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Title Interactive speech technology : human factors issues in the application of speech input/output to computers / edited by Christopher Baber and Janet M. Noyes.
Imprint Bristol, PA : Taylor & Francis, ©1993.

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 212 pages) : illustrations
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Print version record.
Subject Human-computer interaction.
Automatic speech recognition.
Computer input-output equipment.
Contents Book Cover; Title; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Developing interactive speech technology; Speech output; Voice output for human-machine interaction; Interactive speech in computer-aided learning; Speech-based alarm displays; Speech input; Speech as an interface medium: how can it best be used?; Automatic speech recognition and mobile radio; Is control by voice the right answer for the avionics environment?; Listening typewriters in use: some practical studies; Voice as a medium for document annotation; Considering feedback and error correction
Feedback in automatic speech recognition: who is saying what and to whom?Comparing error correction strategies in speech recognition systems; Data-entry by voice: facilitating correction of misrecognitions; Design and evaluating interactive speech technology; Assessing the quality of synthetic speech; Evaluation and prototyping for voice applications; Intelligent dialogues in automated telephone services; Design guidelines for using speech in interactive multimedia systems; Speech technology in the future; Index
Summary Deals with the two important technologies in human-computer interaction, computer generation of synthetic speech and computer recognition of human speech. The book focuses on three main areas - recognition, production and dialogue.
Other Author Baber, Christopher, 1964-
Noyes, Janet M.
Other Title Print version: Interactive speech technology. Bristol, PA : Taylor & Francis, ©1993 074840127X