List of published scientific papers that came out of research projects carried out by some of our students during the making of their bachelor and master theses.
Assessing Simultaneous Action Selection and Complete Information in TAG with Sushi Go! CME Klang, V Enhörning, A Alvarez, J Font – 2021 IEEE Conference on Games (CoG), 2021
Questgram [Qg]: Toward a Mixed-Initiative Quest Generation Tool A Alvarez, E Grevillius, E Olsson, J Font – The 16th International Conference on the Foundations …, 2021
To Make Sense of Procedurally Generated Dungeons S Tolinsson, A Flodhag, A Alvarez, J Font – Extended Abstracts of the 2020 Annual Symposium on …, 2020
A Comparative UX Analysis between Tabletop Games and their Digital Counterparts A Larsson, J Ekblad, A Alvarez, J Font – Extended Abstracts of the 2020 Annual Symposium on …, 2020
Mixed-initiative procedural generation of dungeons using game design patterns A Baldwin, S Dahlskog, JM Font, J Holmberg – 2017 IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence …, 2017.
Fostering creativity in the mixed-initiative evolutionary dungeon designer A Alvarez, S Dahlskog, J Font, J Holmberg, C Nolasco… – Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on …, 2018
Assessing aesthetic criteria in the evolutionary dungeon designer A Alvarez, S Dahlskog, J Font, J Holmberg… – Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on …, 2018
Towards teaching maternal healthcare and nutrition in rural Ethiopia through a serious game JM Font, A Hedvall, E Svensson – Extended abstracts publication of the annual …, 2017
An analysis and comparative user study on interactions in mobile virtual reality games S Bothén, J Font, P Nilsson – Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on …, 2018
Vault! Learning Through Creativity: A Parkour Based Educational Model and Application J Font, E Contreras, M Johnsson, K Linderman – European Conference on Games Based Learning, 2018
Bachelor theses in Game Development
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