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1  Discussions / General Discussions / Re: Why are so many interested, but nobody willing to... on: 2006-06-18 11:20:43
As Kev said, there are many reasons and amongst them I can see : lack of skills and lazyness... But admitting one or both of these flaws requires a great amount of honnesty and courage, and I'm not sure that people behaving this way have...

Another thing is that being able to say that : "I'm currently involved in the dev of an online game" is cool, and that can give enough motivation to stay in the project, even for doing nothing ! So, IMO, the best thing to do is to remove those "parasites" or at least tell them you're about to do so (you might give them the motivation they're lacking Wink)
2  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: developing 3d games on: 2006-06-13 11:52:06
I think you can also take a look at : http://www.jmonkeyengine.com/

And if you have to ask that kind of question, I would also recommend to take a look at http://games.dev.java.net/
3  Game Development / Artificial Intelligence / Re: The History of AI on: 2006-06-12 13:20:10
As a digression, what do people think about an evolutionary algorithm to snoop out share market inefficiencies (read: money making strategies)?

I'm studying undergraduate finance down here at uni and I've been offered a place to do a PhD in Finance.  All I need is a topic, and I think that evolutionary AI applied to the equity markets would be interesting enough to fill up 3 years.  There's some work that's been done on it already, but I've got a feeling the finance academics wouldn't have the programming literacy to really look into the issues properly.  Maybe I wouldn't either!

I know that there's already been a working project, few years ago, which was used to model the French Stock Exchange (Paris-Euronext) using genetic algorithm and various AI technologies... If interested, feel free to contact me, as I have little knowledge in this field for having investigate it a little Wink
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