Identifying stationary phases in multivariate time series for highlighting behavioural modes and home range settlements

Rémi Patin, Marie-Pierre Etienne, Emilie Lebarbier, Simon Benhamou & Simon Chamaillé‐Jammes
1. Recent advances in bio-logging open promising perspectives in the study of animal movements at numerous scales. It is now possible to record time-series of animal locations and ancillary data (e.g. activity level derived from on-board accelerometers) over extended areas and long durations with a high spatial and temporal resolution. Such time-series are often piecewise stationary, as the animal may alternate between different stationary phases (i.e. characterised by a specific mean and variance of some...
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