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Table 3 Example of match between expectations and observations

From: Understanding and geo-referencing animal contacts: proximity sensor networks integrated with GPS-based telemetry

Minute Expected event Observed event Typology event
1 No contact No contact True positive (TP)
2 No contact No contact True positive (TP)
3 No contact No contact True positive (TP)
4 No contact No contact True positive (TP)
5 Start contact with L1 Contact with L1 True positive (TP)
GPS triggered GPS location True positive (TP)
6 In contact with L1 Contact with L1 True positive (TP)
7 In contact with L1 No contact with L1 False negative (FN)
8 End of contact with L1 No contact with L1 True positive (TP)
9 Start contact with L1 Contact with L1 True positive (TP)
GPS triggered GPS location True positive (TP)
10 End of contact with L1 No contact with L1 True positive (TP)
11 Start contact with L2 Contact with L2 True positive (TP)
GPS triggered GPS location True positive (TP)
12 End of contact with L2 Contact with L2 False positive (FP)
13 No contact Contact with L2 False positive (FP)
14 Start contact with L2 Contact with L2 True positive (TP)
GPS triggered No GPS location True positive (TP)
15 In contact with L2 Contact with L2 True positive (TP)
16 In contact with L2 Contact with L2 True positive (TP)
  1. Example of matching the expected and observed data in terms of contact detection and contact-triggered GPS location acquisition. The results refer to the first scenario, as for Table 2 (one mobile logger M1 and two fixed loggers L1 and L2, power 3, see also Fig. 2), and specifically to the results obtained for the mobile logger. The recorded events depend on the comparison of expected and observed events