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Table 1 Summary of some automatic animal behaviour classification systems based on the statistical classification of tri-axial accelerometer data

From: Animal-borne behaviour classification for sheep (Dohne Merino) and Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum and Diceros bicornis)

Animal Behaviour Accuracy (%) Source
Baboon Forage, run, rest, stand, walk 88 [19]
Badger Walking, trotting, snuffling, resting 83–92 [8, 10]
Cattle Walking, standing, lying down, ruminating, feeding 55–99 [11, 12, 18, 20]
Cheetah Feeding, mobile, stationary 83–94 [15]
Elephant Feeding, bathing, walking, swaying 87.8 [14]
Goat Resting, eating, walking 61–82 [17]
Oystercatcher Flying, foraging, handling prey, sitting, standing, walking 67.6–86.8 [13]
Red Fox Foraging, leaps, trotting 95 [16]
Vulture Eating, lying down, active flight, passive flight, running, standing, preening 80–90 [9]
  1. The accuracies shown were calculated by the various authors in different ways. Please refer to the studies themselves to determine exactly how the individual accuracies were calculated