Taming recognition errors with a multimodal interface

@article{Oviatt2000TamingRE,
  title={Taming recognition errors with a multimodal interface},
  author={Sharon L. Oviatt},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
  year={2000},
  volume={43},
  pages={45-51}
}
My focus here is recognition errors as a problem for spoken-language systems, especially when processing diverse speaker styles or speech produced in noisy field settings. However, when speech is combined with another input mode within a multimodal architecture, recent research has shown that two modes can function better than one alone. I also outline when and why multimodal systems display error-handling advantages. Recent studies on mobile speech and accented speakers have found that: 
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