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Effects of Recognition Accuracy and Vocabulary Size of a Speech Recognition System on Task Performance and User Acceptance
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Age of the subject was found to influence both objective and subjective measures. Expand
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A Critical Incident Evaluation Tool For Software Documentation
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A method to evaluate software documentation and aid in the subsequent redesign of the documentation is being evaluated. Expand
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Synthetic Flight Training Revisited
Critical issues in the development and use of synthetic flight trainers are reviewed. Degree of simulation and fidelity of simulation are discussed as key design considerations. Problems inExpand
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Integrated Research Paradigm for Complex Experimentation
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An integrated research paradigm involving the three major steps of selecting, describing, and optimizing these independent variables is presented. Expand
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User feedback requirements with automatic speech recognition
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The optimal type and amount of secondary feedback for data entry with automatic speech recognition were investigated. Expand
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System Design for Speech Recognition and Generation
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This article reviews human factors research on the design of systems that use spoken recognition for human control of the system or that use speech generation for the display of information. Expand
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The intelligibility of synthesized speech in data inquiry systems.
Recent improvements in speech technology have made synthetic speech a viable form of system feedback. However, little is known about the effects of various speech parameters on speech intelligibilityExpand
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Human-computer dialogue design considerations
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The three critical elements of quality human-computer dialogue design include a compilation of existing design guidelines, behavioral research to expand the general dialogue principles, and a computer-aided implementation for retrieval of the guidelines by dialogue authors. Expand
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Software Interfaces for Aviation Systems
Publisher Summary As aviation systems become more computer dependent, the emphasis on user-oriented software design must increase to improve user acceptance, system efficiency, and safety. HumanExpand
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Learner-centered versus automatic adaptive motor skill training.
Three types of training (fixed-difficulty, automatic-adaptive, and learner-centered) were used to teach 18 male and 18 female students a two-dimensional pursuit-tracking task. A 7-min trackingExpand
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