Multimodal Cooperation with the DENK System

@inproceedings{Bunt1995MultimodalCW,
  title={Multimodal Cooperation with the DENK System},
  author={Harry Bunt and Ren{\'e} M. C. Ahn and Robbert-Jan Beun and Tijn Borghuis and Cornelius W. A. M. van Overveld},
  booktitle={Multimodal Human-Computer Communication},
  year={1995}
}
In this chapter we present the DenK project, a long-term eeort where the aim is to build a generic cooperative human-computer interface combining multiple input and output modalities. We discuss the view on human-computer interaction that underlies the project and the emerging DenK system. The project integrates results from fundamental research in knowledge representation, communication, natural language semantics and pragmatics, and object-oriented animation. Central stage in the project is… CONTINUE READING
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