title = {{Inferring Multi-person Presence in Home Sensor Networks}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-26345-8{\_}5},
      year = {2016} }
  • N. Volkening und A. Hein, "Detection of Floor Level Obstacles and Their Influence on Gait - A Further Step to an Automated Housing Enabling Assessment," International Journal on Advances in Intelligent Systems, vol. 8, iss. 1 & 2, pp. 169-181, 2015.
    @article{NilsVolkening.2015, abstract = {The demographic change in the industrial countries is a great social challenge. To ensure constant or better (health) care in the next decades, new care concepts for older people are needed. An approach is the use of Information and Communication Technology based solutions. Especially the preservation of personal mobility should be in focus because it is a key role to sustain autonomy and social interaction of senior citizens. In addition to the age-based declining mobility, there are secondary events, which reduce the mobility of senior citizens, e.g. diseases or fall events. Prevention of fall events is a goal for the Housing Enabling Assessments by adaption of room, e.g., by detecting and removing tripping hazards. Former work proves that an automated Housing Enabling Assessment executed by an autonomous service robot could achieve better quality and higher acceptance than a manually controlled Housing Enabling Assessment. In this article, two different methods for detecting relevant unevenness of floor in home environments and resulting challenges are presented. An adapted autonomous service robot is used as well as a Microsoft{\textregistered} Kinect for gait analysis and, regarding the detection of the floor's unevenness, a Prime Sense {\textregistered} Carmine 1.08 depth sensor and a self- designed triangulation laser scanner were compared. First results indicate that floor characteristics have a relevant influence on gait parameters, such as gait speed, step / stride length and their variation. Also, results show that floor characteristics should become a mandatory factor for in-home gait analysis.},
      author = {Volkening, Nils and Hein, Andreas},
      doi = {issn: 1942-2679},
      journal = {International Journal on Advances in Intelligent Systems},
      number = {1 {\&} 2},
      pages = {169 -- 181},
      title = {{Detection of Floor Level Obstacles and Their Influence on Gait - A Further Step to an Automated Housing Enabling Assessment}},
      url = {http://www.iariajournals.org/intelligent{\_}systems/intsys{\_}v8{\_}n12{\_}2015{\_}paged.pdf},
      volume = {8},
      year = {2015} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    F. Müller-von Aschwege, A. Workowski, D. Willemsen, S. M. Müller, und A. Hein, "Heart Rate Prediction for Coronary Artery Disease Patients (CAD): Results of a Clinical Pilot Study," in Proc. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics - Volume 210: Digital Healthcare Empowering Europeans, 2015, pp. 828-832.
    @inproceedings{FrerkMullervonAschwegeAnkeWorkowskiDetlevWillemsenSebastianMMullerundAndreasHein.2015, abstract = {This paper describes the results of a pilot study with cardiac patients based on information that can be derived from a smartphone. The idea behind the study is to design a model for estimating the heart rate of a patient before an outdoor walking session for track planning, as well as using the model for guidance during an outdoor session. The model allows estimation of the heart rate several minutes in advance to guide the patient and avoid overstrain before its occurrence. This paper describes the first results of the clinical pilot study with cardiac patients taking $\beta$-blockers. 9 patients have been tested on a treadmill and during three outdoor sessions each. The results have been derived and three levels of improvement have been tested by cross validation. The overall result is an average Median Absolute Deviation (MAD) of 4.26 BPM between measured heart rate and smartphone sensor based model estimation.},
      annote = {978-1-61499-512-8},
      author = {{M{\"{u}}ller-von Aschwege},
      Frerk and Workowski, Anke and Willemsen, Detlev and M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian M. and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Studies in Health Technology and Informatics - Volume 210: Digital Healthcare Empowering Europeans},
      doi = {10.3233/978-1-61499-512-8-828},
      editor = {Cornet, Ronald and Stoicu-Tivadar, Lăcrămioara and H{\"{o}}rbst, Alexander and Calder{\'{o}}n, Carlos Luis Parra and Andersen, Stig Kj{\ae}r and Hercigonja-Szekeres, Mira},
      pages = {828--832},
      publisher = {IOS Press},
      title = {{Heart Rate Prediction for Coronary Artery Disease Patients (CAD): Results of a Clinical Pilot Study}},
      url = {http://ebooks.iospress.nl/volumearticle/39464},
      year = {2015} }
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    C. Lins, M. Eichelberg, L. Rölker-Denker, und A. Hein, "SIRKA: Sensoranzug zur individuellen Rückmeldung körperlicher Aktivität," in Proc. Dokumentationsband zur 55. DGAUM--Jahrestagung, München, 2015, pp. 301-303.
    @inproceedings{Lins.2015, abstract = {Im SIRKA-Projekt wird ein neuartiger Messanzug entwickelt, der – in die Arbeitskleidung integriert – Bewegungsabl{\"{a}}ufe und damit verbundene k{\"{o}}rperliche Belastungen pr{\"{a}}zise {\"{u}}ber lange Zeitr{\"{a}}ume erfassen kann.},
      address = {M{\"{u}}nchen},
      author = {Lins, Christian and Eichelberg, Marco and R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Dokumentationsband zur 55. DGAUM--Jahrestagung},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {301--303},
      publisher = {Deutsche Gesellschaft f{\{}{\"{u}}{\}}r Arbeitsmedizin und Umweltmedizin e. V},
      title = {{SIRKA: Sensoranzug zur individuellen R{\"{u}}ckmeldung k{\"{o}}rperlicher Aktivit{\"{a}}t}},
      url = {www.dgaum.de/fileadmin/PDF/Tagungsbaende/Dokumentationsband{\_}DGAUM{\_}2015{\_}END.pdf},
      year = {2015} }
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    S. M. Müller und A. Hein, "Multi-Target Data Association in Binary Sensor Networks," in Proc. AMBIENT 2015, The Fifth International Conference on Ambient Computing, Applications, Services and Technologies, 2015, pp. 79-84.
    @inproceedings{MullerSebastianHeinAndreas.2015, abstract = {Numerous applications of ambulant medical care, house automation and security use binary sensors such as passive infrared motion sensors or light barriers to monitor activity in the house. Multi-target tracking algorithms allow for at least a partial separation of activity in data from such sensors from multiple persons. While many tracking algorithms demonstrate good performance across various sensing modalities and sensor setups, little research has been done to determine the impact of placement and varying density of sensors for tracking performance. This paper presents the results of an evaluation of a Bayesian multi-hypothesis multi-target tracking algorithm on data of two residents monitored by a network of binary sensors. We evaluate the algorithm on data from sensors of varying quantity and placement. We show that our approach outperforms other approaches in low-resolution setups. While tracking performance naturally decreases with the number of sensors, it also strongly varies by sensor positioning.},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian Matthias and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {AMBIENT 2015, The Fifth International Conference on Ambient Computing, Applications, Services and Technologies},
      isbn = {978-1-61208-421-3},
      keywords = {Assisted living,Informationenfehlen DOI,Multi-target tracking,Wireless sensor networks},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      number = {c},
      pages = {79--84},
      title = {{Multi-Target Data Association in Binary Sensor Networks}},
      url = {http://www.thinkmind.org/index.php?view=article{\&}articleid=ambient{\_}2015{\_}3{\_}50{\_}40044},
      year = {2015} }
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    J. Schlamelcher, M. Onken, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Dynamic DICOM configuration in a service-oriented medical device architecture," in Proc. International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2015, pp. 1717-1720.
    @inproceedings{Schlamelcher.2015, abstract = {A surgical intervention raises additional requirements to a medical device network, be it security concerns or the demand for just-in-time integration of an additional devices. The German national flagship project OR.NET aims to satisfy these requirements by defining, implementing and validating an integration solution for safe and dynamic networking. This work presents an approach to incorporate imaging related medical devices into a dynamic plug and play operating room (OR) network utilizing the existing Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) protocol. The presented approach was created as part of the OR.NET project to realize the integration of DICOM devices into the developed infrastructure, both in regard to newly created DICOM devices with direct support of the OR.NET protocol and the integration of existing DICOM devices (e.g. image archives) employing a gateway. Preliminary evaluation results indicate that the approach is viable and that no critical transmission delays are introduced by the prototypical gateway implementation.},
      author = {Schlamelcher, Jan and Onken, Michael and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC)},
      doi = {10.1109/EMBC.2015.7318708},
      isbn = {978-1-4244-9271-8},
      month = {aug},
      pages = {1717--1720},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Dynamic DICOM configuration in a service-oriented medical device architecture}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=7318708},
      year = {2015} }
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    J. Meyer und A. Hein, "Don't mind your steps: Activity trackers for the assessment of physical activity in health studies," in Proc. 2015 17th International Conference on E-health Networking, Application & Services (HealthCom), Boston, 2015, pp. 455-458.
    @inproceedings{Meyer.2015, abstract = {Assessing a person's physical activity is an important challenge in health studies. However, questionnaires are often inaccurate, precise monitoring devices such as high-end activity monitors are expensive and obtrusive to use, and more easily available measures such as step count are often too simple for meaningful conclusions. We therefore investigated whether data available from modern low-cost activity trackers can be used to estimate calories burnt in physical activity for cardiac prevention. We collected ground truth data from 8 users covering 157 activities on 50 days. We implemented a threshold approach for step data analysis and compared the results with the user's annotations. Compared to the commonly used IPAQ questionnaire our approach is more reliable. Our result indicates that low-cost activity trackers are a feasible tool for assessing physical activity in certain settings.},
      address = {Boston},
      author = {Meyer, Jochen and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {2015 17th International Conference on E-health Networking, Application {\&} Services (HealthCom)},
      doi = {10.1109/HealthCom.2015.7454544},
      isbn = {978-1-4673-8325-7},
      keywords = {activity assessment,activity tracker,health studies,physical activity},
      month = {oct},
      pages = {455--458},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Don't mind your steps: Activity trackers for the assessment of physical activity in health studies}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=7454544},
      year = {2015} }
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    B. Löffler, S. Fudickar, C. S. Herrmann, und A. Hein, "Ein Blick in das Gehirn: Messung und Verbesserung der Fahrleistung älterer Autofahrender mit Hilfe von Neuroimaging und Elektrostimulation," in Proc. Trends in Neuroergonomics, Berlin, 2015, pp. 166-169.
    @inproceedings{bwmms, abstract = {In diesem Beitrag wird ein Forschungsansatz vorgestellt, der es {\"{a}}lteren Autofahrern erm{\"{o}}glichen soll, bis in ein sehr hohes Alter ihre Fahrleistung zu erhalten. Motivation ist die, aufgrund des demografischen Wandels zu erwartende zuk{\"{u}}nftige hohe Zahl {\"{a}}lterer Autofahrer. Trotz des erh{\"{o}}hten Unfallrisikos ist in Deutschland keine regelm{\"{a}}{\ss}ige {\"{U}}berpr{\"{u}}fung der Fahreignung dieser Gruppe vorgesehen – bem{\"{a}}ngelt werden von der Zielgruppe und Fachleuten vor allem die fehlende Objektivit{\"{a}}t der Beurteilung und die assoziierten hohen Kosten. Neurotechnik wird auf Forschungsebene bereits im Auto und im Simulator eingesetzt und hat als Methode zur objektiven Fahrerzustandserkennung, auch von {\"{A}}lteren, Potential. Dieser Beitrag gibt einen {\"{U}}berblick {\"{u}}ber Assessment-Strategien der Fahreignung, und beschreibt ein angestrebtes Studiendesign, bei dem die Gehirnaktivit{\"{a}}ten mit Hilfe von EEG w{\"{a}}hrend der Fahrt aufgezeichnet und die M{\"{o}}glichkeit der Verbesserung der Fahrleistung durch Feedback und transkranielle Wechselstromstimulation im Auto erforscht werden soll. Der erste Ansatz und Pilotversuch zu letzterem Aspekt wird kurz vorgestellt.},
      address = {Berlin},
      annote = {From Duplicate 2 (Ein Blick in das Gehirn: Messung und Verbesserung der Fahrleistung {\"{a}}lterer Autofahrender mit Hilfe von Neuroimaging und Elektrostimulation - L{\"{o}}ffler, Birte; Fudickar, Sebastian; Herrmann, Christoph S; Hein, Andreas) ISBN 978-3-7983-2803-7 (online)},
      author = {L{\"{o}}ffler, Birte and Fudickar, Sebastian and Herrmann, Christoph S and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Trends in Neuroergonomics},
      doi = {10.14279/depositonce-4887},
      editor = {{Carolin Wienrich, Thorsten Zander},
      Klaus Gramann},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/L{\"{o}}ffler B, Fudickar S, Herrmann CS - 2015 - Ein Blick in das Gehirn Messung und Verbesserung der Fahrleistung {\"{a}}lterer Autofahrender mit.pdf:pdf},
      organization = {Technische Universit{\"{a}}t Berlin},
      pages = {166--169},
      publisher = {Universit{\"{a}}tsverlag der TU Berlin},
      series = {11. Berliner Werkstatt Mensch-Maschine-Systeme},
      title = {{Ein Blick in das Gehirn: Messung und Verbesserung der Fahrleistung {\"{a}}lterer Autofahrender mit Hilfe von Neuroimaging und Elektrostimulation}},
      url = {https://depositonce.tu-berlin.de/handle/11303/5190 http://dx.doi.org/10.14279/depositonce-4887},
      year = {2015} }
  • [article] bibtex
    L. Rölker-Denker und A. Hein, "Organisationale Lernroutinen in der geriatrischen Akutbehandlung und Rehabilitation. Ergebnisse einer qualitativen Studie," Zeitschrift für Palliativmedizin, iss. 3, 2014.
    @article{LarsRolkerDenker.2014,
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Hein, Andreas},
      journal = {Zeitschrift f{\"{u}}r Palliativmedizin},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      number = {3},
      title = {{Organisationale Lernroutinen in der geriatrischen Akutbehandlung und Rehabilitation. Ergebnisse einer qualitativen Studie}},
      year = {2014} }
  • [article] bibtex
    L. Rölker-Denker, I. Seeger, und A. Hein, "No Title," Zeitschrift für Palliativmedizin, iss. 3, 2014.
    @article{LarsRolkerDenkerInsaSeegerAndreasHein.2014,
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Seeger, Insa and Hein, Andreas},
      journal = {Zeitschrift f{\"{u}}r Palliativmedizin},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      number = {3},
      title = {{No Title}},
      year = {2014} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    T. Krahn, F. Müller, M. Eichelberg, A. Hein, und H. Appelrath, "Sekundärnutzung klinischer Patientenakten – Semi-automatische Detektion von Medikamentennebenwirkungen," in e-Health 2014 - Informationstechnologien und Telematik im Gesundheitswesen, medical future Verlag, 2014, pp. 120-126.
    @incollection{Krahn.2014,
      author = {Krahn, Tobias and M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas and Appelrath, Hans-J{\"{u}}rgen},
      booktitle = {e-Health 2014 - Informationstechnologien und Telematik im Gesundheitswesen},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {120--126},
      publisher = {medical future Verlag},
      title = {{Sekund{\"{a}}rnutzung klinischer Patientenakten – Semi-automatische Detektion von Medikamentennebenwirkungen}},
      year = {2014} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    N. Volkening und A. Hein, "Using an Autonomous Service Robot for Detection of Floor Level Obstacles and its Influence to the Gait," in Proc. The Fourth International Conference on Ambient Computing, Applications, Services and Technologies, 2014, pp. 65-71.
    @inproceedings{NilsVolkeningAndreasHein.2014,
      author = {Volkening, Nils and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {The Fourth International Conference on Ambient Computing, Applications, Services and Technologies},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Volkening, Hein - 2014 - Using an Autonomous Service Robot for Detection of Floor Level Obstacles and its Influence to the Gait.pdf:pdf},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {65--71},
      publisher = {ThinkMind},
      title = {{Using an Autonomous Service Robot for Detection of Floor Level Obstacles and its Influence to the Gait}},
      year = {2014} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Wallbaum, M. Frenken, J. Meyer, und A. Hein, "Acceptance of sensor networks by dementia patients," in Proc. 7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung, 2014, p. 6.
    @inproceedings{Wallbaum.2014, abstract = {We present results and experiences of a field trail of a telemonitoring system in dementia care. The system has been installed at the homes of five patients with mild dementia disease. Measuring parameters like physical activities, body weight, usage of household appliances, data was collected over a period of five up to nine weeks. Physicians involved in the project were able to access data using a web service. To get information about acceptance and usability, relatives and care professionals were asked to answer questionnaires. Results of the study show a relatively high acceptance of sensor networks at home by participants as well as caretakers. Also a body-worn pedometer and a body-scale were used continuously by the patients and have been shown to be useable in everyday life. Due to the proven acceptance it could be shown, that the use of telemonitoring systems is able to assist care for patients suffering from MCI or dementia.},
      author = {Wallbaum, Torben and Frenken, Melina and Meyer, Jochen and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung},
      isbn = {9783800735747},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {6 pages},
      title = {{Acceptance of sensor networks by dementia patients}},
      year = {2014} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    O. Wilken, O. Kramer, E. Steen, und A. Hein, "Activity recognition using non-intrusive appliance load monitoring," in Proc. PECCS 2014- Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Pervasive and Embedded Computing and Communication Systems, 2014, pp. 40-48.
    @inproceedings{Wilken.2014,
      author = {Wilken, Olaf and Kramer, Oliver and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {PECCS 2014- Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Pervasive and Embedded Computing and Communication Systems},
      editor = {Benavente-Peces, Cesar and Ahrens, Andreas and Filipe, Joaquim},
      isbn = {9789897580000},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {40--48},
      publisher = {SciTePress},
      title = {{Activity recognition using non-intrusive appliance load monitoring}},
      year = {2014} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Eichelberg, L. Rölker-Denker, und A. Hein, "Recommendations on Interoperability, Specifications and Standards," in Proc. 7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung, Berlin, 2014, p. 6.
    @inproceedings{LarsRolkerDenkerEichelbergMarco.2014, abstract = {This article summarizes the findings of the EU FP7 AALIANCE2 project with regard to the relevance of standards and interoperability to the field of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL). The vision and promise of AAL is to provide an intelligent environment surrounding the user, an environment that monitors and “understands” what the user is doing – or trying to do, an environment that offers support when needed, and remains largely invisible otherwise. The implementation of this vision requires many “building blocks”: system components and human services need to integrate, to work together, in order to provide this desired ambient support for the user. This capability is called “interoperability”. Standards are arguably the most important “building block” for enabling interoperability among AAL systems and system components, and as such of high relevance for the development of AAL products. However, the availability of standards is not sufficient to really solve the challenge of an interoperable AAL product world – there are other important building blocks like integration profiles, certification programs, and more. Furthermore, it should be noted that a standards-based interoperable product range has implications on the business model, which may be positive or negative depending on the market structure.},
      address = {Berlin},
      author = {Eichelberg, Marco and R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung},
      isbn = {9783800735747},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {6 pages},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Recommendations on Interoperability, Specifications and Standards}},
      year = {2014} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    F. Müller, S. Müller, A. Helmer, und A. Hein, "Evaluation of a generic heart rate model for exercise planning and execution across training modalities," in Proc. 7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2014, p. 6.
    @inproceedings{Muller.2014b, abstract = {Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the primary causes of death all over the world. Next to blood pressure, hydration and weight controlling, frequent cardio training is the most important prevention driver to decrease the risk of a cardiac event. Therefore cardio exercises for cardiac patients should be well monitored from the medical point of view and mo-tivational from the patient point of view. This can be achieved by supporting several different training modalities such as running, cycling and rowing. This paper is focusing on a heart rate model which can be transferred between several training modalities (in this case cycling and running). This allows e.g. measuring of the individual fitness parameters during a cycling stress test at a hospital and estimating the heart rate during outdoor running exercises based on the stress test results. The model is described in detail within the paper. An evaluation has been performed to figure out the preci-sion and limitations of the model. The results have been discussed and further steps to be made are presented.},
      address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian and Helmer, Axel and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {6 pages},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Evaluation of a generic heart rate model for exercise planning and execution across training modalities}},
      url = {https://www.vde-verlag.de/proceedings-de/453574096.html},
      year = {2014} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    R. Welge, B. Busch, K. Kabitzsch, J. Laurila-Dürsch, S. Heusinger, M. Lipprandt, M. Eichelberg, E. Eichenberg, H. Engelien, M. Gök, G. Moritz, und A. Hein, "AAL-Onto - A Formal Representation of RAALI Integration Profiles," in Proc. 7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung, 2014, p. 6.
    @inproceedings{Welge.2014, abstract = {The integration and commissioning of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) systems are time consuming and complicated. The lack of interoperability of available AAL system components has to be considered as an obstacle especially for innovative SMEs. In order to ease integration and commissioning of systems, knowledge based methods should be taken into account to enable innovative characteristics such as design automation, self-configuration and self-management. Semantic technologies are suitable instruments for mastering the problems of interoperability of heterogeneous and distributed systems. As an important prerequisite for the emergence of knowledge-based assistance functions a standard for an unambiguous representation of AAL relevant knowledge has to be developed. In this article, the development of an AAL ontology is proposed as a formal basis for knowledge-based system functions. A prototype of an AAL specific ontology engineering process is presented through the modeling example of a formal representation of a sensor block that is part of an AAL Integration Profile proposed by the RAALI project consortium.},
      annote = {ISBN: 978-3-8007-3574-7},
      author = {Welge, Ralph and Busch, Bj{\"{o}}rn-Helge and Kabitzsch, Klaus and Laurila-D{\"{u}}rsch, Janina and Heusinger, Stefan and Lipprandt, Myriam and Eichelberg, Marco and Eichenberg, Elke and Engelien, Heike and G{\"{o}}k, Murat and Moritz, Guido and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {6 pages},
      publisher = {VDE VERLAG GmbH},
      title = {{AAL-Onto - A Formal Representation of RAALI Integration Profiles}},
      url = {https://www.vde-verlag.de/proceedings-de/453574111.html},
      year = {2014} }
  • M. Eichelberg, F. Büsching, E. Steen, A. Helmer, A. Thiel, A. Hein, und L. Wolf, "A technical platform for environments for ageing – lessons learned from three field studies," Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 39, iss. 3-4, pp. 272-293, 2014.
    @article{Eichelberg.2014, abstract = {The Lower Saxony Research Network "Design of Environments for Ageing" (GAL) studied possible applications of assistive technology for enabling older adults to live longer and independent in their own home. As part of this work, a technical platform was developed as a common technical basis for all assistive systems in the project. This article presents an overview of the architecture and core functionality of the technical platform, which in the first generation was developed for use in a laboratory setting, and in a second generation was extended for use in the project's field studies, i.e. prototype installations in end-users homes. The field studies' primary objective was the evaluation of the assistive technologies, that were developed within the overall project. However, these studies also confirmed that the fundamental concept of the technical platform is valid, and the prototypes continuously worked 24 h a day for several months. However, there were some problems related to lack of infrastructure in the older adults' homes and human factors such as inadvertent placement of objects across sensors' field of view, acceptance problems due to aesthetical reasons or simply communication problems, which show that making complex technologies work for users with little technical experience is well possible, but requires a careful consideration of the complete service chain and related "soft factors".},
      author = {Eichelberg, Marco and B{\"{u}}sching, Felix and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Helmer, Axel and Thiel, Andreas and Hein, Andreas and Wolf, Lars},
      doi = {10.3109/17538157.2014.931853},
      issn = {1753-8157},
      journal = {Informatics for Health and Social Care},
      month = {sep},
      number = {3-4},
      pages = {272--293},
      title = {{A technical platform for environments for ageing – lessons learned from three field studies}},
      url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/17538157.2014.931853},
      volume = {39},
      year = {2014} }
  • R. Haux, A. Hein, G. Kolb, H. Künemund, und M. Eichelberg, "Five years of interdisciplinary research on ageing and technology: Outcomes of the Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing (GAL) – An introduction to this Special Issue on Ageing and Technology," Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 39, iss. 3-4, pp. 161-165, 2014.
    @article{Haux.2014, abstract = {This Special Issue of Informatics for Health and Social Care is presenting outcomes of the Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing (abbreviated as GAL), probably one of the largest inter- and multidisciplinary research projects on aging and technology. In order to investigate and provide answers on whether new information and communication technologies can contribute to keeping, or even improving quality of life, health and self-sufficiency in ageing societies through new ways of living and new forms of care, GAL had been established as a five-year research project, running from 2008 to 2013. Ambient-assisted living technologies in personal and home environments were especially important. During the five years of research in GAL, more than seventy researchers from computer science, economics, engineering, geriatrics, gerontology, informatics, medicine, nursing science and rehabilitation pedagogy intensively collaborated in finding answers.},
      author = {Haux, Reinhold and Hein, Andreas and Kolb, Gerald and K{\"{u}}nemund, Harald and Eichelberg, Marco},
      doi = {10.3109/17538157.2014.931854},
      issn = {1753-8157},
      journal = {Informatics for Health and Social Care},
      month = {sep},
      number = {3-4},
      pages = {161--165},
      title = {{Five years of interdisciplinary research on ageing and technology: Outcomes of the Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing (GAL) – An introduction to this Special Issue on Ageing and Technology}},
      url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/17538157.2014.931854},
      volume = {39},
      year = {2014} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    A. Helmer, F. Müller, O. Lohmann, A. Thiel, F. Kretschmer, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Integration of Smart Home Health Data in the Clinical Decision Making Process," in Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies, Fernández-Chimeno, M., Fernandes, P. L., Alvarez, S., Stacey, D., Solé-Casals, J., Fred, A., und Gamboa, H., Eds., Springer, 2014, pp. 354-366.
    @incollection{Helmer.2014, abstract = {Patients suffering from COPD benefit from the performance of any kind of physical activity. The 3D layer context (3DLC) model characterizes data from smart home environments in relation to their relevance for the clinical decision making process. We have used this model to show how data from an ambient activity system in the domestic environment can be used to provide a more informed and thereby better treatment management for COPD patients. We set up an experiment to calculate an individual intensity relation between household activities and telerehabilitation training on a bicycle ergometer. We have extracted features from the power data of devices, which are used during the performance of two example every day activities to calculate the energy expenditure for the performance of these activities.},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Lohmann, Okko and Thiel, Andreas and Kretschmer, Friedrich and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-662-44485-6_24},
      editor = {Fern{\'{a}}ndez-Chimeno, Mireya and Fernandes, Pedro L. and Alvarez, Sergio and Stacey, Deborah and Sol{\'{e}}-Casals, Jordi and Fred, Ana and Gamboa, Hugo},
      keywords = {Telemedicine Physiological modeling Knowledge mana},
      pages = {354--366},
      publisher = {Springer},
      series = {Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies. Communications in Computer and Information Science},
      title = {{Integration of Smart Home Health Data in the Clinical Decision Making Process}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-662-44485-6{\_}24},
      year = {2014} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    N. Volkening, A. Hein, M. Isken, T. Frenken, und M. Brell, "Housing Enabling: Detection of Imminent Risk Areas in Domestic Environments Using Mobile Service Robots," in 6 Deutscher AAL-Kongress 2013 (AAL 2013), Wichert, R. und Klausing, H., Eds., Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2014, pp. 301-314.
    @incollection{Volkening.2013, abstract = {Because of the greying society the need of user centred care concepts are raising. One big wish of older persons is to stay as long as possible in their own flat. Depending on the demographic change it won't be possible to realize complete care by formal or informal caregivers especially for people living alone. One possible way to cope this problem is to use ICT based solutions e.g. mobile service robots. The personal in-house mobility and its preservation it is one goal to enable staying as long as possible in her/his own flat. The concept of an automated housing enabling assessment which is presented here is an advanced solution for this problem. It is based on three main components: (1) Measurement and analysis of the cognitive and physical capabilities of the user, (2) Measurement and validation of the flat and (3) Computation of areas with a higher risk to fall and advice to remove such issues, e.g. restructuring of the furniture. The great benefit of a mobile robot platform is that all needed sensors are mounted on the robot and it can follow the user to make measurements at different places in the home. This will reduce the cost and installation effort in the flat to a minimum. Another benefit is the continuous assessment which helps to restructure the flat in a continuous way. This helps to reduce the probability of a fall event and raise the feeling of safety. All measurements could also be used by other assessment tools to preserve the indoor mobility not only by preventing a fall event but also by reacting on changes in the mobility level over time.},
      address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
      author = {Volkening, Nils and Hein, Andreas and Isken, Melvin and Frenken, Thomas and Brell, Melina},
      booktitle = {6 Deutscher AAL-Kongress 2013 (AAL 2013)},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-37988-8_19},
      editor = {Wichert, Reiner and Klausing, Helmut},
      isbn = {978-3-642-37988-8},
      pages = {301--314},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      title = {{Housing Enabling: Detection of Imminent Risk Areas in Domestic Environments Using Mobile Service Robots}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-642-37988-8{\_}19 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-37988-8{\_}19},
      year = {2014} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    N. Volkening, A. Hein, M. Isken, T. Frenken, und M. Brell, "Housing Enabling: Detection of Imminent Risk Areas in Domestic Environments Using Mobile Service Robots," in Ambient Assisted Living: 6. AAL-Kongress 2013 Berlin, Germany, January 22. - 23. , 2013, Wichert, R. und Klausing, H., Eds., Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2014, pp. 301-314.
