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The human factors of speech-based interfaces: a research agenda
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This article outlines some of the characteristics of speech technology that distinguish it from traditional interaction techniques. Expand
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An application of artificial intelligence to the choreography of dance
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This paper describes an experimental computer program that applies the techniques of artificial intelligence to the creation of dance. Expand
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What kind of errors do Unix users make?
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On the Inadequacy of Tournament Algorithms for the N-SCS Problem
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We show that tournament algorithms are not, in general, adequate to solve the shortest common supersequence problem for languages. Expand
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Book review: Speech Recognition by Machine by W. A. Ainsworth, (Peter Peregrines Ltd ., 1988)
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Ainsworth has set himself the ambitious goal of describing the theory and technology that form the basis of modern speech recognition. Expand
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Animate Tokens: Their Design and Application to Dance
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The authors introduce a new method of portraying dance on a computer that works well on inexpensive microcomputers with limited processing power. Expand
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Sequence Matching with Binary Codes
  • J. Bradford
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Inf. Process. Lett.
  • 24 April 1990
TLDR
This paper introduces an algorithm that encodes pairs of strings as binary numbers such that the Hamming distance between binary codewords is equal to the Levenshtein distance between the original strings, allowing us to do repeated comparisons with comparatively little computation. Expand
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Semantic Strings: A New Technique for Detecting and Correcting User Errors
  • J. Bradford
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. Man Mach. Stud.
  • 1 September 1990
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This paper introduces a new technique for detecting and correcting semantic errors in user dialogue. Expand
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