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Football analyzed as a complex system

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MMV - Mathematics of movement: an interdisciplinary approach to mutual challenges in animal ecology and cell biology

In recent years, the analysis of what happens on a playing field during a soccer match has aroused the interest of researchers working in the area of ​​complex systems. An approach to the study of this system that has been particularly successful is the one that uses complex networks to understand different aspects of the interactions between players and the emergence of collective behaviors. In this talk we will present an example of how different defense strategies can be studied through contact networks. To do this, we will analyze data from several meetings and complement this analysis with the proposal of a simple model that allows us to reproduce the results found.  

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