THE ANALYSIS OF THE IMPORTANCE OF EACH SECTION IN ROUTINE THROUGH GREY RELATIONAL GRADE IN THE PLAYING TIME-DISTRIBUTION AND SCORES FOR ASIAN GAMES' WUSHU-CHANG-QUAN
Keywords: Wushu, grey system, relational grade, routine, time distribution
AbstractThe playing time of Wushu-Chang-Quan required routine cannot be less than 1'20". This research had the swre as the grey information, and the playing time of each section as the white information, to realise the relational series between the time distribution of each section and swre through grey relational analysis. Contents of the required routine are the same and playing times are similar, so the relation between time and score could be the relation between section and score. The research analysed Wushu-Chang-Quan event in '96 and '97 Taiwan's Games. The reliability of judge's scores was established through the Kendall coefficient of concordance (p<.01). Through the Grey Relation Model. it is found: The greater the quantity and variety in structure and arrangement in the section, the more the section influences the score.
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