4 edition of Multimedia interaction and intelligent user interfaces found in the catalog.
Multimedia interaction and intelligent user interfaces
Shao, Ling Dr
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ling Shao... [et al.], editors|
|Series||Advances in pattern recognition|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.U83 M8524 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 302 p. :|
|Number of Pages||302|
|ISBN 10||9781849965064, 9781849965071|
|LC Control Number||2010936504|
One of the most important characteristics of interactivity is the interaction between user and machine, where each of them has an active role. Interactive multimedia allows the user to control, combine, and manipulate a variety of media types, such as text, computer graphics, . Chapter 2, Ubiquitous User Interfaces: Multimodal Adaptive Interaction for Smart Environments by Marco Blumendorf, Grzegorz Lehmann, Dirk Roscher, and Sahin Albayrak surveys the topic of multimodal user interfaces as hey provide the means to support the user in various situations and to adapt the interaction to the user’s needs. The authors.
Efforts to incorporate intelligence into the user interface have been underway for decades, but the commercial impact of this work has not lived up to early expecta-tions, and is not immediately apparent. This situation appears to be changing. However, so far the most inter-esting intelligent user interfaces (IUIS) have tended to. The Adaptive Intelligent Dialogs (AID) project is the largest to date to have researched the topic of adaptive user interfaces, but it has undoubtedly only begun the work of identifying the issues, implications, feasibility, and future for such systems. An adaptive interface is an interface that remains well designed even as its world changes.
Multimedia user interface principles 1. USER INTERFACE PRINCIPLES 2. Learning outcomes: State user interface principles. Apply suitable user interface principles in a project. 3. USER INTERFACE PRINCIPLES USER INTERFACE IS A WAY A COMPUTER PROGRAM COMMUNICATES WITH THE PERSON WHO IS USING IT. 4. Multimodal interaction provides the user with multiple modes of interacting with a system. A multimodal interface provides several distinct tools for input and output of data. For example, a multimodal question answering system employs multiple modalities (such as text and photo) at both question (input) and answer (output) level.
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This book is an essential resource for researchers and practitioners from both academia and industry working in areas of multimedia analysis, human-computer interaction and interactive user interfaces.
Graduate students studying computer vision, pattern recognition and multimedia will also find it a beneficial and a useful reference. Get this from a library. Multimedia interaction and intelligent user interfaces: principles, methods and applications. [Ling Shao, Dr.;].
This book focuses specifically on those intelligent interfaces that exploit multiple media and modes to facilitate human-computer communication.
As a consequence, this edited collection will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in computer science, artificial intelligence, computer-human interaction, cognitive science, and graphic : Mark T. Maybury. Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung Online-Publikation: Additional Physical Format: Druckausg.
Multimedia Interaction and Intelligent User Interfaces Guildford, Surrey: Springer London, Covering issues of both multimedia content analysis and human-machine interaction, the book examines a wide range of techniques from computer vision, machine learning, audio and speech processing, communications, artificial intelligence and media technologyCited by: Inferring visual search targets helps to construct and improve intelligent user interfaces in many fields, e.g., robotics  or similar to examples in .
For example, it allows for a more fine. Multimedia authoring and user interface. The common approach for speech-recognition based user interfaces has been to graft the speech recognition interface into existing graphical user interfaces.
This is a mix of conceptually mismatched media that makes the interface cumbersome and not very efficient. Some pages of the book are.
To address these challenges, existing approaches must be adapted or new solutions suitable for multimedia interaction must be found. This book brings together high-quality and up-to-date research advances in the areas of multimedia interaction, user interfaces, and applications of consumer : Springer London.
focused on the more general issues of human computer interaction (Baecker et al. ), multimedia or intelligent interfaces (Blatner and DannenbergSullivan and Tyler ), intelligent multimedia interfaces (Maybury ) or multimedia systems issues such as standards, compression/storage, communications and networking (Furht ).
Intelligent User Interfaces: Adaptation and Personalization Systems and Technologies innovatively combines broad research areas in intelligent user interfaces to provide an authoritative, comprehensive review of recent studies, state-of-the-art applications, and new methodologies and theories that support the issue of adaptation and.
Summary. 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.
This book focuses specifically on those intelligent interfaces that exploit multiple media and modes to facilitate human-computer communication. This edited collection will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in computer science, artificial intelligence, human computer interaction, cognitive science, and graphic design.
media or intelligent interfaces (Blattner and DannenbergSullivan and Tyler ), and intelligent multi-media interfaces (Maybury ). Research so far has shown that it is possible to Figure 1 illustrates a high-level architecture of intelligent user interfaces and, as such, defines many of the subareas in the field.
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of touchscreen interfaces. of modern touch interfaces is that they support gesture-based user interaction with applications of cognitive principles to human. environments, intelligent multimedia. computer interaction, intelligent-user interfaces. What the book is about This book is about the theory and practice of the use of multimedia, multimodal interfaces for leaming.
Yet it is not about technology as such, at least in the sense that the authors do not subscribe to the idea that one should do something just because it is technologically possible.
In this chapter we investigated which hand gestures are intuitive to control a large display multimedia interface from a user's perspective. Over the course of two sequential user evaluations, we defined a simple gesture set that allows users to fully control a large display multimedia interface, intuitively.
First, we evaluated numerous gesture possibilities for a set of commands that can be. ISO. ISO Multimedia user interface design software ergonomic requirements, Part 1: Introduction and framework. International Standards Organisation. Google Scholar; ISO.
ISO Software ergonomics for multimedia user interfaces. Part 3: Media selection and combination. Draft international standard.
Interactive multimedia is clearly a field of fundamental research, social, educational and economical importance, as it combines multiple disciplines for the development of multimedia systems that are capable to sense the environment and dynamically process, edit, adjust or generate new content.
For this purpose, ideas, theories, methodologies and inventions are combined in order to form novel. Studies in this realm are highly envisioned to allow fresh natural operation interface for interactive multimedia applications with Natural User eXperience (NUX).
A wide spectrum of areas, e.g., computer-human interaction (CHI), human-machine interaction (HMI), brain-computer interaction (BCI) and human-robot interaction (HRI). Intelligent 3D interface, Artificial Force Field, Personalized User Interface Control, Adaptive Assisting Mechanism.
1. INTRODUCTION Virtual Reality (VR) techniques adopt interactive 3D user inter-faces to allow a user to have realistic experiences in virtual scenes. Such 3D user interfaces have a wide range of applications in.☟☟ Link Free Read Multimedia Interaction and Intelligent User Interfaces: Principles, Methods and Applications (Advances in Computer Vision and Pattern Recog.An analytical review of state-of-the-art and future intelligent interfaces of human–computer interaction is presented; stages of their evolution are considered from command text to graphic and.