L. (Rens) A. Meerhoff
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Not Every Pass Can Be an Assist: A Data-Driven Model to Measure Pass Effectiveness in Professional Soccer Matches
FR Goes, M Kempe, LA Meerhoff, KAPM Lemmink
Big data 7 (1), 57-70, 2019
332019
Collision avoidance behavior between walkers: global and local motion cues
SD Lynch, R Kulpa, LA Meerhoff, J Pettré, A Crétual, AH Olivier
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 24 (7), 2078-2088, 2017
282017
Unlocking the potential of big data to support tactical performance analysis in professional soccer: A systematic review
FR Goes, LA Meerhoff, MJO Bueno, DM Rodrigues, FA Moura, MS Brink, ...
European journal of sport science 21 (4), 481-496, 2021
222021
How visual information influences coordination dynamics when following the leader
LA Meerhoff, HJ De Poel, C Button
Neuroscience letters 582, 12-15, 2014
212014
Asymmetric interpersonal coupling in a cyclic sports-related movement task
LRA Meerhoff, HJ De Poel
Human Movement Science 35, 66-79, 2014
192014
Guided by gaze: Prioritization strategy when navigating through a virtual crowd can be assessed through gaze activity
LA Meerhoff, J Bruneau, A Vu, AH Olivier, J Pettré
Acta Psychologica 190, 248-257, 2018
182018
Effects of Pacing Properties on Performance in Long-Distance Running
AW De Leeuw, LA Meerhoff, A Knobbe
Big data 6 (4), 248-261, 2018
132018
Influence of gait mode and body orientation on following a walking avatar
LRA Meerhoff, HJ de Poel, TWD Jowett, C Button
Human Movement Science 54, 377-387, 2017
72017
Reproducibility and validity of the STARtest; a test to monitor the change-of-direction speed and ball control of youth basketball players
SCM Te Wierike, EJY Tromp, LA Meerhoff, MJ Coelho-e-Silva, ...
Annals of Research in Sports and Physical Activity 6, 11-24, 2015
6*2015
Exploring Successful Team Tactics in Soccer Tracking Data
L Meerhoff, F Goes, AW de Leeuw, A Knobbe
ECML/PKDD 6th Workshop on Machine Learning and Data Mining for Sports Analytics, 2019
52019
Walking with avatars: Gait-related visual information for following a virtual leader
LA Meerhoff, HJ De Poel, TWD Jowett, C Button
Human Movement Science 66, 173-185, 2019
52019
Collision avoidance with multiple walkers: Sequential or simultaneous interactions?
LA Meerhoff, J Pettré, SD Lynch, A Crétual, AH Olivier
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2354, 2018
52018
Influence of path curvature on collision avoidance behaviour between two walkers
SD Lynch, R Kulpa, LA Meerhoff, A Sorel, J Pettré, AH Olivier
Experimental brain research, 1-12, 2020
32020
Articles with impact: insights into 10 years of research with machine learning
S van der Zwaard, AW de Leeuw, LRA Meerhoff, SC Bodine, A Knobbe
Journal of Applied Physiology 129 (4), 967-979, 2020
32020
Using mock data to explore the relationship between commitment to English language teaching and student learning
I Moodie, LA Meerhoff
Language Teaching 53 (1), 121-123, 2020
32020
ML-ModelExplorer: An Explorative Model-Agnostic Approach to Evaluate and Compare Multi-class Classifiers
A Theissler, S Vollert, P Benz, LA Meerhoff, M Fernandes
International Cross-Domain Conference for Machine Learning and Knowledge …, 2020
22020
Tactical Analyses in Professional Tennis
AW de Leeuw, A Hoekstra, L Meerhoff, A Knobbe
ECML/PKDD 6th Workshop on Machine Learning and Data Mining for Sports Analytics, 2019
22019
Training Distribution in 1500-m Speed Skating: A Case Study of an Olympic Gold Medalist
J Orie, N Hofman, LA Meerhoff, A Knobbe
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 16 (1), 149-153, 2020
2020
Collision avoidance between walkers with a twist: strategies for curvilinear and rectilinear paths.
S Lynch, R Kulpa, LA Meerhoff, A Sorel, J Pettré, AH Olivier
Conference of the International Society for Posture & Gait Research (ISPGR), 2019
2019
Mining Soccer Data: Subgroup discovery of tactics from spatio-temporal data
LA Meerhoff, AW de Leeuw, FR Goes, A Knobbe
ECML/PKDD 5th Workshop on Machine Learning and Data Mining for Sports Analytics, 2018
2018
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