Simpler tactics could be considered ways to redistribute the load in favor of stronger partners in the position of the weakest rivals. However, if the match load of his team is distributed in favor of the strongest, it will inevitably lead to a drop in their ratings below the level of the rest of the team. Hence, it is necessary to distribute before equiparametric comparison of ratings (ER (Rt)). However, this does not exhaust the task. After all, there is still a factor of exchange – strong and weak partners, rivals. In order to achieve the greatest effect in it, it is necessary to find the equiparametric efficiency distribution (ER (E)) in the form of load distribution δijl for every possible exchange.

Denote – the effectiveness and rating of the team as a whole; Δij – the share of the load (martial arts) for the exchange i (with Rti) against j (with Rtj) from the common one; Δрр – average load for each exchange.

Δigra = Δ average difference in ratings + Δ effective use

Teamwork of this player with a partner can be characterized as a difference in the effectiveness of his game in the presence of this partner on the field and in his absence. Similarly, one can characterize the expediency of entering this player’s field when the player of the rival team is on the field. From the players of his team, those who have the greatest total balance of teamwork, both on the partners, and on countering the opponents on the field are used. Effectiveness values ​​during the meeting:

Based on the results of ER (Rt), the rating is strictly defined. From (30) we obtain

When calculating the ratings for the attacking (a) and defensive (o) components, we divide the equiparametric regime by effectiveness into attacking and defensive: ER (Ea) and ER (Eo). This is due to the fact that the choice of the direction of the game is the prerogative of the attacking side. The task of ER (Ea) is a disproportionate exchange. This is the most asymmetric concentration of the entire load on “profitable” exchanges (Rtiam-Rtjmin> 0). The sequence of search in the attacking components is carried out in order of decreasing this difference. The absence of a load in unprofitable exchanges also gives a positive effect. The positive efficiency of both cases gives its equispametric value. The problem of ER (E0) is the opposite of ER (Ea) – proportional change, the most symmetrical distribution of loads. The search goes in the direction of mutual correspondence of the ratings of both teams.

We go through the values ​​of E from Emac to Emin:

ER (Emax) = (1-dsp) ‘(Rtimax – Rtjmin); ER (Emine) = (0 – dsp) ‘(Rtimin – Rtjmah).

The values ​​of δijl corresponding to the retransmitted E are accumulated to the values ​​of δil previously determined from the ER (Rt). Next, we determine the actual efficiency of all unloaded exchanges of the i-th player by the component l. Having completed a full ijl-bust, we accumulate the full amount of the corresponding efficiencies. Of all the variants of load distribution by exchange and components, we leave the greatest in efficiency. The obtained number corresponds to the reduction of the opponent’s team rating due to the asymmetric distribution of the loads.

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