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A Gesture-Controlled Internet-Based Spoken Conversation Partner On A Mobile Device

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Fuchs, Matthew
Published in Proceedings of the INTERACT Workshop on Mobile Accessibility. Lisbon (Portugal) - 5-9 September 2011 - . 2011
Abstract We describe a version of the CALL-SLT spoken conversation partner adapted for use on a mobile device. The system allows beginner/intermediate language students to practise interactive spoken language skills, using a version of MIT’s “translation game” concept: the machine prompts using an abstract description of what the student is supposed to say, and the student gives a spoken response. We focus on issues concerning the mobile version, which uses a Internet-based client/server configuration in which most processing is performed on the remote server; the client is controlled using accelerometer-based gesture recognition. We present an initial evaluation addressing two central questions: comparison of performance on mobile, Web and desktop versions and accuracy of gesture recognition
Keywords Language learningCALL-SLTMobile devicesGesture recognition
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TSOURAKIS, Nikolaos, RAYNER, Emmanuel, FUCHS, Matthew. A Gesture-Controlled Internet-Based Spoken Conversation Partner On A Mobile Device. In: Proceedings of the INTERACT Workshop on Mobile Accessibility. Lisbon (Portugal). [s.l.] : [s.n.], 2011. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:31403

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