|Literature related to me|
"How's My Network? Online Games - Entertainment Applications for Network Performance Measurement" is a MQF (Major Qualifying Project) created by Alec Mitnik on about 26th April 2012 (and advised by Mark Claypool) for the "Computer Science" degree at WPI (Worcester Polytechnic Institute).
It uses two of my games modified: Tetrissimus and Buscayasminas.
Here is the documentation: http://web.cs.wpi.edu/~claypool/mqp/hmn-games/mqp.pdf
Presentation titled "Vida Artificial" (Artificial Life) by Ernesto García Gil for the "Bio-informática" (Bioinformatics) subject which belongs to the fifth and last year of the "Ingeniería informática" degree at "Escuela Superior de Ingeniería informática (ESII) de Albacete" which belongs to the UCLM (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha) university. I think it must have been made between 2009 and 2011 but I cannot be sure.
It can be viewed at http://www.dsi.uclm.es/[...]/Vida%20Artificial.ppt
Mirror #1: http://slideplayer.es/slide/1122786/
An e-book called "6400 Printable Sudoku Puzzles With Solutions" (3744 pages) made by eric4ever which mentions and recommends using my game, Yasminoku. I think it must have been made between 2007 and 2010 but I cannot be sure.
The author also translated Yasminoku 0.25a into Chinese language.
First issue (unfinished) of an ezine about BeOS operating system (and related as OpenBeOS / Haiku, YellowTAB Zeta and others).