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On the Effect of Human-Computer Interfaces on Language Expression [article]

Dan Pelleg, Elad Yom-Tov, Evgeniy Gabrilovich
2015 arXiv   pre-print
To date, however, little attention has been devoted to the effect of interfaces used to articulate language on its expression.  ...  Language expression is known to be dependent on attributes intrinsic to the author.  ...  Our findings indicate that human-computer interfaces, and specifically keyboards, are not language-neutral, and instead have measurable effect on language expression by their users.  ... 
arXiv:1505.00092v1 fatcat:fiu7nwt4lnarzpemvyfuoji4ae

Design and Application of Remote-Learner's Affective Testing in Human- Computer Interaction

Gui-Feng Wu, Sheng-Quan Li, Hong-Ru Tang
2015 Open Cybernetics and Systemics Journal  
The paper also studied on evaluation method of human-computer interaction system and focused on the multi-objective decision-making method.  ...  Then the paper realized more accurate quantitative evaluation through evaluation of NAP on human-computer interaction.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51275447); the Science and Technology Support Program of Jiangsu (BE2011133); the Natural Science Foundation  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874110x01509011762 fatcat:qj4cywkwzjd4tdp3phdoppo7re

An empirical study of speech and gesture interaction

Sandrine Robbe
1998 CHI 98 conference summary on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '98  
This research aims at providing designers of future multimodal interfaces for the general public with useful information on users' expectations and requirements.  ...  Results demonstrate the usability of tractable artificial command languages composed of utterances from a restricted subset of natural language, a few pointing gestures, and multimodal combinations of  ...  INTRODUCTION AND MOTIVATIONS Developing human-computer interfaces which allow the use of speech and gestures is now a major scientific and industrial issue [2] , [3] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/286498.286815 dblp:conf/chi/Robbe98 fatcat:vnrby4f3nvfmxlqlgdgnxvlovu

Face and Body Gesture Analysis for Multimodal HCI [chapter]

Hatice Gunes, Massimo Piccardi, Tony Jan
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
For the computer to interact intelligently with human users, computers should be able to recognize emotions, by analyzing the human's affective state, physiology and behavior.  ...  In order to make human-computer interfaces truly natural, we need to develop technology that tracks human movement, body behavior and facial expression, and interprets these movements in an affective way  ...  Studies showed that these interfaces support more effective human-computer interaction [24] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27795-8_59 fatcat:ib3d3ek6fjbyzceinv73k5baxi

Turning points in interaction with computers

F. E. Allen
1999 IBM Systems Journal  
H umans and computers have interacted since the early days of computing through some type of interface. As computing has evolved, so have the interfaces.  ...  In 1981 Lewis Branscomb stated in "The Human Side of Computers," the foreword to the IBM Systems Journal special issue on human factors, 1 that "So long as computers were simple and operated only by specialists  ...  The work on interfaces in programming languages, office automation, and human factors has enabled more and more people to interact effectively with computers, but there is more work to do.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.382.0135 fatcat:ul3jhb3un5bhbgwszlw2rsgb5u

Indian Language Compatible Intelligent User Interfaces [chapter]

Sanghamitra Mohanty
2021 Software Usability [Working Title]  
Implicit Human Computer Interaction to explicit context-dependent knowledge processing to meet the requirements of intelligent human being in the present day situation has provoked scientist towards the  ...  development of Intelligent User Interfaces to face the society with a demand of smart devices, embedded to the smart environment and dynamic activities.  ...  Mohanty, International Journal of Computer Applications, 2011. [20] "Speaker Identification using SVM during Oriya Speech Recognition.", References  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.98525 fatcat:5es6ehgvijdftbn2i6swaju7py

Gestures that people can understand and use

Carmelo Ardito, Maria Francesca Costabile, Hans-Christian Jetter
2014 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
The focus was on formal visual languages, which were studied with the goal of easing computer programming as well as human-computer communication through the use of graphics, drawings or icons.  ...  Similarly, gestures used by a human to communicate with a computer (performed either by the whole human body or by a part of it, e.g. the hands) are "visual expressions to convey meaning", i.e. visual  ...  The focus was on formal visual languages, which were studied with the goal of easing computer programming as well as human-computer communication through the use of graphics, drawings or icons.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvlc.2014.07.002 fatcat:or5pjwcimjfsvoas5ygr7mbxu4

Live Music-Making: A Rich Open Task Requires a Rich Open Interface [chapter]

Dan Stowell, Alex McLean
2013 Music and Human-Computer Interaction  
And open, yes: the generative/composable nature of musical units means a practically unbounded range of possible music performances.  ...  While musical genres place constraints on music-making, such constraints are often seen as points of departure, with artists celebrated for pushing boundaries and drawing a wide range of cultural and meta-musical  ...  PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES How would one design a computer music interface that can allow for a rich, structured yet open-ended musical expression?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-2990-5_8 fatcat:ilmeifpj55e3tlcwztmzi4hmui

