Games, Interactive Entertainment and Drama
Games Reading Group
The Games Reading Group at York provides a forum for all University of York researchers interested in game-related topics. Past topics covered in presentations are wide-ranging: from interactive drama over game evaluation to indivisual games, such as Magic the Gathering. The group meets on a weekly basis, and its members are not limited to the computer science department, and include researchers from the Psychology and Sociology Departments.
If you would like to attend, or be kept up to date on meetings and discussions, please subscribe to the GRG mailing list by contacting Dr. Daniel Kudenko.
- Meetings will resume in the Summer term.
- 13 March 2008, 1615, CS202J. Heather Barber
Settlers of Catan
- 06 March 2008, 1615, CS202J. Alex Whittaker
(Beautiful Games Studios,
Eidos) on "AI Challenge Problems for Championship Manager
- 21 February 2008, 1615, CS202J. Zlatka Stankova
- 14 February 2008, 1615, CS202J. Daniel Kudenko, James Gajdus, and Adam Schofield
Machine Learning for the 'Hol's der Geier' Card Game
- 07 February 2008, 1615, CS202J. Paul Cairns
Studying People Playing Games
- 31 January 2008, 1615, CS202J. Zoe Stephenson
Game Mechanisms in Magic the Gathering
- 24 January 2008, 1615, W245. Darren Reed
Introduction to Second Life
- 13 December 2007, 1615, CS202J. Zoe Stephenson
Introduction to Magic the Gathering
- 6 December 2007, 1615, CS202J. Maria Arinbjarnar
Story telling in Computer Games, Rational Dialogues, and Plot Generation
- 29 November 2007, 1615, CS202J. Heather Barber
Generation of Dilemma-based Interactive Narrative
- 22 November 2007, 1615, CS202J. Heather Barber
Introduction to Interactive Drama
- 13 November 2007, 1600, CS202J. Daniel Kudenko
What is a Game?