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1994

Advanced Human-Computer Interface and Voice Processing Applications in Space

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Advanced Human-Computer Interface and Voice Processing Applications in Space
Much interest already exists in the electronics research community for developing and integrating speech technology to a variety of applications, ranging from voice-activated systems to automatic telephone transactions. This interest is particularly true in the field of aerospace where the training and operational demands on the crew have significantlyincreased with the proliferation of technology. Indeed, with advances in vehicule and robot automation, the role of the human operatorhas evolvedfrom thatofpilot/driverand manual controllerto supervisorand decisionmaker. Lately, some effort has been expended to implement alternative modes of system control, but automatic speech recognition (ASR) and human-computer interaction (HCI) research have only recently extended to civilian aviation and space applications. The purpose of this paper is to present the particularitiesof operator-computerinteraction in the unique conditions found in space. The potential for voice control applications i...
Julie Payette
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Type Conference
Year 1994
Where NAACL
Authors Julie Payette
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