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SnapShot: Visualization to Propel Ice Hockey Analytics

Hannah Pileggi, Charles D. Stolper, J. Michael Boyle, John T. Stasko
2012 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
; and 3) communicating findings to stakeholders.Working closely with professional ice hockey analysts, we designed and built SnapShot, a system to integrate visualization into the hockey intelligence gathering  ...  SnapShot employs a variety of information visualization techniques to display shot data, yet given the importance of a specific hockey statistic, shot length, we introduce a technique, the radial heat  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to thank the study participants for giving their time to evaluate the system and the Information Interfaces Group, Yi Han, and the reviewers for their invaluable feedback  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2012.263 pmid:26357191 fatcat:knoiiqplubg3fc6x2l4znsqr7y

Reaching out : help-seeking behaviours among professional male ice hockey athletes

Kaitlin Louise Crawford
2021
Four main higher-order themes were identified in relation to help-seeking experiences among ice hockey athletes.  ...  To date, there have been no studies that have examined help-seeking behaviours and processes in professional male ice hockey.  ...  Acknowledgements I would first like to express my gratitude to my supervisor, Dr. Mark Beauchamp for his continued support and guidance throughout the duration of my Masters degree.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0395452 fatcat:6zskinnfb5bvdankg5m7l6h2uy

Data-Driven Analytics for Decision Making in Game Sports

Philipp German Seidenschwarz
2021
SnapShot: Visualization to Propel Ice Hockey Ana- lytics. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 18(12):2819–2828, 2012. doi: 10.1109/tvcg.2012.263.  ...  [PSB+ 12] present the system SnapShot for ice hockey analyses. This system was developed in close collaboration with a domain expert, i.e., a professional ice hockey analyst.  ... 
doi:10.5451/unibas-ep85422 fatcat:3jf7evy7ivhcba5evgazufnsrm

Supporting the Wellness at Work and Productivity of Ageing Employees in Industrial Environments: The sustAGE Project

Maria Pateraki, Manolis Lourakis, Leonidas Kallipolitis, Frank Werner, Petros Patias, Christos Pikridas
2019 Zenodo  
Based on complex data analytics algorithms [2] , DMSS follows a visual analytics approach [3] , providing interactive and visual representations of telemetry data and derived computational data.  ...  To ensure camera image authenticity, the RSU utilises a PRS Snapshot Sensor by Fraunhofer IIS, which captures tamper-proof Galileo PRS signals.  ...  and augmented reality technologies can support the process of clinical rehabilitation, making therapy more engaging, challenging and measurable for people with disabilities or injury, encouraging them to  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4294256 fatcat:ovybcpqny5eppniw7hb5vcsevy

Culinary fluid mechanics and other currents in food science [article]

Arnold J. T. M. Mathijssen, Maciej Lisicki, Vivek N. Prakash, Endre J. L. Mossige
2022 arXiv   pre-print
For every topic, we first provide an introduction accessible to food professionals and scientists in neighbouring fields.  ...  Here, we review how recent advances in hydrodynamics are changing food science, and we highlight how the surprising phenomena that arise in the kitchen lead to discoveries and technologies across the disciplines  ...  Please contact us, and we will try to incorporate them. A.J.T.M.M. acknowledges funding from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA-NIFA AFRI grants 2020-67017-30776 and 2020-67015-32330).  ... 
arXiv:2201.12128v1 fatcat:hxxpbhq5yjfpfi2vdq2a7qvtte

Book Reviews Vol XX No 3, full text

Contributing Authors
2010 The Northern Mariner  
It is analytical mathematics fleshing out history, much as it has been used in recent genetic approaches to paleontology and anthropology.  ...  The combination of text and charts gives us, for the first time, not just a snapshot of the staff but their background and training.  ...  the U.S. reaction to this.  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.465 fatcat:n2opfaor7ffn7cqogyhq5377u4

Text as Algorithm and as Process [chapter]

Paul Eggert
2010 Text and Genre in Reconstruction  
Acknowledgements All of us who have contributed to this volume, long in the making, would like to acknowledge with gratitude the help of many kinds given by the publisher and especially to its Managing  ...  Thanks are due to the Institute of English Studies (to its Director, for whom the dedication) and to the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London, and its Director, Professor Harold  ...  "rticρes by ςyseρf, Jeroςe McGann, Susan Hockey, and others, laid out what seemed to us -then -to be the compelρing advantages of digitaρ editions McGann , Hockey , Robinson and Deegan .  ... 
doi:10.2307/j.ctt5vjtd9.12 fatcat:kegc3rsth5eydj3r3m257xv67i

Îyacisitayin Newoskan Simakanîsîkanisak 'The (Re)Making of the Hobbema Community Cadet Corps Program'

