Computer Vision in Sports

Computer Vision in Sports

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The first book of its kind devoted to this topic, this comprehensive text/reference presents state-of-the-art research and reviews current challenges in the application of computer vision to problems in sports. Opening with a detailed introduction to the use of computer vision across the entire life-cycle of a sports event, the text then progresses to examine cutting-edge techniques for tracking the ball, obtaining the whereabouts and pose of the players, and identifying the sport being played from video footage. The work concludes by investigating a selection of systems for the automatic analysis and classification of sports play. The insights provided by this pioneering collection will be of great interest to researchers and practitioners involved in computer vision, sports analysis and media production.... Ahuja Abstract Most existing software packages for sports video analysis require manual annotation of important events in the video. Despite being the most popular sport in the United States, most American football game analysis is still done manually. ... two statistics that must be tagged by American Football coaches when watching and evaluating past play video clips, a process which takes manyanbsp;...


Title:Computer Vision in Sports
Author: Thomas B. Moeslund, Graham Thomas, Adrian Hilton
Publisher:Springer - 2015-01-19
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