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EL
2002
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Aspects of networking in multiplayer computer games
Distributed, real-time multiplayer computer games (MCGs) are in the vanguard of utilizing the networking possibilities. Although related research have been done in military simulat...
Jouni Smed, Timo Kaukoranta, Harri Hakonen
SIGCSE
2008
ACM
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13 years 4 months ago
Ucigame, a java library for games
Ucigame (pronounced OO-see-GAH-me) is a Java package that supports the programming of 2D sprite-based computer games. Designed for novice programmers, it enables students in an in...
Daniel Frost
AIS
2006
Springer
13 years 4 months ago
Making games for social change
This paper provides an overview of creating games for change from within an academic context, focusing specifically on the development of educational computer games for middle scho...
Mary Flanagan
AAAI
2000
13 years 5 months ago
Human-Level AI's Killer Application: Interactive Computer Games
Although one of the fundamental goals of AI is to understand and develop intelligent systems that have all of the capabilities of humans, there is little active research directly ...
John E. Laird, Michael van Lent
WSCG
2004
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Cinematic Camera Control in 3D Computer Games
Good camera control and planning techniques in 3D computer games can give players deeper feelings about atmosphere of games. However, most modern computer games use fixed point-of...
Ting-Chieh Lin, Zen-Chung Shih, Yu-Ting Tsai
GRAPHICSINTERFACE
2003
13 years 5 months ago
Learning from Games: HCI Design Innovations in Entertainment Software
Computer games are one of the most successful application domains in the history of interactive systems. This success has come despite the fact that games were ‘separated at bir...
Jeff Dyck, David Pinelle, Barry Brown, Carl Gutwin
IWEC
2004
13 years 5 months ago
TEAM: The Team-Oriented Evolutionary Adaptability Mechanism
Many commercial computer games allow a team of players to match their skills against another team, controlled by humans or by the computer. Most players prefer human opponents, sin...
Sander Bakkes, Pieter Spronck, Eric O. Postma
IADIS
2004
13 years 5 months ago
Challenges for Network Computer Games
Interactive entertainment and specifically computer games has grown into a multi-billion industry in the last few years and continues to grow. This expansion has fueled a number o...
Yusuf Pisan

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