Accession Number : ADA225973


Title :   Intelligent Multi-Media Integrated Interface Project


Descriptive Note : Final rept. Oct 1987-Oct 1989


Corporate Author : CALSPAN UB RESEARCH CENTER BUFFALO NY


Personal Author(s) : Neal, J G ; Shapiro, S C ; Thielman, C Y ; Gucwa, J R ; Lammens, J M


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a225973.pdf


Report Date : Jun 1990


Pagination or Media Count : 272


Abstract : This report discusses the results of the Intelligent Multi Media Interfaces (IMMI) project. The IMMI project has been devoted to the application of artificial intelligence technology to the development of human computer interface technology that integrates speech input, speech output, natural language text, graphics, and deictic gestures for interactive dialogues between human and computer. These dialogues are modelled on the manner in which two people naturally communicate in coordinated multiple modalities when working at a graphics device. The goal has been to develop multi modal human computer interface technology that enhances human-computer communication and is more capable of meeting the demands of modern information intensive systems. As part of this project, a knowledge based multi media interface system, called CUBRICON (the CUBRIC Intelligent CONversationalist), has been developed as a proof-of- concept prototype. The CUBRICON system is described in this report. Keywords: Artificial intelligence, Human computer interfaces, Intelligent interfaces, Multi media interfaces, Interfaces.


Descriptors :   *MAN COMPUTER INTERFACE , *ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE , INFORMATION SYSTEMS , INTERACTIONS , NATURAL LANGUAGE , MEDIA , SPEECH , OUTPUT , INPUT , PROTOTYPES


Subject Categories : Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE