A new approach in team sports analysis consists in studying positioning and movements of players during the game in relation to team performance. State of the art tracking systems produce spatio-temporal traces of players that have facilitated a variety of research aimed to extract insights from trajectories. Several methods borrowed from machine learning, network and complex systems, geographic information system, computer vision and statistics have been proposed. After having reviewed the state of the art in those niches of literature aiming to extract useful information to analysts and experts in terms of relation between players’ trajectories and team performance, this paper presents preliminary results from analysing trajectories data and sheds light on potential future research in this field of study. In particular, using convex hulls, we find interesting regularities in players’ movement patterns.

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Sensor Analytics in Basketball

Metulini, Rodolfo;Manisera, Marica;Zuccolotto, Paola
2017

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A new approach in team sports analysis consists in studying positioning and movements of players during the game in relation to team performance. State of the art tracking systems produce spatio-temporal traces of players that have facilitated a variety of research aimed to extract insights from trajectories. Several methods borrowed from machine learning, network and complex systems, geographic information system, computer vision and statistics have been proposed. After having reviewed the state of the art in those niches of literature aiming to extract useful information to analysts and experts in terms of relation between players’ trajectories and team performance, this paper presents preliminary results from analysing trajectories data and sheds light on potential future research in this field of study. In particular, using convex hulls, we find interesting regularities in players’ movement patterns.
Metulini, Rodolfo; Manisera, Marica; Zuccolotto, Paola
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