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MIAMM – A Multimodal Dialogue System Using Haptics

Abstract : In this chapter we describe the MIAMM project. Its objective is the development of new concepts and techniques for user interfaces employing graphics, haptics and speech to allow fast and easy navigation in large amounts of data. This goal poses challenges as to how can the information and its structure be characterized by means of visual and haptic features, how the architecture of such a system is to be defined, and how we can standardize the interfaces between the modules of a multi-modal system.
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Norbert Reithinger, Dirk Fedeler, Ashwani Kumar, Elsa Pecourt, Christoph Lauer, et al.. MIAMM – A Multimodal Dialogue System Using Haptics. Kuppevelt, Jan C.J. van; Dybkjaer, Laila; Bernsen, Niels Ole. Advances in natural Multimodal Dialogue Systems, Kluwer Academic Publisher, 385 p., 2005, Text, Speech and Language Technology, Vol. 30. ⟨hal-00005453⟩



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