July 27, 2002, Edmonton, Canada
The aim of this workshop is to bring together agent and game researchers and practitioners to discuss the application of artificial agent research to modern computer and video games. We hope to provide a forum for research already applied to this domain, as well as exciting work in other relevant domains. In addition we hope to create a connection between AI researchers and game developers. The synergy of these two communities would offer great benefits for both. Researchers would get an inside view of the challenges and goals of current computer game AI. Game developers could see the current state of the art in artificial agent research in a form that is relevant to their future products.
Submissions are encouraged from agent and AI researchers. Agent research that has yet to be applied, but is relevant and promising, to computer games is also very much encouraged. Submissions along these lines should include thoughts on how their work might fit into a computer game agent, challenges it addresses, and the strengths and weaknesses of their work in the context of computer games. Topics within computer game agents include, but are not limited to,
Game developers that are interested in presenting may instead submit a position abstract or a description of challenges facing commercial game AI design.
All submissions are due by April 15. They should be in postscript or PDF format and submitted electronically. The submission site is http://reef.coral.cs.cmu.edu/aicg/submit.
|Submission deadline:||April 15, 2002|
|Notification to authors:||May 31, 2002|
|Camera ready copy:||June 21, 2002|
|CG'02 Early Registration:||June 15, 2002|
|Michael Bowling||(Carnegie Mellon University)||email@example.com|
|Gal Kaminka||(Carnegie Mellon University)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Regis Vincent||(SRI International)||email@example.com|
|Tristan Cazenave||(Université de Paris 8)|
|Keith Decker||(University of Delaware)|
|Bryan Horling||(University of Massachusetts)|
|Ian Horswill||(Northwestern University)|
|Éric Jacopin||(Université de Paris 6)|
|Peter Jarvis||(SRI International)|
|John Laird||(University of Michigan)|
|Mike Lewis||(University of Pittsburgh)|
|Alex Nareyek||(AI Center, Carnegie Mellon University)|
|Charlie Ortiz||(SRI International)|
|Will Uther||(Carnegie Mellon University)|