Mitchell Tsai

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
Next-generation user input and sensor technologies (such as speech, handwriting, vision, and physical location) present new possibilities for adaptable easy-to-use commands. These input modalities also present problems of noise and ambiguity, for which current “ad hoc” command processing services (e.g., undo) are often inconsistent and insufficient.(More)
PURPOSE OF REVIEW The ever-increasing demand for productivity has forced anesthesiology departments to implement a safe, efficient, and structured approach to the preoperative evaluation of surgical patients. The goal of the present article is to discuss the evolution, benefits, and the future of preoperative clinics including a telephone-based system. (More)
Initiative and control are crucial issues even in computereses, the very basic implementations of speech which handle tasks in traditional computer applications. Our “Baby Steps” dialogue system uses a context-based approach to handle initiative decisions when faced with noisy input sensors, dangerous and irreversible actions, and multiple input/output(More)
  • 1