Abstract

This report describes a study project done at the Rudolf Magnus Institute (RMI) in the eld of neural network development. The goal of this study is to develop a neural network that is able to automatically classify rat behaviour from video. This project was started because of the great di erences in perception and classi cation of rat behaviour between human observers. Chapter 1 consists of a general introduction to the RMI and the work done there. Chapter 2 is a discussion of the research and methods. Chapter 3 describes the tools that were used in the project. Chapter 4 is an overview of the research I did and the results I obtained, and also details the various kinds of networks used. The last chapter contains conclusions and some suggestions for further research. Finally, there is an appendix containing a sample output le from one of the tools used. Chapter

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@inproceedings{Florncio1998RatsOL, title={Rats on Lm}, author={Christophe Costa Flor{\^e}ncio and Rudolf Magnus}, year={1998} }