Intelligent Multimedia Interfaces: Workshop : Papers (American Association for Artificial Intelligence)
By: Mark T. Maybury (editor)Paperback
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This collection of original contributions reports on key advances in intelligent (knowledge-based) user interfaces that exploit multiple media -- text, graphics, maps -- and multiple modalities -- visual, auditory, gestural -- to facilitate human-computer interaction. Chapters are grouped into three sections that address automated presentation design, intelligent multimedia interfaces, and architectural and theoretical issues. Although humans have a natural facility for managing and exploiting multiple input and output media, computers do not. Consequently, providing machines with the ability to interpret multimedia input and generate multimedia output would be a valuable facility for a number of key applications such as information retrieval and analysis, training and decision support. Successful intelligent multimedia interfaces require theories and technologies from a host of disciplines, including computational linguistics, computer graphics, cognitive science, human computer interaction, and computer-supported cooperative work -- all of them represented in this collection.
Mark Maybury is Executive Director of the Information Technology Division at the MITRE Corporation.
Part 1 Automated presentation design: intelligent multimedia presentation systems - research and principles, Steven F. Roth and William E. Hefley; planning multimedia explanations using communicative acts, Mark T. Maybury; WIP - the automatic synthesis of multimodal presentations, Elisabeth Andre et al; the design of illustrated documents as a planning task, Elisabeth Andre and Thomas Rist; automating the generation of coordinated multimedia explanations, Steven K. Feiner and Kathleen R. McKeown; towards coordinated temporal multimedia presentations, Steven K. Feiner et al; multimedia explanations for intelligent training systems, Bradley A. Goodman. Part 2 Intelligent multimedia interfaces: the application of natural language models to intelligent multimedia, John D. Burger and Ralph J. Marshall; ALFRESCO - enjoying the combination of natural language processing and hypermedia for information exploration, Oliviero Stock et al; an approach to hypermedia in diagnostic systems, Suhayya Abu-Hakima et al; integrating simultaneous input from speech, gaze and hand gestures, David B. Koons et al. Part 3 Architectural and theoretical issues: on the knowledge underlying multimedia presentations, Yigal Arens et al; using "live information" in a multimedia framework, Matthew Cornell et al; a multilayered empirical approach to multimodality - towards mixed solutions of natural language and graphical interfaces, Jurgen Krause; modelling issues in multimedial car-driver interaction, Andrea Bonarini.
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