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Intuitive Human Interfaces for an Audio-database
Workshops in Computing
Database technology can now host multimedia applications through the representation of sounds and images, but such new applications also require extensions to HCI technology. This paper examines the problems of querying and manipulating audio information. We argue that no single "style" of user interface can provide a complete solution, and propose two novel types of interface to complement conventional database languages. The first is gestural, and allows users literally to reach into spacesdoi:10.1007/978-1-4471-3818-1_18 dblp:conf/ids/EaglestoneV94 fatcat:wdx2lq74ezc4rhzce5446lggfa