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Development of adaptive monitoring algorithm to identify parameters deviations of animals in the management information system of livestock enterprises

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L.V. Antonov – Post-graduate Student, Department ««Physics and Applied Mathematics»», Murom Branch Vladimir State University named after A.&N. Stoletovs. E-mail: LevAntonov@yandex.ru A.D. Varlamov – Ph. D. (Eng.), Associate Professor, Department «Information Systems», Murom Branch Vladimir State University named after A.&N. Stoletovs. E-mail: Varlamov_Aleks@mail.ru A.A. Orlov – Dr. Sc. (Eng.), Associate Professor, Head of Department ««Physics and Applied Mathematics»», Murom Branch Vladimir State University named after A.&N. Stoletovs. E-mail: AlexeyAlexOrlov@gmail.com


The production process includes a large number of production objects (animals), modern equipment and large number of factors (production characteristics) that require monitoring. Automated systems of livestock enterprises make data analysis from a large number of sensors and equipment for detailed control over a condition animals Manual control of critical situations and changes in the production process (breakdown of equipment, animal diseases), which gives the stopping of the production process and the additional costs is not possible. Relevance to the development of additional program means and algorithms for automation livestock enterprises to eliminate the imperfections of modern tools and the active development of the industry are show in the article. Problem of identification postpartum periods estrus for dairy farming\'s animals is presented in the article. Analysis of foreign and domestic literature devoted to research its issue performed. The analysis showed that foreign automated information systems are not able to accurately determine the periods of postnatal subinvolution, making the existence of the animal useless and raises additional costs for its maintenance. Analysis foreign work demonstrates that changing the state of animal, is associated with the postnatal subinvolution, independent of increase in the motor activity of the animal. Solution of the problem is provided by data approximation of the activity animal and the application of the rules of three-sigma for the difference between of the original time series and approximation time series. The developed algorithm received experimental evaluation. The results of the algorithm are measured by four characteristics. The results of the algorithm work is better than analogues for all characteristics. The developed algorithm will be the basis system of the automated intellectual control of the production enterprises and will allow to solve number of problems related to the symptoms disease identification at an early stage of their occurrence.
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