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Posted on October 29, 2008, under Misc
Hungarian scientists are working on computer software analyzing dog barks that could allow people to better recognize dogs’ basic emotions, Hungarian ethologist Csaba Molnar said.
Molnar and his colleagues at Budapest’s ELTE University have tested software which distinguishes the emotional reaction of 14 dogs of the Hungarian Mudi herding breed to six situations: When the dog is alone, when it sees a ball, it fights, it plays, it encounters a stranger, or it goes for a walk.
“A possible commercial application could be a device for dog-human communication,” the scientist told Reuters.
The computer correctly recognized the emotional reaction of the dogs based on their barks and yelps in 43 percent of the cases. People had judged correctly in 40 percent of cases.
Scientists said the software could be improved.
Molnar said the Hungarian scientists’ research provided further proof that different types of dog barks convey messages humans can understand even if they had no experience with dogs.
Posted on October 4, 2010, under Veterinary Book
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Posted on August 1, 2010, under Veterinary Software
The most complete and concise veterinary drug reference. VetDrug is a simple, clean and easy to use veterinary drug reference. It’s loaded with over 100 commonly used veterinary drugs and includes dosing, warnings and potential side effects.
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Posted on September 14, 2007, under Misc
The tenth edition of this well established text was reviewed and the intensively revised and and new diseases was added, based on the literature published in the whole world since 2000. One directs it mainly to the students of the veterinary medicine and the veterinary surgeons and the workmen of field of practice. It came to be intensively employed like a reference by veterinary surgeons in large and mixed the practical animal one around the world: it reached the international relevance, identification and acceptance with several translations.
The book is divided into section of general medicine (15 chapters) which describes the clinical examination and the manifestation of the disease in systems of body and a special section of medicine (21 chapters) which describes the specific diseases of the great animal species, their causes, epidemiology, pathophysiology, private clinic and of the pathological demonstrations, treatment, order and prevention, and risks zoonotic.