The ecological approach to multimodal system design

Abstract : Following the ecological approach to visual perception, this paper presents a framework that emphasizes the role of vision on referring actions. In particular, affordances are utilized to explain gestures variability in a multimodal human-computer interaction. Such a proposal is consistent with empirical findings obtained in different simulation studies showing how referring gestures are determined by the mutuality of information coming from the target and the set of movements available to the speaker. A prototype that follows anthropomorphic perceptual principles to analyze gestures has been developed and tested in preliminary computational validations.
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Annelies Braffort, Rachid Gherbi, Sylvie Gibet, James Richardson, Daniel Teil. 1999, Springer, pp.49-52, 1999, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1739
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Antonella De Angeli, Frédéric Wolff, Laurent Romary, Walter Gerbino. The ecological approach to multimodal system design. Annelies Braffort, Rachid Gherbi, Sylvie Gibet, James Richardson, Daniel Teil. 1999, Springer, pp.49-52, 1999, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1739. 〈hal-00079132〉

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