Sport performance analysis is a technique that is
becoming every year more important for athletes of every level. Many
techniques have been developed to measure and analyse efficiently
the performance of athletes in some sports, but in combat sports
these techniques found in many times their limits, due to the high
interaction between the two opponents during the competition. In this
paper the problem will be framed. Moreover the physical performance
measurement problem will be analysed and three different techniques
to manage it will be presented. All the techniques have been used to
analyse the performance of 22 high level Judo athletes.
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