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Local Positioning Systems in (Game) Sports
AbstractPosition data of players and athletes are widely used in sports performance analysis for measuring the amounts of physical activities as well as for tactical assessments in game sports. However, positioning sensing systems are applied in sports as tools to gain objective information of sports behavior rather than as components of intelligent spaces (IS). The paper outlines the idea of IS for the sports context with special focus to game sports and how intelligent sports feedback systems can benefit from IS. Henceforth, the most common location sensing techniques used in sports and their practical application are reviewed, as location is among the most important enabling techniques for IS. Furthermore, the article exemplifies the idea of IS in sports on two applications.
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Leser, R.; Baca, A.; Ogris, G. Local Positioning Systems in (Game) Sports. Sensors 2011, 11, 9778-9797.View more citation formats
Leser R, Baca A, Ogris G. Local Positioning Systems in (Game) Sports. Sensors. 2011; 11(10):9778-9797.Chicago/Turabian Style
Leser, Roland; Baca, Arnold; Ogris, Georg. 2011. "Local Positioning Systems in (Game) Sports." Sensors 11, no. 10: 9778-9797.
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