Grammatical and ungrammatical structures in user-adviser dialogues

Raymonde Guindon, Kelly Shuldberg, Joyce Conner
1987 Proceedings of the 25th annual meeting on Association for Computational Linguistics -  
Users received help on how to use the statistical package by typing utterances to what they believed was a computerized adviser.  ...  The observed limited set of users' grammatical and ungrammatical forms demonstrates the sufficiency of a very restricted grammar of English for a natural language interface to an advisory sys* tem.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We wish to thank Elaine Rich, Kent Wittenburg, and Gregg Whittemore for useful comments on this research project.  ... 
doi:10.3115/981175.981181 dblp:conf/acl/GuindonSC87 fatcat:wg4lorxcova3zmdwtxwfxip6be

Natural Language Processing: A Human-Computer Interaction Perspective [chapter]

Bill Manaris
1998 Advances in Computers  
As computers continue to become more affordable and accessible, the importance of user interfaces that are effective, robust, unobtrusive, and user-friendly -regardless of user expertise or impediments  ...  During this time, it has significantly contributed to the field of human-computer interaction in terms of theoretical results and practical applications.  ...  Slator is acknowledged for his contribution to an early outline -especially on the phases of NLP evolution; István Berkeley for discussions on philosophical and connectionist issues; and Eleni Efthimiou  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0065-2458(08)60665-8 fatcat:qkvovunv6bdqrn4wwuutmtwd6m

Effective Use of Human Computer Interaction in Digital Academic Supportive Devices [article]

S.Thuseethan, S.Kuhanesan
2015 arXiv   pre-print
In this research, a literature in human-computer interaction is reviewed and the technology aspect of human computer interaction related with digital academic supportive devices is also analyzed.  ...  Usually, in designing those digital devices, the human-computer interaction is left behind without consideration.  ...  Natural language Natural language processing (NLP) is concerned with human languages such as local languages. It is a field of computer science correlated in the area of Human Computer Interaction.  ... 
arXiv:1501.00529v1 fatcat:wv2hd7hm5nfspoxcdys6gvqgwq

Perceptive animated interfaces: first steps toward a new paradigm for human-computer interaction

R. Cole, S. Van Vuuren, B. Pellom, K. Hacioglu, Jiyong Ma, J. Movellan, S. Schwartz, D. Wade-Stein, W. Ward, Jie Yan
2003 Proceedings of the IEEE  
Despite the research advances required to realize this vision, and the lack of strong experimental evidence that animated agents improve human-computer interaction, we argue that initial prototypes of  ...  We conclude by describing the Colorado Literacy Tutor, a computer-based literacy program that provides an ideal testbed for research and development of perceptive animated interfaces, and consider next  ...  Given these and other results, it is clear that evaluating the effectiveness of conversational agents in human-computer interfaces is extremely complex, and can be influenced by the nature of the task,  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2003.817143 fatcat:awqjxnxwkbefzcoewu7bhy7ie4

Natural language in computer human-interaction

Nancy Green, David Novick
2000 ACM SIGCHI Bulletin  
The NL SIG's motivation was that the growing interest in human-computer interfaces that use spoken or written natural language in some way is leading researchers and practitioners who work on these interfaces  ...  Clark's Models of Language Use for the Design of Cooperative Systems, and the 1998 AAAI Workshop on Representations for Multi-Modal Human-Computer Interaction.  ...  Author Nancy Green, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, nlgreen@uncg.edu David G. Novick, University of Texas at El Paso, novick@cs.utep.edu  ... 
doi:10.1145/333329.333331 fatcat:utov34rwinacxjxxky5ughrnwa

Expanding the horizons of natural language interfaces

Phil Hayes
1980 Proceedings of the 18th annual meeting on Association for Computational Linguistics -  
The paper proposes interfaces based on a judicious mixture of these techniques and the still valuable methods of more traditional natural language interfaces.  ...  Current natural language interfaces have concentrated largely on determining the literal "meaning" of input from their users.  ...  However, I wish to go further and suggest that, in building non-literal aspects of communication into natural-language interfaces, we should aim for the most effective type of communication rather than  ... 
doi:10.3115/981436.981459 dblp:conf/acl/Hayes80 fatcat:j65q4jgdezft7oxwaipk6xpwku

Language Evolution and Human-Computer Interaction

Jonathan Grudin, Donald A. Norman
1991 DAIMI Report Series  
Natural languages and human-computer interfaces share as their primary mission the support of extended "dialogues" between responsive entities.  ...  Because in each case one participant is a human being, some of the pressures operating on natural languages, causing them to evolve in order to better support such dialogue, also operate on human-computer  ...  Acknowledgment We thank Karen Courtenay, Rod Owen, Larry Parsons, and Steve Pinker for helpful discussions and literature references on the role of language change and irregularity.  ... 
doi:10.7146/dpb.v20i354.6584 fatcat:t5j3qds54vcjrp6kkzszcua2rq
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