Selected Public Appearances
Current Work (Selection)
  VOICE Award 2006
  Project HALO 2
  Mobile Multimodal Systems
Recent Work (Selection)
  VOICE Award 2005
  Improved Internet Search
  Document Manager
  Multitasking with Xybernaut
  Automatic Hyperlinking
  Speech-Based Home Cooking Assistant
  Sonicson Music Retrieval System
  Tips and Tricks for Mobile Eye Tracking
Selected Videos
Services and Contact

German Competence Center for Speech Technology The other parts of the German Competence Center for Speech Technology:
Virtual Information Center LT-World
German Demonstration Center for LT-Systems

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Last modified: 2006-11-08

The DFKI Evaluation Center for Language Technology


Current Work


Mobile Multimodal Systems

  • Nature of the system:
    • Siemens S35i Mobile Phone
  • Questions:
    • in general
      • What usability issues are raised by mobile systems?
      • What additional pieces of information are needed because of the mobility?
      • How can data be aquired in a mobile environment by the aid of a computer?
      • How can multimodal data be acquired and analysed?
      • Where does the user look at?
    • for the Siemens S35i Mobile Phone
      • How can the user learn that the first two actions can be performed in parallel?
        • Frequent practice?
        • Explicit thought?
      • How can the user learn what to look for?
      • How can the user learn that fully eye-based dialing is possible?
        • Assuming that everything proceeds smoothly?
        • Considering that unusual events may occur?
  • Study performed with the ASL Model 501 mobile eye tracker
    • See the videos recorded during the study
  • Publications on this subject: see Jameson (2002) and Jameson and Klöckner (2003)