Speech-Enabled Mobile Field Applications

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ConferenceProceedings of the International Association of Science and Technology (IASTED) International Conference on Internet and Multimedia Systems (IMSA), August 16-18, 2004., Hawaii, USA
Subjectfield data collection; multimodal interaction; mobile devices; speech recognition; voice user interface; interaction multimodale; dispositifs mobiles; reconnaissance de la parole; interface vocale
AbstractThis paper discusses the advantages and challenges of using multimodal and voice technologies for field data collection. Current developments in the multimodal, mobile, field data communications are discussed. VoiceXML technology for speech-enabled information retrieval and input using natural speech over the phone is described. Two field prototype applications developed using this technology are also discussed, including speech-based inventory and time management services for field users. The author presents the results of performance studies for the prototypes and discusses the pilot usability study conducted on a group of potential users.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Information Technology; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number47156
NPARC number5763780
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