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Author(s): Araújo, D.
Ramos, J.
Lopes, R. J.
Editor: Pedro Passos
Keith Davids
Jia Yi Chow
Date: 2016
Title: Shared affordances guide interpersonal synergies in sport teams
Book title/volume: Interpersonal coordination and performance in social systems
Pages: 165 - 178
Reference: Araújo, D., Ramos, J., & Lopes, R. J. (2016). Shared affordances guide interpersonal synergies in sport teams. EM P. Passos, K. Davids, & J. Y. Chow (eds.). Interpersonal coordination and performance in social systems (pp. 165-178). Routledge. 2-s2.0-85107246445
ISBN: 9781315700304
DOI (Digital Object Identifier): 10.4324/9781315700304
Abstract: This chapter focuses on the technologies for monitoring interpersonal coordination in team sports as this is an area that is receiving growing interest. They can be categorized into those based on: signal propagation sensing, inertial sensors, vision/image-based systems, and electro-magnetic tracking. The chapter provides an overview of the technologies available for studying interpersonal coordination, highlighting the key measurement principles. Vision systems can be categorized as marker based or non-marker based. This chapter talks about the capabilities and availability of technologies that can be used to assess interpersonal coordination are developing rapidly. Technologies such as mobile phones containing Global Positioning System (GPS) and inertial sensors offer considerable potential. These and other developing technologies offer the possibility of extending the scale and frequency of interpersonal coordination analyses in both research and real-world contexts. The chapter also explains the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) that is a system of satellites provides positioning over the entire globe.
Peerreviewed: no
Access type: Open Access
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