    @incollection{Volkening.2013, abstract = {Because of the greying society the need of user centred care concepts are raising. One big wish of older persons is to stay as long as possible in their own flat. Depending on the demographic change it won't be possible to realize complete care by formal or informal caregivers especially for people living alone. One possible way to cope this problem is to use ICT based solutions e.g. mobile service robots. The personal in-house mobility and its preservation it is one goal to enable staying as long as possible in her/his own flat. The concept of an automated housing enabling assessment which is presented here is an advanced solution for this problem. It is based on three main components: (1) Measurement and analysis of the cognitive and physical capabilities of the user, (2) Measurement and validation of the flat and (3) Computation of areas with a higher risk to fall and advice to remove such issues, e.g. restructuring of the furniture. The great benefit of a mobile robot platform is that all needed sensors are mounted on the robot and it can follow the user to make measurements at different places in the home. This will reduce the cost and installation effort in the flat to a minimum. Another benefit is the continuous assessment which helps to restructure the flat in a continuous way. This helps to reduce the probability of a fall event and raise the feeling of safety. All measurements could also be used by other assessment tools to preserve the indoor mobility not only by preventing a fall event but also by reacting on changes in the mobility level over time.},
      address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
      author = {Volkening, Nils and Hein, Andreas and Isken, Melvin and Frenken, Thomas and Brell, Melina},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living: 6. AAL-Kongress 2013 Berlin, Germany, January 22. - 23. , 2013},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-37988-8_19},
      editor = {Wichert, Reiner and Klausing, Helmut},
      isbn = {978-3-642-37988-8},
      pages = {301--314},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      title = {{Housing Enabling: Detection of Imminent Risk Areas in Domestic Environments Using Mobile Service Robots}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-642-37988-8{\_}19 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-37988-8{\_}19},
      year = {2014} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    S. Müller, A. Helmer, E. Steen, M. Frenken, und A. Hein, "Automated Clustering of Home Sensor Networks to Functional Regions for the Deduction of Presence Information for Medical Applications," in Proc. 7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung, Berlin, 2014, p. 6.
    @inproceedings{Muller.2014, abstract = {Automatic health monitoring can help care patients and the elderly population to live safely and independently in their own homes. Sensors detecting human presence and activity, deployed in living spaces, further allow the collection of data useful in assessment instruments such as the Barthel Index and Resident Assessment Instrument. Binary sensors such as passive infrared motion sensors are easy to deploy, low in installation and maintenance costs and collect suffi-cient information for certain assessments while minimizing privacy concerns. However, to date, these systems require preliminary information on the monitored space and placement of sensors, or initialization conducted by professionals. We present a procedure that automates the derivation of room-to-sensor relationships from recorded data, and relaxes the assumptions towards pre-existing information. The approach shows a 95.2{\%} correct clustering of sensors on data col-lected in five households equipped with reed switches, motion and vibration sensors.},
      address = {Berlin},
      annote = {ISBN 978-3-8007-3574-7},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian and Helmer, Axel and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Frenken, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {7. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {6 pages},
      publisher = {VDE VERLAG GmbH},
      title = {{Automated Clustering of Home Sensor Networks to Functional Regions for the Deduction of Presence Information for Medical Applications}},
      url = {https://www.vde-verlag.de/proceedings-de/453574095.html},
      year = {2014} }
  • R. Haux, A. Hein, G. Kolb, H. Künemund, M. Eichelberg, J. Appell, H. Appelrath, C. Bartsch, J. M. Bauer, M. Becker, P. Bente, J. Bitzer, S. Boll, F. Büsching, L. Dasenbrock, R. Deparade, D. Depner, K. Elbers, U. Fachinger, J. Felber, F. Feldwieser, A. Forberg, M. Gietzelt, S. Goetze, M. Gövercin, A. Helmer, T. Herzke, T. Hesselmann, W. Heuten, R. Huber, M. Hülsken-Giesler, G. Jacobs, E. Kalbe, A. Kerling, T. Klingeberg, Y. Költzsch, C. Lammel-Polchau, W. Ludwig, M. Marschollek, B. Martens, M. Meis, E. M. Meyer, J. Meyer, H. Meyer Zu Schwabedissen, N. Moritz, H. Müller, W. Nebel, F. J. Neyer, P. Okken, J. Rahe, H. Remmers, L. Rölker-Denker, M. Schilling, B. Schöpke, J. Schröder, G. C. Schulze, M. Schulze, S. Siltmann, B. Song, J. Spehr, E. Steen, E. Steinhagen-Thiessen, N. Tanschus, U. Tegtbur, A. Thiel, W. Thoben, P. van Hengel, S. Wabnik, S. Wegel, O. Wilken, S. Winkelbach, T. Wist, K. Wolf, L. Wolf, und M. Zokoll-van der Laan, "Information and communication technologies for promoting and sustaining quality of life, health and self-sufficiency in ageing societies-outcomes of the Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing (GAL).," Informatics for health & social care, vol. 39, iss. 3-4, pp. 166-187, 2014.
    @article{Haux.2014b, abstract = {Many societies across the world are confronted with demographic changes, usually related to increased life expectancy and, often, relatively low birth rates. Information and communication technologies (ICT) may contribute to adequately support senior citizens in aging societies with respect to quality of life and quality and efficiency of health care processes. For investigating and for providing answers on whether new information and communication technologies can contribute to keeping, or even improving quality of life, health and self-sufficiency in ageing societies through new ways of living and new forms of care, the Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing (GAL) had been established as a five years research project, running from 2008 to 2013. Ambient-assisted living (AAL) technologies in personal and home environments were especially important. In this article we report on the GAL project, and present some of its major outcomes after five years of research. We report on major challenges and lessons learned in running and organizing such a large, inter- and multidisciplinary project and discuss GAL in the context of related research projects. With respect to research outcomes, we have, for example, learned new knowledge about multimodal and speech-based human-machine-interaction mechanisms for persons with functional restrictions, and identified new methods and developed new algorithms for identifying activities of daily life and detecting acute events, particularly falls. A total of 79 apartments of senior citizens had been equipped with specific "GAL technology", providing new insights into the use of sensor data for smart homes. Major challenges we had to face were to deal constructively with GAL's highly inter- and multidisciplinary aspects, with respect to research into GAL's application scenarios, shifting from theory and lab experimentation to field tests, and the complexity of organizing and, in our view, successfully managing such a large project. Overall it can be stated that, from our point of view, the GAL research network has been run successfully and has achieved its major research objectives. Since we now know much more on how and where to use AAL technologies for new environments of living and new forms of care, a future focus for research can now be outlined for systematically planned studies, scientifically exploring the benefits of AAL technologies for senior citizens, in particular with respect to quality of life and the quality and efficiency of health care.},
      author = {Haux, Reinhold and Hein, Andreas and Kolb, Gerald and K{\"{u}}nemund, Harald and Eichelberg, Marco and Appell, Jens-Ekkehart and Appelrath, Hans-J{\"{u}}rgen and Bartsch, Christian and Bauer, J{\"{u}}rgen M and Becker, Marcus and Bente, Petra and Bitzer, J{\"{o}}rg and Boll, Susanne and B{\"{u}}sching, Felix and Dasenbrock, Lena and Deparade, Riana and Depner, Dominic and Elbers, Katharina and Fachinger, Uwe and Felber, Juliane and Feldwieser, Florian and Forberg, Anne and Gietzelt, Matthias and Goetze, Stefan and G{\"{o}}vercin, Mehmet and Helmer, Axel and Herzke, Tobias and Hesselmann, Tobias and Heuten, Wilko and Huber, Rainer and H{\"{u}}lsken-Giesler, Manfred and Jacobs, Gerold and Kalbe, Elke and Kerling, Arno and Klingeberg, Timo and K{\"{o}}ltzsch, Yvonne and Lammel-Polchau, Christopher and Ludwig, Wolfram and Marschollek, Michael and Martens, Birger and Meis, Markus and Meyer, Eike Michael and Meyer, Jochen and {Meyer Zu Schwabedissen},
      Hubertus and Moritz, Niko and M{\"{u}}ller, Heiko and Nebel, Wolfgang and Neyer, Franz J. and Okken, Petra-Karin and Rahe, Julia and Remmers, Hartmut and R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Schilling, Meinhard and Sch{\"{o}}pke, Birte and Schr{\"{o}}der, Jens and Schulze, Gisela C. and Schulze, Mareike and Siltmann, Sina and Song, Bianying and Spehr, Jens and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Steinhagen-Thiessen, Elisabeth and Tanschus, Nele-Marie and Tegtbur, Uwe and Thiel, Andreas and Thoben, Wilfried and van Hengel, Peter and Wabnik, Stefan and Wegel, Sandra and Wilken, Olaf and Winkelbach, Simon and Wist, Thorben and Wolf, Klaus-Hendrik and Wolf, Lars and {Zokoll-van der Laan},
      Melanie},
      doi = {10.3109/17538157.2014.931849},
      issn = {1753-8165},
      journal = {Informatics for health {\&} social care},
      month = {sep},
      number = {3-4},
      pages = {166--187},
      pmid = {25148556},
      title = {{Information and communication technologies for promoting and sustaining quality of life, health and self-sufficiency in ageing societies-outcomes of the Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing (GAL).}},
      url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25148556},
      volume = {39},
      year = {2014} }
  • T. Frenken, O. Lohmann, M. Frenken, E. Steen, und A. Hein, "Performing gait analysis within the timed up & go assessment test: comparison of aTUG to a marker-based tracking system," Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 39, iss. 3-4, pp. 232-248, 2014.
    @article{Frenken.2014, abstract = {Results from a technical validation of the aTUG (ambient Timed Up {\&} Go) system are presented. The approach's gait analysis capabilities were compared to a gold standard: SIMI Motion, a marker-based motion tracking system. Seven people participated and computation of step length and step duration happened with a median error of 3 cm (IQR 3 cm) respectively 0.08 s (IQR 0.07 s). These results show that aTUG has a measurement precision which is sufficient for use in clinical gait analysis and enables the use of the device without a gold standard, i.e. in hospitals outside laboratories or in the homes of patients. aTUG is an approach and system that utilizes only ambient sensor technologies to support the execution of geriatric mobility assessment tests and to perform a gait analysis simultaneously. Such capabilities are strongly demanded in order to support physicians in executing the geriatric assessment tests frequently and objectively in professional and domestic environments. The latter may enable more early prevention and more sustainable rehabilitation.},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Lohmann, Okko and Frenken, Melina and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Hein, Andreas},
      doi = {10.3109/17538157.2014.931850},
      issn = {1753-8157},
      journal = {Informatics for Health and Social Care},
      keywords = {Accidental Falls,Adult,Biomechanical Phenomena,Disability Evaluation,Female,Gait,Humans,Male,Mobility Limitation,Reproducibility of Results,physiology,prevention {\&} control},
      month = {sep},
      number = {3-4},
      pages = {232--248},
      pmid = {25148559},
      title = {{Performing gait analysis within the timed up {\&} go assessment test: comparison of aTUG to a marker-based tracking system}},
      url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/17538157.2014.931850},
      volume = {39},
      year = {2014} }
  • A. Hein, E. Steen, A. Thiel, M. Hülsken-Giesler, T. Wist, A. Helmer, T. Frenken, M. Isken, G. C. Schulze, und H. Remmers, "Working with a domestic assessment system to estimate the need of support and care of elderly and disabled persons: results from field studies," Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 39, iss. 3-4, pp. 210-231, 2014.
    @article{Hein.2014, abstract = {This article describes the results of field studies performed over a period between five months and 24 months. The objectives of these studies were to collect long-term real-life data to evaluate how these data can be mapped to items on standardized assessment tests and which presentation method is most suitable to inform caregivers about critical situations and changes in health or care needs. A Home-monitoring system which uses modern sensor technologies was developed for and used in these field studies. It was installed in living environments of seven people (three who were not in need of care, two in need of care, and two with mental disabilities). The data were generated by sensor data acquisition and questionnaire reporting. Four types of data analysis and representation were evaluated to support caregivers. Results show that sensor data can be used to determine information directly or indirectly, which can be mapped to relevant assessment items and presented with different degrees of granularity. It is also feasible to determine and present additional information of potential interest which cannot be directly mapped to any assessment item. Sensor data can also be displayed in a live view. This live data representation led to a decrease in the caregivers' workload when assessed according to the German version of the Perceived Stress Questionnaire.},
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Thiel, Andreas and H{\"{u}}lsken-Giesler, Manfred and Wist, Thorben and Helmer, Axel and Frenken, Thomas and Isken, Melvin and Schulze, Gisela C. and Remmers, Hartmut},
      doi = {10.3109/17538157.2014.931857},
      issn = {1753-8157},
      journal = {Informatics for Health and Social Care},
      keywords = {Accidental Falls,Activities of Daily Living,Aged,Ambulatory,Disability Evaluation,Disabled Persons,Female,Humans,Independent Living,Interpersonal Relations,Male,Mental Disorders,Middle Aged,Monitoring,methods,prevention {\&} control,rehabilitation},
      month = {sep},
      number = {3-4},
      pages = {210--231},
      pmid = {25148558},
      title = {{Working with a domestic assessment system to estimate the need of support and care of elderly and disabled persons: results from field studies}},
      url = {http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/17538157.2014.931857},
      volume = {39},
      year = {2014} }
  • M. Marschollek, M. Becker, J. M. Bauer, P. Bente, L. Dasenbrock, K. Elbers, A. Hein, G. Kolb, H. Künemund, C. Lammel-Polchau, M. Meis, H. Meyer zu Schwabedissen, H. Remmers, M. Schulze, E. Steen, W. Thoben, J. Wang, K. Wolf, und R. Haux, "Multimodal activity monitoring for home rehabilitation of geriatric fracture patients – feasibility and acceptance of sensor systems in the GAL-NATARS study," Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 39, iss. 3-4, pp. 262-271, 2014.
    @article{Marschollek.2014, abstract = {BACKGROUND: Demographic change will lead to a diminishing care workforce faced with rising numbers of older persons in need of care, suggesting meaningful use of health-enabling technologies, and home monitoring in particular, to contribute to supporting both the carers and the persons in need. OBJECTIVES: We present and discuss the GAL-NATARS study design along with first results regarding technical feasibility of long-term home monitoring and acceptance of different sensor modalities. METHODS: Fourteen geriatric participants with mobility-impairing fractures were recruited in three geriatric clinics. Following inpatient geriatric rehabilitation, their homes were equipped with ambient sensor components for three months. Additionally, a wearable accelerometer was employed. Technical feasibility was assessed by system and component downtimes, technology acceptance by face-to-face interviews. RESULTS: The overall system downtime was 6{\%},
      effected by two single events, but not by software failures. Technology acceptance was rated very high by all participants at the end of the monitoring periods, and no interference with their social lives was reported. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS: Home-monitoring technologies were well-accepted by our participants. The information content of the data still needs to be evaluated with regard to clinical outcome parameters as well as the effect on the quality of life before recommending large-scale implementations.},
      author = {Marschollek, Michael and Becker, Marcus and Bauer, J{\"{u}}rgen M and Bente, Petra and Dasenbrock, Lena and Elbers, Katharina and Hein, Andreas and Kolb, Gerald and K{\"{u}}nemund, Harald and Lammel-Polchau, Christopher and Meis, Markus and {Meyer zu Schwabedissen},
      Hubertus and Remmers, Hartmut and Schulze, Mareike and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Thoben, Wilfried and Wang, Ju and Wolf, Klaus-Hendrik and Haux, Reinhold},
      doi = {10.3109/17538157.2014.931852},
      isbn = {1753-8157},
      issn = {1753-8157},
      journal = {Informatics for Health and Social Care},
      month = {sep},
      number = {3-4},
      pages = {262--271},
      pmid = {25148561},
      title = {{Multimodal activity monitoring for home rehabilitation of geriatric fracture patients – feasibility and acceptance of sensor systems in the GAL-NATARS study}},
      url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25148561 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/17538157.2014.931852},
      volume = {39},
      year = {2014} }
  • J. Wang, J. Bauer, M. Becker, P. Bente, L. Dasenbrock, K. Elbers, A. Hein, M. Kohlmann, G. Kolb, C. Lammel-Polchau, M. Marschollek, M. Meis, H. Remmers, H. M. zu Schwabedissen, M. Schulze, E. Steen, R. Haux, und K. Wolf, "A novel approach for discovering human behavior patterns using unsupervised methods," Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, vol. 47, iss. 8, pp. 648-660, 2014.
    @article{Wang.2014, abstract = {BACKGROUND: As is well known, elderly people gradually lose the ability of self-care. The decline can be reflected in changes in their daily life behavior. A solution to assess their health status is to design sensor-enhanced living environments to observe their behavior, in which unobtrusive sensors are usually used. With respect to information extraction from the dataset collected by means of these kinds of sensors, unsupervised methods have to be relied on for practical application. Under the assumption that human lifestyle is associated with health status, this study intends to propose a novel approach to discover behavior patterns using unsupervised methods. METHODS: To evaluate the feasibility of this approach it was applied to datasets collected in the GAL-NATARS study. The study is part of the Lower Saxony research network Design of Environments for Aging (GAL) and conducted in subjects' home environments. The subjects recruited in GAL-NATARS study are older people (age {\textgreater}/= 70 years), who are discharged from hospital to live alone again at their homes after treatment of a femoral fracture. RESULTS: The change of lifestyle regularity is measured. By analyzing the correlation between the extracted information and medical assessment results of four subjects, two of them exhibited impressive association and the other two showed less association. CONCLUSIONS: The approach may provide complementary information for health assessment; however, the dominant relationship between the change of behavior patterns and the health status has to be shown and datasets from more subjects must be collected in future studies. LIMITATIONS: Merely environmental data were used and no wearable sensor for activity detection or vital parameter measurement is taken into account. Therefore, this cannot comprehensively reflect reality.},
      author = {Wang, Ju and Bauer, J{\"{u}}rgen and Becker, Marcus and Bente, Petra and Dasenbrock, Lena and Elbers, Katharina and Hein, Andreas and Kohlmann, Martin and Kolb, Gerald and Lammel-Polchau, Christopher and Marschollek, Michael and Meis, Markus and Remmers, Hartmut and zu Schwabedissen, Hubertus Meyer and Schulze, Mareike and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Haux, Reinhold and Wolf, Klaus-Hendrik},
      doi = {10.1007/s00391-014-0806-7},
      isbn = {1435-1269 (Electronic) 0948-6704 (Linking)},
      issn = {0948-6704},
      journal = {Zeitschrift f{\"{u}}r Gerontologie und Geriatrie},
      month = {dec},
      number = {8},
      pages = {648--660},
      pmid = {25269678},
      title = {{A novel approach for discovering human behavior patterns using unsupervised methods}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s00391-014-0806-7},
      volume = {47},
      year = {2014} }
  • [article] bibtex
    L. Rölker-Denker, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Gesund zu Hause," Ehealthcom, 2013.
    @article{LarsRolkerDenkerMarcoEichelbergAndreasHein.2013,
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      journal = {Ehealthcom},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Gesund zu Hause}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Apel, C. Lammel-Polchau, L. Dasenbrock, P. Bente, K. Elbers, E. Steen, M. Meis, H. Künemund, H. Remmers, K. Wolf, M. Gietzelt, J. Bauer, H. Meyer zu Schwabedissen, G. Kolb, A. Hein, M. Marschollek, und R. Haux, "Technikgestütztes, poststationäres Langzeitmonitoring von geriatrischen Frakturpatienten in der häuslichen Umgebung - GAL-NATARS Studie," in Proc. Tagungsband der 58. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Medizinische Informatik, Biometrie und Epidemiologie (GMDS), 2013.
    @inproceedings{Apel.2013,
      author = {Apel, Marcus and Lammel-Polchau, Christopher and Dasenbrock, Lena and Bente, Petra and Elbers, Katharina and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Meis, Markus and K{\"{u}}nemund, Harald and Remmers, Hartmut and Wolf, Klaus-Hendrik and Gietzelt, Matthias and Bauer, J{\"{u}}rgen and {Meyer zu Schwabedissen},
      Hubertus and Kolb, Gerald and Hein, Andreas and Marschollek, Michael and Haux, Reinhold},
      booktitle = {Tagungsband der 58. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Medizinische Informatik, Biometrie und Epidemiologie (GMDS)},
      keywords = {InformationenfehlenInformationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {InformationenfehlenInformationenfehlen},
      title = {{Technikgest{\"{u}}tztes, poststation{\"{a}}res Langzeitmonitoring von geriatrischen Frakturpatienten in der h{\"{a}}uslichen Umgebung - GAL-NATARS Studie}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    L. Rölker-Denker, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "No Title," in Proc. Proceedings AAL Forum 2013, 2013.
    @inproceedings{LarsRolkerDenkerEichelbergMarco.2013,
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings AAL Forum 2013},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{No Title}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    L. Rölker-Denker, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Ambient Assisted Living als quantitative Methode der Versorgungsforschung," in Proc. 13. Deutscher Kongress für Versorgungsforschung 2013, 2013.
    @inproceedings{RolkerDenker.2013,
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {13. Deutscher Kongress f{\"{u}}r Versorgungsforschung 2013},
      keywords = {DOI bei OFFIS fehlerhaft,Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {DOI bei OFFIS fehlerhaft,Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Ambient Assisted Living als quantitative Methode der Versorgungsforschung}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    R. Welge, B. Busch, K. Kabitzsch, J. Laurila-Dürsch, S. Heusinger, M. Lipprandt, M. Eichelberg, E. Eichenberg, H. Engelien, M. Gök, G. Moritz, und A. Hein, "Representation of Integration Profiles using an Ontology," in Proc. HEALTHINF 2013 - Proceedings of the International Conference on Health Informatics, Barcelona, Spain, 11-14 February, 2013, 2013.
    @inproceedings{Welge.2013,
      author = {Welge, Ralph and Busch, Bj{\"{o}}rn-Helge and Kabitzsch, Klaus and Laurila-D{\"{u}}rsch, Janina and Heusinger, Stefan and Lipprandt, Myriam and Eichelberg, Marco and Eichenberg, Elke and Engelien, Heike and G{\"{o}}k, Murat and Moritz, Guido and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {HEALTHINF 2013 - Proceedings of the International Conference on Health Informatics, Barcelona, Spain, 11-14 February, 2013},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Representation of Integration Profiles using an Ontology}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [article] bibtex
    M. Marschollek, M. Apel, J. Bauer, P. Bente, L. Dasenbrock, K. Elbers, R. Haux, A. Hein, H. Künemund, C. Lammel-Polchau, M. Meis, H. Meyer zu Schwabedissen, H. Remmers, E. Steen, J. Wang, K. Wolf, und G. Kolb, "Technikgestütztes häusliches Langzeit-Monitoring von Patienten mit mobilitätseinschränkenden Frakturen nach stationärer geriatrischer Rehabilitation - die GAL-NATARS-Studie," Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, p. 12, 2013.
    @article{Marschollek.2013,
      author = {Marschollek, Michael and Apel, Marcus and Bauer, J{\"{u}}rgen and Bente, Petra and Dasenbrock, Lena and Elbers, Katharina and Haux, Reinhold and Hein, Andreas and K{\"{u}}nemund, Harald and Lammel-Polchau, Christopher and Meis, Markus and {Meyer zu Schwabedissen},
      Hubertus and Remmers, Hartmut and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Wang, Ju and Wolf, Klaus-Hendrik and Kolb, Gerald},
      journal = {Zeitschrift f{\"{u}}r Gerontologie und Geriatrie},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {12},
      title = {{Technikgest{\"{u}}tztes h{\"{a}}usliches Langzeit-Monitoring von Patienten mit mobilit{\"{a}}tseinschr{\"{a}}nkenden Frakturen nach station{\"{a}}rer geriatrischer Rehabilitation - die GAL-NATARS-Studie}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Frenken und M. Frenken, "A Novel ICT Approach to the Assessment of Mobility in Diverse Health Care Environments," in Proc. ICT meets Medicine and Health (ICTMH 2013), Bremen, 2013, pp. 1-6.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2013, address = {Bremen},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Frenken, Melina},
      booktitle = {ICT meets Medicine and Health (ICTMH 2013)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {1--6},
      title = {{A Novel ICT Approach to the Assessment of Mobility in Diverse Health Care Environments}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Lipprandt und A. Hein, "Structured Documentation of Physiological Models and Behavioural Patterns containing Uncertainty," in Proc. eTELEMED 2013: The Fifth International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine, and Social Medicine, 2013, pp. 331-337.
    @inproceedings{Lipprandt.2013,
      author = {Lipprandt, Myriam and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {eTELEMED 2013: The Fifth International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine, and Social Medicine},
      isbn = {9781612082523},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {331--337},
      title = {{Structured Documentation of Physiological Models and Behavioural Patterns containing Uncertainty}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    S. Müller, M. Frenken, R. Eckert, H. Baumgartner, A. Felscher, und A. Hein, "Acceptance and Usability of a Technical Support System for Ambulant Palliative Care," in Proc. Proceedings AAL Forum 2013, Norrköping, Sweden, 2013, pp. 1-10.
    @inproceedings{Muller.2013, address = {Norrk{\"{o}}ping, Sweden},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian and Frenken, Melina and Eckert, Ralf and Baumgartner, Hannah and Felscher, Andreas and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings AAL Forum 2013},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {1--10},
      title = {{Acceptance and Usability of a Technical Support System for Ambulant Palliative Care}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    R. Welge, B. Busch, K. Kabitzsch, J. Laurila-Dürsch, S. Heusinger, M. Lipprandt, M. Eichelberg, E. Eichenberg, H. Engelien, M. Gök, G. Moritz, und A. Hein, "Ontologiebasierte Repräsentation von Integrationsprofilen," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living: 6. AAL-Kongress 2013 Berlin, Germany, January 22. - 23. , 2013, 2013.
    @inproceedings{Welge.2013b, abstract = {Die Integration und Inbetriebnahme von AAL-Systemen ist derzeit aufw{\"{a}}ndig und komplex. Die mangelnde Interoperabilit{\"{a}}t der f{\"{u}}r AAL-Systeme verf{\"{u}}gbaren Komponenten kann als Innovationsh{\"{u}}rde f{\"{u}}r KMUs angesehen werden. Semantische Technologien sind ein geeignetes Instrument, um die Interoperabilit{\"{a}}tsprobleme heterogener und dezentraler Systeme zu beherrschen. Erst die Einf{\"{u}}hrung von Methoden der Wissensverarbeitung wird innovative Systemcharakteristika wie die Entwurfsautomatisierung, die Selbstkonfiguration und das Selbstmanagement von AAL-Systemen erm{\"{o}}glichen. Als Voraussetzung f{\"{u}}r das Aufkommen wissensbasierter Assistenzfunktionen muss allerdings eine maschineninterpretierbare, formale, d.h. eindeutige, Repr{\"{a}}sentation f{\"{u}}r systemrelevantes Wissen geschaffen werden. In diesem Beitrag wird die Entwicklung einer AAL-Ontologie als formale Basis f{\"{u}}r wissensbasierte Systemfunktionen vorgeschlagen. Am Beispiel eines nicht n{\"{a}}her spezifizierten Sensors wird mit Hilfe eines AAL-spezifischen Ontology Engineering Prozesses demonstriert, wie ein Sensorfunktionsblock eines RAALI-Integrationsprofils formalisiert werden kann.},
      annote = {ISBN 978-3-8007-3484-9},
      author = {Welge, Ralph and Busch, Bj{\"{o}}rn-Helge and Kabitzsch, Klaus and Laurila-D{\"{u}}rsch, Janina and Heusinger, Stefan and Lipprandt, Myriam and Eichelberg, Marco and Eichenberg, Elke and Engelien, Heike and G{\"{o}}k, Murat and Moritz, Guido and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living: 6. AAL-Kongress 2013 Berlin, Germany, January 22. - 23. , 2013},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI/URL},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI/URL},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Ontologiebasierte Repr{\"{a}}sentation von Integrationsprofilen}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    F. Müller, M. Frenken, P. Hoffmann, O. Herzog, und A. Hein, "LsW - Networked home automation in living environments," in Proc. Lebensqualität im Wandel von Demografie und Technik - 6. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung, Berlin, 2013.
