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Statistical Analysis of K-League Data using Poisson Model
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 Title & Authors
Statistical Analysis of K-League Data using Poisson Model
Kim, Yang-Jin;
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 Abstract
Several statistical models for bivariate poisson data are suggested and used to analyze 2011 K-league data. Our interest is composed of two purposes: The first purpose is to exploit potential attacking and defensive abilities of each team. Particular, a bivariate poisson model with diagonal inflation is incorporated for the estimation of draws. A joint model is applied to estimate an association between poisson distribution and probability of draw. The second one is to investigate causes on scoring time of goals and a regression technique of recurrent event data is applied. Some related future works are suggested.
 Keywords
Bivariate poisson data;diagonal inflation model;K-league;random effect;recurrent event data;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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Journal of the Korean Data and Information Science Society, 2014. vol.25. 6, pp.1221-1229 crossref(new window)
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