Yogesh Sethi

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In order to incorporate naturalness in the design of Human Computer Interfaces (HCI), it is desirable to develop recognition techniques capable of handling continuous natural gesture and speech inputs. Hidden Markov Models (HMMs) provide a good framework for continuous gesture recognition and also for multimodal fusion [11]. Many different researchers [13,(More)
Although computer technology has dramatically changed in the last 20 years, human-computer interfaces have largely remained unchanged. The keyboard has been the most prevalent device, but with the advent of graphical operating systems, the mouse has been added. To create a more natural and human-centric computer interface we propose using input modalities(More)
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