Evaluating the DI@l-log system on a cohort of elderly, diabetic patients: results from a preliminary study

@inproceedings{Black2005EvaluatingTD,
  title={Evaluating the DI@l-log system on a cohort of elderly, diabetic patients: results from a preliminary study},
  author={Lesley-Ann Black and Michael F. McTear and Norman David Black and Roy Harper and Michelle Lemon},
  booktitle={INTERSPEECH},
  year={2005}
}
DI@L-log is an automated medical spoken dialogue system designed to enable patients to regularly communicate health data to the point-of-care over the telephone. In order to investigate the performance of the system, a preliminary evaluation was conducted using 5 novice hypertensive diabetic patients from the Ulster Hospital in Northern Ireland. The purpose of the study was to assess several factors which need to be addressed when designing spoken dialogue systems for elderly, disabled users… CONTINUE READING

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