Interestingness measure for mining sequential patterns in sports

  title={Interestingness measure for mining sequential patterns in sports},
  author={Goran Hrovat and Iztok Fister and Katsiaryna Yermak and Gregor {\vS}tiglic and Iztok Fister},
  journal={J. Intell. Fuzzy Syst.},
The increasing availabilities of tracking devices, including mobile devices and sports trackers with heart-rate monitors, accelerometers and GPS receivers, have increased the interest in developing fitness applications. The aims of these applications are to improve the motivations of athletes during training, as to track the histories of their sports activities, to advise the type of training for the future, and even to share this information with friends on social networks. This study proposes… 

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