Cricket batting technique analyser/trainer using fuzzy logic
Curtis, K.M.; Kelly, M.; Craven, M.P.
MICHAEL CRAVEN firstname.lastname@example.org
Within this paper a system is proposed to capture the motion of a cricket batter whilst playing a stroke. The system is based on the classification of cricket batting strokes using fuzzy logic. The system was then used to analyze the motion of novice batters (from the Jamaica under fifteen cricket teams) and an expert batter (the coach of the Jamaica under fifteen team). The results presented are compared to the coach's analysis for the same strokes. This showed that the analysis system was effective in evaluating how well the strokes were played, however problems were encountered with the positioning of the motion capture transducers.
|Start Date||Jul 5, 2009|
|Publisher||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers|
|APA6 Citation||Curtis, K., Kelly, M., & Craven, M. (2009). Cricket batting technique analyser/trainer using fuzzy logic. doi:10.1109/icdsp.2009.5201206|
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