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Lloyd Lowell Messersmith and the Origins of Notational Analysis

Background This is a revised version of a paper I wrote in 1994 to celebrate the life and work of Lloyd Lowell Messersmith. I reproduce it...

Remembering Lloyd: Celebrating Curation

Today was a serendipity day. This morning, I read a post by Anita Brooks Kirkland about the role of the teacher-librarian as a curator.  She...

History on Clyde Street

I have blogging on Clyde Street since 2008. It took me a while to explore sport history on my site.

Donald Knuth, basketball and computers in sport

Introduction Donald Knuth received a scholarship in 1956 to attend the Case Institute of Technology in Cleveland, Ohio. During his time at the Institute, Donald...

Distances traversed at the 2018 FIFA World Cup after 14 games

In May 2018, FIFA announced that Electronic Performance and Tracking Systems that comprise  "two optical tracking cameras located on the media tribune" will track...

Jane Laurence and Karl Randels

In 1940, Jane Laurence and Karl Randels co-authored a paper with Lloyd Messersmith that was published in the Research Quarterly 11(3), 30-31. The paper was...

Stephen Maxwell Corey

Stephen Corey was the co-author with Lloyd Messersmith of the 1931 paper The distance traversed by a basketball player. At that time, Stephen was...

Anna Espenschade: notating and analysing field hockey in 1936

Introduction Anna Espenschade is rarely mentioned in the discussion of performance analysis in field hockey. I have reported her work in Clyde Street posts but in...

Pattern Recognition

Thank you for finding this page. I concluded the MailChimp email with this observation: ... the more we know about informatics and analytics processes, the more...

Distance Traversed: a 1930 perspective

1930 is a significant year for those interested in the notational analysis of sport performance. I have written about Lloyd Messersmith's research in basketball in...