Bowls Performance Evaluation – Introduction
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This page lists the names of the notes that deal with the evaluation of bowls performance of all members in a fours game. Each of the named notes exist in other pages entitled – EVALUATE PERFORMANCE BY WHOLE GAME RATING , EVALUATE PERFORMANCE BY INDIVIDUAL BOWL SCORING: OTHER EVALUATING APPROACHES that cover – BOWLS THAT COUNT TOWARD THE END RESULT, A SCORING SYSTEM THAT RELATES TO WINNING AND LOSING, THE FORMULA APPROACH.. OTHER NOTES DEAL SPECIFICALLY WITH THE EVALUATION OF SKIPPERS and includes CONVERSIONS BY SKIPPERS..
This site contain other notes on bowls that relate INDIRECTLY to the evaluation of bowls performance by Players. (15/10/09)
A few paragraphs that explain my reasons for writing notes on the evaluation of Players and selection problems. (5/1/09)
These notes introduce seven different approaches to evaluation and discuss them. The notes spend most time on – Subjective (Opinion-based) approaches and Objective (Fact-based) approaches. These notes call the first the Whole Game Rating (WGR) approach and the second the Individual Bowl Scoring (IBS) approach. Different approaches occur within each of these two approaches. The notes discuss the various approaches. Other pages deal in detail with (a) the Whole Game Rating approach and (b) the Individual Bowl Scoring approach as well as the other five approaches. Two appendices exist that discuss why a Player has an opinion about his performance that differs from the scores obtained by using the IBS approach. (25/10/09).
These notes discuss reasons why Skippers score a Player as too high and.or too low than they deserve. (31/7/11)