Multimodal Human-Computer Communication

Multimodal Human-Computer Communication

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This book constitutes the strictly reviewed post-workshop documentation of the First International Conference on Cooperative Multimodal Communication held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, in 1995. The volume presents an introductory survey and carefully re vised and updated full versions of three invited contributions and 14 papers selected for inclusion in the book after intensive reviewing. Among the issues addressed are intelligent multimedia retrieval, cooperative conversation, agent system communication, multimodal maps, multimodal plan presentation, multimodal user interfaces, multimodal dialog, and various systems for multimodal HCI.Because automating this remains difficult, it was actually simulated by searching on the object-oriented answer keys developed for the Message Understanding ... 11 Content-Based Multimedia Access The explosion of multimedia information on our world wide information web is ... in natural language text (written or typed), spoken language, graphics, imagery, and video or some combination thereof.

Title:Multimodal Human-Computer Communication
Author:Harry Bunt, Robbert-Jan Beun, Tijn Borghuis
Publisher:Springer - 2006-07-27


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