Is Cricket really by chance?

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

Abstract

In this paper we have tested the hypothesis that run rate per over or runs made in
each over in a one day cricket match is random. We have also done a time series analysis of the data. It is observed that in some cases it is possible to forecast the
run rate per over.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThird Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport
EditorsNeville de Mistre
Place of PublicationGold Coast
PublisherANZIAM
Pages69-76
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 1996
Event3rd conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport - Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia
Duration: 30 Sep 19962 Oct 1996
Conference number: 3rd
http://www.anziam.org.au/Third+MCS

Conference

Conference3rd conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport
CountryAustralia
CityGold Coast
Period30/09/962/10/96
Internet address

Fingerprint

Time Series Analysis
Forecast

Cite this

Kumar, K. (1996). Is Cricket really by chance? In N. de Mistre (Ed.), Third Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport (pp. 69-76). Gold Coast: ANZIAM.
Kumar, Kuldeep. / Is Cricket really by chance?. Third Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport. editor / Neville de Mistre. Gold Coast : ANZIAM, 1996. pp. 69-76
@inproceedings{1d399bf729c24010adf41a3d79d10570,
title = "Is Cricket really by chance?",
abstract = "In this paper we have tested the hypothesis that run rate per over or runs made in each over in a one day cricket match is random. We have also done a time series analysis of the data. It is observed that in some cases it is possible to forecast the run rate per over.",
author = "Kuldeep Kumar",
year = "1996",
language = "English",
pages = "69--76",
editor = "{de Mistre}, Neville",
booktitle = "Third Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport",
publisher = "ANZIAM",

}

Kumar, K 1996, Is Cricket really by chance? in N de Mistre (ed.), Third Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport. ANZIAM, Gold Coast, pp. 69-76, 3rd conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport, Gold Coast, Australia, 30/09/96.

Is Cricket really by chance? / Kumar, Kuldeep.

Third Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport. ed. / Neville de Mistre. Gold Coast : ANZIAM, 1996. p. 69-76.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

TY - GEN

T1 - Is Cricket really by chance?

AU - Kumar, Kuldeep

PY - 1996

Y1 - 1996

N2 - In this paper we have tested the hypothesis that run rate per over or runs made in each over in a one day cricket match is random. We have also done a time series analysis of the data. It is observed that in some cases it is possible to forecast the run rate per over.

AB - In this paper we have tested the hypothesis that run rate per over or runs made in each over in a one day cricket match is random. We have also done a time series analysis of the data. It is observed that in some cases it is possible to forecast the run rate per over.

UR - http://www.anziam.org.au/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=70

M3 - Conference contribution

SP - 69

EP - 76

BT - Third Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport

A2 - de Mistre, Neville

PB - ANZIAM

CY - Gold Coast

ER -

Kumar K. Is Cricket really by chance? In de Mistre N, editor, Third Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Sport. Gold Coast: ANZIAM. 1996. p. 69-76