    @inproceedings{Muller.2013b, abstract = {Due to demographic changes a lot of research in the field of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) has been done within the last years. Many of the project systems never left the status of a research prototype nor reached real home environments. The “L{\"{a}}nger selbstbestimmt Wohnen” (LsW) project is one step beyond the targets of typical research projects and is integrating preexisting (home automation) technologies in home environments to support the elderly residents. Requirements, selection of possible scenarios and evaluation were done in close cooperation with the residents. The integrated AAL system will remain within the flats of the residents beyond the end of the LsW project. Main points of the LsW project were the analysis of current mobile devices like tablets as human machine interfaces for AAL systems, the integration of existing home automation technologies in existing buildings, the connection between the tablet and the home automation components, and the interoperation between several flats.},
      address = {Berlin},
      annote = {ISBN 978-3-8007-3484-9},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Frenken, Melina and Hoffmann, Peter and Herzog, Otthein and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Lebensqualit{\"{a}}t im Wandel von Demografie und Technik - 6. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{LsW - Networked home automation in living environments}},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    L. Rölker-Denker und A. Hein, "Organisationsdiagnostik als qualitative Methode der Versorgungsforschung," in Proc. 12. Deutscher Kongress für Versorgungsforschung. Berlin, 23.-25.10.2013, Düsseldorf, 2013.
    @inproceedings{RolkerDenker.2013b, address = {D{\"{u}}sseldorf},
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {12. Deutscher Kongress f{\"{u}}r Versorgungsforschung. Berlin, 23.-25.10.2013},
      doi = {10.3205/13dkvf252},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      publisher = {German Medical Science GMS Publishing House},
      title = {{Organisationsdiagnostik als qualitative Methode der Versorgungsforschung}},
      url = {http://www.egms.de/static/en/meetings/dkvf2013/13dkvf252.shtml},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    E. Steen, T. Frenken, M. Frenken, und A. Hein, "Functional Assessment in Elderlies' Homes: Early Results from a Field Trial," in Proc. Lebensqualität im Wandel von Demografie und Technik, 2013, p. 9.
    @inproceedings{Steen.2013b, abstract = {Early results from a field trial regarding the assessment of functional status relevant to self-care ability in domestic environments are presented. A previously developed technical system for unobtrusively recording location information using home automation data was installed in the homes of five participants aged 64-84 years over a period of partially more than nine month. The recordings are manually evaluated to check whether items of geriatric assessment tests relevant to self-care ability can be assessed using the sensor recordings. The evaluation is a preliminary step to develop an automatic assessment algorithm and to develop a model for mapping domestic assessment results to result scales of clinical assessment tests. The mapping is required since most clinical assessment tests are not suitable for execution in domestic environments and thus new approaches are required which do also account for the difference between performance and capacity in functional abilities as proposed within WHO's ICF.},
      annote = {Konferenz: Lebensqualit{\"{a}}t im Wandel von Demografie und Technik - 6. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung 22.01.2013 - 23.01.2013 in Berlin, Deutschland ISBN 978-3-8007-3484-9},
      author = {Steen, Enno-Edzard and Frenken, Thomas and Frenken, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Lebensqualit{\"{a}}t im Wandel von Demografie und Technik},
      pages = {9},
      publisher = {Springer--Verlag},
      series = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      title = {{Functional Assessment in Elderlies' Homes: Early Results from a Field Trial}},
      url = {http://www.vde-verlag.de/proceedings-en/453484005.html},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    A. Helmer, F. Müller, O. Lohmann, A. Thiel, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Inclusion of data from the domestic domain in the process of clinical decision making using the example of a comprehensive ambient energy expenditure determination for COPD patients," in Proc. International Conference on Health Informatics (HEALTHINF 2013 ), Barcelona, 2013, pp. 42-51.
    @inproceedings{Helmer.2013, abstract = {Patients suffering from COPD benefit from the performance of any kind of physical activity. The 3D layer context (3DLC) model characterizes data from different domains in relation to their relevance for the clinical decision making process. We have used this model to show how data from an ambient activity system in the domestic environment can be used to provide better diagnoses and prognoses for COPD patients. As a proof of concept an experiment has been conducted to provide an individual intensity relation between household activities and telerehabilitation training on a bicycle ergometer. We have extracted features from the power data of the activities ironing and vacuuming to calculate the energy expenditure for the performance of these activities.},
      address = {Barcelona},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Lohmann, Okko and Thiel, Andreas and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {International Conference on Health Informatics (HEALTHINF 2013 )},
      isbn = {9789898565372},
      keywords = {Electronic health records,Informationenfehlen DOI,Knowledge management,Physiological modelling,Telemedicine},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {42--51},
      title = {{Inclusion of data from the domestic domain in the process of clinical decision making using the example of a comprehensive ambient energy expenditure determination for COPD patients}},
      url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84877933476{\&}partnerID=tZOtx3y1},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    L. Pielawa, T. Wallbaum, M. Frenken, und A. Hein, "Control and personalization approach for an ICT-enabled wearable artifical kidney," in Proc. 2013 IEEE 15th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (Healthcom 2013), 2013, pp. 404-408.
    @inproceedings{Pielawa.2013, abstract = {We present a new control approach for a wearable artificial kidney device, which is currently under development. In contrast to conventional dialysis, this device makes use of a selective adsorption filter which enables miniaturization and thereby a mobile application also out of clinical settings. To facilitate such an unsupervised treatment the device is equipped with diverse sensing capabilities to adapt its function and so allows to maintain the hydration level as well as different concentrations in the blood. This paper elaborates on the developed combined control approach for these interacting main functions which allow the personalization of the renal support system.},
      author = {Pielawa, Lukas and Wallbaum, Torben and Frenken, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {2013 IEEE 15th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (Healthcom 2013)},
      doi = {10.1109/HealthCom.2013.6720709},
      isbn = {978-1-4673-5801-9},
      month = {oct},
      pages = {404--408},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Control and personalization approach for an ICT-enabled wearable artifical kidney}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=6720709},
      year = {2013} }
  • E. Steen, T. Frenken, M. Eichelberg, M. Frenken, und A. Hein, "Modeling Individual Healthy Behavior Using Home Automation Sensor Data: Results from a Field," Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, vol. 5, iss. 5, pp. 503-523, 2013.
    @article{Steen.2013, abstract = {A technical system for unobtrusive presence measurement and two novel models for describing user behavior in domestic environments are presented. Within the developed models user behavior is either described as the probability of being present at a certain location within an environment at a certain time on a day of the week or being present at a location for a certain number of times with a certain duration. The models are called timeslot-based and duration-based. Both models have been applied to presence information gathered by a technical system using home automation sensors. The system was installed into two flats of older people during a field trial for eight months. Results of the experiment show that the two models can be applied to describe individual user behavior. The influence of data structure and model quality on the detection of anomalies and the generation of alarms is discussed. On the long-term, the approach aims at detecting cutbacks in self-care ability and changes in health state by autonomously learning typical user behavior from presence information in a spatial model and by detecting untypical behavior, called anomalies, and generating alarms for caretakers. Such automatic assessment of self-care ability and health state is required in order to meet the increased challenges imposed to the decreasing number of care personal during the progress of the demographic change.},
      author = {Steen, Enno-Edzard and Frenken, Thomas and Eichelberg, Marco and Frenken, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      issn = {1876-1364},
      journal = {Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments},
      keywords = {Ambient,Assessment,Behavior Modeling,Field Trial,Home Automation,VIP},
      mendeley-tags = {VIP},
      number = {5},
      pages = {503--523},
      title = {{Modeling Individual Healthy Behavior Using Home Automation Sensor Data: Results from a Field}},
      url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2594708.2594715},
      volume = {5},
      year = {2013} }
  • J. Meyer und A. Hein, "Live Long and Prosper: Potentials of Low-Cost Consumer Devices for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases," Medicine 2.0, vol. 2, iss. 2, p. e7; 1-9, 2013.
    @article{Meyer.2013, abstract = {Background: Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are one of the major causes of death worldwide. Personal behavior such as physical activity considerably influences the risk of incurring a CVD. In the last years numerous products such as pedometers have become available on the mass market that allow monitoring relevant behaviors and vital parameters. These devices are sufficiently precise, affordable, and easy to use. While today they are mostly lifestyle oriented they also have considerable potential for health and prevention. Objective: Our goal is to investigate how recent low-cost devices can be used in real-life settings for the prevention of CVD, and whether using these devices has an advantage over subjective self-assessment. We also examine whether it is feasible to use multiple of such devices in parallel. Methods: We observe whether and how persons are willing and able to use multiple devices in their daily lives. We compare the devices' measurements with subjective self-assessment. We make use of existing low-cost consumer devices to monitor a user's behavior. By mapping the devices' features with pre-defined prevention goals we ensure that the system collects meaningful data that can be used to monitor the individual's behavior. We conducted a user study with 10 healthy adults to measure usability and to identify problems with sensor use in real life. The participants used the devices' original portals to monitor their behavior. The subjects (age range 35-75) used an off-the-shelf pedometer and a sports watch for 4 weeks. Results: The participants responded in principle positively to the use of the devices. Analyzing the sensor data, we found that the users had some difficulties in operating the devices. We also found that the participants' self-assessment of their health behavior was too optimistic compared to the monitored data. They rated the usability of the overall system with 71 of up to 100 points in the "System Usability Scale". Conclusions: Our study indicates that today's devices are suitable for a long term monitoring of health for the prevention of CVD. Using the devices provides more precise data than a subjective self-assessment. However usability and acceptance of the systems are still major topics.},
      author = {Meyer, Jochen and Hein, Andreas},
      doi = {10.2196/med20.2667},
      issn = {1923-2195},
      journal = {Medicine 2.0},
      keywords = {cardiovascular diseases,primary prevention,user-computer interface},
      month = {aug},
      number = {2},
      pages = {e7; 1--9},
      title = {{Live Long and Prosper: Potentials of Low-Cost Consumer Devices for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases}},
      url = {http://www.medicine20.com/2013/2/e7/},
      volume = {2},
      year = {2013} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Isken, B. Borgmann, und A. Hein, "Mobile Robot Platform to track User Movement and Behaviour," in Communications in Computer and Information Science, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013, vol. 386 CCIS, pp. 94-105.
    @incollection{Isken.2013,
      author = {Isken, Melvin and Borgmann, Bjoern and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Communications in Computer and Information Science},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-41043-7_9},
      isbn = {9783642410420},
      issn = {18650929},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen,laser range finder,mobile robot,mobility assessment},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {94--105},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      series = {Communications in Computer and Information Science},
      title = {{Mobile Robot Platform to track User Movement and Behaviour}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-642-41043-7{\_}9},
      volume = {386 CCIS},
      year = {2013} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    H. Baumgartner, R. Eckert, A. Helmer, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "Nutzungsschnittstellen für Medizinische Kommunikationsplattform," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - 5. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung 24. – 25. Januar 2012, Berlin, Tagungsbeiträge, 2012.
    @inproceedings{Baumgartner.2012,
      author = {Baumgartner, Hannah and Eckert, Ralf and Helmer, Axel and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - 5. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung 24. – 25. Januar 2012, Berlin, Tagungsbeitr{\"{a}}ge},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen esgibt: User Interfaces for a},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen esgibt: User Interfaces for a},
      title = {{Nutzungsschnittstellen f{\"{u}}r Medizinische Kommunikationsplattform}},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    M. Lipprandt, R. Welge, M. Eichelberg, E. Eichenberg, H. Engelien, K. Kabitzsch, M. Gök, B. Busch, J. Laurila-Epe, S. Heusinger, G. Moritz, und A. Hein, "Beschreibungsmethodik für AAL-Integrationsprofile," in Advanced Technologies and Societal Change, Springer, 2012.
    @incollection{Lipprandt.2012,
      author = {Lipprandt, Myriam and Welge, Ralph and Eichelberg, Marco and Eichenberg, Elke and Engelien, Heike and Kabitzsch, Klaus and G{\"{o}}k, Murat and Busch, Bj{\"{o}}rn-Helge and Laurila-Epe, Janina and Heusinger, Stefan and Moritz, Guido and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Beschreibungsmethodik f{\"{u}}r AAL-Integrationsprofile}},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    M. Lipprandt, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Standardized Representation of Medical Data in AAL Applications," in Advanced Technologies and Societal Change, Springer, 2012, pp. 72-80.
    @incollection{Lipprandt.2012b,
      author = {Lipprandt, Myriam and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      isbn = {9789898425935},
      pages = {72--80},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Standardized Representation of Medical Data in AAL Applications}},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    L. Rölker-Denker und A. Hein, "Modelling Knowledge Processes In Health Care Organizations," in Advanced Technologies and Societal Change, Springer, 2012.
    @incollection{RolkerDenker.2012b,
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Modelling Knowledge Processes In Health Care Organizations}},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    E. Steen, M. Eichelberg, W. Nebel, und A. Hein, "Ein neuartiger Ansatz zur Indoor-Lokalisierung mittels dynamischer Veränderungen von Ultraschallechos," in Advanced Technologies and Societal Change, Springer, 2012.
    @incollection{Steen.2012b,
      author = {Steen, Enno-Edzard and Eichelberg, Marco and Nebel, Wolfgang and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      isbn = {978-3-8007-3400-9},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen bzw. ist es A Novel Indoor...},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen bzw. ist es A Novel Indoor...},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Ein neuartiger Ansatz zur Indoor-Lokalisierung mittels dynamischer Ver{\"{a}}nderungen von Ultraschallechos}},
      year = {2012} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    S. Laemmermann, L. Pielawa, A. Burger, J. Schlemminger, T. Kropf, W. Rosenstiel, und A. Hein, "Heterogeneous Assertion-Based Verification for Medical Devices Development," in Proc. The 17th Workshop on Synthesis And System Integration of Mixed Information Technologies (Sasimi 2012), 2012, pp. 211-216.
    @inproceedings{Laemmermann.2012, abstract = {This paper describes the employment of an assertion-based verification methodology in the early stage of medical device development. Characteristics formulated by medical experts to be fulfilled by the system under development are transferred into mixed-signal assertion language and automatically evaluated in a simulation of the system. The encountered diversity in the medical devices domain highlights the neccessity of a versatile verification approach. The utilization of MSAL verification process enables to translate the medical characteristics automatically into observer automata for monitoring the systems behaviour. This affords automatic verification of complex medical characteristics as properties in a straight forward and standardized way. The experimental results show the integration of medical characteristics as assertions in a simulation of a medical device in Matlab/Simulink and demonstrate the broad applicability and the high value of the evolved solution.},
      author = {Laemmermann, Stefan and Pielawa, Lukas and Burger, Andreas and Schlemminger, Jan and Kropf, Thomas and Rosenstiel, Wolfgang and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {The 17th Workshop on Synthesis And System Integration of Mixed Information Technologies (Sasimi 2012)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {211 -- 216},
      title = {{Heterogeneous Assertion-Based Verification for Medical Devices Development}},
      year = {2012} }
  • [article] bibtex
    L. Rölker-Denker und A. Hein, "Lernende Krankenhäuser aus versorgungsforscherischer Perspektive," Deutsche Medizinische Wochenzeitschrift, iss. Supplement Nr. 3. Abstractband zum 11. Deutschen Kongress für Versorgungsforschung und 4. Nationalen Pr\ä\ventionskongress, p. 170, 2012.
    @article{RolkerDenker.2012, abstract = {Hintergrund: Der Gesundheitssektor geh{\"{o}}rt auf Grund des technischen Fortschrittes zu den wissensintensivsten Sektoren {\"{u}}berhaupt. Die Verschiebung der Behandlung vom station{\"{a}}ren Sektor in den ambulanten Sektor sowie das Aufkommen des dritten Gesundheitsstandortes "`zu Hause"' verst{\"{a}}rken diesen Trend zus{\"{a}}tzlich. Gleichzeitig gelten Universit{\"{a}}tskliniken und –medizinen als Entwicklungsorte medizinischen Wissens},
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Hein, Andreas},
      journal = {Deutsche Medizinische Wochenzeitschrift},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      number = {Supplement Nr. 3. Abstractband zum 11. Deutschen Kongress f{\"{u}}r Versorgungsforschung und 4. Nationalen Pr{\{}{\"{a}}{\}}ventionskongress},
      pages = {170/ A281},
      title = {{Lernende Krankenh{\"{a}}user aus versorgungsforscherischer Perspektive}},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    E. Steen, M. Eichelberg, W. Nebel, und A. Hein, "A Novel Indoor Localization Approach Using Dynamic Changes in Ultrasonic Echoes," in Advanced Technologies and Societal Change, Springer, 2012, p. 6.
    @incollection{Steen.2012, abstract = {In this paper a novel approach to continuous and unobtrusive localization of a person inside his or her domestic environment based on ultrasonic sensors is presented. The approach uses half rings with ultrasonic sensors mounted on the ceiling of the environment. The person's position is computed by analyzing the detected echoes of the available sensors. After distinguishing between echoes caused by the static environment and echoes caused by the person, only the lastmentioned echoes are utilized to determine the position. This position can then be used for further analyses such as mobility assessments or for providing location dependent services.},
      author = {Steen, Enno-Edzard and Eichelberg, Marco and Nebel, Wolfgang and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Advanced Technologies and Societal Change},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI/URL},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI/URL},
      pages = {6},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{A Novel Indoor Localization Approach Using Dynamic Changes in Ultrasonic Echoes}},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    A. Helmer, E. Steen, L. Rölker-Denker, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Umsetzung eines Konzepts zum Schutz von personenbezogenen Gesundheitsdaten für eine AAL-Plattform," in Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) - Proceedings - Series of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Springer, 2012, pp. 1390-1404.
    @incollection{Helmer.2012c, annote = {Journal Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) Publishing date 10 / 2012 Number P-208 ISBN / ISSN 978-3-88579-602-2},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and Steen, Enno-Edzard and R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) - Proceedings - Series of the Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Informatik (GI)},
      isbn = {978-3-88579-602-2},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {1390--1404},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Umsetzung eines Konzepts zum Schutz von personenbezogenen Gesundheitsdaten f{\"{u}}r eine AAL-Plattform}},
      year = {2012} }
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    M. Lipprandt, A. Marinc, T. Dutz, G. Moritz, M. Eichelberg, R. Wichert, und A. Hein, "Evaluation of AAL Middleware Platforms," in Tomorrow in sight: from design to delivery. Proceedings of the 4th AAL Forum Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 24-27 September 2012, Springer, 2012, pp. 197-203.
    @incollection{MyriamLipprandt.2012, annote = {ISBN: 978-90-819709-1-4},
      author = {Lipprandt, Myriam and Marinc, Alexander and Dutz, Tim and Moritz, Guido and Eichelberg, Marco and Wichert, Reiner and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Tomorrow in sight: from design to delivery. Proceedings of the 4th AAL Forum Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 24-27 September 2012},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {197--203},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Evaluation of AAL Middleware Platforms}},
      url = {http://www.aal-europe.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/AAL{\_}Forum{\_}2012{\_}Eindhoven{\_}Proceedings.pdf5Brecord{\%}5D=12088{\&}cHash=c75eb175d889a632460a78f27bafb6c3},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    L. Rölker-Denker und A. Hein, "Organisationales Lernen und Organisationale Gedächtnisse im AAL-Kontext," in Ambient Assisted Living - 5. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung 24. – 25. Januar 2012, Berlin, Tagungsbeiträge, Berlin: VDE Verlag, 2012.
    @incollection{RolkerDenker.2012c, abstract = {Dieser Beitrag untersucht, inwieweit sich Ph{\"{a}}nomene organisationalen Lernens in AAL-Szenarien zum jetzigen Entwicklungspunkt bereits identifizieren lassen. Organisationale Lernprozesse gew{\"{a}}hren eine erh{\"{o}}hte Umgebungswahrnehmung und darauf aufbauend, eine z{\"{u}}gige Anpassungen von Strukturen und Prozessen. Nach der Beschreibung der Lernenden Organisation in drei Dimensionen, werden die Ergebnisse einer Literaturstudie dargestellt. Hier zeigt sich, dass Ph{\"{a}}nomene organisationalen Lernens verst{\"{a}}rkt im Bereich der Wissens- und Informationsorganisation sowie der Netzwerkbildung auftreten. Handlungsbedarf besteht noch auf den intraorganisationalen Lernebenen, der Bereich der Lernniveaus und der Bereich der Organisationskultur. Hier kann zum aktuellen Entwicklungszeitpunkt noch keine hinreichende Bewertung vorgenommen werden. Es bedarf weiterer, auch empirischer und qualitativer, Forschungsarbeit.},
      address = {Berlin},
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - 5. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung 24. – 25. Januar 2012, Berlin, Tagungsbeitr{\"{a}}ge},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Organisationales Lernen und Organisationale Ged{\"{a}}chtnisse im AAL-Kontext}},
      url = {https://www.vde-verlag.de/proceedings-de/453400102.html},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    T. Wist, E. Steen, A. Hein, und G. C. Schulze, "Ältere Menschen mit einer geistigen Beeinträchtigung als Nutzer von Ambient Assisted Living Technologien zur Sturzprävention," in Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) - Proceedings - Series of the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), Springer, 2012, pp. 1431-1444.
    @incollection{Wist.2012, annote = {Was bewegt uns in der/die Zukunft? : 42. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Informatik e.V. (GI) Goltz, Ursula; Appelrath, Hans-J{\"{u}}rgen ISBN: 978-3-88579-602-2},
      author = {Wist, Thorben and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Hein, Andreas and Schulze, Gisela C.},
      booktitle = {Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) - Proceedings - Series of the Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Informatik (GI)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      number = {September},
      pages = {1431--1444},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{{\"{A}}ltere Menschen mit einer geistigen Beeintr{\"{a}}chtigung als Nutzer von Ambient Assisted Living Technologien zur Sturzpr{\"{a}}vention}},
      year = {2012} }
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    A. Helmer, R. Deparade, F. Kretschmer, O. Lohmann, A. Hein, M. Marschollek, und U. Tegtbur, "A heart rate prediction model for the telerehabilitation training of cardiopulmonary patients," in Proc. 5th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies, 2012, pp. 30-36.
    @inproceedings{Helmer.2012, abstract = {Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and coronary artery disease are severe diseases with increasing prevalence. They cause dyspnoea, physical inactivity, skeletal muscle atrophy and are associated with high costs in health systems worldwide. Physical training has many positive effects on the health state and quality of life of these patients. Heart Rate (HR) is an important parameter that helps physicians and (tele-) rehabilitation systems to assess and control exercise training intensity and to ensure the patients' safety during the training. On the basis of 668 training sessions (325 F, 343 M), demographic information and weather data, we created a model that predicts the training HR for these patients. To allow prediction in different use cases, we designed five application scenarios. We used a stepwise regression to build a linear model and performed a cross validation on the resulting model. The results show that age, load, gender and former HR values are important predictors, whereas weather data and blood pressure just have minor influence. The prediction accuracy varies with a median root mean square error (RMSE) of ≈11 in scenario one up to ≈3.2 in scenario four and should therefore be precise enough for the application scenarios mentioned above.},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and Deparade, Riana and Kretschmer, Friedrich and Lohmann, Okko and Hein, Andreas and Marschollek, Michael and Tegtbur, Uwe},
      booktitle = {5th International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies},
      isbn = {9789898425881 (ISBN)},
      keywords = {Application scenario,Blood pressure,Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation,Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,Coronary artery disease,Cross validation,Demographic information,Exercise training,Forecasting,Health systems,Heart,Heart rate,Heart rates,High costs,Mathematical models,Mean square error,Meteorology,Modeling,Models,Patient rehabilitation,Physical training,Prediction,Prediction accuracy,Pulmonary diseases,Quality of life,Rehabilitation System,Root mean square errors,Skeletal muscle,Stepwise regression,Telerehabilitation,Training sessions,Weather data},
      pages = {30--36},
      publisher = {SciTePress -- Science and Technology Publications},
      title = {{A heart rate prediction model for the telerehabilitation training of cardiopulmonary patients}},
      url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84861987936{\&}partnerID=40{\&}md5=306b74b2c8fd3e94fbc46117f0786361},
      year = {2012} }
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    T. Frenken, M. Isken, N. Volkening, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "Criteria for Quality and Safety while Performing Unobtrusive Domestic Mobility Assessments Using Mobile Service Robots," in Ambient Assisted Living SE - 5, VDE Verlag, 2012, pp. 61-76.
    @incollection{Frenken.2012b, abstract = {A new concept for safely performing and qualitatively evaluating assessments in domestic unsupervised environments, especially when utilizing mobile service robots, is presented. The presented approach is based on the idea that classical geriatric assessments, especially from the domain of mobility, may be divided in components which happen naturally throughout the day in domestic environments. Those components are measured separately and are recombined to com-plete assessment tests later on. In order for physicians to decide how reliable assessment results from the domestic do-main are, we define technical quality criteria for the components of the Timed Up{\&}Go assessment test. The approach is evaluated within an experiment in a living lab utilizing sensors, especially a laser range scanner, equipped with a mobile robot. Results show that the presented approach may be used to separate sensor measurements promising good assess-ment results from those containing insufficient data. Additionally, using mobile robots to perform assessments in domestic environments holds the potential danger for the inhabitant to stumble over the robot. Therefore, the paper also evaluates the aspect of inhabitants' safety during domestic assessments based on the experiment's data. A novel approach to navigate safely using the previously presented approach of optimal observation lots (OOL) is presented.},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Isken, Melvin and Volkening, Nils and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living SE - 5},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-27491-6_5},
      isbn = {978-3-642-27490-9},
      keywords = {ambient assisted living,domestic environments,mobile service robot,mobility assessment,quality,safety},
      pages = {61--76},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Criteria for Quality and Safety while Performing Unobtrusive Domestic Mobility Assessments Using Mobile Service Robots}},
      url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-27491-6{\_}5 http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-642-27491-6{\_}5},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    N. Hellrung, W. Ludwig, T. Frenken, M. Lipprandt, E. Steen, A. Helmer, B. Veltin, T. von Bargen, M. Gövercin, S. Wegel, M. Brell, W. Thoben, E. Steinhagen-Thiessen, R. Haux, und A. Hein, "Einbettung assistierender Technologien in Gesundheitsnetzwerke – von der Wohnung zum Arzt," in Technologiegestützte Dienstleistungsinnovation in der Gesundheitswirtschaft, Wiesbaden: Gabler Verlag, 2012, pp. 241-262.
    @incollection{Hellrung.2012, abstract = {Die Bedeutung Informationstechnik(IT)-gest{\"{u}}tzter Dienstleistungen f{\"{u}}r die Sicherstellung bzw. Verbesserung von Qualit{\"{a}}t und Effizienz der Gesundheitsversorgung ist l{\"{a}}ngst weltweit erkannt. In ihrer eHealth-Resolution mahnt die World Health Organization bereits 2005 ihre Mitgliedsstaaten, entsprechende Programme systematisch umzusetzen (WHO Executive Board 2005). In reicheren L{\"{a}}ndern mit gut umfassender Versorgungsstruktur liegt das Potenzial in der {\"{U}}berwindung {\"{o}}konomischer, wissenschaftlicher und, sozialer und operativer Barrieren. Im Fokus steht dabei die Unterst{\"{u}}tzung eines „citizen-preventioneducation-home based“ (Healy 2007) Versorgungsparadigmas.},
      address = {Wiesbaden},
      author = {Hellrung, Nils and Ludwig, Wolfram and Frenken, Thomas and Lipprandt, Myriam and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Helmer, Axel and Veltin, Bastian and von Bargen, Tobias and G{\"{o}}vercin, Mehmet and Wegel, Sandra and Brell, Melina and Thoben, Wilfried and Steinhagen-Thiessen, Elisabeth and Haux, Reinhold and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Technologiegest{\"{u}}tzte Dienstleistungsinnovation in der Gesundheitswirtschaft},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-8349-3506-9_10},
      isbn = {978-3-8349-3506-9},
      pages = {241--262},
      publisher = {Gabler Verlag},
      title = {{Einbettung assistierender Technologien in Gesundheitsnetzwerke – von der Wohnung zum Arzt}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-8349-3506-9{\_}10},
      year = {2012} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    F. Müller, M. Lipprandt, M. Eichelberg, A. Helmer, C. Busch, D. Willemsen, und A. Hein, "AAL in Cardiac Rehabilitation," in Handbook of Ambient Assisted Living: Technology for Healthcare, Rehabilitation and Well-Being, Springer, 2012, vol. 11, pp. 512-534.
