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Discovery, Invention & Application
About the Journal
Welcome to our third issue of Discovery, Invention and Application, our journal of selected final-year Computing dissertations. We hope you continue to find it interesting and useful.
Design Pattern Data Storage for Procedural Content Generator Algorithms: The Super Mario Bros. Franchise
Mark Peter Frederick Ablett
MCTS Spelunky: A comparison on the use of Forward-Facing Artificial Intelligence Algorithms with Artificial Intelligence Bots in Spelunky.
Josh Owen Steven Hadley
The effects of colour on a player’s mood and performance: identifying the positive and negative effects of different colours when implemented into the environment of a puzzle game.
Mitchell Gary Hunt
The Mystery Machine: An Answer Set Programming Approach to Generating Plots for Games
Michael Beniamino Iorizzo
RamAi: A General Video Game-Playing Agent by Monte Carlo Tree Search and Analysis of RAM States
The Effects of Altitude and Device Orientation on Location Based Services Accuracy
Luke Ryan McDonnell
In Game Lighting: Does Lighting Influence Player Interaction and Emotion in an Environment?
Sophie-Louise Erica Millington
A winning formula? A critical analysis of the influences in the current Western and Eastern gaming industries.
James Dylan Morgan
Effective feedback in programming assignments to students: A visual studio 2015 extension to allow better feedback and submission to students.
Exploring if effects within games can provoke and influence emotions.
Two plus too is for: Is it possible to teach numeracy through literacy?