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Computational Intelligence in Sports

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  • © 2019

Overview

  • Presents recent research on computational intelligence (CI) algorithms in the field of sport
  • Focuses on individual sports, but also discusses team sports
  • Highlights CI algorithms used in different phases of athlete’s training sessions for individual disciplines such as marathons, cycling, and triathlons

Part of the book series: Adaptation, Learning, and Optimization (ALO, volume 22)

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This book presents recent research on computational intelligence (CI) algorithms in the field of sport. In the modern age, information technologies have greatly reduced the need for human effort in the carrying out of many daily tasks. These technologies have radically influenced the lives of humans, and the information society in general. Unfortunately, these advances have brought with them certain negative effects, including the encouragement of sedentary lifestyles and the attendant health problems such as obesity that these engender. Other modern maladies, chiefly cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer, have also been on the increase.
 
Today, sports are virtually the only activity that still connects modern humans to their original lifestyle, which was based on physical motion. This book tears familiarizing sports scientists with the foundations of computational intelligence, while at the same time presenting the problems that have arisen in thetraining domain to computer scientists.
 
Lastly, the book proposes the use of an Artificial Sports Trainer designed to enhance the training of modern athletes who cannot afford the considerable expense of hiring a human personal trainer. This intelligent system can monitor performance and design and direct appropriate future training, thus promoting both healthy lifestyles and competitive success in athletes.


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Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Sport and Science

  2. Human in Sports

  3. Sports Training and Computational Intelligence

  4. Applications of Computational Intelligence in Sports

Authors and Affiliations

  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia

    Iztok Fister, Iztok Fister Jr.

  • Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia

    Dušan Fister

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