Jordan R Koch
2015
conceive, negotiate, and, at times, contest their ideas about what it means (and doesn't mean) to be Maskwacis in the new millennium.  ...  This multiyear, ethnographic case study draws from a series of open-ended interviews with Maskwacis parents, youths, sports administrators, journalists, and other agents in the community to critically  ...  the game of ice hockey through his experiences at residential school.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3qz22q1h fatcat:ojon2ueukfdzhior6orzsqzvbu

Thinking with photographs at the margins of Antarctic exploration [article]

Kerry Bridgett McCarthy, University Of Canterbury
2011
to viewing core motivations.  ...  In seeking to reactivate these objects and pictures I turn to Elizabeth Edwards' notion of using photographs to think with, tracing the evolution of this idea through generations of thinking about photography  ...  For Geoffrey Batchen, snapshot making shows … the struggles of particular individuals to conform to the social expectations, and visual tropes, of their sex and class … everyone simultaneously wants to  ... 
doi:10.26021/6471 fatcat:iu7pev2z5zgo5ij7vqo2alndsu

Counterfactual Memorization in Neural Language Models [article]

Chiyuan Zhang, Daphne Ippolito, Katherine Lee, Matthew Jagielski, Florian Tramèr, Nicholas Carlini
2021 arXiv   pre-print
An open question in previous studies of memorization in language models is how to filter out "common" memorization.  ...  As models continue to scale up in parameters, training data, and compute, understanding memorization in language models is both important from a learning-theoretical point of view, and is practically crucial  ...  _START_SECTION_ Cause _START_PARAGRAPH_ The cause of the engine failure was determined to be icing.  ... 
arXiv:2112.12938v1 fatcat:72hizr3uajfyhjad7gssqjxsxi

One Water: A New Era in Water Management

2018 Open Rivers  
These moorings consist of a steel float 10 m below the surface (safe from ship propellers and the deepest projecting ice "keels"), which is tethered to an anchor by a steel rope.  ...  the sensor-analyte complex.  ...  About the Author Maria DeLaundreau coordinates and conducts land stewardship ranging from site to landscape scales, and is completing a masters degree at the University of Minnesota in natural resources  ... 
doi:10.24926/2471190x.4128 fatcat:a5mmsdkdsjbahklbr7laytyfii

The Implementation and Impact of a Self-Regulation Intervention on the Levels and Experiences of Stress, Burnout, Well-Being, and Self-Regulation Capacity of University Student-Athletes with Moderate to High Levels of Burnout

Nicole Dubuc-Charbonneau, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2016
experiencing moderate to high levels of burnout (Article 2).  ...  As such, researchers have called for intervention studies to find ways to alleviate and prevent burnout as this type of research is practically non-existent (Eklund & DeFreese, 2015; Goodger, Gorely et  ...  This work propelled various other researchers to propose numerous perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-197 fatcat:odsiemfctfb7fhfqquuzlhxapi

Sojourners : Undergraduate Journal of Sociology, Volume 3/4 [article]

Yun-Jou Chang
2012
Tara Pietski looks at the emotional labour performed by women who come to Canada as live-in caregivers.  ...  In Volume Three, Jasmine Luk interviewed several immigrants who either have worked or are currently working at Tim Hortons to explore the everyday ramifications of immigrant deskilling.  ...  It then flashes to his adulthood, as he watches his own son playing in full-gear in an ice rink.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0306860 fatcat:2sgfqywlorfpzfal6ivd2ot66u

Keeping Promises: The Royal Proclamation of 1763, Aboriginal Rights, and Treaties in Canada

Terry Fenge, Jim Aldridge, Kingston Mcgill, Hamar Foster
unpublished
In Canada, art museums tend to be born through the efforts of a community, driven by the passion of ambitious citizens, or built by municipal governments keen to manufacture their reputations as important  ...  The inspiration of two of the most important visual arts philanthropists in Canada, Michael Audain and his wife Yoshiko Karasawa, the museum reflects both their taste and their vision.  ...  There is, as well, a short original piece by Charles Wilkins on the history of Swedish ice-hockey players in the nhl (232-35).  ... 
fatcat:kk66jjwgjzhcbhj6ovjiq6svtu

The Making of Our Home and Native Land: Textbooks, Racialized Deictic Nationalism and the Creation of the National We

Bryan Smith, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2015
This thesis project explores the ways that we/us/our, they/them, you/your and other grammars/pronouns position readers in relation to a nationalizing we.  ...  both actively operate to contain the imagined spaces of the nation and describe it as our space exclusive of a them through the subtlety of grammar.  ...  Take, for example, watching an ice hockey game in a pub with others who have some association with ice hockey.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-4310 fatcat:knatf3ba5zfxnaj3lqe26jodlm
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