    @incollection{Mueller.2012, abstract = {Individually adapted physical exercise training under medical$\backslash$nsupervision is an important building block in the rehabilitation and$\backslash$nsecondary prevention for patients with cardiovascular diseases. Ambient$\backslash$nassisted living technology permits such training to be carried out in$\backslash$nthe familiar home environment while at the same time reducing the risk$\backslash$nof an adverse cardiovascular event. Against this background this article$\backslash$ndescribes the requirements of a system for cardiac tele-rehabilitation$\backslash$nat home and in particular discusses the components controlling a$\backslash$ntraining session, which needs to recognize critical patient states$\backslash$nthrough a continuous monitoring of vital signs and react accordingly.$\backslash$nFurthermore, the health related data collected during such exercise$\backslash$ntraining sessions provides useful information for patient care. Results$\backslash$nneed to be made available to the cardiologist responsible for follow-up$\backslash$ne.g. in the form of structured training reports. The challenges involved$\backslash$nin integrating data acquired at home with the professional healthcare IT$\backslash$ninfrastructure based on vendor-independent medical IT standards are also$\backslash$ndiscussed.},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Lipprandt, Myriam and Eichelberg, Marco and Helmer, Axel and Busch, Clemens and Willemsen, Detlev and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Handbook of Ambient Assisted Living: Technology for Healthcare, Rehabilitation and Well-Being},
      doi = {10.3233/978-1-60750-837-3-512},
      isbn = {978-1-60750-836-6},
      issn = {1875-4163},
      pages = {512--534},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{AAL in Cardiac Rehabilitation}},
      volume = {11},
      year = {2012} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    O. E. Gazzar, M. Onken, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "On the comparability of medical image measurements in cancer clinical trials," in Proc. 2012 Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conference (CIBEC), 2012, pp. 118-121.
    @inproceedings{ElGazzar.2013, abstract = {Biomarkers detectable by imaging methods are increasingly used as surrogate endpoints to establish the severity of a disease to evaluate the efficacy of a treatment method or chemotherapy drug in cancer clinical trials. In therapeutic cancer clinical trials, the tumors are measured from medical images such as CT or MR at a baseline time point and the treatment response assessment is followed-up on a frequent basis at subsequent time intervals. In this paper, we will try to evaluate to which degree the measurements from medical images are comparable for clinical trials by specifying sources of uncertainties of image measurements in order to support both clinical trial investigators by giving them confidence in their interpretation of the measurements results and implementers to follow the best-practice guidelines to be taken into consideration to minimize sources of such variability.},
      author = {Gazzar, Omar El and Onken, Michael and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {2012 Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conference (CIBEC)},
      doi = {10.1109/CIBEC.2012.6473296},
      isbn = {978-1-4673-2801-2},
      month = {dec},
      pages = {118--121},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{On the comparability of medical image measurements in cancer clinical trials}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=6473296},
      year = {2012} }
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    O. Kramer, O. Wilken, P. Beenken, A. Hein, A. Hüwel, T. Klingenberg, C. Meinecke, T. Raabe, und M. Sonnenschein, "On Ensemble Classifiers for Nonintrusive Appliance Load Monitoring," in 7th International Conference, HAIS 2012, Salamanca, Spain, March 28-30th, Corchado, E., Snávsel, V., Abraham, A., Wo'zniak, M., Graña, M., und Cho, S., Eds., Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2012, pp. 322-331.
    @incollection{Kramer.2012, abstract = {In this work we employ ensemble classifiers for the problem of nonintrusive appliance load monitoring. In practical scenarios the question arises how to efficiently and automatically learn statistical models for appliance recognition, which is an important step for various problems in process recognition, healthcare, and energy consulting. This work is an application study that analyzes multi-class support vector machines (SVMs), and K-nearest neighbors (KNN) in the problem domain of automatically recognizing appliances. By combining two types of classifiers with varying parameterizations to ensembles, we reduce the classification error, and increase the robustness of the classifier. In the experimental part we consider a field study with household appliances, and compare the classifiers w.r.t. various training set and neighborhood sizes. It turns out that the ensembles belong to the best classifiers in all training set scenarios.},
      author = {Kramer, Oliver and Wilken, Olaf and Beenken, Petra and Hein, Andreas and H{\"{u}}wel, Andreas and Klingenberg, Thole and Meinecke, Christoph and Raabe, Thorsten and Sonnenschein, Michael},
      booktitle = {7th International Conference, HAIS 2012, Salamanca, Spain, March 28-30th},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-28942-2_29},
      editor = {Corchado, Emilio and Sn{\'{a}}{\v{s}}el, V{\'{a}}clav and Abraham, Ajith and Wo{\'{z}}niak, Micha{\l} and Gra{\~{n}}a, Manuel and Cho, Sung-Bae},
      isbn = {978-3-642-28941-5},
      keywords = {Ensemble classifiers support vector machines k-nea},
      pages = {322--331},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      title = {{On Ensemble Classifiers for Nonintrusive Appliance Load Monitoring}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-642-28942-2{\_}29},
      year = {2012} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    O. El Gazzar, M. Onken, M. Eichelberg, A. Hein, und E. Kotter, "A comprehensive framework for quality assurance in clinical trials," in Proc. Proc. SPIE 8319, 2012, p. 83190.
    @inproceedings{ElGazzar.2012,
      author = {{El Gazzar},
      Omar and Onken, Michael and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas and Kotter, Elmar},
      booktitle = {Proc. SPIE 8319},
      doi = {10.1117/12.910872},
      editor = {Boonn, William W. and Liu, Brent J.},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen,dicom,gsdf,ihe tce,iod language,pseudonymization,quality assurance},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      month = {feb},
      pages = {83190A},
      title = {{A comprehensive framework for quality assurance in clinical trials}},
      url = {http://proceedings.spiedigitallibrary.org/proceeding.aspx?doi=10.1117/12.910872},
      volume = {8319},
      year = {2012} }
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    T. Frenken, M. Lipprandt, M. Brell, M. Goevercin, S. Wegel, E. Steinhagen-Thiessen, und A. Hein, "Novel Approach to Unsupervised Mobility Assessment Tests: Field Trial For aTUG," in Proc. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, 2012, pp. 131-138.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2012, abstract = {A novel approach to performing unsupervised mobility assessment tests in domestic environments is presented. As a part of the aTUG concept the approach is based on the idea to segment assessment tests into components made up of recurring movement patterns which are measured independently by use of ambient sensor technologies. Quality criteria are defined which compute a score of eligibility for usage of sensor data to assess a certain test component. Valid component measurements are recombined to complete assessment tests according to a technical assessment test description defining the flow of segments and their constraints. An experiment has been conducted within a field trial with five elderly people aged 64-84 years over five weeks. The flats of all people were equipped with home automation (HA) sensors. A laser range scanner (LRS) was placed in one flat. Results from the fully-equipped flat show that the presented quality criteria are suitable to select LRS measurements according to their eligibility to assess a certain component. HA sensors and the LRS were used to compute a self-selected gait velocity of 0.71m/s unsupervised at home. TUG using the aTUG apparatus and a stopwatch was used as clinical reference data yielding a mean gait velocity of 1.18m/s. For the described setting a difference of 0.47m/s between capacity and performance in gait velocity was found.},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Lipprandt, Myriam and Brell, Melina and Goevercin, Mehmet and Wegel, Sandra and Steinhagen-Thiessen, Elisabeth and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare},
      doi = {10.4108/icst.pervasivehealth.2012.248614},
      isbn = {978-1-936968-43-5},
      keywords = {Domestic Assessment,Force Sensors,LIDAR,Mobility Assessment,Quantum cascade lasers,Radio frequency,Sensor Fusion,Subspace constraints,Timed Up and Go (TUG),VIP,aTUG,aTUG apparatus,ambient sensor technologies,clinical reference data,domestic environments,elderly people,home automation,home automation sensors,laser range scanner,medical computing,movement patterns,optical scanners,self-selected gait velocity,sensor data,technical assessment test description,unsupervised learning,unsupervised mobility assessment tests},
      mendeley-tags = {VIP},
      pages = {131--138},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Novel Approach to Unsupervised Mobility Assessment Tests: Field Trial For aTUG}},
      url = {http://eudl.eu/doi/10.4108/icst.pervasivehealth.2012.248614},
      year = {2012} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    L. Pielawa, A. Hein, M. Wester, und F. Simonis, "Model-based physiological data stream evaluation for dialysis therapy," in Proc. 2012 25th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS), 2012, pp. 1-6.
    @inproceedings{Pielawa.2012c, abstract = {Conventional dialysis therapy of patients with end-stage renal disease is time-consuming and its discontinuous nature induces physiological stress to the patient. Therefore new emerging approaches facilitate prolonged treatment by using portable devices in home-settings. Such unsupervised treatment calls for continuous automated monitoring of various physiological parameters. This paper highlights the challenges of autonomous personalized renal treatment and presents a leap towards context-aware monitoring in data streams by a physiological model-based approach. The algorithmic principle is employed to propagate urea concentration, which is measured to assess dialysis efficacy. Simulation results validate the algorithm for the application in a mobile dialysis therapy currently under development. The presented method enables the estimation of medically significant, but technically inaccessible physiological parameters from data stream propagation.},
      author = {Pielawa, Lukas and Hein, Andreas and Wester, Maarten and Simonis, Frank},
      booktitle = {2012 25th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS)},
      doi = {10.1109/CBMS.2012.6266384},
      isbn = {978-1-4673-2051-1},
      keywords = {Adaptation models,Biomedical monitoring,Blood,Estimation,Monitoring,Physiology,Sensors},
      month = {jun},
      pages = {1--6},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Model-based physiological data stream evaluation for dialysis therapy}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=6266384},
      year = {2012} }
  • M. Isken, N. Volkening, D. Lowet, F. van Heesch, D. van de Wouw, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "Preferred services of assistive robots for elderly: Results of user studies within the Florence project," Gerontechnology, vol. 11, iss. 2, p. 375, 2012.
    @article{Isken.2012,
      author = {Isken, Melvin and Volkening, Nils and Lowet, Dietwig and van Heesch, Frank and van de Wouw, Doortje and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      doi = {10.4017/gt.2012.11.02.591.00},
      issn = {1569-111X},
      journal = {Gerontechnology},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      month = {jun},
      number = {2},
      pages = {375},
      title = {{Preferred services of assistive robots for elderly: Results of user studies within the Florence project}},
      url = {http://gerontechnology.info/index.php/journal/article/view/1864},
      volume = {11},
      year = {2012} }
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    A. Helmer, F. Kretschmer, R. Deparade, B. Song, M. Meis, A. Hein, M. Marschollek, und U. Tegtbur, "A system for the model based emergency detection and communication for the telerehabilitation training of cardiopulmonary patients," in Proc. 2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2012, pp. 702-706.
    @inproceedings{Helmer.2012b, abstract = {Cardiopulmonary diseases affect millions of people and cause high costs in health care systems worldwide. Patients should perform regular endurance exercises to stabilize their health state and prevent further impairment. However, patients are often uncertain about the level of intensity they should exercise in their current condition. The cost of continuous monitoring for these training sessions in clinics is high and additionally requires the patient to travel to a clinic for each single session. Performing the rehabilitation training at home can raise compliance and reduce costs. To ensure safe telerehabilitation training and to enable patients to control their performance and health state, detection of abnormal events during training is a critical prerequisite. Therefore, we created a model that predicts the heart rate of cardiopulmonary patients and that can be used to detect and avoid abnormal health states. To enable external feedback and an immediate reaction in case of a critical situation, the patient should have the possibility to configure the system to communicate warnings and emergency events to clinical and non-clinical actors. To fulfill this task, we coupled a personal health record (PHR) with a new component that extends the classic home emergency systems. The PHR is also used for a training schedule definition that makes use of the predictive HR model. We used statistical methods to evaluate the prediction model and found that our prediction error of 3.2 heart beats per minute is precise enough to enable a detection of critical states. The concept for the communication of alerts was evaluated through focus group interviews with domain experts who judged that it fulfills the needs of potential users.},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and Kretschmer, Friedrich and Deparade, Riana and Song, Bianying and Meis, Markus and Hein, Andreas and Marschollek, Michael and Tegtbur, Uwe},
      booktitle = {2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
      doi = {10.1109/EMBC.2012.6346028},
      isbn = {978-1-4577-1787-1},
      issn = {1557170X},
      month = {aug},
      pages = {702--706},
      pmid = {23365989},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{A system for the model based emergency detection and communication for the telerehabilitation training of cardiopulmonary patients}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=6346028},
      year = {2012} }
  • L. Pielawa, F. Poppen, M. Wester, F. Simonis, M. Brell, J. a Joles, und A. Hein, "Integrated Monitoring for Personalized Renal Replacement Therapy," Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik, vol. 57, iss. SI-1 Track-Q, pp. 157-160, 2012.
    @article{Pielawa.2012b, abstract = {Introduction: Emerging renal support devices tend towards automated physiological monitoring and treatment adaptation. In the patient-centred development of the mobile NEPHRON+ system decisive physiological aspects and their mutual affections were identified and methods of measurement were incorporated into a wearable system enabling a personalized and un-supervised auto-adaptive treatment. Methods: Nephrologists determined the physiological variables to be monitored in dialysis patients. The experts' opinions were confirmed by extensive literature survey to find formalized relationships between the physiological parameters. As a basis for the embedded device control, suitable means of monitoring were integrated into the prototype of NEPHRON+, a networked mobile dialysis system. Results: To monitor the principal function of the blood cleansing device, ion selective and enzymatic electrodes tailored towards the miniaturized device are integrated in the mobile blood treatment system. Weight measurements are transmitted via Bluetooth to gauge the hydration surplus to be removed. Both, fluidic and chemical dynamics in the body are described based on the measurements using compartment models. Hemodynamic instabilities frequently arise during blood cleansing treatment due to homeostatic imbalance. Thus an electric sphygmomanometer and heart rate acquisition are likewise connected for intermittent measurements. To interpret these context sensitive parameters an accelerometer is embodied into the wearable system enabling to estimate the influence of the treated patient's physical activity on aforementioned vital parameters. This allows differentiating between the vital parameter dynamics arising from activity and the negative influence of homeostatic imbalance. Conclusion: A prototypic architecture for a defined treatment scenario has been realized to demonstrate the technical feasibility, enabling comprehensive physiological monitoring of dialysis treatments. Mathematical models of the monitored variables were gleaned for context aware evaluation of the mutually dependent parameters.},
      author = {Pielawa, Lukas and Poppen, Frank and Wester, Maarten and Simonis, Frank and Brell, Melina and Joles, J a and Hein, Andreas},
      doi = {10.1515/bmt-2012-4238},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Pielawa et al. - 2012 - Integrated Monitoring for Personalized Renal Replacement Therapy.pdf:pdf},
      issn = {1862-278X},
      journal = {Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen Vornamen Joles},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen Vornamen Joles},
      month = {jan},
      number = {SI-1 Track-Q},
      pages = {157--160},
      pmid = {22962113},
      title = {{Integrated Monitoring for Personalized Renal Replacement Therapy}},
      url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22962113 http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/bmte.2012.57.issue-s1-Q/bmt-2012-4238/bmt-2012-4238.xml},
      volume = {57},
      year = {2012} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    L. Pielawa, A. Helmer, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "Intelligent Enviroments Supporting the care of Multi-Morbid Patients." 2011.
    @inproceedings{Pielawa.2011,
      author = {Pielawa, Lukas and Helmer, Axel and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Intelligent Enviroments Supporting the care of Multi-Morbid Patients}},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    L. Pielawa, F. Poppen, und A. Hein, "No Title." 2011.
    @inproceedings{Pielawa.2011c,
      author = {Pielawa, Lukas and Poppen, Frank and Hein, Andreas},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{No Title}},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    H. Baumgartner, C. Gaefke, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "System Architecture for Palliative Care in the Home Environment," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 4. Deutscher Kongress: Demographischer Wandel - Assistenzsysteme aus der Forschung in den Markt, 2011.
    @inproceedings{Baumgartner.2011, abstract = {To establish modern technical communication and monitoring systems also in the private homes of patients with palliative care needs a special and complex architecture behind. With the help of modern communication technology the existing social network such friends, family or social services will be strengthened. Additionally a monitoring system helps to detect an upcoming crisis of the patient at an early stage to defuse the situation betimes, or - in case of eventuation - to cope with a crisis in an appropriate way with the help of a well elaborated information forwarding system. On that way depressive and unnecessary hospitalizations should be avoided, if possible. Medical care and business models in the sense of end-of-life-care will be evaluated within the PAALiativ project. The models will be developed with two groups of patients exemplarily, patients with pulmonary cancer and patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).},
      author = {Baumgartner, Hannah and Gaefke, Christiane and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 4. Deutscher Kongress: Demographischer Wandel - Assistenzsysteme aus der Forschung in den Markt},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      title = {{System Architecture for Palliative Care in the Home Environment}},
      year = {2011} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    L. Rölker-Denker, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "The organizational learning cube," in Handbook of Digital Homecare, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011.
    @incollection{RolkerDenker.2011,
      author = {R{\"{o}}lker-Denker, Lars and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Handbook of Digital Homecare},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      series = {Communications in Medical and Care Compunetics},
      title = {{The organizational learning cube}},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Kröger, M. Brell, M. Lipprandt, F. Müller, A. Helmer, und A. Hein, "IDEAAL, der Mensch im Mittelpunkt," in Proc. Demographischer Wandel – Assistenzsysteme aus der Forschung in den Markt 4. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung, Berlin, 2011.
    @inproceedings{Kroger.2011, abstract = {F{\"{u}}r die meisten Menschen ist ein selbst{\"{a}}ndiges Leben in ihrem h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeld die optimale Vorstellung vom Leben im Alter. Dazu m{\"{u}}ssen Konzepte, Produkte und Dienstleistungen erforscht und entwickelt werden, die die h{\"{a}}usliche Versorgung optimal unterst{\"{u}}tzen. Diese werden mit dem Begriff "Ambient Assisted Living" (AAL) bezeichnet. Um diese assistiven Technologien unter realen Bedingungen zu erforschen, wurde im OFFIS - Institut f{\"{u}}r Informatik ein Senioren-Appartement, die IDEAAL-Wohnung, mit Wohnzimmer, Schlaf- und Arbeitszimmer, K{\"{u}}che und Bad eingerichtet. Die IDEAAL-Wohnung dient zur Pr{\"{a}}sentation bereits entwickelter technischer Innovationen im Bereich AAL. Um der Komplexit{\"{a}}t computergest{\"{u}}tzter h{\"{a}}uslicher Assistenz gerecht zu werden, erf{\"{u}}llt sie dabei verschiedenste Anforderungen. Zum Einen ist sie ein Labor und dient sowohl der Erforschung von neuen Ans{\"{a}}tzen zur h{\"{a}}uslichen Unterst{\"{u}}tzung und Evaluierung technischer Machbarkeit und zum Anderen ist sie ein Demonstrationsraum zur Vorf{\"{u}}hrung der Ergebnisse wissenschaftlicher Projekte aus dem AAL-Kontext. Durch die zahlreichen Besucher aus den verschiedensten Disziplinen, wird die IDEAAL Wohnung durch ihr Feedback stetig weiterentwickelt.},
      address = {Berlin},
      author = {Kr{\"{o}}ger, Tobias and Brell, Melina and Lipprandt, Myriam and M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Helmer, Axel and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Demographischer Wandel – Assistenzsysteme aus der Forschung in den Markt 4. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{IDEAAL, der Mensch im Mittelpunkt}},
      year = {2011} }
  • [article] bibtex
    L. Pielawa, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "Mobile Dialyse für mehr Lebensqualität," Ivam-Inno, vol. 50, iss. 50, pp. 1-2, 2011.
    @article{Pielawa.2012, abstract = {Ein intelligentes und miniaturisiertes System zur Behandlung von Menschen mit Nieren- versagen soll erstmalig eine kontinuierliche Unterst{\"{u}}tzung erm{\"{o}}glichen. Dadurch werden Begleiterscheinungen der konventionellen Ans{\"{a}}tze verhindert. Mit dem mobilen Ger{\"{a}}t sollen Betroffene mehr Lebensqualit{\"{a}}t erfahren.},
      author = {Pielawa, Lukas and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      journal = {Ivam-Inno},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      number = {50},
      pages = {1--2},
      title = {{Mobile Dialyse f{\"{u}}r mehr Lebensqualit{\"{a}}t}},
      volume = {50},
      year = {2011} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    T. Frenken, E. Steen, M. Brell, W. Nebel, und A. Hein, "Motion Pattern Generation and Recognition for Mobility Assessments in Domestic Environments.," in Proceedings of the 1st Int. Living Usability Lab Workshop on AAL Latest Solutions, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011, pp. 3-12.
    @incollection{Frenken.2011b,
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Brell, Melina and Nebel, Wolfgang and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 1st Int. Living Usability Lab Workshop on AAL Latest Solutions},
      isbn = {978-989-8425-39-3},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {3--12},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      series = {Communications in Medical and Care Compunetics},
      title = {{Motion Pattern Generation and Recognition for Mobility Assessments in Domestic Environments.}},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    L. Pielawa, M. Brell, A. Hein, und O. V. Oldenburg, "Online Adaptive Physiological Models for Dialysis Therapy," in Proc. Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik, 2011, pp. 00-00.
    @inproceedings{Pielawa.2011b, abstract = {In dialysis therapy, like in many other fields of medical device technology, a trend towards home based devices is emerging. The challenge about performing previously stationary therapies in uncontrolled environments is the absence of medical experts able to prosecute the treatment. This task has to be taken over to some extend by the autonomously operated devices itself. The here presented approach bases on established models of dialysis and makes them capable to estimate online the physiological development during therapy sessions.},
      annote = {Online ISSN 1862-278X},
      author = {Pielawa, Lukas and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas and Oldenburg, Offis V},
      booktitle = {Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI,Informationenfehlen OFFIS als Autor?},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI,Informationenfehlen OFFIS als Autor?},
      pages = {00--00},
      publisher = {Walter de Gruyter},
      title = {{Online Adaptive Physiological Models for Dialysis Therapy}},
      volume = {56 (s1)},
      year = {2011} }
  • A. Helmer, M. Lipprandt, T. Frenken, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Empowering patients through personal health records: A survey of existing third-party web-based PHR products," Electronic Journal of Health Informatics, vol. 6, iss. 3, 2011.
    @article{Helmer.2011b, abstract = {Empowering people to play an active role in their own healthcare influences their health state positively. PHRs‘ features and functions are key factors for the empowerment of patients, but only little research has been done to date. This survey identifies PHR functions and properties that are relevant for patient empowerment and compiles a list of PHR products that are currently available on the market. Based on a literature review and former research work, a function taxonomy checklist including 6 domains and 58 subgroups of features was created. A list of products was compiled from two public directories that list PHRs and from the result of an explorative search that was performed utilizing various search engines. Together with the PHRs found during the scientific literature review this lead to an adjusted list of 48 products. Every product was analyzed by the usage of a questionnaire, that was sent to the product vendor, the public available information about the product, and whenever possible by the exploratory use of provided test accounts. There has been good support for most of the common features in the structured data, services, security and interface domain, whereas almost none of the PHRs use existing medical standards for the storage and communication of their data. At the present time, PHRs have implemented only basic features allowing only basic patient empowerment. The breakthrough for empowerment will require cost intensive implementations of medical standards to provide interoperability and health services which let the users make a choice for the usage of a PHR.},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and Lipprandt, Myriam and Frenken, Thomas and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      isbn = {1446-4381},
      issn = {1446-4381},
      journal = {Electronic Journal of Health Informatics},
      keywords = {Electronic health record,Empowerment,Informationenfehlen DOI,Medical computer-assisted decision making,Medical information systems,Patient empowerment,Personal health records,Standards},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      number = {3},
      title = {{Empowering patients through personal health records: A survey of existing third-party web-based PHR products}},
      url = {http://www.ejhi.net/ojs/index.php/ejhi/article/view/154},
      volume = {6},
      year = {2011} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Isken, B. Vester, T. Frenken, E. Steen, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "Enhancing Mobile Robots' Navigation through Mobility Assessments in Domestic Environments," in Ambient Assisted Living, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011, pp. 223-238.
    @incollection{Isken.2011, abstract = {A new concept to enhance mobile robot navigation in domestic environments by the use of mobility assessment data is presented. The concept is part of our overall approach to enabling more precise and reliable mobility assessment by the use of a mobile monitoring platform i.e. a mobile service robot equipped with a laser range scanner. We are basing our new approach on our previous work on the application of the potential field method to mobility trend analysis and the precise measurements of human movement trajectories by a laser range scanner. The enhancements to the robot's navigation enable more precise assessment results while ensuring to not hinder or endanger the human. While navigating the robot moves from one to another observation location and tries to avoid the user's movement paths whenever possible. Additionally, it adapts its own driving speed to the human's. We call these secure observation locations which provide better assessment results Optimal Observation Lots (OOL). The concept's algorithm, which was only implemented partially yet, contributes to our ultimate goal to develop an '‘off the shelf” robot that is placed in the user's home and is able to find its own observation spots and movement paths without further pre-programmed knowledge of the environment.},
      address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
      author = {Isken, Melvin and Vester, Bj{\"{o}}rn and Frenken, Thomas and Steen, Enno-Edzard and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-18167-2_16},
      isbn = {978-3-642-18166-5},
      keywords = {domesti,mobile service robot,mobility assessment},
      pages = {223--238},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      title = {{Enhancing Mobile Robots' Navigation through Mobility Assessments in Domestic Environments}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-642-18167-2{\_}16},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    O. ElGazzar, M. Onken, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Software tools for DICOM media exchange in clinical research: The SWABIK project," in Proc. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 2011, pp. 69-70.
