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Minimizing Modality Bias When Exploring Input Preferences for Multimodal Systems in New Domains: the Archivus Case Study

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Rajman, Martin
Published in Proceedings of CHI'07. San José, California (USA) - 28 April - 3 May - . 2007
Abstract In this paper we discuss the problems faced when trying to design an evaluation protocol for a multimodal system using novel input modalities and in a new domain. In particular, we focus on the problem of trying to minimize bias towards certain modalities and interaction patterns. Such bias might be introduced by experimenters in the instructions given to users which explain how the system can be used.
Keywords Multimodal interfaceInputEvaluation
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LISOWSKA, Agnès et al. Minimizing Modality Bias When Exploring Input Preferences for Multimodal Systems in New Domains: the Archivus Case Study. In: Proceedings of CHI'07. San José, California (USA). [s.l.] : [s.n.], 2007. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:3456

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