Extracting tennis statistics from wireless sensing environments
Shaeib, Adel and Conroy, Kenneth and Roantree, Mark (2009) Extracting tennis statistics from wireless sensing environments. In: DMSN 2009 - Data Management for Sensor Networks, 24 August 2009, Lyon, France.
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Creating statistics from sporting events is now widespread with most eorts to automate this process using various sensor devices. The problem with many of these statistical applications is that they require proprietary applications to process the sensed data and there is rarely an option to
express a wide range of query types. Instead, applications
tend to contain built-in queries with predened outputs. In
the research presented in this paper, data from a wireless
network is converted to a structured and highly interoperable format to facilitate user queries by expressing high level queries in a standard database language and automatically generating the results required by coaches.
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