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Towards Automatic Identification of Elephants in the Wild

  title={Towards Automatic Identification of Elephants in the Wild},
  author={Matthias K{\"o}rschens and Bj{\"o}rn Barz and Joachim Denzler},
  • Matthias Körschens, Björn Barz, Joachim Denzler
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Identifying animals from a large group of possible individuals is very important for biodiversity monitoring and especially for collecting data on a small number of particularly interesting individuals, as these have to be identified first before this can be done. Identifying them can be a very time-consuming task. This is especially true, if the animals look very similar and have only a small number of distinctive features, like elephants do. In most cases the animals stay at one place only… CONTINUE READING
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