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Survey of Sports Video Analysis: Research Issues and Applications

@inproceedings{Wang2003SurveyOS,
  title={Survey of Sports Video Analysis: Research Issues and Applications},
  author={Jenny R. Wang and Nandan Parameswaran},
  booktitle={VIP},
  year={2003}
}
Video processing has found many applications in sports such as slow motion replay, pattern analysis, statistics collection, video archiving, etc. This paper reviews current research in sports video analysis and discusses the research issues of the field and the potential applications. 

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