Title: Quality Assessment of Mobile Games: Impact on Human Behavior
Speaker: Ghada Al-Hudhud | IT Department, CCIS, Riyadh, KSA.
Due to evolution of digital games towards mobile platforms, a large exposure to mobile games is nowadays recorded. This is because of the availability of the phone cell with individuals anytime anywhere. Hence, a vital role of game quality assessment is raised. This is for the purpose of serving as a guide for developing healthy games. Accordingly, the mobile games would help in boosting the educational entertainment, health diets control, and behavioral sciences studies and research. This paper presents quality assurance and quality models for ISO based educational game in terms of influence on behavior. In this seminar, an ISO quality model is presented and quality application behavioral impact measures are justified to evaluate the development quality of Mobile educational game. The quality model and proposed quality assessment plan are tested through a CodePro Analytix tool and six sigma evaluations and have been proven the fact that conventional quality assessment could be of high quality, however, the game could affect the human behavior and neural responses.
Ghada Al-Hudhud holds a PhD of Software Design for Automated and Intelligent Systems from De Montfort University, Leicester, UK 2005. Currently, Ghada serves as associate professor at King Saud University, Information Technology Department where she works on brain computer interaction, software quality design for mobile applications, smart elearning systems, and applied Computing for Transit Systems. Ghada has published more than 30 papers in reputed journals and IEEE/ACM conferences. She has been serving as an editorial board member/reviewer for a number of international and reputable journals/ conferences.
Date/Time: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 12:00pm
Location: Khadija Auditorium, F49 in Building 6 - Broadcast to Room 2090 in CCIS Building 31