Yusaku Nakamura

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This paper outlines the latest version of XISL (eXtensible Interaction Scenario Language). XISL is an XML-based markup language for web-based multimodal interaction systems. XISL enables to describe synchronization of multimodal inputs/outputs, dialog flow/transition, and some other descriptions required for multimodal interaction. XISL inherits these(More)
In this paper we outline a multimodal interaction description language XISL (Extensible Interaction-Sheet Language) that is developed to describe multimodal interactions (MMI), and to separate the description of interactions from XML contents. XISL makes an XML document independent of interactions that may differ between each terminal, and so enables such(More)
In this paper we outline a multimodal interaction description language XISL, (Extensible Interaction-Sheet Language), that is developed to describe multimodal interactions (MMI), and to make the description of interactions independent of XML contents. XISL makes an XML document independent of interactions that may differ between each terminal, and so(More)
This paper discusses the design of a modality-independent MMI system architecture. In the architecture, the MMI system is divided into three modules: the document server module which holds dialog scenarios and contents, the dialog manager which controls dialog flow, and the front-end module which manages the user's inputs and the system's outputs. This(More)
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