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This paper introduces the concept of first-person animal activity recognition, the problem of recognizing activities from a view-point of an animal (e.g., a dog). Similar to first-person activity recognition scenarios where humans wear cameras, our approach estimates activities performed by an animal wearing a camera. This enables monitoring and understanding of natural animal behaviors even when there are no people around them. Its applications include automated logging of animal behaviors fordoi:10.1109/icpr.2014.739 dblp:conf/icpr/IwashitaTKR14 fatcat:53q2tr7ocbdsbhwbdr4kf4frcm