    @inproceedings{ElGazzar.2011, abstract = {Purpose: Medical imaging plays an increasingly important role in extracting quantitative measurements for clinical trials. DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine) is used for the exchange of medical images in clinical routine for patient treatment and in clinical research for performing clinical trial analysis on subjects' images. DICOM storage media, so called patient CD/DVD, are conventionally used for the interchange of medical images in clinical trials. They allow lossless image transmission in terms of image quality. Furthermore, the recipient is able to import the clinical trial medical images into a standard image archive system (PACS). Media exchange in clinical research has a workflow which is different from clinical routine. Figure 1 shows a use case for a clinical trial workflow [1]. First, the user selects images of interest for a certain clinical trial. Second, patient related information which could lead to his/her identification and which is not required for the clinical trial analysis is removed from the selected images to protect the patient's privacy. Third, the patient in a clinical trial is uniquely identified as a subject by adding the specific clinical trial data attributes to the DICOM header. In addition, information about the clinical trial protocol and the subject is filled into a separate transmittal form. Fourth, the resulting DICOM images are written to a DICOM CD/DVD and checked to ensure that the patient identification information is actually protected. The transmittal forms and the DICOM Media are submitted to a clinical trial coordination center where they are collected, processed and analyzed. On the recipient's side, quality assurance procedures are performed to check that the (Figure Presented) media satisfy their intended purpose. Media that pass the quality checks are imported to the image archive system. Images are then retrieved in order to be visualized and analyzed by radiologists or other experts. Finally, the assessments of the clinical trial are submitted to the clinical trial sponsor. The SWABIK (Software Tools for DICOM Media in Clinical Research) project aims at boosting the efficiency and effectiveness of media exchange workflow in clinical research. Best-practice guidelines are provided for exporting and importing DICOM Media. Furthermore, standardized software tools are developed for assembling images, pseudonymizing selected images, creating DICOM CD/DVD, checking media content for quality assurance, and importing such media at the recipient's side. Methods: Within the scope of the SWABIK project, open source software tools are developed for creating DICOM Media and safely importing them at the recipient's side in the context of clinical trials. This includes a tool for image selection according to IHE Teaching File and Clinical Trial Export (TCE) profile, a tool for pseudonymization, a tool for composing media content and writing it to CD/DVD based on the specifications of the DRG Media Exchange Certificate project and IHE Portable Data for Imaging (PDI) profile as well as tools for Quality Assurance and media import. Pseudonymization In clinical trials, original patient identification information has to be removed to protect the patient's privacy. However, some information may have to be retained in order to perform a meaningful clinical trial analysis (e.g. patient's age, patient's weight, etc.). The user should be able to configure which DICOM attributes to remove, or to replace with dummy values and how dummy values are generated [2]. After removing patient identification information, the patient is uniquely identified as a subject in the context of a clinical trial. Therefore, DICOM standard provides descriptive information which is inserted into the DICOM header [3]. The patient is uniquely identified as a subject by the combination of the Clinical Trial Subject ID, the Clinical Trial Site ID and the Clinical Trial Protocol ID. Sometimes the coordination center issues the subject ID as a global unique identifier for the patient throughout all the imaging sites. In this case, the site ID is not required for identifying the subject. Furthermore, the Clinical Trial Time Point is used to identify a time instance for the submission of a study in a clinical trial (e.g. the clinical trial phase). Quality assurance Quality assurance procedures are performed on the receiver's side before images are visualized and analyzed by radiologists. Such procedures can be divided into two types of quality checks: manual and automatic. The manual check includes visual inspection of the DICOM images and visualization of the DICOM content to check for the overall image quality and conformance to the clinical trial protocol requirements. For example, manual visual inspection check could include checking whether the anatomy of interest is covered, checking the patient positioning during the scan and checking for absence of undesired image artifacts such as motion artifacts. Furthermore, acquisition parameters depending on the modality type are included in the check. For example, CT acquisition parameters such as kVp, mAs, pitch, slice thickness and contrast are important for a consistent and reproducible image analysis. On the other hand, the automatic check includes validation of the DICOM content to check whether the DICOM attributes required for the clinical trial analysis are correctly encoded. The user will be given a feedback signal such as a red, yellow or green signal (i.e. traffic lights) to decide on the go or non-go of a medium in a certain workflow. This indicates for him the interoperability of the medium content, its readability on other systems and its usability for a certain purpose (e.g. MRP, 3D, etc.). Software requirements The software tools developed are required to be open source, freely available for download, simple to use by doctors, flexible to be configured, adaptable to different clinical trials, maintainable to support future requirements and cross-platform supporting multiple OS (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X,...etc.) based on OFFIS DICOM Toolkit (DCMTK) and Nokia's QT GUI toolkit. Results: A preliminary version of the best-practice guidelines for supporting DICOM Media exchange in clinical research has been developed. The guidelines provide recommendations on the workflow of media export and import in the clinical trials context. The guidelines document can be downloaded from the project website at www.dicom-cd.org Conclusions: DICOM Media are the traditional method for exchanging medical images in clinical trials. Best-practice guidelines have been developed to support users creating and importing such media in this context. The guidelines and the software developed enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the clinical trials workflow.},
      author = {ElGazzar, Omar and Onken, Michael and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery},
      isbn = {1861-6410},
      issn = {1861-6410},
      keywords = {*clinical research,*clinical trial (topic),*computer,*computer program,*digital imaging and communications in medicine,*quality control,*radiology,*surgery,Informationenfehlen DOI,artifact,book,clinical trial,diagnostic imaging,feedback system,human,image analysis,image quality,imaging,information center,patient,patient identification,patient positioning,physician,practice guideline,privacy,radiologist,reading,recipient,storage,teaching,thickness,traffic,weight,workflow,writing},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {69--70},
      title = {{Software tools for DICOM media exchange in clinical research: The SWABIK project}},
      url = {http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS{\&}PAGE=reference{\&}D=emed10{\&}NEWS=N{\&}AN=70492763},
      volume = {6},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Isken, T. Frenken, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "Robot interaction with domestic environments considering AAL services and smart home technologies," in Proc. Workshop Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, 2011, pp. 810-821.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2011c, abstract = {In this paper we compare domestic service robot systems and home automation systems with a combined approach where robots make use of the surrounding home automation and show the advantages and disadvantages of this combination. Home automation and smart home technologies as well as mobile service robots have become more and more accepted within the last years. Prices decrease and supply increases so both technologies become more affordable. It is a common approach to use separately either one technology or the other. A combination of both systems can make sense in various situations. We describe benefits and drawbacks by having a look at a mobility assessment experiment that is done by the robot, the smart home and both mixed.},
      author = {Isken, Melvin and Frenken, Thomas and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Workshop Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Environments},
      doi = {10.3233/978-1-60750-795-6-810},
      editor = {Augusto, J.C. and Aghajan, H. and Callaghan, V. and Cook, D.J. and O'Donoghue, J. and Egerton, S. and Gardner, M. and Johnson, B.D. and Kovalchuk, Y. and L{\'{o}}pez-C{\'{o}}zar, R. and Mikuleck{\'{y}},
      P. and Ng, J.W.P. and Poppe, R. and Wang, M.J. and Zamudio, V.},
      isbn = {978-1-60750-794-9},
      keywords = {ambient assisted living,home automation,mobile robotics},
      pages = {810--821},
      publisher = {IOS Press},
      title = {{Robot interaction with domestic environments considering AAL services and smart home technologies}},
      volume = {10},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    C. Lien, M. Onken, M. Eichelberg, T. Kao, und A. Hein, "Open source tools for standardized privacy protection of medical images," in Proc. Proceedings SPIE, 2011, p. 79670.
    @inproceedings{Lien.2011, abstract = {In addition to the primary care context, medical images are often useful for research projects and community healthcare networks, so-called "secondary use". Patient privacy becomes an issue in such scenarios since the disclosure of personal health information (PHI) has to be prevented in a sharing environment. In general, most PHIs should be completely removed from the images according to the respective privacy regulations, but some basic and alleviated data is usually required for accurate image interpretation. Our objective is to utilize and enhance these specifications in order to provide reliable software implementations for de- and re-identification of medical images suitable for online and offline delivery. DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) images are de-identified by replacing PHI-specific information with values still being reasonable for imaging diagnosis and patient indexing. In this paper, this approach is evaluated based on a prototype implementation built on top of the open source framework DCMTK (DICOM Toolkit) utilizing standardized de- and re-identification mechanisms. A set of tools has been developed for DICOM de-identification that meets privacy requirements of an offline and online sharing environment and fully relies on standard-based methods.},
      author = {Lien, Chung-Yueh and Onken, Michael and Eichelberg, Marco and Kao, Tsair and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings SPIE},
      doi = {10.1117/12.877989},
      editor = {Boonn, William W. and Liu, Brent J.},
      keywords = {dcmtk,de-identification,dicom,media encryption,privacy},
      month = {mar},
      pages = {79670M},
      title = {{Open source tools for standardized privacy protection of medical images}},
      url = {http://proceedings.spiedigitallibrary.org/proceeding.aspx?doi=10.1117/12.877989},
      volume = {7967},
      year = {2011} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    O. Koslowski, M. Lipprandt, C. Busch, M. Eichelberg, F. Müller, D. Willemsen, B. L. Gökçe. Ertürkmen, A. Dogac, und A. Hein, "A Retrospective View of a Rehabilitation Homecare Scenario for Cardiac Patients," in Handbook of Digital Homecare SE - 20, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011, vol. 3, pp. 181-196.
    @incollection{Koslowski.2011, abstract = {The SAPHIRE project aimed to develop an intelligent healthcare monitoring and decision support system on a platform integrating the wireless medical sensor data with hospital information systems. In this paper one of the two demonstrator environments—the homecare scenario—is described from the medical and technical point of view. A retrospective view of the technical and medical internal challenges of the homecare scenario of the project is given. Also the external challenges that influenced the project, like economic aspects and legal issues, are being discussed. Furthermore, an outlook on the follow-up project OSAmI is given with regards to the experience learned from SAPHIRE (http://www.srdc.com.tr/metu-srdc/webpage/projects/saphire).},
      author = {Koslowski, Oliver and Lipprandt, Myriam and Busch, Clemens and Eichelberg, Marco and M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Willemsen, Detlev and Ert{\"{u}}rkmen, G{\"{o}}k{\c{c}}e Banu Laleci and Dogac, Asuman and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Handbook of Digital Homecare SE - 20},
      doi = {10.1007/8754_2011_20},
      isbn = {978-3-642-19646-1},
      keywords = {Cardiologic rehabilitation systems,Homecare,Tele-rehabilitation},
      pages = {181--196},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      series = {Communications in Medical and Care Compunetics},
      title = {{A Retrospective View of a Rehabilitation Homecare Scenario for Cardiac Patients}},
      url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/8754{\_}2011{\_}20 http://link.springer.com/10.1007/8754{\_}2011{\_}20},
      volume = {3},
      year = {2011} }
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    T. Frenken, B. Vester, M. Brell, und A. Hein, "aTUG: Fully-automated Timed Up and Go Assessment Using Ambient Sensor Technologies," in Proc. Proceedings of the 5th International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, Dublin, 2011, pp. 55-62.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2011, abstract = {A novel approach to fully automating the Timed Up {\&} Go (TUG) assessment test in professional and domestic environments is presented. The approach, called aTUG, is based on the usage of ambient sensor technologies i.e. two light barriers, four force sensors, and a laser range scanner built into a single apparatus i.e. a chair. aTUG supports execution and documentation of traditional TUG and enhanced component-based TUG. aTUG defines five components: Standing up, walking there, turning, walking back, and sitting down. Algorithms for detection of those components and for computation of their duration and the duration of the whole TUG are presented. An experiment with five elderly patients aged 74-91 years, four female, one male, most multi-morbid has been conducted in a residential care facility in Oldenburg, Germany. Results of the experiment show that aTUG can reliably and precisely measure total duration of TUG and durations of the single components with mean error of only 0.05 seconds and mean standard deviation of 0.59 seconds using especially its force and range measurements. German patent is pending for the presented approach.},
      address = {Dublin},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Vester, Bj{\"{o}}rn and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare},
      doi = {10.4108/icst.pervasivehealth.2011.245985},
      isbn = {978-1-936968-15-2},
      keywords = {VIP,force sensors geriatrics optical scanners Germany},
      mendeley-tags = {VIP},
      pages = {55--62},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{aTUG: Fully-automated Timed Up and Go Assessment Using Ambient Sensor Technologies}},
      url = {http://eudl.eu/doi/10.4108/icst.pervasivehealth.2011.245985},
      year = {2011} }
  • A. Helmer, M. Lipprandt, T. Frenken, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "3DLC: A Comprehensive Model for Personal Health Records Supporting New Types of Medical Applications," Journal of Healthcare Engineering, vol. 2, iss. 3, pp. 321-336, 2011.
    @article{Helmer.2011, abstract = {Motivated by the demographic change, many new medical applications are$\backslash$ninstalled in the user's home environment. These applications make use of$\backslash$nambient sensors, enabling new forms of medical care. Personal Health$\backslash$nRecords (PHRs) are an instrument for the storage, presentation and$\backslash$ncommunication of health related data provided by these applications. But$\backslash$nthere are still open issues regarding the cooperation between PHRs and$\backslash$nthe new applications. On the basis of two medical application scenarios,$\backslash$nwe developed a new model which defines the appropriate level of$\backslash$nabstraction of data generated by medical applications to be stored$\backslash$ninside the PHR. The model also determines which part of these data is$\backslash$nrelevant for the clinical decision making process, and how these data$\backslash$nshould be communicated to physicians. This paper describes the 3DLC$\backslash$nmodel, which uses three dimensions (clinical decision, frequency and$\backslash$ncontext dependence) to determine the type of the data. We further$\backslash$nintroduce a prototype PHR system that is able to fulfil the requirements$\backslash$nof our scenarios.},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and Lipprandt, Myriam and Frenken, Thomas and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      doi = {10.1260/2040-2295.2.3.321},
      issn = {2040-2295},
      journal = {Journal of Healthcare Engineering},
      keywords = {VIP,assistive technology,data model,home care,medical information systems,personal health records,phr},
      mendeley-tags = {VIP},
      month = {sep},
      number = {3},
      pages = {321--336},
      title = {{3DLC: A Comprehensive Model for Personal Health Records Supporting New Types of Medical Applications}},
      url = {http://www.hindawi.com/journals/jhe/2011/936420/},
      volume = {2},
      year = {2011} }
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    A. Helmer, F. Kretschmer, F. Müller, M. Eichelberg, R. Deparade, U. Tegtbur, M. Marschollek, und A. Hein, "Integration of medical models in personal health records using the example of rehabilitation training for cardiopulmonary patients," in Proc. 2011 4th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (BMEI), Shanghai, 2011, pp. 1887-1892.
    @inproceedings{Helmer.2011d, abstract = {This article presents a prediction model for the development of the heart rate during rehabilitation training in patients suffering from cardiopulmonary diseases. The model helps to ensure a safe and effective training. Furthermore, the integration of the model into a personal health record system facilitating interoperability among doctors, hospitals and other healthcare institutions is discussed.},
      address = {Shanghai},
      annote = {ISBN / ISSN 978-1-4577-1447-4},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and Kretschmer, Friedrich and M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Eichelberg, Marco and Deparade, Riana and Tegtbur, Uwe and Marschollek, Michael and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {2011 4th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (BMEI)},
      doi = {10.1109/BMEI.2011.6098739},
      isbn = {978-1-4244-9352-4},
      month = {oct},
      pages = {1887--1892},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      series = {Communications in Medical and Care Compunetics},
      title = {{Integration of medical models in personal health records using the example of rehabilitation training for cardiopulmonary patients}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=6098739},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Yang, C. E. Chronaki, C. Lüpkes, A. Thiel, M. Plößnig, L. Hinterbuchner, E. Arbelo, G. B. Laleci, Y. Kabak, F. Duarte, A. Guillen, X. Navarro, A. Dogac, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Guideline-Driven Telemonitoring and Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices using IEEE 11073, HL7 & IHE Profiles," in Proc. Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE, 2011, pp. 3192-3196.
    @inproceedings{PI:201115, abstract = {For patients with Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices (CIEDs), telemonitoring promises improved quality of life and safety, since events recorded by the device or observed by the patient can alert a health professional. Taking into account the latest clinical guidelines when responding to such alerts, is a topic of active research addressed by the iCARDEA project. A key technical challenge is correlating telemonitoring CIED report data in a vendor-independent format with Electronic Health Record (EHR) data collected in the hospital and Personal Health Record (PHR) data entered by the patient, in guideline-driven care processes. The iCARDEA CIED exposure service component presented in this paper employs standards specifications from ISO/IEEE 11073 (Health Informatics, Point-of-care Medical Device Communication) and HL7v2.x in the context of Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) profiles to deliver telemonitoring CIED report data from two different CIED vendors to the adaptive care planner that implements guideline-driven care plans. Experience gained with implementation and initial component testing is discussed, while challenges and expectations for future health information standards to effectively support EHR-integrated guide-line-driven telemonitoring services are highlighted.},
      author = {Yang, Maohua and Chronaki, Catherine E. and L{\"{u}}pkes, Christian and Thiel, Andreas and Pl{\"{o}}{\ss}nig, Manuela and Hinterbuchner, Lynne and Arbelo, Elena and Laleci, Gokce Banu and Kabak, Yildiray and Duarte, Fernandez and Guillen, Alejandra and Navarro, Xavier and Dogac, Asuman and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE},
      doi = {10.1109/IEMBS.2011.6090869},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Yang et al. - 2011 - Guideline-Driven Telemonitoring and Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices using IEEE 11073, HL.pdf:pdf;:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Yang et al. - 2011 - Guideline-Driven Telemonitoring and Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices using IEEE 11073, HL.doc:doc},
      isbn = {978-1-4577-1589-1},
      issn = {1557170X},
      month = {aug},
      pages = {3192--3196},
      pmid = {22255018},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      series = {Communications in Medical and Care Compunetics},
      title = {{Guideline-Driven Telemonitoring and Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices using IEEE 11073, HL7 {\&} IHE Profiles}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=6090869},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Yang, C. E. Chronaki, C. Lüpkes, A. Thiel, M. Plößnig, L. Hinterbuchner, E. Arbelo, A. Dogac, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "iCARDEA: Practical Data Integration for the Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Patients in Cardiological Departments," in Proc. Computing in Cardiology 2011, 2011, pp. 589-592.
    @inproceedings{PI:201118, abstract = {In cardiology departments supporting implantation and follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices (CIED), relevant clinical data reside in autonomous healthcare information systems that support different health information technology (HIT) standards and proprietary data formats. Each organization chooses the Electronic Health Record (EHR) integration solutions, underlying technologies, and HIT standards based on their needs, experience and budget. However, without efficient data integration, significant gaps in workflow will continue to hinder immediate availability of critical medical information and limit optimal utilization of clinical and human resources. This paper presents iCARDEA cross-healthcare platform from the view of the cardiology department, driven by the story of fictitious patient with remote CIED monitoring and own Personal Health Record (PHR), supported by personalized care plan and cutting-edge eHealth innovation. {\textcopyright} 2011 CCAL.},
      annote = {From Duplicate 1 (iCARDEA: Practical Data Integration for the Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Patients in Cardiological Departments - Yang, Maohua; Chronaki, Catherine E; L{\"{u}}pkes, Christian; Thiel, Andreas; Pl{\"{o}}$\backslash$"snig, Manuela; Hinterbuchner, Lynne; Arbelo, Elena; Dogac, Asuman; Eichelberg, Marco; Hein, Andreas) ISSN 0276-6574 From Duplicate 2 (iCARDEA: Practical data integration for the follow-up of cardiovascular implantable electronic device patients in cardiology departments - Yang, Maohua; Chronaki, Catherine E.; L{\"{u}}pkes, Christian; Thiel, Andreas; Pl{\"{o}}{\ss}nig, Manuela; Hinterbuchner, Lynne; Arbelo, Elena; Dogac, Asuman; Eichelberg, Marco; Hein, Andreas) Print ISBN: 978-1-4577-0612-7},
      author = {Yang, Maohua and Chronaki, Catherine E. and L{\"{u}}pkes, Christian and Thiel, Andreas and Pl{\"{o}}{\ss}nig, Manuela and Hinterbuchner, Lynne and Arbelo, Elena and Dogac, Asuman and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Computing in Cardiology 2011},
      editor = {Murray, Alan},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Yang et al. - 2011 - iCARDEA Practical Data Integration for the Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Patients in Ca.pdf:pdf;:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Yang et al. - 2011 - iCARDEA Practical Data Integration for the Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Patients in C.docx:docx},
      isbn = {9781457706127},
      issn = {23258861},
      organization = {IEEE},
      pages = {589--592},
      publisher = {IEEE Computer Society Press},
      title = {{iCARDEA: Practical Data Integration for the Follow-up of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Patients in Cardiological Departments}},
      url = {http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84860009889{\&}partnerID=40{\&}md5=e208e0abf7d6e59f186d5cc757ec8b60{\%}5Cnhttp://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84860009889{\&}partnerID=tZOtx3y1},
      volume = {38},
      year = {2011} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Brell, M. Isken, und A. Hein, "Automatisierte Viskoelastizitäts- und Rauigkeitsmessungen zur Frühdiagnose bei Arthrose." 2010.
    @inproceedings{Brell.2010b,
      author = {Brell, Melina and Isken, Melvin and Hein, Andreas},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Automatisierte Viskoelastizit{\"{a}}ts- und Rauigkeitsmessungen zur Fr{\"{u}}hdiagnose bei Arthrose}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    L. Pielawa und A. Hein, "Physiologische Überwachung in der Nierenersatztherapie." 2010.
    @inproceedings{Pielawa.2010, abstract = {Der generelle Trend zu nichtstation{\"{a}}rer Behandlung ist zunehmend auch in der Dialyse zugegen. Neue Methoden wie die n{\"{a}}chtliche H{\"{a}}modialyse oder die tragbare, k{\"{u}}nstliche Niere sollen sogar im h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeld des Patienten eingesetzt werden. Da bei dezentral durchgef{\"{u}}hrten Verfahren kein Mediziner zugegen ist, gehen diese mit geringen Kontrollm{\"{o}}glichkeiten f{\"{u}}r physiologische Parameter eines Patienten einher und erfordern eine automatisierte Steuerung. Es wurde analysiert welche Gr{\"{o}}{\ss}en zur {\"{U}}berwachung der Physiologie eines Patienten w{\"{a}}hrend der Nierenersatztherapie entscheidend und technisch messbar sind. Hierbei wurden insbesondere Abh{\"{a}}ngigkeiten zwischen einzelnen Attributen ber{\"{u}}cksichtigt und die Werte kollektiv betrachtet, um Aussagen {\"{u}}ber einen umfassenden Zustand des Patienten zu treffen.},
      author = {Pielawa, Lukas and Hein, Andreas},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI/URL},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI/URL},
      title = {{Physiologische {\"{U}}berwachung in der Nierenersatztherapie}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Puls und A. Hein, "3D-Trajectory Control for Quadrocopter." 2010.
    @inproceedings{Puls.2010, abstract = {Motivation for the investigation of a 3D-trajectory control is the demand for Unattended Aerial Systems (UAS) capable of fulfilling e.g. surveillance tasks in contaminated or in inaccessible areas without any assistance of a human pilot. Hence, this paper deals with the development of such a control algorithm able to follow any kind of 3D-trajectory. In the following chapters the 3D-trajectory control algorithm is described. Many simulations were done to find the optimal trajectory course. Further, the control algorithm was implemented on a flight demonstrator for validation and experimental results are provided.},
      author = {Puls, Tim and Hein, Andreas},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{3D-Trajectory Control for Quadrocopter}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [misc] bibtex
    M. Isken, T. Frenken, M. Brell, und A. Hein, Robotergestütztes Mobilitäts-Assessment für Rehabilitation und Geriatrie, 2010.
    @misc{Isken.2010,
      author = {Isken, Melvin and Frenken, Thomas and Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      institution = {Gesellschaft deutscher Naturforscher und {\"{A}}rzte},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen,Poster},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen,Poster},
      title = {{Robotergest{\"{u}}tztes Mobilit{\"{a}}ts-Assessment f{\"{u}}r Rehabilitation und Geriatrie}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    O. Nee und A. Hein, "Clinical Decision Support with Guidelines and Bayesian Networks," in Advances in Decision Support Systems, INTECH, 2010, pp. 117-138.
    @incollection{Nee.2010,
      author = {Nee, Oliver and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Advances in Decision Support Systems},
      isbn = {978-953-307-069-8},
      number = {March},
      pages = {117--138},
      publisher = {INTECH},
      title = {{Clinical Decision Support with Guidelines and Bayesian Networks}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Eichelberg, A. Rein, F. Blisching, und L. Wolf, "The GAL middleware platform for AAL: A Case Study," in Proc. 12th IEEE International Conference on e-Health Networking, Application and Services, Healthcom 2010, 2010.
    @inproceedings{Eichelberg.2010, abstract = {GAL, the Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing, investigates how information and communication technology can provide for better environments for ageing. This paper describes a service oriented middleware platform for Ambient Assisted Living and its use in a number of different assistive systems developed in the GAL project: personal activity and household assistant, monitoring of preventive and rehabilitation sports, sensor-based activity determination, and sensor-based fall prevention and recognition. Besides a detailed description of the middleware platform and its elements and interfaces, central infrastructure services and their particularly applications in the different use cases are presented.},
      author = {Eichelberg, Marco and Rein, Andreas and Blisching, Felix and Wolf, Lars},
      booktitle = {12th IEEE International Conference on e-Health Networking, Application and Services, Healthcom 2010},
      doi = {10.1109/HEALTH.2010.5556589},
      isbn = {9781424463749},
      keywords = {AAL,Middleware,OSGi,Service oriented architecture},
      title = {{The GAL middleware platform for AAL: A Case Study}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Frenken, M. Brell, M. Eichelberg, M. Gietzelt, B. Martens, E. M. Meyer, J. Spehr, O. Wilken, und A. Hein, "Assistive Technologies for Supporting People with Dementia," in Proc. AALIANCE Conference, 2010.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2010, abstract = {New approaches are required to address the need of care for the increasing$\backslash$nnumber of dementia patients reaching 115 million worldwide in 2050.$\backslash$nThis article discusses research on a combined AAL approach that enables$\backslash$nearly diagnosis through mobility assessment, assessment of need of$\backslash$ncare by activity monitoring, estimation of fall risk, and support$\backslash$nfor everyday life activities for dementia patients in their domestic$\backslash$nenvironments.},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Brell, Melina and Eichelberg, Marco and Gietzelt, Matthias and Martens, Birger and Meyer, Eike Michael and Spehr, Jens and Wilken, Olaf and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {AALIANCE Conference},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      publisher = {AALIANCE - The European Ambient Assisted Living Innovation Alliance},
      title = {{Assistive Technologies for Supporting People with Dementia}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [article] bibtex
    E. Steen, T. Frenken, M. Eichelberg, und A. Hein, "Unaufdringliche Mobilitäts-Trendanalyse im häuslichen Umfeld," APS+PC-Nachrichten, vol. Ambient As, pp. 40-44, 2010.
    @article{Steen.2010, annote = {Title Unaufdringliche Mobilit{\"{a}}ts-Trendanalyse im h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeld All authors Steen, Enno-Edzard and Frenken, Thomas and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas Booktitle APS+PC-Nachrichten Publishing date 12 / 2010 Type of Publication article Editor ITG/GI-Fachgruppe Arbeitsplatzrechensysteme und Personal Computing Volume Ambient Assisted Living Pages 40-44},
      author = {Steen, Enno-Edzard and Frenken, Thomas and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas},
      journal = {APS+PC-Nachrichten},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {40--44},
      title = {{Unaufdringliche Mobilit{\"{a}}ts-Trendanalyse im h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeld}},
      volume = {Ambient As},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Frenken, M. Lipprandt, R. Kluthe, und A. Hein, "Eine kosteneffektive und flexible AAL-Plattform am Beispiel eines integrierten Versorgungsprozesses," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs, 2010.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2010b, abstract = {Es wird eine technische Plattform zur Integration des h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfelds in das Gesundheitssystem bzw. in Gesund-heitsnetzwerke beschrieben. Die Plattform umfasst ein Konzept zum Datenaustausch, kosteng{\"{u}}nstige Hardware und eine Software-Architektur. Die angestrebte Integration hat das Potential, Kosten zu sparen und gef{\"{u}}hlte Lebensqualit{\"{a}}t zu erh{\"{o}}hen, indem direkt in der h{\"{a}}uslichen Umgebung gesammelte und ausgewertete Daten zur Fr{\"{u}}herkennung genutzt werden. Die Erkennung von Ver{\"{a}}nderung der Mobilit{\"{a}}t ist von besonderem Interesse. Diese Fr{\"{u}}herkennung erm{\"{o}}glicht die Bereitstellung eines zielgerichteten, individuellen und durchg{\"{a}}ngigen Angebots an technisch unterst{\"{u}}tzten Pr{\"{a}}ventions- und Unterst{\"{u}}tzungsleistungen direkt in der h{\"{a}}uslichen Umgebung. Bislang fehlt es jedoch an einer geeigneten technischen Plattform, die die ben{\"{o}}tigte Erreichbarkeit der Menschen gew{\"{a}}hrleistet. Vorgeschlagene Architekturen im Bereich des Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) beschr{\"{a}}nken sich bislang auf die Unterst{\"{u}}tzung von Diensten in der h{\"{a}}uslichen Umgebung und behandeln nicht die Bereitstellung der Dienstleistung in der h{\"{a}}uslichen Umgebung und den Transfer gesammelter Daten zu den Versorgern. Im Rahmen des PAGE-Projektes wird eine Plattform entwickelt, welche sich auch dieser Problemstellung annimmt. Anhand eines Szenarios aus der integrierten Versorgung werden relevante Aspekte der entwickelten Plattform f{\"{u}}r eine Integration beschrieben.},
      annote = {ISBN 978-3-8007-3209-8},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Lipprandt, Myriam and Kluthe, Ralf and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Eine kosteneffektive und flexible AAL-Plattform am Beispiel eines integrierten Versorgungsprozesses}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Frenken, H. Baumgartner, C. Scheve, J. Meyer, J. Ulbts, und A. Hein, "Selbstbestimmt im letzten Lebensjahr: AAL-Technologien im Kontext der End-of-Life-Care," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs, Berlin, 2010.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2010d, abstract = {Palliativpatienten den Aufenthalt zu Hause oder im vertrauten Umfeld zu erm{\"{o}}glichen bzw. zu erleichtern, ist das Ziel des Ende des Jahres 2009 gestarteten Projektes PAALiativ. Moderne technische Kommunikations- und Monitoring-systeme sollen auch im privaten Umfeld von Palliativpatienten etabliert werden und mit den bestehenden sozialen Netzwerken, bestehend aus Angeh{\"{o}}rigen, sozialen Dienstleistern und Medizinern, verbunden werden. Aufgabe des Monitoringsystems ist es, aufkommende Ver{\"{a}}nderungen im Zustand des Patienten fr{\"{u}}hzeitig zu erkennen und m{\"{o}}gliche Krisen so bereits im Vorfeld zu deeskalieren oder, im Falle des Eintretens, mit Hilfe einer angemessenen Informationslogistik und Interpretation zu meistern. Auf diesem Wege k{\"{o}}nnen belastende und unn{\"{o}}tige Krankenhausaufenthalte am Lebensende vermieden werden. Versorgungs- und Gesch{\"{a}}ftsmodelle im Sinne der end-of-life-care werden innerhalb des Projektes exemplarisch an Patienten mit einem Lungenkarzinom (Tumorpatienten) und Patienten mit chronisch obstruktiver Lungenerkrankung (COPD, Nicht-Tumorpatienten) umgesetzt.},
      address = {Berlin},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Baumgartner, Hannah and Scheve, Ch. and Meyer, Jochen and Ulbts, J{\"{u}}rgen and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI,Informationenfehlen Vornamen Autoren},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI,Informationenfehlen Vornamen Autoren},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Selbstbestimmt im letzten Lebensjahr: AAL-Technologien im Kontext der End-of-Life-Care}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Gorath, M. Eichelberg, A. Hein, E. Zeeb, F. Golatowski, und D. Timmermann, "Technologieunabhängige Geräteintegration des OSAmI-Projekts," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs, Berlin, 2010.
