Workflow Patterns as a Means to Model Task Succession in Games: A Preliminary Case Study

Abstract : Over the last decade, people involved in game development have noted the need for more formal models and tools to support the design phase of games. In this paper we present an initial investigation into whether workflow patterns – which have already proven to be effective for modeling business processes – are a suitable way to model task succession in games. Our preliminary results suggest that workflow patterns show promise in this regard, but some limitations, especially with regard to time constraints, currently restrict their potential.
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Yusuf Pisan; Nikitas M. Sgouros; Tim Marsh. 13th International Conference Entertainment Computing (ICEC), Oct 2014, Sydney, Australia. Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, LNCS-8770, pp.36-41, 2014, Entertainment Computing – ICEC 2014. 〈10.1007/978-3-662-45212-7_5〉
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Simone Kriglstein, Ross Brown, Günter Wallner. Workflow Patterns as a Means to Model Task Succession in Games: A Preliminary Case Study. Yusuf Pisan; Nikitas M. Sgouros; Tim Marsh. 13th International Conference Entertainment Computing (ICEC), Oct 2014, Sydney, Australia. Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, LNCS-8770, pp.36-41, 2014, Entertainment Computing – ICEC 2014. 〈10.1007/978-3-662-45212-7_5〉. 〈hal-01408502〉

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