Comparison of hockey tracking dataset with other tracking datasets in liter- ature. Our hockey player tracking dataset is comparable to other multi-object tracking datasets commonly used in literature.

Comparison of hockey tracking dataset with other tracking datasets in liter- ature. Our hockey player tracking dataset is comparable to other multi-object tracking datasets commonly used in literature.

Context in source publication

Context 1
... prevent any game-level bias affecting the results, the split is made at the game level, such that the training clips are obtained from 17 games, validation clips from 4 games and test split from 4 games respectively. Table 2 compares the size of the dataset with other tracking datasets in literature. The hockey player tracking dataset is comparable in size with other tracking datasets used in literature. ...

Similar publications

Article
Full-text available
Groin pain is a common complaint in sports medicine practices but can be a challenge to accurately diagnose given the expanse of differentials. In the athlete, groin pain may be caused by a core muscle injury, also known as sports hernia or athletic pubalgia. These injuries most frequently occur in young males who participate in explosive and rotat...
Article
Full-text available
Men’s elite ice hockey is one of the most commercialised, popular and patriarchal sports in the global north. With reference to the scarce corpus of ice hockey research from non-American countries, in this article we examine the online portrayals of men who play professional ice hockey in 2 clubs in Norway and Sweden. We pose two research questions...
Article
Full-text available
This study aims to create and implement a indoor hockey passing exercise model for beginners and to measure the effectiveness of the model made. The research will be applied to research subjects as many as 60 students who have the characteristics of novice players, male high school students, aged between 15-17 years who have never participated in i...
Article
Full-text available
Background Collision sport participation rates among high school youth in Canada are high. While participation is beneficial for physical and mental well-being, the rates of injury in these sports are high. Aims This study aims to compare injury rates and profiles across four common youth collision sports (ice hockey, tackle football, lacrosse, ru...