    @inproceedings{Gorath.2010, abstract = {Eine zentrale Komponente vieler AAL-Systeme ist die Anbindung unterschiedlichster Sensoren und Aktuatoren an eine Plattform, auf der die Daten zusammengef{\"{u}}hrt und gemeinsam ausgewertet werden. Dabei kommen unterschiedlichste Ger{\"{a}}te aus den Bereichen Geb{\"{a}}udeautomation und Medizintechnik zum Einsatz. Die Anbindung der Komponenten er-folgt drahtgebunden oder drahtlos, und h{\"{a}}ufig verwendet derselbe Ger{\"{a}}tetyp von unterschiedlichen Herstellern unter-schiedliche Protokolle oder inkompatible Datenformate. Dies verursacht bei der Entwicklung und Pflege von AAL-Systemen einen erheblichen Aufwand f{\"{u}}r die Ger{\"{a}}teintegration. Im Rahmen des Projekts OSAmI (Open Source Ambient Intelligence) wird eine flexible Diensteinfrastruktur geschaffen, welche f{\"{u}}r unterschiedlichste Anwendungen in den Be-reichen AAL und Ambient Intelligence eingesetzt werden kann. Eine Kernkomponente dieser Diensteinfrastruktur ist die in diesem Beitrag beschriebene L{\"{o}}sung f{\"{u}}r eine technologieneutrale Ger{\"{a}}teintegration in einem OSGi-Framework.},
      address = {Berlin},
      annote = {ISBN / ISSN 978-3-8007-3209-8},
      author = {Gorath, Torsten and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas and Zeeb, Elmar and Golatowski, Frank and Timmermann, Dirk},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs},
      isbn = {978-3-8007-3209-8},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Technologieunabh{\"{a}}ngige Ger{\"{a}}teintegration des OSAmI-Projekts}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [article] bibtex
    R. Haux, A. Hein, M. Eichelberg, J. Appell, H. Appelrath, C. Bartsch, T. Bisitz, J. Bitzer, M. Blau, S. Boll, M. Buschermöhle, F. Büsching, B. Erdmann, U. Fachinger, und J. Felber, "The Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing (GAL)– Towards Interdisciplinary Research on ICT in Ageing Societies.," Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 35, iss. 3-4, pp. 92-103, 2010.
    @article{Haux.2010, abstract = {Worldwide, ageing societies are bringing challenges for independent living and healthcare. Health-enabling technologies for pervasive healthcare and sensor-enhanced health information systems offer new opportunities for care. In order to identify, implement and assess such new information and communication technologies (ICT) the ‘Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing' (GAL) has been launched in 2008 as interdisciplinary research project. In this publication, we inform about the goals and structure of GAL, including first outcomes, as well as to discuss the potentials and possible barriers of such highly interdisciplinary research projects in the field of health- enabling technologies for pervasive healthcare. Although GAL's high interdisciplinarity at the beginning slowed down the speed of research progress, we can now work on problems, which can hardly be solved by one or few disciplines alone. Interdisciplinary research projects on ICT in ageing societies are needed and recommended.},
      author = {Haux, Reinhold and Hein, Andreas and Eichelberg, Marco and Appell, Jens-Ekkehart and Appelrath, Hans-J{\"{u}}rgen and Bartsch, Christian and Bisitz, Thomas and Bitzer, J{\"{o}}rg and Blau, Matthias and Boll, Susanne and Buscherm{\"{o}}hle, Michael and B{\"{u}}sching, Felix and Erdmann, Birte and Fachinger, Uwe and Felber, Juliane},
      journal = {Informatics for Health and Social Care},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      number = {3-4},
      pages = {92--103},
      title = {{The Lower Saxony Research Network Design of Environments for Ageing (GAL)– Towards Interdisciplinary Research on ICT in Ageing Societies.}},
      volume = {35},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    A. Helmer, B. Song, W. Ludwig, M. Schulze, M. Eichelberg, A. Hein, U. Tegtbur, R. Kayser, R. Haux, und M. Marschollek, "A sensor-enhanced health information system to support automatically controlled exercise training of COPD patients," in Proc. Proceedings of the 4th International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, 2010, p. 6 pp.
    @inproceedings{AxelHelmerBianyingSongWolframLudwigMareikeSchulzeMarcoEichelbergAndreasHeinUweTe.2010, abstract = {For an improvement of the quality of life for patients suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) we developed a concept and prototype of a sensor-enhanced health information system. This system includes a component that is monitoring the rehabilitation training and automatically controls the target load for the exercise on the basis of his or her vital data. The system also detects potentially critical health states and communicates alarms to external users. The component interacts with a personal electronic health record (PHR) that provides additional health related information for the decision making process, as feedback to the user and as an opportunity for physicians to optimize the users exercise plan. The PHR uses current medical informatics standards to store and transmit training data to health care professionals and to provide a maximum of interoperability with their information systems. We have integrated these components in a service oriented platform design that is located in the home environment of the user.},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and Song, Bianying and Ludwig, Wolfram and Schulze, Mareike and Eichelberg, Marco and Hein, Andreas and Tegtbur, Uwe and Kayser, Riana and Haux, Reinhold and Marschollek, Michael},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 4th International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare},
      doi = {10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2010.8827},
      isbn = {978-963-9799-89-9},
      keywords = {Artificial intelligence,Decision making,Decision support systems,Decision theory,Health care,Information systems,Information use,Medical computing,Records management,Sensors,Service oriented architecture (SOA),health care,information systems,patient care,patient rehabilitation},
      pages = {6 pp. --},
      title = {{A sensor-enhanced health information system to support automatically controlled exercise training of COPD patients}},
      url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2010.8827{\%}5Cnhttp://eudl.eu/doi/10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2010.8827},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    T. Frenken, M. Govercin, S. Mersmann, und A. Hein, "Precise assessment of self-selected gait velocity in domestic environments," in Proc. Proceedings of the 4th International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, 2010, pp. 1-8.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2010c, abstract = {A novel approach to precise and reliable computation of self-selected gait velocity in domestic environments based on the measurements of a laser range scanner is presented. The computation does not require a priori knowledge of the environment. The sensor is part of an ambient assessment system under development which is meant to objectively measure and compare capacity and performance in mobility. Possible application fields may be early detection or differential diagnosis in dementia and assessment of fall risk. Regarding the challenges of future health systems due to the demographic change delaying need of care or preventing falls in dementia can help decrease costs while increasing perceived quality of life for people concerned and their carers. Within this paper we present our theoretic concept and algorithm for computing self-selected gait velocity utilizing measurement from a laser range scanner. Results of an experiment show that the laser range scanner delivers precise measurement and in the future may be used for absolutely unobtrusive analysis of spatio-temporal parameters of gait even in demented people.},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Govercin, Mehmet and Mersmann, Sebastian and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 4th International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare},
      doi = {10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2010.8829},
      isbn = {978-963-9799-89-9},
      pages = {1--8},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Precise assessment of self-selected gait velocity in domestic environments}},
      url = {http://eudl.eu/doi/10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2010.8829},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    N. Hellrung, R. Haux, N. Gusew, W. Ludwig, T. Frenken, A. Hein, M. Lipprandt, W. Thoben, M. Gövercin, S. Mersmann, E. Steinhagen-Thiessen, G. Koczula, C. Schultz, und R. Kluthe, "PAGE - Assistierende Gesundheitstechnologien in Gesundheitsnetzwerken: Koordinationsprobleme und deren Überwindung," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs, Berlin, 2010.
    @inproceedings{Hellrung.2010, abstract = {Assistierende Gesundheitstechnologien (AGT) weisen ein gro{\ss}es Potential auf, die Selbst{\"{a}}ndigkeit {\"{a}}lterer Personen in ihrer gewohnten h{\"{a}}uslichen Umgebung so lange wie m{\"{o}}glich zu erhalten, bzw. wiederherzustellen. Eine nachhaltige und systemisch relevante Entfaltung dieses Potentials ist jedoch nur m{\"{o}}glich, wenn begleitend innovative Formen von Versorgungsstrukturen und medizinischen Dienstleistungen entwickelt und etabliert werden. Das BMBF-gef{\"{o}}rderte Projekt PAGE setzt an dieser Schnittstelle an. Im vorliegenden Beitrag werden Koordinationsprobleme bei der Umsetzung AGT-basierter Dienstleistungen dargestellt und aktuelle Ergebnisse des Projektes pr{\"{a}}sentiert. Dabei werden die Koordinationsebenen Individualebene, Ebene der h{\"{a}}uslichen Infrastruktur sowie Gesundheitsnetzwerkebene unterschieden},
      address = {Berlin},
      annote = {ISBN 978-3-8007-3209-8},
      author = {Hellrung, Nils and Haux, Reinhold and Gusew, Nathalie and Ludwig, Wolfram and Frenken, Thomas and Hein, Andreas and Lipprandt, Myriam and Thoben, Wilfried and G{\"{o}}vercin, Mehmet and Mersmann, Sebastian and Steinhagen-Thiessen, Elisabeth and Koczula, Grzegorz and Schultz, Carsten and Kluthe, Ralf},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI/URL},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI/URL},
      publisher = {VDE VERLAG GmbH},
      title = {{PAGE - Assistierende Gesundheitstechnologien in Gesundheitsnetzwerken: Koordinationsprobleme und deren {\"{U}}berwindung}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Helmer, M. Eichelberg, M. Meis, M. Gietzelt, O. Wilken, und A. Hein, "Ein System zur eskalierenden Notruf- und Informationsweiterleitung vom Heimumfeld älterer Menschen zu externen Anwendern," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs, Berlin, 2010.
    @inproceedings{Helmer.2010, abstract = {Im Fokus von vielen Projekten aus dem AAL-Umfeld steht die Detektion von Ereignissen, die negative Auswirkungen auf den Gesundheitszustand einer Person haben k{\"{o}}nnen. Die dabei generierten Meldungen m{\"{u}}ssen zun{\"{a}}chst validiert und dann zum Zweck einer sofortigen Intervention oder einer fr{\"{u}}hzeitigen Information an externe Anwender kommuniziert werden. Basierend auf diesen Anforderungen wurde im Rahmen des Forschungsprojekts „Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten“ (GAL) ein flexibles System entwickelt, das in der Lage ist, diese Meldungen {\"{u}}ber verschiedene Kommunikationskan{\"{a}}le aus dem Heimumfeld {\"{a}}lterer Menschen gesichert an externe Benutzer zu kommunizieren.},
      address = {Berlin},
      annote = {ISBN 978-3-8007-3209-8},
      author = {Helmer, Axel and Eichelberg, Marco and Meis, Markus and Gietzelt, Matthias and Wilken, Olaf and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Ein System zur eskalierenden Notruf- und Informationsweiterleitung vom Heimumfeld {\"{a}}lterer Menschen zu externen Anwendern}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    F. Müller, A. Schulz, H. Baumgartner, und A. Hein, "Objektiv-subjektive Evaluation einer häuslichen Kommunikationsunterstützung / Evaluation of a supporting home communication system," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs, Berlin, 2010.
    @inproceedings{Muller.2010, abstract = {Schwerh{\"{o}}rigkeit ist eine Erkrankung, die viele Menschen betrifft. Die Menschen werden immer {\"{a}}lter, womit auch die Probleme, die mit dem {\"{A}}lterwerden einhergehen, deutlich zunehmen. Dies betrifft vor allem auch die Altersschwerh{\"{o}}rigkeit (Recruitment). Mit diesen Einschr{\"{a}}nkungen wird die vollwertige Teilnahme am allt{\"{a}}glichen Leben erschwert. Nicht nur die Verst{\"{a}}ndigung mit dem Partner und Freunden leidet, sondern auch selbstverst{\"{a}}ndliche Informationen wie das Klingeln an der T{\"{u}}r, das Signal der Mikrowelle oder der Waschmaschine werden oft nicht mehr wahrgenommen. Das Projekt „Hearing at Home“ befasst sich mit dieser Problematik und erm{\"{o}}glicht es {\"{a}}lteren Menschen mit innovativen L{\"{o}}sungen l{\"{a}}nger an der Kommunikationsgesellschaft teilzunehmen. Die als „Home Information and Communication“ (HIC) Plattform bezeichnete Set-Top-Box (STB) vereint verschiedenste Kommunikationsmedien und -Technologien wie Telefonie, Fernsehen, H{\"{o}}rger{\"{a}}tetechnologie und Heimautomatisierung miteinander. Alle Funktionen k{\"{o}}nnen mit einer Fernbedienung {\"{u}}ber den Fernseher bedient werden. Benutzer k{\"{o}}nnen das Ger{\"{a}}t mittels eines einfachen Wizards direkt auf ihren individuellen H{\"{o}}rverlust einstellen ohne einen H{\"{o}}rger{\"{a}}teakustiker aufsuchen zu m{\"{u}}ssen. Gegen Ende des Projektes wurde eine Evaluation des Gesamtsystems anhand eines finalen Prototypen durchgef{\"{u}}hrt. Die Ergebnisse zeigen, dass zum einen die Akzeptanz der angebotenen Funktionskomponenten sehr hoch ist. 70 {\%} der Probanden zogen ein Kauf des Systems bei einem Produktpreis von 250 € in Betracht.},
      address = {Berlin},
      annote = {ISBN 978-3-8007-3209-8},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Schulz, Arne and Baumgartner, Hannah and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 3. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Assistenzsysteme im Dienste des Menschen: zuhause und unterwegs},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Objektiv-subjektive Evaluation einer h{\"{a}}uslichen Kommunikationsunterst{\"{u}}tzung / Evaluation of a supporting home communication system}},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    E. Zeeb, G. Moritz, W. Thronicke, M. Lipprandt, A. Hein, F. Müller, J. Kruger, O. Dohndorf, A. Litvina, C. Fiehe, I. Luck, F. Golatowski, und D. Timmermann, "Generic platform for advanced E-health applications," in Proc. The 12th IEEE International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services, 2010, pp. 201-208.
    @inproceedings{Zeeb.2010, abstract = {The demographic change and the cost pressure in the healthcare sector drive the need for efficient and secure medical homecare solutions which apply for the people who are elderly or in anastasis. As the complexity of such systems is rising, there is a need of a common foundation of components which can be reused to lower the implementation effort of such systems. The European ITEA2 OSAmI research project targets such a common foundation of basic components for a basic, widely applicable service-oriented component platform. The German OSAmI-D subproject develops a construction kit based on the OSAmI component platform with a particular focus on services for medical and E-Health applications. The results of the ongoing project and especially the foundation of reusable components are demonstrated in the scenario of home-based ergometer training during the rehabilitation of patients with cardiologic illnesses.},
      author = {Zeeb, Elmar and Moritz, Guido and Thronicke, Wolfgang and Lipprandt, Myriam and Hein, Andreas and M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Kruger, Jan and Dohndorf, Oliver and Litvina, Anna and Fiehe, Christoph and Luck, Ingo and Golatowski, Frank and Timmermann, Dirk},
      booktitle = {The 12th IEEE International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services},
      doi = {10.1109/HEALTH.2010.5556571},
      isbn = {978-1-4244-6374-9},
      month = {jul},
      pages = {201--208},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Generic platform for advanced E-health applications}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=5556571},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    T. Frenken, O. Wilken, und A. Hein, "Technical approaches to unobtrusive geriatric assessments in domestic environments," in Proc. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2010, pp. 63-74.
    @inproceedings{Frenken.2010e, abstract = {Two novel approaches to implementing unobtrusive and and non-stigmatizing$\backslash$ngeriatric assessments in domestic environments are presented. Mobility$\backslash$nregarding self-selected gait velocity is assessed using light barriers$\backslash$nand a two dimensional laser range scanner. A single power sensor$\backslash$ninstalled into the fuse box helps determining self-care ability by$\backslash$ndetecting appliance usage. The described assessment approaches are$\backslash$nmeant to enable early detection of disabilities and thus prevention$\backslash$nand provision of individual support directly in peoples' homes. They$\backslash$novercome the disadvantages of classical geriatric assessments. The$\backslash$ntechnical assessments contribute to the concept of Ambient Assisted$\backslash$nLiving (AAL) which targets at fostering a self-determined lifestyle$\backslash$nin peoples' personal homes by providing a technical infrastructure$\backslash$nand supporting services. The assessments do not require any direct$\backslash$ninteraction with the inhabitants. Two experiments conducted in a$\backslash$nliving lab and a residential care facility in Oldenburg, Germany$\backslash$ndemonstrate the general feasibility of the approaches.},
      author = {Frenken, Thomas and Wilken, Olaf and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {CEUR Workshop Proceedings},
      file = {:C$\backslash$:/Users/SFu/AppData/Local/Mendeley Ltd./Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Frenken, Wilken, Hein - 2010 - Technical approaches to unobtrusive geriatric assessments in domestic environments.pdf:pdf},
      issn = {16130073},
      keywords = {Activity recognition,Assessments,Informationenfehlen DOI,Laser range scanner,Mobility,Power sensor},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {63--74},
      series = {CEUR Workshop Proceedings},
      title = {{Technical approaches to unobtrusive geriatric assessments in domestic environments}},
      volume = {678},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Brell, J. Meyer, T. Frenken, und A. Hein, "A Mobile Robot for Self-selected Gait Velocity Assessments in Assistive Environments: A Robotic Driven Approach to Bring Assistive Technologies into Established Homes," in Proc. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments, New York, New York, USA, 2010, p. 15:1.
    @inproceedings{Brell.2010, abstract = {This paper presents a novel idea on how mobile robots can be used to implement mobility assessments in home environments. The demographic change leads to an increasing demand of care, especially for elderly people. Falls are one major problem due to hospital stays, slow recovery time, and subsequent impairments. Assisting technologies from the field of Ambient Assisted Living could offer new diagnostic approaches and provide home assistance. Installing required technologies in a home environment is often difficult and costly. Here, mobile robots provide a new solution to bring sensors and actors into the home environment without any installation. Especially laser range scanners for robot navigation provide several possibilities to perform mobility assessments at home. In this paper results of a self-selected gait velocity assessment done with the aid of a laser range scanner are presented. The results show that it is possible to use a laser range scanner to compute the movement trajectory of a person and several parameters of gait. This offers new possibilities to transfer clinical assessment into the home environment. Mobility assessments in the domestic environment could be used for early and more objective detection of impairments and gait disorders.},
      address = {New York, New York, USA},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Meyer, Jochen and Frenken, Thomas and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments},
      doi = {10.1145/1839294.1839312},
      isbn = {978-1-4503-0071-1},
      keywords = {AAL,VIP,ambient assisted living,assessment,mobility,navigation,robot,robotic measurement},
      mendeley-tags = {VIP},
      pages = {15:1----15:8},
      publisher = {ACM Press},
      title = {{A Mobile Robot for Self-selected Gait Velocity Assessments in Assistive Environments: A Robotic Driven Approach to Bring Assistive Technologies into Established Homes}},
      url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1839294.1839312},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    T. Puls und A. Hein, "Outdoor position estimation and autonomous landing algorithm for quadrocopters using a wireless sensor network," in Proc. 2010 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics, 2010, pp. 285-290.
    @inproceedings{Puls.2010b, abstract = {The demand for unattended aerial aystems capable of fulfilling e.g. surveillance tasks in contaminated or inaccessible areas without assistance of a human pilot is the motivation for the investigation of a high precision position estimation system and an autonomous landing algorithm. Hence, this paper describes the development of a wireless sensor network (WSN) based system able to locate a quadrocopter with an accuracy of less than 5 centimeters. Such systems are needed for high precision autonomous landing tasks. Several measurements show the accuracies of two different methods, a radio- and an ultrasonic-based measurement system. Furthermore, an autonomous landing strategy was implemented on a flight demonstrator for validation and experimental results are provided.},
      annote = {Electronic ISBN: 978-1-4244-8032-6},
      author = {Puls, Tim and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {2010 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics},
      doi = {10.1109/AIM.2010.5695747},
      isbn = {978-1-4244-8031-9},
      keywords = {UAS,UAV,VTOL aircraft,WSN,control},
      month = {jul},
      pages = {285--290},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Outdoor position estimation and autonomous landing algorithm for quadrocopters using a wireless sensor network}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/5695747/},
      year = {2010} }
  • A. Hein, S. Winkelbach, B. Martens, O. Wilken, M. Eichelberg, J. Spehr, M. Gietzelt, K. Wolf, F. Büsching, M. Hülsken-Giesler, M. Meis, und P. Okken, "Monitoring systems for the support of home care," Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 35, iss. 3-4, pp. 157-176, 2010.
    @article{Hein.2010, abstract = {In this article, the design of a system for the ambient, unobtrusive and automatic monitoring of Activities of Daily Living (ADL) is described. In the context of the growing imbalance between (potentially young) caregivers and (most often older) people receiving care, technical monitoring systems may help to organise care more efficiently and to identify degrading abilities very early to trigger preventive measures. To improve the acceptance of the system described in this article, the selection process of the sensors to be integrated into the flat or to be worn by the older people has been steered by the results of focus group interviews with older people, their relatives and professional caregivers. The interviews revealed that these people would in general accept such systems, but security, mobility and communication aspects have to be clearly and appropriately addressed. In an experimental study the recognition rate of the activity 'preparation and intake of food or beverages' has been measured with two age groups (6 subjects, age between 25 and 40/mean 30 years and 5 subjects, age between 72 and 84/mean 75.3 years). The food preparation was detected with a sensitivity of 74.7{\%} and a specificity of 84.2{\%} using a vision sensor},
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Winkelbach, Simon and Martens, Birger and Wilken, Olaf and Eichelberg, Marco and Spehr, Jens and Gietzelt, Matthias and Wolf, Klaus-Hendrik and B{\"{u}}sching, Felix and H{\"{u}}lsken-Giesler, Manfred and Meis, Markus and Okken, Petra},
      doi = {10.3109/17538157.2010.528637},
      issn = {1753-8157},
      journal = {Informatics for Health and Social Care},
      keywords = {*Activities of Daily Living,*Aging,*Remote Sensing Technology/is [Instrumentation],80 and over,Adult,Age Factors,Aged,Aging,Article,Beverages,Caregivers,Communication,England,Experimental Studies,Female,Germany,Humans,Independent Living,Interviews,Male,Patient Preference,Remote Sensing Technology,Remote Sensing Technology: instrumentation,VIP,activities of daily living,age,beverage,caregiver,food,health,home,home care,information,interview,monitoring,older people,recognition,research,sensor,study,technology,vision},
      mendeley-tags = {VIP},
      month = {sep},
      number = {3-4},
      pages = {157--176},
      pmid = {21133770},
      title = {{Monitoring systems for the support of home care}},
      url = {http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21133770 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.3109/17538157.2010.528637},
      volume = {35},
      year = {2010} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Eichelberg, F. Stewing, W. Thronicke, K. Hackbarth, M. Seufert, C. Busch, A. Hein, H. Krumm, M. Ditze, und F. Golatowski, "OSAMI Commons: Eine Softwareplattform für flexible verteilte Dienstesysteme über Geräten und eingebetteten Systemen," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung / Technologien - Anwendungen - Management, 2009.
    @inproceedings{Eichelberg.2009b, abstract = {Im Umfeld von Kleinstger{\"{a}}ten sind flexibel kombinierbare, kooperierende Ger{\"{a}}te und Softwarekomponenten bislang nur schwer realisierbar, da hier h{\"{a}}ufig eine Vielzahl spezieller, zum Teil propriet{\"{a}}rer Kommunikationsprotokolle und Schnittstellen eingesetzt werden. Hier bietet der Einsatz service-orientierter Architekturen (SOA) unter Verwendung akzeptierter, offener Standards eine vielversprechende L{\"{o}}sung. Ziel des OSAMI-Projekts („Open Source Ambient Intelligence Commons“) ist deshalb die Erforschung und Entwicklung einer grundlegenden SOA-f{\"{a}}higen Komponentenplattform sowie ihre Erprobung und ihre Bereitstellung als Open Source Software. Das deutsche Teilprojekt konzentriert sich dabei auf das Anwendungsgebiet des Gesundheitswesens, insbesondere auf Ambient Assisted Living (AAL). Interoperabilit{\"{a}}t, Wartbarkeit und Zuverl{\"{a}}ssigkeit sowie die automatisierte Konfiguration und Verwaltung medizinischer Ger{\"{a}}te und Dienstesysteme werden unterst{\"{u}}tzt, so dass Kranke und Genesende neue und umfassende medizinische Hilfestellungen erhalten k{\"{o}}nnen. Die vorteilhafte Anwendbarkeit der Ergebnisse wird mit der Entwicklung eines Demonstrators zur Unterst{\"{u}}tzung der ambulanten kardiologischen Rehabilitation gezeigt. Die technische Grundlage des Projekts bildet die von der OSGi-Alliance spezifizierte Plattform, auf der Anwendungen und Dienste ausgef{\"{u}}hrt werden k{\"{o}}nnen. Sie wird mit Web Services kombiniert, um verteilte, dynamisch konfigurierbare, herstellerneutrale und ger{\"{a}}teunabh{\"{a}}ngige L{\"{o}}sungen zu erm{\"{o}}glichen. Auf dieser Basis werden vier technische Herausforderungen adressiert: Die Interoperabilit{\"{a}}t medizinischer Ger{\"{a}}teensembles, die Interoperabilit{\"{a}}t zwischen medizinischen Ger{\"{a}}teensembles und IT-Anwendungen f{\"{u}}r die integrierte Versorgung, die Konfiguration und Verwaltung adaptiver Dienste sowie ein Intelligentes Managementkonzept.},
      author = {Eichelberg, Marco and Stewing, Franz-Josef and Thronicke, Wolfgang and Hackbarth, Kai and Seufert, Manuel and Busch, Clemens and Hein, Andreas and Krumm, Heiko and Ditze, Michael and Golatowski, Frank},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung / Technologien - Anwendungen - Management},
      title = {{OSAMI Commons: Eine Softwareplattform f{\"{u}}r flexible verteilte Dienstesysteme {\"{u}}ber Ger{\"{a}}ten und eingebetteten Systemen}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    H. Baumgartner, A. Schulz, A. Hein, I. Holube, und T. Herzke, "Selffitting system for user with sensorineural hearing loss to fit TV-headsets on their own." 2009.
    @inproceedings{Baumgartner.2009b, abstract = {Wireless TV-headsets help people with mild and moderate hearing loss to enjoy TV and music in satisfying loudness without disturbing their neighbours. Even users of hearing aids suffer from bad speech intelligibility caused by background noise or bad acoustics during watching TV. Headphones offer a solution to bypass the free field influences. The user can choose his individual loudness level at the headset while the speakers of the TV device have their own level. But sensorineural hearing loss is usually combined with an altered loudness recognition and a lower range in dynamics. To compensate sensorineural hearing loss it is necessary to adjust individual compressive gains. To give the users of TV-headsets the possibility to adapt not only the volume but also the dynamics of the TV signal , three different versions of interactive self fitting systems were designed and evaluated, particulary with regard to an improvement of speech intelligibility.},
      author = {Baumgartner, Hannah and Schulz, Arne and Hein, Andreas and Holube, Inga and Herzke, Tobias},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      title = {{Selffitting system for user with sensorineural hearing loss to fit TV-headsets on their own}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    "IT-unterstützte kardiologische Tele-Rehabilitation im häuslichen Umfeld." 2009.
    @inproceedings{Lipprandt.2009, editor = {Lipprandt, M and Helmer, A and Nee, O and {Eichelberg, M. {\&} Hein},
      A.},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      organization = {Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Informatik},
      title = {{IT-unterst{\"{u}}tzte kardiologische Tele-Rehabilitation im h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeld}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    C. Busch, M. Lipprandt, T. Gorath, A. Hein, A. Litvina, F. Stewing, und D. Willemsen, "Kardiale Telerehabilitation auf Basis einer flexiblen Plattform für verteilte Systeme - das OSAmI-D-Projekt," in Advances in Robotics Research, Springer, 2009.
    @incollection{Busch.2009b,
      author = {Busch, Clemens and Lipprandt, Myriam and Gorath, Torsten and Hein, Andreas and Litvina, Anna and Stewing, Franz-Josef and Willemsen, Detlev},
      booktitle = {Advances in Robotics Research},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Kardiale Telerehabilitation auf Basis einer flexiblen Plattform f{\"{u}}r verteilte Systeme - das OSAmI-D-Projekt}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    O. Wilken, M. Hülsken-Giesler, H. Remmers, B. Martens, und A. Hein, "Aktivitätsbestimmung und Datenerhebung von älteren Menschen basierend auf der Nutzung elektrischer Geräte." 2009.
