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TimeClassifier - A Visual Analytic System for the Classification of Multi-Dimensional Time-Series Data / Mark, Jones; Rory, Wilson; Bob, Laramee; Emily, Shepard

The Visual Computer, Volume: 31, Issue: 6-8, Pages: 1067 - 1078

Swansesa University Authors: Mark, Jones, Rory, Wilson, Bob, Laramee, Emily, Shepard

DOI (Published version): 10.1007/s00371-015-1112-0

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Biologists studying animals in their natural environment are increasingly using sensors such as accelerometers in animal-attached ‘smart’ tags because it is widely acknowledged that this approach can enhance the understanding of ecological and behavioural processes. The potential of such tags is tem...

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description Biologists studying animals in their natural environment are increasingly using sensors such as accelerometers in animal-attached ‘smart’ tags because it is widely acknowledged that this approach can enhance the understanding of ecological and behavioural processes. The potential of such tags is tempered by the difficulty of extracting animal behaviour from the sensors which is currently primarily dependent on the manual inspection of multiple time-series graphs. This is time-consuming and error-prone for the domain expert and is now the limiting factor for realising the value of tags in this area. We introduce TimeClassifier, a visual analytic system for the classification of time-series data for movement ecologists. We deploy our system with biologists and report two real-world case studies of its use.
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