An investigation into the possibility of theoretical modelling for the purposes of examining the non-associative nature of probabilities of game based skill tasks within competitive sports matches

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Walsh, Joseph Franklin Robert. (2010). An investigation into the possibility of theoretical modelling for the purposes of examining the non-associative nature of probabilities of game based skill tasks within competitive sports matches. Tenth Australasian Conference on mathematics and computers in sport. pp. 205 - 212
AuthorsWalsh, Joseph Franklin Robert
KeywordsHuman Movement and Sports Science not elsewhere classified;--Organised Sports
Year2010
JournalProceedings of the Tenth Australasian Conference on mathematics and computers in sport
Page range205 - 212
ISBN9780957862357
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