WiMoiS - Modeling of Game Performance
A little man stands in the forest, not at all still and quiet
In order to assess the performance of individual athletes in team sports such as soccer or ice hockey, the concept of individual playing ability is of great importance. The ability to play determines to a large extent the performance of the players during competitions (performances in near play exercise forms are included in the training).
Two players, 1 versus 1
As part of the WiMois(1) project, SCCH and its partners are working together on the conceptual basis for a software system for the semantic and data-based assessment of individual performance in team sports. Furthermore, an integrated knowledgebase and reasoning engine based on these principles will be prototypically developed and the feasibility demonstrated as a use case based on soccer data.
The Project Partners
- University of Vienna, Centre for Sport Science and University Sports, Department of Sport Science
- Software Competence Center Hagenberg GmbH
- inmotioTec GmbH
Publications already published in the project (excerpts)
- Thomas Hoch, Matthias Dorfer, Roland Leser, Günter Stelzhammer, and Arnold Baca, „Kamerabasierte Bestimmung der Puck-Position im Eishockey“, in Sportinformatik X, Hamburg: Czwalina, 2015, Bd. 244, S. 36–41.
- R. Leser, B. Moser, T. Hoch, J. Stögerer, G. Kellermayr, S. Reinsch, and A. Baca, „Expert-oriented modelling of a 1vs1-situation in football“, International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport, Bd. 15, Nr. 3, S. 949–966, Dez. 2015.
(1) WiMoiS: Wissensbasierte Modellierung der individuellen Spielleistung von LeistungssportlerInnen in Mannschaftssportarten