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485 * ! Wed, 8/6/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-102B
Deciding Who Is Best in Sports — Topic Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Sports
Organizer(s): Ray Stefani, California State University, Long Beach
Chair(s): Ray Stefani, California State University, Long Beach   
10:35 AM Towards a Rating System for Multi-Competitor Games and Sports Mark Glickman, Boston University
10:55 AM Complex Network Approach to Cricket Matches - Expert Opinion and Individual Ranking Satyam Mukherjee, Northwestern University
11:15 AM Improving NFL Standings Using Bonus Points Niven Winchester, MIT
11:35 AM Is a Tennis Player's Popularity on Twitter Predictive of Playing Ability? Stephanie Kovalchik, RAND Corporation
11:55 AM Prestige Score: A Self-Consistent Method for Measuring the Performance of Tennis Players Filippo Radicchi, Indiana University
12:15 PM Floor Discussion

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