Presentations from the 2013 NESSIS
"Completing the Results of the 2013 Boston Marathon"
Richard Smith, SAMSI and University of North Carolina
"Crossing in Soccer has a Strong Negative Impact on Scoring:
Evidence from the English Premier League
and the German Bundesliga"
Jan Vecer, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
"State of Transition:
Estimating Real-Time Expected Possession Value in the NBA
with a Spatiotemporal Transition Model and Player Tracking Data"
Dan Cervone, Harvard University
"The Hot Hand: A New Approach to an Old 'Fallacy' "
Andrew Bocskocsky, John Ezekowitz, Carolyn Stein,
"Quantifying Offensive Player Types in the NBA
with Non-Negative Matrix Factorization"
Andrew Miller, Harvard University
"Mid-game Predictions for NBA Basketball"
Phil Everson, Swarthmore College
"Wherever the Dickey Winds Up, or is the Wind Up?
How Weather Affects the Knuckleball"
Robert Carver, Stonehill College
"Trends in Singles Play Intensity on the ATP Tour"
Stephanie Kovalchik, RAND Corporation
"Using Random Forests to Estimate
Win Probability before Each Play
of an NFL Football Game"
Dennis Lock, Iowa State University
"Trouble with the Curve: Identifying Clusters of
Pitchers using Improved Classification Techniques"
Michael Pane, Carnegie Mellon University
"Assessing Streakiness in Home Run Hitting"
Jim Albert, Bowling Green State University
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- Program schedule and presentation abstracts are now posted
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- Presentation slides have been posted.
- Links to videos of the talks and panel
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