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User Expectations from Dictation on Mobile Devices [chapter]

Santosh Basapur, Shuang Xu, Mark Ahlenius, Young Seok Lee
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This study focused on the users' needs, expectations, and their concerns regarding the new input medium.  ...  Focus groups were conducted to investigate and discuss current data entry methods, potential use and usefulness of dictation feature, users' reaction to errors from ASR during dictation, and possible error  ...  This paper focuses on the users' present day requirements and expectations from dictation as a text input medium.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-73107-8_24 dblp:conf/hci/BasapurXAL07 fatcat:zci3m65xo5au7in2erqql5v7qq

Gulliver-A Framework for Building Smart Speech-Based Applications

Werner Kurschl, Stefan Mitsch, Rene Prokop, Johannes Schonbock
2007 2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)  
However, from a developer's perspective we observe that speech input is rarely used in mobile application development, not even if it allowed users to work with their devices more flexibly.  ...  This paper describes a component-based framework that uniformly supports development of multimodal applications on heterogeneous devices, ranging from laptop PCs to mobile phones.  ...  Apart from the Speech Input, most components are optional and depend on the type of mobile device used as well as on the required features.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2007.243 dblp:conf/hicss/KurschlMPS07 fatcat:moolghu5pja5ddodgwxtjt2dia

Understanding users' perception of speech recognition errors in mobile communication

Shuang Xu
2009 International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation  
as a text input method on mobile devices.  ...  The potential benefits of dictating text messages on mobile devices include (1) helping users stay connected via mobile communications in hands-busy and eyes-busy situations; and (2) reducing the transmission  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijmlo.2009.026315 fatcat:4ueb5kal6jeqffw6ztwqlkddv4

Translating On the Go? Investigating the Potential of Multimodal Mobile Devices for Interactive Translation Dictation

Julian Zapata
2016 Tradumàtica tecnologies de la traducció  
This article provides a general overview of interactive translation dictation (ITD), an emerging translation technique that involves interacting with multimodal voice-and-touchenabled devices such as touch-screen  ...  Paraules clau: traducció dictada interactiva, interacció multimodal, reconeixement de la veu, computació ubiqua, computació mòbil, computació en núvol RESUMEN Este artículo provee un panorama general sobre  ...  INVESTIGATING THE POTENTIAL OF MULTIMODAL MOBILE DEVICES FOR INTERACTIVE TRANSLATION DICTATION Julián Zapata 68 TRANSLATING ON THE GO?  ... 
doi:10.5565/rev/tradumatica.180 fatcat:u22bzmycejd6nocgvwopbur6a4

Text Entry Interface Design Requirements at a Glance

Marita A. O'Brien, Wendy A. Rogers, Arthur D. Fisk
2008 Ergonomics in design  
Which aspects of solutions derived from widely used typing and mobile devices can be transferred to other devices? Are there other factors that designers should consider?  ...  Other systems -vehicles and video systems, for example -present designers with input and display constraints based on factors that include user motion and multitasking.  ...  on Aging and Technology Enhancement (CREATE) and by the National Institute of Aging Training Grant R01 AG15019.  ... 
doi:10.1518/106480408x393338 pmid:22707872 pmcid:PMC3375055 fatcat:lmqia5vewjd5zialnkh54dee6i

Exploring Employee Perspectives on Information Privacy and Security in the Mobile Environment [chapter]

Peter Tarasewich, Benjamin Ngugi, Mansi Sanghavi
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Privacy levels of organizational information will be dictated by company policy, while privacy concerns with personal information are based on the employee's own comfort level.  ...  Maintaining information privacy and security in the mobile environment, an issue having personal and organizational implications, remains a challenge because the context of a mobile device can change rapidly  ...  These goals will be studied under assumptions that information can be accessed at any time with different devices in different contexts (i.e. users are mobile).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02556-3_20 fatcat:74e43zntmbbdxb2uwrgeimx3kq

When to type, talk, or Swype: Characterizing energy consumption of mobile input modalities

Fangzhou Jiang, Eisa Zarepour, Mahbub Hassan, Aruna Seneviratne, Prasant Mohapatra
2015 2015 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom)  
Mobile device users use applications that require text input. Today there are three primary text input modalities, soft keyboard (SK), speech to text (STT) and Swype.  ...  Each of these input modalities have different energy demands, and as a result, their use will have a significant impact on the battery life of the mobile device.  ...  With Swype, users simply swipe their finger from one letter toward the next of the intended word, and the mobile app attempts to predict the word.  ... 
doi:10.1109/percom.2015.7146517 dblp:conf/percom/JiangZHSM15 fatcat:cano3xx6xnchfcbno3kisecdre

