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ICMI
2003
Springer
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Auditory, graphical and haptic contact cues for a reach, grasp, and place task in an augmented environment
An experiment was conducted to investigate how performance of a reach, grasp and place task was influenced by added auditory and graphical cues. The cues were presented at points ...
Mihaela A. Zahariev, Christine L. MacKenzie
ICMI
2003
Springer
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Modeling multimodal integration patterns and performance in seniors: toward adaptive processing of individual differences
Multimodal interfaces are designed with a focus on flexibility, although very few currently are capable of adapting to major sources of user, task, or environmental variation. The...
Benfang Xiao, Rebecca Lunsford, Rachel Coulston, R...
ICMI
2003
Springer
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Georgia tech gesture toolkit: supporting experiments in gesture recognition
Gesture recognition is becoming a more common interaction tool in the fields of ubiquitous and wearable computing. Designing a system to perform gesture recognition, however, can...
Tracy L. Westeyn, Helene Brashear, Amin Atrash, Th...
ICMI
2003
Springer
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Selective perception policies for guiding sensing and computation in multimodal systems: a comparative analysis
Intensive computations required for sensing and processing perceptual information can impose significant burdens on personal computer systems. We explore several policies for sel...
Nuria Oliver, Eric Horvitz
ICMI
2003
Springer
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SmartKom: adaptive and flexible multimodal access to multiple applications
The development of an intelligent user interface that supports multimodal access to multiple applications is a challenging task. In this paper we present a generic multimodal inte...
Norbert Reithinger, Jan Alexandersson, Tilman Beck...
ICMI
2003
Springer
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TorqueBAR: an ungrounded haptic feedback device
Kinesthetic feedback is a key mechanism by which people perceive object properties during their daily tasks – particularly inertial properties. For example, transporting a glass...
Colin Swindells, Alex Unden, Tao Sang
ICMI
2003
Springer
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Real time facial expression recognition in video using support vector machines
Enabling computer systems to recognize facial expressions and infer emotions from them in real time presents a challenging research topic. In this paper, we present a real time ap...
Philipp Michel, Rana El Kaliouby
ICMI
2003
Springer
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A multi-modal approach for determining speaker location and focus
This paper presents a multi-modal approach to locate a speaker in a scene and determine to whom he or she is speaking. We present a simple probabilistic framework that combines mu...
Michael Siracusa, Louis-Philippe Morency, Kevin Wi...
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