    @inproceedings{Hein.2009b, abstract = {Die Ver{\"{a}}nderungen {\"{u}}ber die Zeit sowie die Notwendigkeit der Unterst{\"{u}}tzung bei bestimmten Aktivit{\"{a}}ten sollen durch die automatisierte Erfassung von Verhaltensmustern / Aktivit{\"{a}}ten bestimmt werden. Dar{\"{u}}ber hinaus soll die Abbildung der erfassten Aktivit{\"{a}}ten auf standardisierte Testverfahren untersucht werden. Viele vorhandene Systeme zur Bestimmung von Verhaltensmustern basieren auf Sensoren, die entweder in den zu beobachtenden R{\"{a}}umen fest installiert, oder am K{\"{o}}rper getragen werden m{\"{u}}ssen. Bei diesen Ans{\"{a}}tzen ist nachteilig, dass der Aufwand f{\"{u}}r die Integration in die Wohnung hoch und die Akzeptanz im Allgemeinen niedrig ist. Das in diesem Beitrag beschriebene System bildet mit nur einem Stromsensor pro Stromkreis des Hauses bzw. der Wohnung das Verhaltensmuster eines Bewohners ab. Das System besteht aus drei aufeinander aufbauenden Stufen. In der ersten Stufe werden die elektrischen Ger{\"{a}}te identifiziert und nach Benutzerinteraktion getrennt. In der zweiten Stufe werden Aktivit{\"{a}}ten aus Schaltsequenzen abgeleitet. F{\"{u}}r die Aktivit{\"{a}}tsbestimmung werden Algorithmen aus der Bioinformatik eingesetzt. In der dritten Stufe erfolgt die Abbildung auf standardisierte Assessments, wobei der Fokus auf dem pflegespezifischen Assessmentinstrument RAI HC2.0{\textregistered} (Resident Assessment Instrument Home Care2. 0{\textregistered}) liegt. Bei einer ersten Evaluation des Systems unter Laborbedingungen sind elektrische Ger{\"{a}}te zu 98{\%} erkannt worden. Aktuell werden f{\"{u}}r eine weitere Evaluation und Aktivit{\"{a}}ts- / Verhaltensmustererkennung reale Daten von einer betreuten Wohnung erhoben.},
      author = {Wilken, Olaf and H{\"{u}}lsken-Giesler, Manfred and Remmers, Hartmut and Martens, Birger and Hein, Andreas},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      title = {{Aktivit{\"{a}}tsbestimmung und Datenerhebung von {\"{a}}lteren Menschen basierend auf der Nutzung elektrischer Ger{\"{a}}te}},
      url = {http://subs.emis.de/LNI/Proceedings/Proceedings154/gi-proc-154-45.pdf},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Schulz, H. Baumgartner, F. Müller, und A. Hein, "Multimediazentrale als Hörunterstützung im häuslichen Umfeld," in Proc. 39. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V., Lübeck, 2009.
    @inproceedings{Schulz.2009, abstract = {Die Zahl der Schwerh{\"{o}}rigen steigt, unter anderem beg{\"{u}}nstigt durch den demographischen Wandel. Die Anpassung von H{\"{o}}rger{\"{a}}ten, die einen H{\"{o}}rverlust in weiten Bereichen kompensieren k{\"{o}}nnen, ist ein langwieriger Prozess. Im Schnitt vergehen {\"{u}}ber acht Jahre, bevor die Entscheidung zur Nutzung eines H{\"{o}}rger{\"{a}}tes f{\"{a}}llt. Durch den H{\"{o}}rverlust droht schnell soziale Isolation, da der Betroffene immer mehr von der Kommunikationsgesellschaft ausgeschlossen wird. Gleichzeitig ist bekannt, dass das Wohnzimmer der zentrale Raum im Leben der {\"{a}}lteren Bev{\"{o}}lkerung ist. Aufgrund dieser Tatsache wurde durch die Verwendung einer Set-Top-Box in Kombination mit einem Fernseher die sogenannte „Home Information and Communication Platform“ entwickelt um insbesondere die Probleme der Schwierigkeiten im h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeld zu adressieren: Eine auf den individuellen H{\"{o}}rverlust vom Benutzer selbst angepasste Sprachsignalverarbeitung wird angewandt um die Sprachverst{\"{a}}ndlichkeit beim Fernsehen oder Telefonieren zu verbessern, technische Haushaltsger{\"{a}}te werden vernetzt und Kontrollsignale akustisch aufbereitet und zus{\"{a}}tzlich visuell signalisiert. Erste Nutzerstudien belegen dabei die Vorteile des entwickelten Systems beim Rundfunkgebrauch – nur drei von 25 Probanden erfuhren durch das System keine Verbesserung der Sprachverst{\"{a}}ndlichkeit.},
      address = {L{\"{u}}beck},
      author = {Schulz, Arne and Baumgartner, Hannah and M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {39. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Informatik e.V.},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      title = {{Multimediazentrale als H{\"{o}}runterst{\"{u}}tzung im h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeld}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    H. Baumgartner, A. Schulz, A. Hein, I. Holube, und T. Herzke, "Verbesserte Kommunikationsmöglichkeiten in der häuslichen Umgebung," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung / Technologien - Anwendungen - Management, Berlin, 2009.
    @inproceedings{Baumgartner.2009c, abstract = {Innenohrschwerh{\"{o}}rigkeit geht meist einher mit einer Ver{\"{a}}nderung der Lautheitswahrnehmung und einer Verringerung der Dynamik. Um solche sensorineuralen H{\"{o}}rverluste auszugleichen bedarf es frequenzabh{\"{a}}ngiger und kompressiver Verst{\"{a}}rkungskurven, die vom H{\"{o}}rverlust abh{\"{a}}ngig sind. F{\"{u}}r H{\"{o}}rger{\"{a}}te werden diese individuellen Kennlinien im Kundenkontakt vom H{\"{o}}rger{\"{a}}teakustiker angepasst. Um Nutzern von H{\"{o}}rverst{\"{a}}rkern ebenfalls die M{\"{o}}glichkeit zu geben, nicht nur die Abh{\"{o}}rlautst{\"{a}}rke ihrer Kopfh{\"{o}}rer zu regulieren, sondern auch die Dynamik des Audiosignals auf ihren individuellen H{\"{o}}rverlust anzupassen, wurden drei unterschiedliche Varianten von Anpassverfahren entwickelt und in ersten Tendenzmessungen mit 11 Schwerh{\"{o}}renden (leichter bis mittlerer H{\"{o}}rverlust, 5w, 6m, Alter 54-72 Jahre) evaluiert. Zur {\"{U}}berpr{\"{u}}fung einer m{\"{o}}glichen Verbesserung der Sprachverst{\"{a}}ndlichkeit wurde der Oldenburger Satztest (OLSA) durchgef{\"{u}}hrt, die Akzeptanz der Klangqualit{\"{a}}t wurde mit Hilfe eines Paarvergleichs eruiert. Referenzwerte f{\"{u}}r die Berechnung der Parameter wurden in Versuchen mit 10 Normalh{\"{o}}renden (2w, 8m, Alter zwischen 21 und 56 Jahre) gewonnen.},
      address = {Berlin},
      author = {Baumgartner, Hannah and Schulz, Arne and Hein, Andreas and Holube, Inga and Herzke, Tobias},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung / Technologien - Anwendungen - Management},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Verbesserte Kommunikationsm{\"{o}}glichkeiten in der h{\"{a}}uslichen Umgebung}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    F. Müller, A. von Aschwege, D. Workowski, S. M. Willemsen, S. M. Müller, A. Schulz, und A. Hein, "Ein Model Based Controller System (MBCS) für OSGi," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung / Technologien - Anwendungen - Management, Berlin, 2009.
    @inproceedings{Muller.2009, abstract = {Das Model Based Controller System (MBCS) ist ein Framework, das entwickelt wurde, um den Entwicklungsprozess f{\"{u}}r Kontrollstrukturen bei sich schnell {\"{a}}ndernden Anforderungen zu beschleunigen. Das Framework ist Teil des Projektes Hearing at Home, das die n{\"{a}}chste Generation von assistiven Technologien zur Unterst{\"{u}}tzen {\"{a}}lter Mitmenschen in ihrer h{\"{a}}uslichen Umgebung erforscht und entwickelt. Das MBCS ist Bestandteil dieses Projektes besteht aus zwei Hauptteilen: (1) Einem graphischen Tool zur Unterst{\"{u}}tzung des Entwicklers, ein Verhaltensmodell f{\"{u}}r das System zu entwickeln und (2) einer Ausf{\"{u}}hrungseinheit, die das Model interpretiert und es mit Sub-Devices verbindet. Diese k{\"{o}}nnen sowohl technische Ger{\"{a}}te wie Alarm-Sensoren, oder eine Waschmaschine repr{\"{a}}sentieren, als auch Software wie zum Beispiel Audio-Signal verarbeitende Algorithmen. Um die Set-Top-Box (STB) mit neuer Funktionalit{\"{a}}t zu erweitern, bietet das Framework die M{\"{o}}glichkeit der dynamischen Bindung von Sub-Devices. Wie ein Treiber in einem Betriebssystem kann auch ein Sub-Device zur Laufzeit an das Framework angeschlossen werden. Unterst{\"{u}}tzt eine Mikrowelle Heimautomatisierungsnetzwerke wie beispielsweise EHS, kann das Mikrowellen-Sub-Device in das MBCS geladen und die STB um die Funktionalit{\"{a}}t des neuen Ger{\"{a}}tes erweitert werden.},
      address = {Berlin},
      author = {M{\"{u}}ller, Frerk and von Aschwege, Anke and Workowski, Detlev and Willemsen, Sebastian M and M{\"{u}}ller, Sebastian Matthias and Schulz, Arne and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung / Technologien - Anwendungen - Management},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Ein Model Based Controller System (MBCS) f{\"{u}}r OSGi}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [article] bibtex
    M. Brell und A. Hein, "Tactile guidance in multimodal computer navigated surgery," IEEE Potentials, vol. 28, iss. 4, pp. 30-35, 2009.
    @article{Brell.2009, abstract = {Tactile signals are being used as alternatives to provide guidance in multimodal computer navigated surgery. These signals are being used as alternatives, as they are private, intuitive, and can code complex spatial information. Tactile displays use the sense of touch for information presentation. The stimuli are generated by special agents, called tactors that help in generating vibrations easily and cost efficiently, making vibrotactile displays significantly popular. The kind of signal coded with vibrations is determined by spatial and temporal factors of the stimuli. There are navigation systems in computer-aided surgery (CAS) with tactile user interfaces that enable tactile displays to be fixed with flexible directly or indirectly on the skin as done for data monitoring. Tactile displays are integrated in clothing and used to feel the surface of virtual or remote objects and to facilitate their handling.},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      doi = {10.1109/MPOT.2009.932495},
      issn = {02786648},
      journal = {IEEE Potentials},
      number = {4},
      pages = {30--35},
      title = {{Tactile guidance in multimodal computer navigated surgery}},
      volume = {28},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    H. Baumgartner, A. Schulz, A. Hein, I. Holube, und T. Herzke, "A fitting method for headphones to compensate individual hearing impairments," in Proc. Proceedings of the 3d International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, 2009, pp. 1-8.
    @inproceedings{Baumgartner.2009, abstract = {Sensorineural hearing loss often results in altered loudness perception$\backslash$nand a smaller perceivable dynamic range. To compensate sensorineural$\backslash$nhearing loss it is necessary to fit an individual compressive gain.$\backslash$nFitting of hearing aids is usually done by professionals together$\backslash$nwith the hearing aid user. To give the users of TV-headsets the possibility$\backslash$nto adjust not only the volume of the acoustic signal but also the$\backslash$ndynamics, three different versions of interactive self-fitting systems$\backslash$nwere designed and evaluated. The user tests were performed with 11$\backslash$nsubjects with mild to moderate hearing loss. The results were evaluated$\backslash$nwith regard to benefit in quailty, loudness perception and speech$\backslash$nintelligibility.},
      author = {Baumgartner, Hannah and Schulz, Arne and Hein, Andreas and Holube, Inga and Herzke, Tobias},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 3d International ICST Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare},
      doi = {10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2009.5991},
      isbn = {9789639799424},
      pages = {1--8},
      publisher = {ICST},
      title = {{A fitting method for headphones to compensate individual hearing impairments}},
      url = {http://eudl.eu/doi/10.4108/ICST.PERVASIVEHEALTH2009.5991},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    O. Wilken, N. Huelsmann, und A. Hein, "Bestimmung von Verhaltensmustern basierend auf der Nutzung elektrischer Geräte," in Proc. Ambient Assisted Living - AAL- 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Technologien - Anwendungen - Managemen, Berlin, 2009, pp. 116-120.
    @inproceedings{Wilken.2009, abstract = {Mit der Erfassung von Verhaltensmustern {\"{a}}lterer Menschen sollen Ver{\"{a}}nderungen {\"{u}}ber die Zeit sowie die Notwendigkeit der Unterst{\"{u}}tzung bei bestimmten Aktivit{\"{a}}ten identifiziert werden. Viele entwickelte Plattformen zur Bestimmung von Verhaltensmustern basieren auf Sensoren, die in den zu beobachtenden R{\"{a}}umen fest installiert werden m{\"{u}}ssen, oder am K{\"{o}}rper getragen werden m{\"{u}}ssen. Gemein ist diesen Ans{\"{a}}tzen, dass der Aufwand f{\"{u}}r die Integration in die Wohnung hoch und die Akzeptanz im Allgemeinen niedrig ist. In diesem Beitrag wird daher ein System vorgestellt, das mit nur einem Stromsensor das Verhalten eines Bewohners abbildet. F{\"{u}}r eine vorl{\"{a}}ufige Evaluation des Systems ist ein Fr{\"{u}}hst{\"{u}}ckszenario in einem Zeitraum von zwei Wochen mit drei Testpersonen durchgef{\"{u}}hrt worden, mit dem Ziel der Erkennung von Verhalten sowie von Aktivit{\"{a}}t. Die aufgezeichneten und protokollierten Daten einer Woche dienten zum Training des Systems. Ein Vergleich mit den Daten aus der zweiten Woche hat gezeigt, dass das System in der Lage ist, ein Verhalten mit hoher Wahrscheinlichkeit richtig vorauszusagen, und damit eine Unterscheidung von normalen/anormalen Verhalten m{\"{o}}glich ist. Au{\ss}erdem wird auch die Aktivit{\"{a}}t „Fr{\"{u}}hst{\"{u}}ckszenario“ selbst erkannt. Die Erkennung der elektrischen Ger{\"{a}}ten liegt bei 98 {\%}.},
      address = {Berlin},
      author = {Wilken, Olaf and Huelsmann, Nils and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL- 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung - Technologien - Anwendungen - Managemen},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {116--120},
      publisher = {VDE – Verband der Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik e.V.},
      title = {{Bestimmung von Verhaltensmustern basierend auf der Nutzung elektrischer Ger{\"{a}}te}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Eichelberg, J. Appell, S. Boll, U. Fachinger, R. Haux, A. Hein, R. Huber, H. Künemund, M. Marschollek, W. Nebel, F. J. Neyer, H. Remmers, M. Schilling, G. C. Schulze, E. Steinhagen-Thiessen, U. Tegtbur, S. Winkelbach, und L. Wolf, "Der Niedersächsische Forschungsverbund Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten: Informations- und Kommunikationstechnik zur Gewinnung und Aufrechterhaltung von Lebensqualität, Gesundheit und Selbstbes," in Proc. Proceedings 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress Kongress (Ambient Assisted Living), Berlin, 2009, pp. 29-33.
    @inproceedings{Eichelberg.2009, abstract = {Der erfolgreiche Einsatz „intelligenter“ IT-basierter Assistenzsysteme f{\"{u}}r altersgerechte Lebenswelten erfordert neben der L{\"{o}}sung einer Vielzahl technischer Herausforderungen auch eine konsequente Ber{\"{u}}cksichtigung von Fragen der Nutzerbedarfe, der Nutzerakzeptanz, der Einbettung in medizinische und pflegerische Versorgungsstrukturen sowie der Ber{\"{u}}cksichtigung {\"{o}}konomischer Fragestellungen. Mit dem Nieders{\"{a}}chsischen Forschungsverbund Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten (GAL) hat sich eine interdisziplin{\"{a}}r aufgestellte Forschergruppe mit Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern aus Geriatrie, Gerontologie, H{\"{o}}rtechnik, Informatik, Ingenieurwissenschaften, Medizin, {\"{O}}konomie, Pflegewissenschaft, Psychologie und Rehabilitationsp{\"{a}}dagogik konstituiert, um neue Verfahren der IuK-Technik f{\"{u}}r altersgerechte Lebenswelten zu identifizieren, weiterzuentwickeln und zu evaluieren. Anhand von vier konkreten Anwendungsszenarien werden exemplarisch assistierende Technologien zur Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten entwickelt. Diese werden hinsichtlich der Zielsetzungen wie auch der Handhabbarkeit und Wirksamkeit evaluiert und hinsichtlich ihrer {\"{o}}konomischen Wirkungen und der Akzeptanz in der breiteren Bev{\"{o}}lkerung sowie weiterer Verbesserungsm{\"{o}}glichkeiten und Anwendungsfelder eingesch{\"{a}}tzt. Allen Anwendungsszenarien liegt dabei eine gemeinsame technische Basis zugrunde, bei deren Entwicklung die Nachr{\"{u}}stbarkeit in bestehenden Wohnungen einen Schwerpunkt darstellt. Dar{\"{u}}ber hinaus sollen die ver{\"{a}}nderten Anforderungen an das Gesundheitswesen hinsichtlich neuer Versorgungsformen und der Integration des h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeldes in den Versorgungsprozess analysiert, anhand der Szenarien die Rahmenbedingungen f{\"{u}}r neue Produkte und neue Arten von Dienstleistungen f{\"{u}}r die Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten identifiziert und somit Entwicklungen angesto{\ss}en werden, die wirtschaftliche Entwicklungschancen im Kontext des demografischen Wandels aufgreifen.},
      address = {Berlin},
      annote = {ISBN 978-3-8007-3138-1},
      author = {Eichelberg, Marco and Appell, Jens-Ekkehart and Boll, Susanne and Fachinger, Uwe and Haux, Reinhold and Hein, Andreas and Huber, Rainer and K{\"{u}}nemund, Harald and Marschollek, Michael and Nebel, Wolfgang and Neyer, Franz J. and Remmers, Hartmut and Schilling, Meinhard and Schulze, Gisela C. and Steinhagen-Thiessen, Elisabeth and Tegtbur, Uwe and Winkelbach, Simon and Wolf, Lars},
      booktitle = {Proceedings 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress Kongress (Ambient Assisted Living)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {29--33},
      publisher = {VDE Verlag},
      title = {{Der Nieders{\"{a}}chsische Forschungsverbund Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten: Informations- und Kommunikationstechnik zur Gewinnung und Aufrechterhaltung von Lebensqualit{\"{a}}t, Gesundheit und Selbstbes}},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    A. Hein, M. Eichelberg, O. Nee, A. Schulz, A. Helmer, und M. Lipprandt, "A Service Oriented Platform for Health Services and Ambient Assisted Living," in Proc. 2009 International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications Workshops, 2009, pp. 531-537.
    @inproceedings{Hein.2009, abstract = {Providing health care and assistance at home becomes more and more important due to the aging society and - in general - a health system under financial pressure. It is generally accepted that these services have to be supported by an eHealth infrastructure that enables the exchange of patient related data between different health institutions and assistance systems athome (referred to by the term AAL). In this paper a service-oriented architecture for delivering eHealth / AAL services at home using a hardware platform such as a residential gateway or a set-top-box is proposedand exemplified by three different services: (1) telerehabilitation of patients after heard surgery, (2) support of hearing impaired people and (3) the monitoring of Activities of Daily Living (ADL).},
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Eichelberg, Marco and Nee, Oliver and Schulz, Arne and Helmer, Axel and Lipprandt, Myriam},
      booktitle = {2009 International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications Workshops},
      doi = {10.1109/WAINA.2009.126},
      isbn = {978-1-4244-3999-7},
      month = {may},
      pages = {531--537},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{A Service Oriented Platform for Health Services and Ambient Assisted Living}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=5136702},
      year = {2009} }
  • [article] bibtex
    C. Busch, C. Baumbach, D. Willemsen, O. Nee, T. Gorath, A. Hein, und T. Scheffold, "Supervised training with wireless monitoring of ECG, blood pressure and oxygen-saturation in cardiac patients.," Journal of telemedicine and telecare, vol. 15, iss. 3, pp. 112-114, 2009.
    @article{Busch.2009, abstract = {We have developed a tele-rehabilitation application for training cardiac patients. It uses a modified ergometer bicycle with a set of wireless sensors. While the patient is exercising, the ECG, blood pressure and oxygen-saturation are monitored constantly and automatically. If sensor values exceed pre-defined thresholds, the patient receives an alarm. As a result the training will either be stopped or continued at a reduced load, depending on the severity of the alarm. To measure user acceptance, we introduced the system to 13 members of staff and four patients, who trained on the system every day during their stay in hospital. A total of 39 training sessions were completed. In 27{\%} of the exercise sessions an ECG connection could not be established and in 23{\%},
      blood pressure measurement failed. However, there were no failures to measure oxygen saturation. The overall acceptance of the patient's graphical user interface (GUI) was excellent. The doctor's GUI with its functions received an overall score of 1.5 on a scale of 1 to 4 (usefulness 1.6, usability 1.3 and operability 1.6). The SAPHIRE tele-rehabilitation system operated properly and was well accepted by patients and doctors.},
      author = {Busch, Clemens and Baumbach, Christian and Willemsen, Detlev and Nee, Oliver and Gorath, Torsten and Hein, Andreas and Scheffold, Thomas},
      doi = {10.1258/jtt.2009.003002},
      isbn = {1758-1109},
      issn = {1357-633X},
      journal = {Journal of telemedicine and telecare},
      number = {3},
      pages = {112--114},
      pmid = {19364889},
      title = {{Supervised training with wireless monitoring of ECG, blood pressure and oxygen-saturation in cardiac patients.}},
      volume = {15},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    T. Puls, M. Kemper, R. Küke, und A. Hein, "GPS-based position control and waypoint navigation system for quadrocopters," in Proc. 2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2009, pp. 3374-3379.
    @inproceedings{Puls.2009, abstract = {Motivation for the investigation of position and waypoint controllers is the demand for Unattended Aerial Systems (UAS) capable of fulfilling e.g. surveillance tasks in contaminated or in inaccessible areas. Hence, this paper deals with the development of a 2D GPS-based position control system for 4 Rotor Helicopters able to keep positions above given destinations as well as to navigate between waypoints while minimizing trajectory errors. Additionally, the novel control system enables permanent full speed flight with reliable altitude keeping considering that the resulting lift is decreasing while changing pitch or roll angles for position control. In the following chapters the control procedure for position control and waypoint navigation is described. The dynamic behavior was simulated by means of Matlab/Simulink and results are shown. Further, the control strategies were implemented on a flight demonstrator for validation, experimental results are provided and a comparison is discussed.},
      author = {Puls, Tim and Kemper, Markus and K{\"{u}}ke, Reimund and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {2009 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
      doi = {10.1109/IROS.2009.5354646},
      isbn = {978-1-4244-3803-7},
      keywords = {Control,GPS,Navigation,UAS,UAV,VTOL aircraft},
      month = {oct},
      pages = {3374--3379},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{GPS-based position control and waypoint navigation system for quadrocopters}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=5354646},
      year = {2009} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    T. Puls, H. Winkelmann, S. Eilers, M. Brucke, A. Hein, T. Kröger, und F. M. Wahl, "Interaction of Altitude Control and Waypoint Navigation of a 4 Rotor Helicopter," in Advances in Robotics Research, Kröger, T. und Wahl, F. M., Eds., Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009, pp. 287-298.
    @incollection{Puls.2009b, abstract = {The motivation for the investigation of the interaction of a altitude and position resp. waypoint controller is the demand for Unattended Aerial Systems (UAS) capable to fulfill e.g. surveillance task in contaminated or in not accessible areas. This paper deals with the development of such altitude controller and a 2D position controller based on GPS data for Unattended Aerial Vehicles (UAV), which are able to hover above a given destination as well as to navigate between waypoints. In addition, these controllers are designed to let a four rotor UAV fly with the maximum possible speed taking into account that the UAV must not lower the cruising altitude in an uncontrolled manner. The introduced controllers were implemented in Matlab/Simulink as well as on a target system for testing and verification purposes. Various simulations and experiments are provided explaining and proving the functionality of the described controller.},
      address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
      author = {Puls, Tim and Winkelmann, Hannes and Eilers, S{\"{o}}nke and Brucke, Matthias and Hein, Andreas and Kr{\"{o}}ger, Torsten and Wahl, Friedrich M.},
      booktitle = {Advances in Robotics Research},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-01213-6},
      editor = {Kr{\"{o}}ger, Torsten and Wahl, Friedrich M.},
      isbn = {978-3-642-01212-9},
      keywords = {Engineering},
      pages = {287--298},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      title = {{Interaction of Altitude Control and Waypoint Navigation of a 4 Rotor Helicopter}},
      url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/g8p434670657604u/},
      year = {2009} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Lipprandt, M. Eichelberg, W. Thronicke, J. Kruger, I. Druke, D. Willemsen, C. Busch, C. Fiehe, E. Zeeb, und A. Hein, "OSAMI-D: An open service platform for healthcare monitoring applications," in Proc. 2009 2nd Conference on Human System Interactions, 2009, pp. 139-145.
    @inproceedings{Lipprandt.2009b, abstract = {In this paper conceptions and architectural considerations of the OSAMI project and their specializations towards the requirements of the e-health domain by the German subproject (OSAMI-D) are described. Along with the expected shift of healthcare service between stationary towards ambulatory care, a standardized way of integrating medical data acquired at home into the IT infrastructure of hospitals and the synchronization with medical workflows have to be implemented. Therefore, the OSAMI-D project will provide open source components that implement the required interfaces. Preliminary results of the requirements analysis and the implementation of first domain-specific services are presented. These services are used to realize two home care scenarios, which support ambulant cardiologic rehabilitation (indoor and outdoor). Special emphasis is placed on standards and formats for the communication and storage of patient data.},
      author = {Lipprandt, Myriam and Eichelberg, Marco and Thronicke, Wolfgang and Kruger, Jan and Druke, Isabell and Willemsen, Detlev and Busch, Clemens and Fiehe, Christoph and Zeeb, Elmar and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {2009 2nd Conference on Human System Interactions},
      doi = {10.1109/HSI.2009.5090969},
      isbn = {978-1-4244-3959-1},
      keywords = {Ambient assisted living,Home care monitoring,Service oriented architectures,VIP},
      mendeley-tags = {VIP},
      month = {may},
      pages = {139--145},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{OSAMI-D: An open service platform for healthcare monitoring applications}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=5090969},
      year = {2009} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Brell, M. Isken, A. Hein, C. Dahmen, R. Tunnell, T. Wortmann, A. Sill, S. Fatikow, R. Bombien, G. Lutter, M. Leester-Schädel, und S. Büttgenbach, "Multisensor Soft Tissue Navigation for the Controlled Guidance in Intra-Cardiac Microsurgery," in IFMBE Proceedings, Springer, 2009, vol. 25, pp. 345-348.
    @incollection{Brell.2009b, abstract = {This paper describes the concept of a new kind of soft-tissue navigation system for minimally invasive intracardiac micro surgery like valve resection. Via a specialized trocar all instruments and a valve isolation chamber system [1] are inserted to generate a separate operation space around the valve. The instruments are at least a novel shape memory alloy actuated laser fibre and two endoscopic optic fibres. Via the endoscopic optic fibres a stereoscopic view on the operation field is provided while the laser is used for resection of a calcified valve. The guidance of the laser is controlled by the navigation system on basis of a three dimensional virtual model. The model is build out of preoperative taken static CT images merged with intra-operative taken ultrasonic images and the stereoscopic images generated from the endoscopic optic fibres. With the virtual model the intervention will be supported by visualization of the operation field on the one hand and control of the guidance of the laser actor on the other hand. Thus the system provides an undisturbed view to the operating field without limiting factors like bodily fluids and the small aditus of minimally invasive surgery. The guidance of the surgical instruments is easier and the intervention faster and safer for the patient.},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Isken, Melvin and Hein, Andreas and Dahmen, C. and Tunnell, R. and Wortmann, T. and Sill, A. and Fatikow, S. and Bombien, R. and Lutter, G. and Leester-Sch{\"{a}}del, M. and B{\"{u}}ttgenbach, S.},
      booktitle = {IFMBE Proceedings},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-03906-5_95},
      isbn = {9783642039058},
      issn = {16800737},
      keywords = {Computer aided surgery,Informationenfehlen Vornamen Autoren,Microactuation,Minimally invasive surgery,Navigation system,Stereoscopy,Valve resection},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen Vornamen Autoren},
      number = {6},
      pages = {345--348},
      publisher = {Springer},
      title = {{Multisensor Soft Tissue Navigation for the Controlled Guidance in Intra-Cardiac Microsurgery}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-642-03906-5{\_}95},
      volume = {25},
      year = {2009} }
  • [article] bibtex
    R. Haux, J. Appell, H. Appelrath, S. Boll, M. Eichelberg, U. Fachinger, M. Gövercin, A. Hein, W. Heuten, V. Hohmann, R. Huber, und M. Hülsken-Giesler, "Niedersächsischer Forschungsverbund Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten (GAL): Informations- und Kommunikationstechnik zur Gewinnung und Aufrechterhaltung von Lebensqualität,Gesundheit und Selbst," Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung / Technologien - Anwendungen - Management, 2008.