Multi-cursor multi-user mobile interaction with a large shared display

Peter Lyle, Christopher Lueg, Timothy Nugent
2012 Proceedings of the 24th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference on - OzCHI '12  
When using a mobile device to control a cursor on a large shared display, the interaction must be carefully planned to match the environment and purpose of the systems use.  ...  users in a multicursor based system; where people tend to look and their expectation of how to move their cursor; the orientation of screens and the social context; and, the use of simulated users to  ...  First, the social context of the scenario will dictate how a user is expected to hold their mobile device to participate.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2414536.2414594 dblp:conf/ozchi/LyleLN12 fatcat:u5pnaidcyvce3iz64akt3g4ece

An Exploratory Study of Mobile Learning for Tertiary Education: A Discussion with Students

Abdul Hafeez-Baig, Raj Gururajan, Vijaya Gururajan
2006 International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning  
While universities, Technical and Further Education colleges and other training providers realise the potential role played by wireless technologies in dynamic learning environments, users of those technologies  ...  This exploratory research reports outcomes of a preliminary discussion with students about the influence of wireless technologies on learning purposes.  ...  Such innovative provision of information has enabled the device manufacturers to dictate an information push on users.  ... 
doi:10.5172/ijpl.2.1.76 fatcat:kxrkcqdkjvbllng77k32ex72ai

MobIPLity: A trace-based mobility scenario generator for mobile applications

Nuno Cruz, Hugo Miranda
2014 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Computing, Networking and Services  
Traces are made publicly available in the expectation that its large scale permits to support evaluations base on real mobility data, thus removing the uncertainty that emerges from the use of synthetic  ...  This paper presents the mobility traces from the access records of 49000 devices to the eduroam WiFi network of IPL for 7 years.  ...  The device mobility is dictated by the movement of their owners, which makes of human mobility a key factor influencing simulations.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.mobiquitous.2014.257986 dblp:conf/mobiquitous/CruzM14 fatcat:pdyky6tkxfho5nyjecanm43kre

MobIPLity: A trace-based mobility scenario generator for mobile applications

Nuno Cruz, Hugo Miranda
2015 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Ubiquitous Environments  
Traces are made publicly available in the expectation that its large scale permits to support evaluations base on real mobility data, thus removing the uncertainty that emerges from the use of synthetic  ...  This paper presents the mobility traces from the access records of 49000 devices to the eduroam WiFi network of IPL for 7 years.  ...  The device mobility is dictated by the movement of their owners, which makes of human mobility a key factor influencing simulations.  ... 
doi:10.4108/ue.2.5.e2 fatcat:wvd4mn7jvzgxrbpe7gdhnhmkwe

An Exploratory Qualitative Study to Determine Factors Influencing the Adoption of Mobile Learning for Tertiary Education

Raj Gururajan, Jacquelin McDonald, Vijaya Gururajan, Rohan Genrich
2007 International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society  
" devices and added a new dimension of "anyhow", realizing mobility.  ...  The advent of mobile devices has provided a new direction to the current models of elearning.  ...  Such innovative provision of information has enabled the device manufacturers to dictate information push on users.  ... 
doi:10.18848/1832-3669/cgp/v02i06/55633 fatcat:zfrdzgjeibbataj7ac2jyrtjl4

5 Reasons To Care About Mobile Cloud Computing

Fabrizio Capobianco
2010 International Free and Open Source Software Law Review  
Cloud computing becomes mobile when a mobile device tries to access a shared pool of computing resources on-demand.  ...  In doing so he exposes the unique needs of this new market segment, and the legal challenges which may arise from its development. Info This item is part of the Tech Watch section of IFOSS L. Rev.  ...  RIM, Apple and to some extent, Symbian devices are locked down, which renders users' freedom in the mobile cloud a balancing act: on one hand a developer needs to obey the rules dictated by network operators  ... 
doi:10.5033/ifosslr.v1i2.24 fatcat:nww7zuxkivambcmzk4p5atgvkq

Mobile collaborative cloudless computing

Nuno Cruz
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communication Workshops (PERCOM WORKSHOPS)  
Although the computational power of mobile devices has been increasing, it is still not enough for some classes of applications.  ...  Current work is focused on efficient data dissemination on a highly transitive environment, suitable to many mobile applications and also to the reputation and incentive system available on this mobile  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work would not be possible without the invaluable contributions from my advisor Professor Hugo Miranda.  ... 
doi:10.1109/percomw.2014.6815196 dblp:conf/percom/Cruz14 fatcat:uynlqgz4pbe2zau4guigx57zka

Enabling opportunistic resources sharing on mobile operating systems

Narseo Vallina-Rodriguez, Christos Efstratiou, Geoffrey Xie, Jon Crowcroft
2011 Proceedings of the 3rd ACM workshop on Wireless of the students, by the students, for the students - S3 '11  
The intense use of hardware resources by mobile applications has a significant impact on the battery life of mobile devices.  ...  Taking into account the social behaviour of users, there are frequent situations where similar resources are available by co-located mobile phones.  ...  running on the device and the interaction patterns of the user [12] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2030686.2030696 dblp:conf/mobicom/Vallina-Rodriguez11 fatcat:qhteofqz2vacbemq4bsundcpvi
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