Dagstuhl: Day 3 Sessions 1 and 2

Today is the final day of the Computer Science in Sport Conference (Special Emphasis:Football) at Schloss Dagstuhl. The morning session discussed Media and Data Acquisition issues. The session was chaired by Daniel Link (TU Munchen). Daniel presented first in this session. He reported on the Game Data Library Project for the Bundesliga. The aims of … Continue reading Dagstuhl: Day 3 Sessions 1 and 2

Dagstuhl: Day 2 Session 3

Session 3 of Day 2 at the Computer Science in Sport Conference (Special Emphasis:Football) at Schloss Dagstuhl was dedicated to Coaching themes. The session was chaired by and introduced by Stuart Morgan (Australian Institute of Sport). His introduction focussed on the ways coaches and scientists communicate.  I liked Stuart’s representation of the communication process. Stuart … Continue reading Dagstuhl: Day 2 Session 3

Dagstuhl: Day 2 Session 2

  Peter Lamb (TU Munich) was the first presenter in the second morning session of Day 2 at the Computer Science in Sport Conference (Special Emphasis:Football) at Schloss Dagstuhl. Peter discussed Self-Organising Maps (SOMs) and presented Basketball data to exemplify an SOM approach to movement observation and analysis. He developed his discussion with an analysis … Continue reading Dagstuhl: Day 2 Session 2