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Elementary Mathematical Modelization of Games and Sports

  • Pierre Parlebas
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Part of the Methodos Series book series (METH, volume 1)

Abstract

Sports today represent a social factor of major importance, from a cultural and political as much from an economical viewpoint. Sports and athletic games play a primary role in the socialization process of children and adolescents. So it is important to expose their characteristics and functioning mechanisms. This is what we have tried to do, by proposing a modelization of ludic athletic situations, that is by formalizing the fundamental processes linked to the motor action they put in place.

Keywords

Free Player Basketball Player Motor Interaction Internal Logic Group Sport 
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