In this paper we report on the strategies adopted to model team rowing behavior for an in-door rowing training system. This system allows athletes to train at in-door location while preserving the main features of out-door rowing. This paper focuses on the dynamic models employed to simulate out-door rowing, as well as on the modeling of team behavior, in order to set up visual feedback for team rowing training. These models are employed for controlling the output in the virtual environment, in particular for training the inter-rower synchronization in a team.
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