In cricket, if a spinner bowls a full toss that hits the batsman on the pads without pitching on the ground & in this case a DRS (Decision Review System) is requested by either party, how does the ball tracking work?
Assume that, the ball hits the bottom of the pads so that it would have definitely hit the ground & spun a little before going beyond(or through) the stumps. How does the DRS's ball tracking technology decide how much spin to add to the ball "tracking" portion of the review.
It is easy in case of a fast bowler, the ball will hold its line, so it can be tracked accurately. But what other factors are considered in the algorithm in case of a spinner, especially when its a full toss.
Note that I am not concerned if the batsman is out or not, so this question is not a duplicate of LBW to a spinner's full toss