Communicative Rhythm in Gesture and Speech

@inproceedings{Wachsmuth1999CommunicativeRI,
  title={Communicative Rhythm in Gesture and Speech},
  author={I. Wachsmuth},
  booktitle={Gesture Workshop},
  year={1999}
}
  • I. Wachsmuth
  • Published in Gesture Workshop 1999
  • Computer Science
  • Led by the fundamental role that rhythms apparently play in speech and gestural communication among humans, this study was undertaken to substantiate a biologically motivated model for synchronizing speech and gesture input in human computer interaction. Our approach presents a novel method which conceptualizes a multimodal user interface on the basis of timed agent systems. We use multiple agents for the purpose of polling presemantic information from different sensory channels (speech and… CONTINUE READING
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