Scientific Community Game Publications
Theory of Side-Choosing Games
Collusion-Resistant Tournament Design to Create and Disseminate Knowledge in Formal Sciences
Submitted to EC 2015, February, 2015.
Theory of Side-Choosing Games to Create and Disseminate Knowledge in Formal Science Domains
CCIS Technical Report NU-CCIS-2015-2, January 2015.
Ahmed Abdelmeged's Dissertation May 2014
Ahmed Abdelmeged's dissertation
on Organizing Computational Problem Solving Communities.
HCOMP 2013 Submission
Crowdsourcing Formal Decision Making Using Generalized Semantic Games,
CCIS Technical Report NU-CCIS-2013-29, May 2013.
Onward 2013 Submission (research papers)
Crowdsourcing of Formal Scientific Knowledge,
CCIS Technical Report NU-CCIS-2013-18, April 2013.
Wikipedia for Formal Science
Modeling Formal Science (Submission, Extended Abstract to Web Science 2013)
Ahmed Abdelmeged's Thesis Proposal
Thesis Proposal by Ahmed Abdelmeged,
Crowdsourcing of Computational Problem Solving,
CCIS Technical Report NU-CCIS-2013-10, March 2013.
Thesis Proposal Slides
Crowdsourcing Formal Decision Making Using Generalized Semantic Games
Web Science 2013 Submission
FSCP: A Platform for Crowdsourcing Formal Science, submitted for publication,
CCIS Technical Report NU-CCIS-2013-12, March 2013.
Foundations of Digital Games 2013 Submission
The Scientific Community Game, submitted for publication,
CCIS Technical Report NU-CCIS-2012-19, October 2012.
Piazza Based Course 2012
Algorithms and Data (CS 4800)
Piazza for Algorithm Students
Piazza Interface for Algorithmic Problem_Solving
Bionetics Keynote Paper 2010
``The Specker Challenge Game for Education and Innovation in Constructive Domains'',
Karl Lieberherr, Ahmed Abdelmeged and Bryan Chadwick,
Keynote paper at Bionetics 2010 Cambridge, MA,
Bionetics Keynote Presentation 2010
Northeastern University Research Expo 2011
SCG Documentation (SCG Courts)