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Voice User Interface Design for a Computer Aided Ureteroscopic Surgical System

@inproceedings{Shieh2014VoiceUI,
  title={Voice User Interface Design for a Computer Aided Ureteroscopic Surgical System},
  author={M. D. Shieh and S Jean Hsieh},
  year={2014}
}
This paper presents a design for a computer aided surgical (CAS) system with a voice user interface (VUI) using Sami, a purpose-designed CAS system with VUI. Then, during Ureteroscopic surgery, we compare conventional UI -as performed at the National Cheng Kung University Hospital (NCKUH) -and the VUI of Sami. We invited three surgeons from NCKUH to participate in a Wizard of Oz test (WOZ test). Subsequently, the doctors were asked their opinion of Sami. At the end of the design process, the… 

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