Toward interface design for human language technology: Modality and structure as determinants of linguistic complexity

@article{Oviatt1994TowardID,
  title={Toward interface design for human language technology: Modality and structure as determinants of linguistic complexity},
  author={Sharon L. Oviatt and Philip R. Cohen and Michelle Wang},
  journal={Speech Communication},
  year={1994},
  volume={15},
  pages={283-300}
}
Before next-generation human language technology can be designed to function successfully in actual eld settings, interface techniques will be needed that can guide users' language to coincide with current system capabilities. The present study examines how input modality and presentation structure in uence the linguistic complexity observed in people's spoken and written input to an interactive system. Using a semi-automatic simulation technique, language was collected during speech-only… CONTINUE READING

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