1995
DOI: 10.1007/978-1-5041-2896-4_19
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Four Easy Pieces for Assessing the Usability of Multimodal Interaction: The Care Properties

Abstract: ABSTRACT:We propose the CARE properties as a simple way of characterising and assessing aspects of multimodal interaction: the Complementarity, Assignment, Redundancy, and Equivalence that may occur between the interaction techniques available in a multimodal user interface. We provide a formal definition of these properties and use the notion of compatibility to show how the system CARE properties interact with user CARE-like properties in the design of a system. The discussion is illustrated with MATIS, a Mu… Show more

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“…Finally, spoken disfluencies can also be reduced by designing multimodal interfaces that include another adapted modality, which can be used complementarily or redundantly with speech [36].…”
Section: Error Reduction By Designmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Finally, spoken disfluencies can also be reduced by designing multimodal interfaces that include another adapted modality, which can be used complementarily or redundantly with speech [36].…”
Section: Error Reduction By Designmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This has been called "agent assignment" in the CARE (Complementarity, Assignment, Redundancy, and Equivalence) usability framework [36]. CARE describes two types of assignment: strict assignment and agent assignment.…”
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