    @article{Haux.2008, abstract = {Der erfolgreiche Einsatz „intelligenter“ IT-basierter Assistenzsysteme f{\"{u}}r altersgerechte Lebenswelten erfordert neben der L{\"{o}}sung einer Vielzahl technischer Herausforderungen auch eine konsequente Ber{\"{u}}cksichtigung von Fragen der Nutzerbedarfe, der Nutzerakzeptanz, der Einbettung in medizinische und pflegerische Versorgungsstrukturen sowie der Ber{\"{u}}cksichtigung {\"{o}}konomischer Fragestellungen. Mit dem Nieders{\"{a}}chsischen Forschungsverbund Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten (GAL) hat sich eine interdisziplin{\"{a}}r aufgestellte Forschergruppe mit Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern aus Geriatrie, Gerontologie, H{\"{o}}rtechnik, Informatik, Ingenieurwissenschaften, Medizin, {\"{O}}konomie, Pflegewissenschaft, Psychologie und Rehabilitationsp{\"{a}}dagogik konstituiert, um neue Verfahren der IuK-Technik f{\"{u}}r altersgerechte Lebenswelten zu identifizieren, weiterzuentwickeln und zu evaluieren. Anhand von vier konkreten Anwendungsszenarien werden exemplarisch assistierende Technologien zur Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten entwickelt. Diese werden hinsichtlich der Zielsetzungen wie auch der Handhabbarkeit und Wirksamkeit evaluiert und hinsichtlich ihrer {\"{o}}konomischen Wirkungen und der Akzeptanz in der breiteren Bev{\"{o}}lkerung sowie weiterer Verbesserungsm{\"{o}}glichkeiten und Anwendungsfelder eingesch{\"{a}}tzt. Allen Anwendungsszenarien liegt dabei eine gemeinsame technische Basis zugrunde, bei deren Entwicklung die Nachr{\"{u}}stbarkeit in bestehenden Wohnungen einen Schwerpunkt darstellt. Dar{\"{u}}ber hinaus sollen die ver{\"{a}}nderten Anforderungen an das Gesundheitswesen hinsichtlich neuer Versorgungsformen und der Integration des h{\"{a}}uslichen Umfeldes in den Versorgungsprozess analysiert, anhand der Szenarien die Rahmenbedingungen f{\"{u}}r neue Produkte und neue Arten von Dienstleistungen f{\"{u}}r die Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten identifiziert und somit Entwicklungen angesto{\ss}en werden, die wirtschaftliche Entwicklungschancen im Kontext des demografischen Wandels aufgreifen.},
      annote = {Verlag Steinkopff Verlag},
      author = {Haux, Reinhold and Appell, Jens-Ekkehart and Appelrath, Hans-J{\"{u}}rgen and Boll, Susanne and Eichelberg, Marco and Fachinger, Uwe and G{\"{o}}vercin, Mehmet and Hein, Andreas and Heuten, Wilko and Hohmann, Volker and Huber, Rainer and H{\"{u}}lsken-Giesler, Manfred},
      journal = {Ambient Assisted Living - AAL - 2. Deutscher AAL-Kongress mit Ausstellung / Technologien - Anwendungen - Management},
      title = {{Nieders{\"{a}}chsischer Forschungsverbund Gestaltung altersgerechter Lebenswelten (GAL): Informations- und Kommunikationstechnik zur Gewinnung und Aufrechterhaltung von Lebensqualit{\"{a}}t,Gesundheit und Selbst}},
      year = {2008} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    O. Nee, A. Hein, R. Ludwig, D. Willemsen, C. Busch, und T. Scheffold, "Cardiac Tele-Rehabilitation with the SAPHIRE System," in Proc. Proceedings of Med-e-Tel 2008, 2008.
    @inproceedings{Nee.2008,
      author = {Nee, Oliver and Hein, Andreas and Ludwig, Ralf and Willemsen, Detlev and Busch, Clemens and Scheffold, Thomas},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of Med-e-Tel 2008},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Cardiac Tele-Rehabilitation with the SAPHIRE System}},
      year = {2008} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Schulz und A. Hein, "Improving Accessibility: Supportive Technologies for the Hearing Impaired in a Set-Top Box." 2008.
    @inproceedings{Schulz.2008, abstract = {The authors present a conceptual set-top box specifically designed to aid people with hearing problems. All audio signals (TV, radio, telephone, acoustical notifications) are processed by supportive signal processing algorithms that filter out noise, amplify and compress the signal as it is typically done in hearing aids. A synthetic face can be displayed performing lip movements to improve the speech intelligibility. The system can be connected to home automation networks to process event notifications and present them to the user.},
      author = {Schulz, Arne and Hein, Andreas},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Improving Accessibility: Supportive Technologies for the Hearing Impaired in a Set-Top Box}},
      year = {2008} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Hein und M. Brell, "Multimodale Mensch-Maschine Schnittstellen für die chirurgische Navigation," in Proc. 39. Jahrestagung der Deutsche Gesellschaft für Medizinische Physik, 2008.
    @inproceedings{Hein.2008, annote = {ISBN 3980986985},
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Brell, Melina},
      booktitle = {39. Jahrestagung der Deutsche Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Medizinische Physik},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Multimodale Mensch-Maschine Schnittstellen f{\"{u}}r die chirurgische Navigation}},
      year = {2008} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Brell, M. Isken, und A. Hein, "Kabellose Signalübertragung für taktile chirurgische Navigation," in Proc. CURAC 2008, Leipzig, 2008.
    @inproceedings{Brell.2008b, address = {Leipzig},
      annote = {ISBN 9783000257988},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Isken, Melvin and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {CURAC 2008},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      publisher = {Dirk Bartz},
      title = {{Kabellose Signal{\"{u}}bertragung f{\"{u}}r taktile chirurgische Navigation}},
      year = {2008} }
  • [incollection] bibtex
    O. Nee, T. Gorath, A. Hein, R. Ludwig, D. Willemsen, C. Baumbach, T. Scheffold, und K. Stahl, "SAPHIRE: Ein System zur kardiologischen Tele-Rehabilitation," in Telemedizinführer Deutschland (Ausgabe 2008), Medizin Forum AG, 2008, pp. 31-35.
    @incollection{Nee.2007, abstract = {Die station{\"{a}}re Anschlussheilbehandlung f{\"{u}}r Patienten nach einem kardiochirurgischen Eingriff ist eine erprobte und effektive aber auch kostenintensive Ma{\ss}nahme. Das naheliegende Ziel, die Zahl der Behandlungstage in der station{\"{a}}ren Rehabilitation zu reduzieren, sollte aber nicht auf Kosten der Behandlungsqualit{\"{a}}t erreicht werden. Entscheidend f{\"{u}}r den langfristigen Erfolg ist aber auch die Zeit nach der station{\"{a}}ren Rehabilitation, in der ein Patient Ma{\ss}nahmen ergreifen muss, die der Sekund{\"{a}}rpr{\"{a}}vention dienen, die also einen R{\"{u}}ckfall verhindern sollen. Sogenannte "Herzsportgruppen", in denen ein Patient unter professioneller {\"{U}}berwachung trainiert, sind aber gerade in schwach entwickelten Regionen weniger nutzbar, da es kaum freie Pl{\"{a}}tze in den Gruppen gibt und teilweise erhebliche Anfahrtswege in Kauf genommen werden m{\"{u}}ssen. Das von der EU gef{\"{o}}rderte Projekt SAPHIRE entwickelt unter anderem eine Plattform, die Patienten nach einem akuten Myokardinfarkt ein umfassendes telemedizinisch betreutes Training erm{\"{o}}glicht. Dadurch wird erreicht ohne Einbu{\ss}en in der Behandlungsqualit{\"{a}}t die station{\"{a}}re Rehabilitation zu verk{\"{u}}rzen und den Patienten gleichzeitig w{\"{a}}hrend der h{\"{a}}uslichen Rehabilitation zu betreuen und zu {\"{u}}berwachen.},
      author = {Nee, Oliver and Gorath, Thorsten and Hein, Andreas and Ludwig, Ralf and Willemsen, Detlev and Baumbach, Christian and Scheffold, Thomas and Stahl, Kerstin},
      booktitle = {Telemedizinf{\"{u}}hrer Deutschland (Ausgabe 2008)},
      isbn = {9783937948065},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {31--35},
      publisher = {Medizin Forum AG},
      title = {{SAPHIRE: Ein System zur kardiologischen Tele-Rehabilitation}},
      year = {2008} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Brell, D. Roßkamp, und A. Hein, "Fusion of Vibrotactile Signals Used in a Tactile Display in Computer Aided Surgery," in Haptics: Perception, Devices and Scenarios, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2008, vol. 5024 LNCS, pp. 383-388.
    @incollection{Brell.2008, abstract = {In this paper the humans' hand movement as response to a vibration signal is presented. The signal thereby is composed of single vibration stimuli. The results of this study are used for signal generation of a tactile display for computer aided surgery. Each of the display's tactors represents one movement direction of the hand. To present directions between single movement axes it is necessary to combine single vibration signals. Therefore an experiment is presented to examine the fusion of single tactile signals. The experiment is divided into three parts to compare three different ways of merging vibration signals. Best results were achieved with a modulation of the pulse duty factor. {\textcopyright} 2008 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.},
      address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Ro{\ss}kamp, Dirk and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Haptics: Perception, Devices and Scenarios},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-540-69057-3_50},
      isbn = {3540690565},
      issn = {03029743},
      keywords = {CAS,Haptic I/O,Medical Sciences,Tactile Display},
      pages = {383--388},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      title = {{Fusion of Vibrotactile Signals Used in a Tactile Display in Computer Aided Surgery}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-540-69057-3{\_}50},
      volume = {5024 LNCS},
      year = {2008} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    M. Brell und A. Hein, "Multimodal Navigation with a Vibrotactile Display in Computer Assisted Surgery," in Recent Progress in Robotics: Viable Robotic Service to Human, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2008, vol. 370, pp. 331-343.
    @incollection{Brell.2008c, abstract = {A new concept of a tactile human-machine interface for surgical interventions via multimodal computer navigated surgery is presented in this paper. In contrast to conventional computer navigated surgery, information about the surgeon are explicitly processed and used to augment the human machine interaction by a vibro-tactile display. By means of this display the system is extended by non visual data presentation through tactile information transmission. Different tactile activation schemes (mono linear, duo linear) in which different numbers of tactors are activated to transmit direction information, are tested and compared. The experimental evaluation adds up with a mean error of -0.35 mm and a standard deviation of 0.51 mm for the mono linear scheme and a mean error of -0.01 mm and a standard deviation of 0.62 mm for the duo linear scheme. {\textcopyright} 2008 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.},
      address = {Berlin, Heidelberg},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Recent Progress in Robotics: Viable Robotic Service to Human},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-540-76729-9_26},
      isbn = {9783540767282},
      issn = {01708643},
      pages = {331--343},
      publisher = {Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
      series = {Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences},
      title = {{Multimodal Navigation with a Vibrotactile Display in Computer Assisted Surgery}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-540-76729-9{\_}26},
      volume = {370},
      year = {2008} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Brell und A. Hein, "conTACT - A Vibrotactile Display for Computer Aided Surgery," in Proc. Second Joint EuroHaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems (WHC), 2007.
    @inproceedings{Brell.2007c,
      author = {Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Second Joint EuroHaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems (WHC)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{conTACT - A Vibrotactile Display for Computer Aided Surgery}},
      year = {2007} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Brell und A. Hein, "Voruntersuchung zur vibrotaktil geregelten Instrumentenführung für die multimodal unterstütze Navigation," in Proc. 6. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Computer- und Roboterassistierte Chirurgie (CURAC, Karlsruhe, 2007, pp. 173-176.
    @inproceedings{Brell.2007d, address = {Karlsruhe},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {6. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Computer- und Roboterassistierte Chirurgie (CURAC},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {173--176},
      title = {{Voruntersuchung zur vibrotaktil geregelten Instrumentenf{\"{u}}hrung f{\"{u}}r die multimodal unterst{\"{u}}tze Navigation}},
      year = {2007} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Hein, W. Thoben, H. Appelrath, und P. Jensch, "European Conference on eHealth 2007," in Proc. Proceedings of the ECEH'07, Oldenburg, 2007.
    @inproceedings{Hein.2007, address = {Oldenburg},
      annote = {Bonner K{\"{o}}llen Verlag (2007) ISBN 978-3-88579-212-3  ISSN 1617-5468},
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Thoben, Wilfried and Appelrath, Hans-J{\"{u}}rgen and Jensch, Peter},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the ECEH'07},
      publisher = {GI},
      series = {LNI},
      title = {{European Conference on eHealth 2007}},
      year = {2007} }
  • M. Brell, C. Lenze, und A. Hein, "Evaluation of the intuitive control system for an interactive robotic system," GMS Current Topics in Computer- and Robot-Assisted Surgery (GMS CURAC), pp. 1-7, 2007.
    @article{Brell.2007, abstract = {In this paper the concept and first evaluation of the control principle of the MicroAssistant is presented. The MicroAssistant is an interactive surgical robot system to support the surgeon in microsurgical interventions especially in middle ear surgery. During those interventions the surgeon is often confronted with very small and sensitive structures. This fact conflicts with the exhausting milling process which is necessary for widening the operation field. To solve this conflict the instrument is guided interactive by the MicroAssistant. In the first part this paper introduces the control principle established by the human machine cooperation with the MicroAssistant. In the second part the usability of the human-machine-interface and the control principle is evaluated. Therefore the accuracy of the freehand milling process is compared with the accuracy of the robot assisted telemanipulative milling process. The results show that the robot assisted milling is as accurate as the freehand milling because the maximum errors of 0.71 mm for the freehand milling and 0.67 mm for the robot assisted milling are nearly the same. Hence MicroAssistant could prevent slipping of during the milling process and lead to fewer complications in middle ear surgery while being as accurate as freehand interventions.},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Lenze, Carsten and Hein, Andreas},
      journal = {GMS Current Topics in Computer- and Robot-Assisted Surgery (GMS CURAC)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI,computer assisted surgery,evaluation of control principle,interactive milling system,micro surgery,robot-assisted surgery,system,usability of robot},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {1--7},
      title = {{Evaluation of the intuitive control system for an interactive robotic system}},
      url = {http://www.egms.de/static/en/journals/curac/2007-2/curac000020.shtml},
      year = {2007} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    J. Appell, V. Hohmann, A. Schulz, und A. Hein, "Hearing at Home," in Proc. Fortschritte der Akustik - DAGA, 2007, 2007, pp. 629-630.
    @inproceedings{Appell.2007, abstract = {Summary The Hearing at Home (HaH) project [1] focuses on the needs of the hearing impaired in home environments. Formerly separated devices like personal computer, HIFI-systems, TV, digital camera, telephone, fax, intercom and services like internet access, VoIP, Personal Information Management (PIM), pay TV and home automation grow together to be accessible via a TV set connected to a PC or set-top box that implements interfaces to network gateways as well as to home automation scenarios. Thereby, the TV becomes the central Home Information and Communication (HIC) platform of the household linking together most of the acoustic inputs listened to by the hearing impaired in his home environment. The HIC platform to be researched and developed in the HaH project will support the hearing impaired with easy to fit Supportive Audio Signal Processing (SASP) and visual support for lip reading on the TV screen. HaH is an IST FP6-STREP project executed under the strategic objective Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) for the Ageing Society. Members of the Consortium are OFFIS (coordinator, Germany), KTH (Sweden), H{\"{o}}rTech (Germany), Viataal (Netherlands), Telefonica I+D (Spain) and ProSyst (Germany).},
      annote = {ISBN 9783980865937},
      author = {Appell, Jens-Ekkehart and Hohmann, Volker and Schulz, Arne and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Fortschritte der Akustik - DAGA, 2007},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI},
      pages = {629--630},
      publisher = {DEGA e.V},
      title = {{Hearing at Home}},
      url = {https://www.dega-akustik.de/fileadmin/dega-akustik.de/publikationen/DAGA/DAGA{\_}07{\_}Inhalt.pdf},
      year = {2007} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    M. Meis, J. Appell, V. Hohmann, N. von Son, H. Frowein, A. -M. Oster, und A. Hein, "Tele-monitoring and assistant system for people with hearing deficiencies: First results from a user requirement study BT - 2nd European Conference on eHealth, ECEH 2007, October 11, 2007 - October 12, 2007," in Proc. European Conference on eHealth 2007, 2007, pp. 163-175.
    @inproceedings{Meis.2007, abstract = {In this paper the concept and architecture of a monitoring and assistant system for people with hearing deficiencies will be described and a first user study will be presented. Core of this concept is the implementation of algorithms that are usually used in hearing aids at a central Home Information and Communication (HIC) platform. This platform integrates formerly separated devices like TV, telephone, and home automation. Thereby, the TV becomes the central human machine interface of the household linking together most of the acoustic inputs listened to by the hearing impaired in his/her home environment. Using the central HIC platform the acoustic inputs can be amplified and adapted according to the specific hearing impairment and the individual thresholds of hearing. These thresholds will be estimated during the initial diagnosis at the audiologist and transmitted to the HIC platform. Supportive Audio Signal Processing (SASP) algorithms are used to fine-tune the amplification according to the acoustic situation of the living room. These fine-tuning, frequent tests of speech understanding and monitoring of the individual adjustment of volume and sound controller are used as a feedback to the audiologist. In this way the transition from mild to moderate or severe hearing loss can be supervised, the use of hearing aids can be motivated and the adjustment of hearing aids can be improved and adapted to the individual situation of the patient. The ideas of this sound processing and alerting system at home, the so called Hearing at Home System (HaH) were presented to 62 hearing aid users and non-users ("young-old" to "old-old"; mean age: 69yrs.) of three countries (Netherlands, Sweden, and Germany) with a different degree of hearing loss (from slight to moderate). The first results of the user requirement study showed, that most of the users will benefit from the HaH environment system, and the results are very useful for further research and development, also in the realm of telemonitoring applications.},
      author = {Meis, Markus and Appell, Jens-Ekkehart and Hohmann, Volker and von Son, N and Frowein, H and Oster, A.-M. and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {European Conference on eHealth 2007},
      isbn = {9783885792123},
      keywords = {Algorithms,Audio signal processing,Audition,Hearing aids,Informationenfehlen DOI,Informationenfehlen Vornamen Autoren,Monitoring},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen DOI,Informationenfehlen Vornamen Autoren},
      pages = {163--175},
      publisher = {Gesellschaft f{\"{u}}r Informatik},
      series = {Lecture Notes in Informatics},
      title = {{Tele-monitoring and assistant system for people with hearing deficiencies: First results from a user requirement study BT - 2nd European Conference on eHealth, ECEH 2007, October 11, 2007 - October 12, 2007}},
      year = {2007} }
  • M. Brell und A. Hein, "Positioning Tasks in Multimodal Computer-Navigated Surgery," IEEE Multimedia, vol. 14, iss. 4, pp. 42-51, 2007.
    @article{Brell.2007b, abstract = {We present conTACT, a new concept for assisting in surgical interventions via 3D multimodal computer-navigated surgery. In contrast to conventional computer-navigated surgery, our system explicitly processes and uses information about the surgeon to augment human–machine interaction. We also evaluate humans' neuroscientific behavior and show how we can transfer 3D navigation information via tactile signals delivered to the hand surface.},
      author = {Brell, Melina and Hein, Andreas},
      doi = {10.1109/MMUL.2007.81},
      issn = {1070-986X},
      journal = {IEEE Multimedia},
      keywords = {Computer-aided surgery and medical application,Surgical navigation system,Tactile navigation,VIP,Vibrotactile display},
      mendeley-tags = {VIP},
      month = {oct},
      number = {4},
      pages = {42--51},
      title = {{Positioning Tasks in Multimodal Computer-Navigated Surgery}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=4354156},
      volume = {14},
      year = {2007} }
  • [article] bibtex
    A. Hein und U. Kirschstein, "Assistenzsystem für die Neurochirurgie - SpineNav verbessert navigierte Bildgebung," , 2006.
    @article{Hein.2006,
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Kirschstein, Uwe},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Assistenzsystem f{\"{u}}r die Neurochirurgie - SpineNav verbessert navigierte Bildgebung}},
      year = {2006} }
  • [misc] bibtex
    U. Kirschstein, K. Kronberg, und A. Hein, Angiographic 3-D Blood Flow Measurement: Concept and Preliminary Experiments, 2006.
    @misc{Kirschstein.2006,
      author = {Kirschstein, Uwe and Kronberg, Kay and Hein, Andreas},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Angiographic 3-D Blood Flow Measurement: Concept and Preliminary Experiments}},
      year = {2006} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    U. Kirschstein, J. Kötters, M. Javad Mirzayan, A. Hein, und J. K. Krauss, "3-D-Reconstruction from C-Arm X-Ray Images for Register-Free Navigation in Neurosurgery," in Proc. Tagungsband, 2006.
    @inproceedings{Kirschstein.2006b,
      author = {Kirschstein, Uwe and K{\"{o}}tters, Jens and {Javad Mirzayan},
      M. and Hein, Andreas and Krauss, Joachim K.},
      booktitle = {Tagungsband},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen,Informationenfehlen Vornamen Autoren},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen,Informationenfehlen Vornamen Autoren},
      title = {{3-D-Reconstruction from C-Arm X-Ray Images for Register-Free Navigation in Neurosurgery}},
      year = {2006} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Hein, O. Nee, D. Willemsen, T. Scheffold, und A. Dogac, "SAPHIRE - Intelligent Healthcare Monitoring based on Semantic Interoperability Platform - The Homecare Scenario -," in Proc. Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on eHealth (ECEH), 2006, pp. 1-11.
    @inproceedings{Hein.2006b, abstract = {The SAPHIRE project aims to develop an intelligent healthcare monitoring$\backslash$n and decision support system on a platform integrating the wireless medical$\backslash$n sensor data with hospital information systems. In the SAPHIRE project, patient$\backslash$n monitoring will be achieved by using agent technology where the "agent behaviour"$\backslash$n will be supported by intelligent clinical decision support systems which will$\backslash$n be based on computerized clinical practice guidelines, and will access the patient$\backslash$n medical history stored in medical information systems through semantically enriched$\backslash$n Web services to tackle the interoperability problem. In this paper one of the$\backslash$n two demonstrator environments – the homecare scenario – will be described form$\backslash$n the medical and technical point of view.},
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Nee, Oliver and Willemsen, Detlev and Scheffold, Thomas and Dogac, Asuman},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on eHealth (ECEH)},
      doi = {10.1.1.110.7648},
      isbn = {9783885791850},
      pages = {1--11},
      title = {{SAPHIRE - Intelligent Healthcare Monitoring based on Semantic Interoperability Platform - The Homecare Scenario -}},
      year = {2006} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    U. Kirschstein und A. Hein, "Navigated Imaging for Neurosurgery," in Proc. The First IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics, 2006. BioRob 2006., 2006, pp. 649-654.
    @inproceedings{Kirschstein.2006c, abstract = {In this article a new system for navigated imaging and 3-d reconstruction is proposed. It features intraoperative and register-free image acquisition for interactive planning of a navigated intervention. Especially, the following aspects will be analyzed in this article: a) determination of correct positions and orientations of X-ray projection images, b) reconstruction of a volume by tomosynthesis, c) spatial correctness of the cross-sectional image planes and d) influence of the order of image acquisition. Experiments have shown that the preliminary navigation accuracy of this approach is about 1 mm},
      author = {Kirschstein, Uwe and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {The First IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics, 2006. BioRob 2006.},
      doi = {10.1109/BIOROB.2006.1639163},
      isbn = {1-4244-0040-6},
      keywords = {3-d reconstruction,Navigated imaging,Neurosurgery,Registration-free,Tomosynthesis},
      pages = {649--654},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Navigated Imaging for Neurosurgery}},
      url = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=1639163},
      volume = {2006},
      year = {2006} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    U. Kirschstein, K. Kronberg, und A. Hein, "Concept and Preliminary Experiments of Navigated Imaging with an Electromagnetic Position Measurement System," in Proc. Curac, 2005.
    @inproceedings{Kirschstein.2005,
      author = {Kirschstein, Uwe and Kronberg, Kay and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Curac},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      title = {{Concept and Preliminary Experiments of Navigated Imaging with an Electromagnetic Position Measurement System}},
      year = {2005} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    U. Kirschstein, C. Lenze, K. Kronberg, und A. Hein, "Measurement of cardiovascular structures in angiographic images with navigated imaging," in Proc. Curac 2004, München, 2004, pp. 1-8.
    @inproceedings{Kirschstein.2004, address = {M{\"{u}}nchen},
      author = {Kirschstein, Uwe and Lenze, Carsten and Kronberg, Kay and Hein, Andreas},
      booktitle = {Curac 2004},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {1--8},
      title = {{Measurement of cardiovascular structures in angiographic images with navigated imaging}},
      year = {2004} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    A. Hein und U. Kirschstein, "Navigated Imaging for Angiography - Concept and Calibration," in Proc. IEEE Intl. Conf. on Mechatronics and Robotics (MechRob), Aachen, 2004, pp. 1409-1414.
    @inproceedings{Hein.2004, address = {Aachen},
      annote = {ISBN / ISSN 3-938153-30-X},
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Kirschstein, Uwe},
      booktitle = {IEEE Intl. Conf. on Mechatronics and Robotics (MechRob)},
      keywords = {Informationenfehlen},
      mendeley-tags = {Informationenfehlen},
      pages = {1409--1414},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      title = {{Navigated Imaging for Angiography - Concept and Calibration}},
      year = {2004} }
  • [inproceedings] bibtex
    S. Weber, A. Hein, und T. C. Lueth, "A mobile and navigated image viewer for surgery - Evaluation of precision," in Proc. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 2003, pp. 395-400.
    @inproceedings{Weber2003, abstract = {We report work on a newly developed and ultra compact mobile viewing device, called NaviView to display medical imaging data (i.e. from a computer tomograph-CT) in situ. The system comprises an optical tracking system to detect both the patients and the viewing devices position and display a proportionable part of the medical image data on a mobile viewing device. This article describes experiments carried out to evaluate the overlay precision of two different imaging modalities (i.e. live video and CT) being visualized.},
      author = {Weber, Stefan and Hein, Andreas and Lueth, Tim C.},
      booktitle = {Studies in Health Technology and Informatics},
      doi = {10.3233/978-1-60750-938-7-395},
      editor = {Westwood, James D. and Hoffman, Helene M. and Mogel, Greg T. and Phillips, Roger and Robb, Richard A. and Stredney, Don},
      isbn = {1586033204},
      issn = {09269630},
      pages = {395--400},
      pmid = {15455933},
      title = {{A mobile and navigated image viewer for surgery - Evaluation of precision}},
      volume = {94},
      year = {2003} }
  • [incollection] bibtex | Dokument aufrufen Dokument aufrufen
    A. Hein, M. Klein, T. C. Lueth, J. Queck, M. Stien, O. Schermeier, und J. Bier, "Integration and Clinical Evaluation of an Interactive Controllable Robotic System for Anaplastology," in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), , 2001, vol. 2208, pp. 591-598.
    @incollection{Hein2001, abstract = {In this paper the integration and evaluation of a robotics system de- veloped at the Surgical Robotics Lab at the Charit{\'{e}},
      Berlin is presented. In the first clinical application the robotic system was used for the exact placement of implants to retain facial prostheses. In addition, the facial prostheses were fab- ricated using a rapid prototyping method and by mirroring the other side of the patient's face. In the paper the authors' experiences integrating the system into clinical routine are described. It became evident that only a careful optimization of each step of the intervention, starting with image acquisition and the patient fixation through the planning and the intraoperative execution by the robot leads to a significant advantage.},
      author = {Hein, Andreas and Klein, Martin and Lueth, Tim C. and Queck, Jochen and Stien, Malte and Schermeier, Olaf and Bier, Juergen},
      booktitle = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)},
      doi = {10.1007/3-540-45468-3_71},
      isbn = {3540426973},
      issn = {16113349},
      pages = {591--598},
      title = {{Integration and Clinical Evaluation of an Interactive Controllable Robotic System for Anaplastology}},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/3-540-45468-3{\_}71},
      volume = {2208},
      year = {2001} }