traveling fast. In order to improve such competitive abilities, players need to analyse their performance in detail and make an effective training plan.
In recent years, performanceanalysis in table tennis has grown in popularity. In the International Journal of Table Tennis Science published by the International Table Tennis Federation in 2013, eight papers were categorised as ‘Game Analysis’, which strongly related to performanceanalysis, and they accounted for 22% of all papers in the journal. Performanceanalysis provides objective data related to players’ skills
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A New Approach to Performance analysis of Point-To-Point Radio Links at Frequencies above 70 GHz
In this paper we discuss high throughput fixed point-to-point radio links in frequency bands above 70 GHz. These links are interesting as a commercial alternative to fiber connections in IP computer networks. Characteristics of equipment used for radio transmission above 70 GHz are presented. As rain is being the predominant propagation effect that causes link outages, standard rain model is described. Performance analysis in the case of adaptive radio equipment is presented. A new approach to point-to-point radio link performance analysis, that uses two dimensional rain cell models and performance criterion based on end-user experience, is proposed. This approach is compared with the standard point-to-point radio link performance analysis procedure, based on calculation of percentage of time when link is unavailable and percentage of time when link has reduced capacity. It is shown on characteristic examples that proposed performance analysis gives better insight into how rain event would really affect end-user.
Databases provide an efficient way to store, retrieve and analyze data. Oracle relational database is one of the most popular database management systems that is widely used in a different variety of industries and businesses. Therefore, it is important to guarantee that the database access and data manipulation is optimized for reducing database system response time. This paper intends to analyze the performance and the main optimization techniques (Forall, Returning, and Bulk Collect) that can be adopted for Oracle Relational Databases. The results have shown that the adoption of Forall and Bulk Collect approaches bring significant benefits in terms of execution time. Furthermore, the growth rate of the average execution time is lower for Bulk Collect than Forall. However, adoption of Returning approach doesn’t bring significant statistical benefits.
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Sports performanceanalysis has been a growing field of study in the last decade. Technological advances have allowed for a more detailed and time efficient analysis of athletes and team performance ( O’Donoghue, 2010
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associated with a variation in performance in different team sports (O'Donoghue, 2009). In particular, rule modifications have been associated with technical, tactical and strategic aspects of performance in competition ( Pollard, 2008 ). From the performanceanalysis perspective, rule modifications allow analysts to recognise the nonlinear and unpredictable nature of team’s performance when facing these changes. The available research was uniform, highlighting the key performance indicators for winning a game that were mainly dependent on the quantity of field goals made