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Chinese input presents unique challenges to the field of human computer interaction. This study provides an anatomical analysis of today's standard Chinese input process, which is based on pinyin, a phonetic spelling system in Roman characters. Through a combination of human performance modeling and experimentation, our study decomposed the Chinese input(More)
of multimodal systems from the ground up (see articles by Cohen and McGee and Pieraccini et al. in this section). This article discusses six main categories of guidelines and represents a preliminary effort to establish principles for multimodal interaction design. A more detailed discussion of these guidelines will be available in [6]. Requirements(More)
This paper presents an interactive visualization toolkit for navigating and analyzing the National Science Foundation (NSF) funding information. Our design builds upon an improved 2.5D treemap layout and the stacked graph to contribute customized techniques for visually navigating and interacting with the hierarchical data of NSF programs and proposals.(More)