The simulation programs are the cornerstone
of the Tournament Simulation and Daily Predictor analysis. If the simulation
program platform stands on four legs, one of the legs is the Recent Form, which
plays a very important part in the way the simulation results go. In an earlier
article, I had already looked at the way the RF analysis is being done. In this
article I will explain how specific World Cup performances are weighted
strongly, viz., 20%, to have a profound influence on the simulation results.
To explain this, I will look at four
players: a batsman and bowler who have hit the zone during the initial phase of
round-robin matches, and a batsman and bowler who have not done so well. This
will explain clearly how this important measure works.
First the table of AB de Villiers who has blazed away from the beginning.
Villiers A.B Saf Career 113 14 4436 39.96
25 ( 44)
134 ( 98) RF RpI
10 490 49.00
11 ( 12)