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NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
Post-game estimation of game client RTT and hop count distributions
In first person shooter (FPS) games the round trip time (RTT) (delay, or ‘lag’) between a client and server is an important criterion for players when deciding which server to ...
Grenville J. Armitage, Carl Javier, Sebastian Zand...
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
Authority assignment in distributed multi-player proxy-based games
We present a proxy-based gaming architecture and authority assignment within this architecture that can lead to better game playing experience in Massively Multi-player Online gam...
Sudhir Aggarwal, Justin Christofoli, Sarit Mukherj...
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
Load balancing for massively multiplayer online games
Supporting thousands, possibly hundreds of thousands, of players is a requirement that must be satisfied when delivering server based online gaming as a commercial concern. Such a...
Fengyun Lu, Simon E. Parkin, Graham Morgan
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
Metazoa Ludens
— For better or worse, technological advancement has changed the world to the extent that at a professional level demands from the working executive required more hours either in...
Roger Thomas Kok Chuen Tan, James Keng Soon Teh, A...
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
Network game design: hints and implications of player interaction
While psychologists analyze network game-playing behavior in terms of players’ social interaction and experience, understanding user behavior is equally important to network res...
Kuan-Ta Chen, Chin-Laung Lei
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
A distributed architecture for MMORPG
We present an approach to support Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games. Our proposed solution begins by splitting the large virtual world into smaller regions, each reg...
Marios Assiotis, Velin Tzanov
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
A peer-to-peer architecture for massive multiplayer online games
Massive Multiplayer Online Games with their virtual gaming worlds grow in user numbers as well as in the size of the virtual worlds. With this growth comes a significant increase...
Thorsten Hampel, Thomas Bopp, Robert Hinn
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
A relative delay minimization scheme for multiplayer gaming in differentiated services networks
Multiplayer gaming over the Internet continues to grow in popularity, despite a lack of Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms. Future QoS-aware networks such as those based on the D...
Brian Carrig, David Denieffe, John Murphy
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
Count down protocol: asynchronous consistent protocol in P2P virtual ball game
This paper studies a way to improve consistency of states in a ball game typed DVE with lag, in P2P architecture. We also study how to control shared objects in real-time in a ser...
Yoshihiro Kawano, Tatsuhiro Yonekura
NETGAMES
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
Towards public server MMOs
While massively multiplayer on-line games (MMOs) are enormously popular, their use of the client-server architecture causes them to suffer from scalability issues and high mainte...
Chris Chambers, Wu-chang Feng, Wu-chi Feng
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