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James Patten
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Position: Ph.D. Student

James is a postgraduate student with BSc in Multimedia and Computer Games Development from the University of Limerick and a Diploma in Information Technology from Dublin City University. He is working on the automatic generation of character behaviours for computer games and simulations using a combination of genetic programming and game design techniques. This work will allow the generation of more realistic, dynamic and contextualized behaviours leading to increased levels of player immersion.

James is a postgraduate student with BSc in Multimedia and Computer Games Development from the University of Limerick and a Diploma in Information Technology from Dublin City University. He is working on the automatic generation of character behaviours for computer games and simulations using a combination of genetic programming and game design techniques. This work will allow the generation of more realistic, dynamic and contextualized behaviours leading to increased levels of player immersion.



Recent Publications

Papers Accepted for Publication
Date: April 08 2015
Paper: Attributed Grammatical Evolution using Shared Memory Spaces and Dynamically Typed Semantic Function Specification
Authors: James Vincent Patten and Conor Ryan
Location: Proceedings of EuroGP 2015

Presentations Made
Date: April 09 2015
Presentation: Attributed Grammatical Evolution using Shared Memory Spaces and Dynamically Typed Semantic Function Specification
Presenter: James Vincent Patten
Location: EuroGP Conference (http://www.evostar.org/2015/cfp_eurogp.php)

Date: April 21 2015
Presentation: Implementation of Semantic Grammatical Evolution
Presenter: James Vincent Patten
Location: NUIG-UL Research Day
Link: https://nuigulresearchday2015.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/nuigul-2015_submission_116.pdf

Date: May 29 2015
Presentation: Gamification for education: rants, retorts, rebuttals and refinements
Presenter: Geraldine Exton, James Vincent Patten and Liam Murray
Location: EdTech 2015 (http://ilta.ie/edtech/edtech2015/)
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