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Autori: Sindik, Josko
Naslov: Applying Mathematical Theory of Games with Zero Result in Describing Sportsman’ s tactical performance at team sports.
( Applying Mathematical Theory of Games with Zero Result in Describing Sportsman’ s tactical performance at team sports. )
Izvornik: Summary book Alpe Adria Psychology Conference / Ilija Manenica (ur.). - Zadar : Odjel za psihologiju Sveučilišta u Zadru , 2005. .
Skup: Alpe Adria Psychology Conference
Mjesto i datum: Zadar, Hrvatska, 2005, svibanj
Ključne riječi: mathematical; games; team; sport; co-operation
( mathematical; games; team; sport; co-operation )
Mathematical games theory was theoretical invented by A. Rapoport, with a purpose for applying it on policy. This theory had tried to enable better making political decisions, on the contrary of the political opponent’ s decisions. This attempt is made at team sport’ s issue. The main tasks of the sport’ s training are given, according to the training domains. For the sportsmen engaged in competitive team activities, the list of the pre-conditions for functioning any group, from the point of view about requests for the individual, are given. Essential steps in organization optimal pre-conditions for the most simple and successful communication in kinesiological competitive collective activities, are described. Cooperation between players (hence the lock step teamwork) is essential pre-condition for the assorted tactical acting, during sport competition. The “ role-commitment” is a possible formula for prosperous defining tasks for individuals in a sport team. Every individual (player) in process of the sport competition get some specific “ role” or set of tasks, with clear defined expectations about that specific individual. Cooperation between players appears especially important factor, if we consider cooperation quality from point of view of predictability for individual competitor, in the relationship with his own players (in the same team – so called co-players) or opponents (players in the opponent team – opponents), in collective sports. Observing this problem from the aspect of games theory with a zero result, establishing different possible situations during sport competition could lead to considering advantages for specific possibilities. Those advantages are estimated according to predictability or non-predictability for the individual’ s motor action during sport competition, in relations with co-players (in the same team) or opponents (players in the opponent’ s team). The model could be relatively easily tested, in specific sport. According to the hypothesis of the author, predictability is in general better than unpredictability, whether for the players in the same team or for the opponent’ s team players.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Nema recenziju
Izvorni jezik: eng
Kategorija: Stručni
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