Model-Based Segmentation and Classification of Gull Trajectories

@inproceedings{Buchin2016ModelBasedSA,
  title={Model-Based Segmentation and Classification of Gull Trajectories},
  author={Maike. Buchin and Stef. Sijben},
  year={2016}
}
  • Maike. Buchin, Stef. Sijben
  • Published 2016
We analyse the trajectories of two species of gulls. The dataset consists of the trajectories of 101 individuals breeding at the Belgian Coast over just more than 2 years (Stienen et al., 2016). Our goal is to analyse the migration and nonmigration behaviour of these birds, in particular comparing these two behaviours across species and individuals. For this we employ model-based segmentation and classification (Alewijnse et al., 2014b). First we segment and classify the input trajectories… CONTINUE READING

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