CRICRATE: A Cricket Match Conduction and Player Evaluation Framework
Cricket has appeared as one of the most favorite outdoor games in the present world. The cricket players represent a country and create economic, political, and diplomatic relations among nations. The cricket board of a country requires selecting the fittest players for the upcoming team among some good players. We propose an architecture called Cricket Match Conduction and Player Evaluation Framework by developing some algorithms to predict the score of the players as well as the algorithm to evaluate the man of the match in one day or test cricket match. We implemented the framework by Weka and web technology.
KeywordsPlayer evaluation Cricket Local match Score prediction Man of the match
This research was partially supported by Academic Innovation Fund, ICT Division, Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh.
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