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    Human-Centric Framework for Perceptually Adaptive Interfaces

    People and Computers XXII
    Culture, Creativity, Interaction

    Proceedings of HCI 2008
    The 22nd British HCI Group Annual Conference
    Liverpool John Moores University, UK

    1 - 5 September 2008

    AUTHORS

    Priyamvada Tripathi

    ABSTRACT

    Multimodal interfaces have long held the promise of enhanced and effective human machine interaction. The ultimate goal of multimodal interfaces is to facilitate human activity allowing seamless exchange of information. This goal requires a coordinated development effort that incorporates a thorough understanding of human perceptual system in the design of interfaces. In this manner, multimodal interfaces can supplement and expand current paradigms in human computer interaction. A novel framework is, therefore, proposed for design, development and evaluation of perceptual interactions between human and the computer. The proposed framework hopes to enable interfaces that aim to 'fit' and 'adapt' with the human perceptual system. An empirically driven conceptual approach is used to derive guidelines, create artefacts, and develop models for these perceptually adaptive interfaces.

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