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OkeyDoggy: A Mobile Application that Helps Understand Calming Signals of Dog Using MobileNetV2

Original Research (Published On: 27-May-2024 )
OkeyDoggy: A Mobile Application that Helps Understand Calming Signals of Dog Using MobileNetV2

Yongsoon Choi, Myungjin Kang and Rim Yu

Adv. Artif. Intell. Mach. Learn., 4 (2):2258-2275

Yongsoon Choi : Art & technology

Myungjin Kang : Art & Technology, Sogang Univ.

Rim Yu : Art & Technology, Sogang Univ.

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Article History: Received on: 15-Mar-24, Accepted on: 20-Apr-24, Published on: 27-May-24

Corresponding Author: Yongsoon Choi

Email: yongsoon@sogang.ac.kr

Citation: Yongsoon Choi, Rim Yu, Yongsoon Choi. (2024). OkeyDoggy: A Mobile Application that Helps Understand Calming Signals of Dog Using MobileNetV2. Adv. Artif. Intell. Mach. Learn., 4 (2 ):2258-2275


Abstract

    

Domestic dogs display a range of postures, facial expressions, and other body language 

cues that can be used to evaluate their emotional and mental state; however, many do not 

understand the meaning of theses signals. In this study, we recognized calming signal of 

companion dogs using a mobile application powered by MobileNetV2. Specifically, we 

recognized calming signal such as “Play bowing”, which indicates to reinitiate play after a 

pause, and “Licking nose”, which indicates nervousness. We conducted a user survey with 

44 dog owners to investigate if this mobile application provides positive user experiences, 

and received positive responses.

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