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A system design for human factors studies of speech-enabled Web browsing

By L. J Adams, S. Damper, Stevan Harnad and W Hall

Abstract

This paper describes the design of a system which will subsequently be used as the basis of a range of empirical studies aimed at discovering how best to harness speech recognition capabilities in multimodal multimedia computing. Initial work focuses on speech-enabled browsing of the World Wide Web, which was never designed for such use. System design is complete, and is being evaluated via usability testing

Topics: Speech
Year: 1999
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:2135

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