A Framework for the Intelligent Multimodal Presentation of Information. Rousseau, C.; Bellik, Y.; Vernier, F.; and Bazalgette, D. Signal Process., 86(12):3696–3713, December, 2006. 00000
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Intelligent multimodal presentation of information aims at using several communication modalities to produce the most relevant user outputs. This problem involves different concepts related to information structure, interaction components (modes, modalities, devices) and context. In this paper we study the influence of interaction context on system outputs. More precisely, we propose a conceptual model for intelligent multimodal presentation of information. This model, called WWHT, is based on four concepts: "What", "Which", "How" and "Then". These concepts describe the life cycle of a multimodal presentation from its "birth" to its "death" including its evolution. On the basis of this model, we present the ELOQUENCE software platform for the specification, the simulation and the execution of output multimodal systems. Finally, we describe two applications of this framework: the first one concerns the simulation of an incoming call in an intelligent mobile phone and the second one is related to a task of marking out a target on the ground in a fighter plane cockpit.
@article{rousseau_framework_2006,
	title = {A {Framework} for the {Intelligent} {Multimodal} {Presentation} of {Information}},
	volume = {86},
	issn = {0165-1684},
	url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sigpro.2006.02.041},
	doi = {10.1016/j.sigpro.2006.02.041},
	abstract = {Intelligent multimodal presentation of information aims at using several communication modalities to produce the most relevant user outputs. This problem involves different concepts related to information structure, interaction components (modes, modalities, devices) and context. In this paper we study the influence of interaction context on system outputs. More precisely, we propose a conceptual model for intelligent multimodal presentation of information. This model, called WWHT, is based on four concepts: "What", "Which", "How" and "Then". These concepts describe the life cycle of a multimodal presentation from its "birth" to its "death" including its evolution. On the basis of this model, we present the ELOQUENCE software platform for the specification, the simulation and the execution of output multimodal systems. Finally, we describe two applications of this framework: the first one concerns the simulation of an incoming call in an intelligent mobile phone and the second one is related to a task of marking out a target on the ground in a fighter plane cockpit.},
	number = {12},
	urldate = {2015-12-12},
	journal = {Signal Process.},
	author = {Rousseau, Cyril and Bellik, Yacine and Vernier, Frédéric and Bazalgette, Didier},
	month = dec,
	year = {2006},
	note = {00000},
	pages = {3696--3713}
}
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