Comparison of Continuous Speech, Discrete Speech, and Keyboard Input to an Interactive Warfare Simulation in Various C3 Environments.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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This thesis describes an experiment conducted at the Naval Postgraduate School during the period 30 October 1984 through 30 November 1984. Specifically, the experiment compares the use of continuous speech recognition equipment, discrete speech recognition equipment, and keyboard to input commands in a command and control environment. This was accomplished by using the Naval Warfare Interactive Simulation System NWISS as a vehicle to pose military problems to subject in a variety of light and noise environments. Although the results are not conclusive, they do show a definite advantage in using continuous speech or keyboard entry modes over discrete speech modes. Continuous speech and keyboard methods were superior in all environmental conditions. Additional keywords voice recognition Scenarios. Author
- Command, Control and Communications Systems