A goalkeeper doesn't model the ball's movement with complicated mathematical formulas, it just uses his already practiced patterns. |

It is a simple pattern and if someone knows he/she can easily find out the best route to see you there. This is in fact exactly what a goalkeeper does or even a dog when they run for a ball or a frisbee. Even most basic daily patterns we or animals use are more complicated than our simple route selection. For now, we just know with the chance of 20/24 you'll choose route A and 4/24 route B. Now let's consider while we are monitoring you in those days we collect another data like if it is raining or not. Now the collecting data will give us a better prediction information.

As far as we know a dog doesn't know mathematics like us but naturally his brain learns and models the pattern of moving throwing frisbees. |

This is exactly how a goalkeeper dives for the ball since he has had many hours of practicing he/she has collected information about the shoots and can predicts the ball's movement. Don't forget prediction is nothing other than finding the probabilities of happening situations or outcomes ... the more you practice the more information you gather and the better prediction you can have.

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