Alevtina Dubovitskaya
Alevtina Dubovitskaya
HSLU Lucerne, Swisscom
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Secure and trustable electronic medical records sharing using blockchain
A Dubovitskaya, Z Xu, S Ryu, M Schumacher, F Wang
AMIA annual symposium proceedings 2017, 650, 2017
Multi-agent systems and blockchain: Results from a systematic literature review
D Calvaresi, A Dubovitskaya, JP Calbimonte, K Taveter, M Schumacher
International conference on practical applications of agents and multi-agent …, 2018
How blockchain could empower ehealth: An application for radiation oncology
A Dubovitskaya, Z Xu, S Ryu, M Schumacher, F Wang
VLDB Workshop on Data Management and Analytics for Medicine and Healthcare, 3-6, 2017
Trust in tourism via blockchain technology: results from a systematic review
D Calvaresi, M Leis, A Dubovitskaya, R Schegg, M Schumacher
Information and communication technologies in tourism 2019, 304-317, 2019
A cloud-based ehealth architecture for privacy preserving data integration
A Dubovitskaya, V Urovi, M Vasirani, K Aberer, MI Schumacher
IFIP International Information Security and Privacy Conference, 585-598, 2015
A multiagent system for dynamic data aggregation in medical research
A Dubovitskaya, V Urovi, I Barba, K Aberer, MI Schumacher
BioMed research international 2016, 2016
Applications of blockchain technology for data-sharing in oncology: results from a systematic literature review
A Dubovitskaya, P Novotny, Z Xu, F Wang
oncology 98 (6), 403-411, 2020
Trusted registration, negotiation, and service evaluation in multi-agent systems throughout the blockchain technology
D Calvaresi, A Dubovitskaya, D Retaggi, AF Dragoni, M Schumacher
2018 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI), 56-63, 2018
Reputation management in multi-agent systems using permissioned blockchain technology
D Calvaresi, V Mattioli, A Dubovitskaya, AF Dragoni, M Schumacher
2018 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI), 719-725, 2018
ACTION-EHR: Patient-Centric Blockchain-Based Electronic Health Record Data Management for Cancer Care
A Dubovitskaya, F Baig, Z Xu, R Shukla, PS Zambani, A Swaminathan, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (8), e13598, 2020
TUCUXI: an intelligent system for personalized medicine from individualization of treatments to research databases and back
A Dubovitskaya, T Buclin, M Schumacher, K Aberer, Y Thoma
Proceedings of the 8th ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics …, 2017
The good, the bad, and the ethical implications of bridging blockchain and multi-agent systems
D Calvaresi, JP Calbimonte, A Dubovitskaya, V Mattioli, JG Piguet, ...
Information 10 (12), 363, 2019
Intelligent health care data management using blockchain: current limitation and future research agenda
A Dubovitskaya, P Novotny, S Thiebes, A Sunyaev, M Schumacher, Z Xu, ...
Heterogeneous Data Management, Polystores, and Analytics for Healthcare, 277-288, 2019
A Game-Theoretic Analysis of Cross-Chain Atomic Swaps with HTLCs
J Xu, D Ackerer, A Dubovitskaya
arXiv preprint arXiv:2011.11325, 2020
Essais cliniques multicentriques: transparence et contrôle de la qualité grâce à la blockchain et aux systèmes multi-agents
A Dubovitskaya, D Calvaresi, MI Schumacher
Swiss Medical Informatics 34 (00), 2018
Privacy-Preserving Data Exchange and Aggregation in Healthcare
A Dubovitskaya
EPFL, 2018
Heterogeneous Data Management, Polystores, and Analytics for Healthcare: VLDB 2019 Workshops, Poly and DMAH, Los Angeles, CA, USA, August 30, 2019, Revised Selected Papers
V Gadepally, T Mattson, M Stonebraker, F Wang, G Luo, Y Laing, ...
Springer Nature, 2019
Privacy preserving interoperability for personalized medicine
AV Dubovitskaya
Swiss Medical Informatics 30, 2014
Blockchain Applications in Healthcare
A Dubovitskaya
The Emerald Handbook of Blockchain for Business, 2021
A Game-Theoretic Analysis of Cross-Ledger Swaps with Packetized Payments
A Dubovitskaya, D Ackerer, J Xu
arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.02056, 2021
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