- M. Y. Bawany, M. S. Siddiqui, “A Game-centric Approach to Foster Undergraduate Learning”; Presented at the Tenth IASTED International Conference on Computers and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE), Beijing, China – October 2007 (full text doc)
- M. Y. Bawany, A. Karim, A. H. Khan, M. S. Siddiqui, “Outlier Detection in Evolving Data Streams: An Evaluation of the LOADED Algorithm”; Presented at the ACM Third International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Information Systems (ICICIS), Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt – March 2007 (full text doc)
- V. Khamisani, M. S. Siddiqui, M. Y. Bawany, “Analyzing Soft Skills of Software Engineers using Repertory Grid”; Presented at IEEE INMIC Conference, Islamabad, Pakistan – December 2006 (full text pdf)
Very interesting articles Yousuf. My youngest son and I are big ‘gamers’ and I love strategy games most of all. Age of Empires are still one of my old favourites and then there’s Warcraft. 😆
As for the other 2 articles – way above my blonde head – but hubby would enjoy reading them. He is in IT and do have a problem with his technicians regarding the ‘Self-Motivation’ and ‘Professionalism’ skills. They want to be fed with a spoon and these are young people. Such a pity.
Unlike popular opinion, games can be a good source of learning. I’m a gamer myself (Deus Ex 2: Human Revolution, Max Payne 1/2/3, Hello Hero, Candy Crush *blush*) and I always come out of a game learning something new. Never stop playing games! I did play a little warcraft back in grad school but stopped right after. 😉
hahaha! I love Candy Crush but haven’t played that for quite a while. I want the NOT-Facebook one. I hate Fb. 🙂
I agree. Games keeps the mind going. 😀
Nowadays they have DotA that’s so popular in Warcraft but my son doesn’t like it. He says it’s boring. I haven’t played it myself either. At this stage he is building a map for a warcraft game and when he is finished, I will test it out for him. 😆
Fascinating! You really are somebody! And you’ve traveled to many places, something I still aspire to do. Congrats on your publications!
Thank you so much. There is still a lot more to explore. 🙂