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573 Wed, 8/6/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-206B
Analysis of Baseball, Basketball, and Cricket Data — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Sports
Chair(s): Michael Rutter, Penn State   
2:05 PM Beyond Runs Expectancy Jim Albert, Bowling Green State University
2:20 PM Logistic Regression Based Simulation of Major League Baseball Seasons Richard Auer, Loyola University Maryland ; Claire Marie Reynolds, Loyola University Maryland
2:35 PM Bringing the Heat Jared Cross, Hunter College ; Dana Sylvan, Hunter College
2:50 PM The 20/30 Game Winner: An Endangered/Extinct Species? John Daniels, Central Michigan University
3:05 PM Advanced Metrics in Twenty20 Cricket Gamage Harsha Perera, Simon Fraser University ; Tim Swartz, Simon Fraser University ; Jack Davis, Simon Fraser University
3:20 PM Coach's Intuition and Analytics Jack Follis, University of St. Thomas ; Henry Foust, University of St. Thomas ; Todd Smith, University of St. Thomas ; Lukas Simon, Baylor College of Medicine
3:35 PM Estimating NBA Player Contribution with Regularized Logistic Regression Sameer Deshpande, Wharton School

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