Brian Kemp

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Lying behavior is a relevant indicator for the evaluation of cow welfare. Lying can be recorded automatically by data loggers attached to one of the hind legs of a cow. A threshold for the duration of a lying bout (LB) record is required, however, to discard false records caused by horizontal leg movements, such as scratching. Previously determined(More)
When linear relationships between bio-electrical signals have to be established, it is important to consider the possible influence of noise added to these signals during recording and processing. Using a model for the signal generation (Fig. 1A) and one for the signal processing (Fig. 1B), the influence of uncorrelated noise in parallel signal processing(More)
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