Jo Ann G. Sison

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The way we interact with the automobile is changing. New factors in automotive interaction include driver assistance technologies, new media and information options, new power train technologies, environmental concerns, and the introduction of automobiles into emerging markets. In this special interest group session, practitioners and researchers from(More)
Though legislation is increasingly discouraging drivers from holding on to their mobile phones while talking, hands-free devices do not improve driver safety. We offer two design alternatives to improve driver safety in the contexts of voice-based user interfaces and mobile phone conversations in cars' side tones (auditory feedback used in landline phones)(More)
An in-vehicle speech dialog system (SDS) can support visualhaptic interfaces and reduce eyes-off-road time while driving. This work evaluates two SDS that varied according to the degree of natural language understanding afforded by the speech dialog system. In a Wizard of Oz simulation, two alternative SDSs were tested in a driving simulator. The Lane(More)
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