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Fun and Games 2012_ __ __4 - 6 September 2012, Toulouse, France_


WORKSHOP_ _

 CROSS-OVER BETWEEN 
SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS AND VIDEO
GAMES 

CONTRADICTIONS AND COMMONALITIES 

Goal of this workshop is to
gather researchers and practitioners interested in cross fertilization
between safety-critical systems and video games theory and
practice.

Submissions focusing on the "cross-over" between these two
areas are welcome 

WORKSHOP TOPICS

Workshop topics include, but are
not limited to: 

 	* the application of video game (design) concepts,
methods, processes etc. in the area of safety-critical systems
 	* the
application of solutions, concepts, methods, processes from the area of
safety-critical systems to video game
 	* the design, development and
investigation of autonomous behaviors in video games or safety-critical
systems
 	* the application of 3D and innovative interaction
technologies from the video games to safety-critical systems
 	* the
comparison of current state of knowledge in terms of interaction
techniques both in the area of safety-critical systems and video games

	* analysis and comparison of input devices used in both area
 	*
analysis and comparison of processing capabilities (DSP, GPU, CPU, …)
of the hardware platforms for video games and safety-critical systems


Application areas span from AERONAUTICS, AIR-TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT OR
SATELLITE GROUND SEGMENTS AND MORE GENERALLY COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
TO PLATFORM GAMES, MMOPRG, GAMES ON MOBILE DEVICES... 

We would like to
have a special focus around the study of AUTONOMOUS BEHAVIOR IN BOTH
DOMAINS/AREAS.  

 Participant Solicitation and Selection 

· Workshop
participation will be based on an (up to) six page position paper (must
be formatted according to ACM SIGCHI Publications Format [1] )
describing interests and previous work in the topics of the workshop.
_Selection_ will be based on the _quality_ of the abstract, answers to
the list of issues, the extent (and _diversity_) of participants
backgrounds. We welcome participants both _industry and academia_ and
particularly welcome participants with a familiarity with user
interfaces dealing with autonomous objects and systems.  

· We
envision two main types of contributions: problems contributions
bringing case studies or theoretical problems and solutions
contributions bringing solutions already proven efficient in one of the
domains considered. 

 Key Dates 

 SUBMISSION: 26TH JUNE, 2012 


NOTIFICATION: 18TH JULY, 2012 

 WORKSHOP DATE: SEPTEMBER 4, 2012 


WORKSHOP ORGANIZERS 

Eduardo García 

CRIDA 

Plz. Cardenal Cisneros
3, 
28040 Madrid, Spain 

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Philippe Palanque


IRIT-ICS 

118, Route de Narbonne, 
31062 Toulouse, France


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Regina Bernhaupt 

ruwido


Köstendorferstr. 8
5202 Neumarkt, Austria


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