Search for tag: "player"

Seeing More Pitches: Analyzing the Effect of Extended At-Bats on Offensive Production, Kaden Kram, UG '24 (8A052AA1)

At the heart of America's favorite pastime, professional baseball organizations look to build teams and develop game strategies in the pursuit of championships with the heavy influence of…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 3 likes 31 plays

Strategic Mastery in Terminal: A Novel Reinforcement Learning Approach to Tower-Defense Gameplay, Shivam Kak, UG '26, Ishaan Javali, UG '26, Yagiz Devre, UG '26 (5EE515B6)

From chess to Atari to AlphaGo, performance in games has been a benchmark of performance for machine learning. Terminal is a tower-defense game where players submit algorithms that play against each…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 1 likes 27 plays

ECE 524 Session 19 | 4.16

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 7 plays

ECE-524 Session 17 | 4.09

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 11 plays

Finding Momentum in Division One Baseball, Jason Ding, UG '25 (2770524)

There is thorough research proving the hot-hand notion, or the tendency to believe that a successful streak is likely to lead to further success, as a fallacy in sports. This research disproves the…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 7 likes 92 plays

Can Pitchers Gain a New Edge in Baseball by Profiling a Hitter’s Swing Path?, Tony Owens Jr, UG '24 (2278771)

A baseball game is a series of batter, pitcher matchups. The pitcher seeks to do one of two things: prevent the batter from making contact, or cause the batter to make weak contact, which will lead…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 5 likes 61 plays

Who Tells The Story: Speech in Collaborative Roleplaying Games, August Roberts, UG (2770101)

My research uses transcripts from the Dungeons & Dragons actual play Dimension 20 to examine the extent to which different players in a singular D&D game contribute to the telling of the…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 1 likes 61 plays

Teaching Computers to Negotiate, Denis Peskoff, Postdoc (3949464)

Negotiation is a core component of day-to-day life and international politics. But this is not a skill we associate with the everyday Artificial Intelligence of today: Siri and Alexa do not…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 10 likes 134 plays

ReMatch+ Intern - May Tieu

Identity in Professional Sports

From  our Undergraduate Research 1 likes 8 plays

Bill Buxton Full Lecture

From  Carrie Collins 0 likes 5 plays

The Banjo: Music and Conversation with Robby George and Tony Trischka

The banjo was not born in the United States, but it became the quintessential American instrument. There are various types of banjos and many styles of playing. Robby George and Tony Trischka will…

From  Evelyn Behling 0 likes 258 plays

A new quantum spin liquid candidate for storage applications

At very low temperatures near the absolute zero, most of the matters will be freeze, hence the electrons become highly ordered. Quantum spin liquid is a novel phenomenon in which the electrons are…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 0 likes 70 plays

Race and The NFL: A Conversation with Michael Bennett - March 11, 2019

Race and The NFL: A Conversation with Michael Bennett Michael Bennett Author, Activist, & Football Player National Football League Eddie Glaude, Jr. Chair and James S. McDonnell Distinguished…

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff 0 likes 210 plays

The Challenge of Adding to the Legacy of Princeton Basketball

From  Alumni Education 0 likes 8 plays