Understanding Uncertainty Issues in the Exploration of Fish Counts

@inproceedings{BeauxisAussalet2016UnderstandingUI,
  title={Understanding Uncertainty Issues in the Exploration of Fish Counts},
  author={Emma Beauxis-Aussalet and Lynda Hardman},
  booktitle={Fish4Knowledge},
  year={2016}
}
Several data analysis steps are required for understanding computer vision results and drawing conclusions about the actual trends in the fish populations. Particular attention must be drawn to the potential errors that can impact the scientific validity of end-results. This chapter discusses the means for ecologists to investigate the uncertainty in computer vision results. We address a set of uncertainty factors identified by interviewing both ecology and computer vision experts, as discussed… 

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