Multimodal interaction: a survey from model driven engineering and mobile perspectives

@article{Elouali2013MultimodalIA,
  title={Multimodal interaction: a survey from model driven engineering and mobile perspectives},
  author={Nadia Elouali and Jos{\'e} Rouillard and Xavier Le Pallec and Jean-Claude Tarby},
  journal={Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces},
  year={2013},
  volume={7},
  pages={351-370}
}
The multimodal interaction is becoming richer in last years thanks to the increasing evolution of mobile devices (smartphones/tablets) and their embedded sensors including accelerometer, gyroscope, global positioning system, near field communication and proximity sensors. Using such sensors, either sequentially or simultaneously, to interact with applications ensures an intuitive interaction and the user acceptance. Today, the development of multimodal mobile systems incorporating input and… CONTINUE READING

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