Designing SpeechActs: issues in speech user interfaces

@inproceedings{Yankelovich1995DesigningSI,
  title={Designing SpeechActs: issues in speech user interfaces},
  author={Nicole Yankelovich and Gina-Anne Levow and Matthew Marx},
  booktitle={CHI '95},
  year={1995}
}
SpeechActs is an experimental conversational speech system. Experience with redesigning the system based on user feedback indicates the importance of adhering to conversational conventions when designing speech interfaces, particularly in the face of speech recognition errors. Study results also suggest that speech-only interfaces should be designed from scratch rather than directly translated from their graphical counterparts. This paper examines a set of challenging issues facing speech… Expand
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