Evaluation of Continuous Marking Menus for Learning Cursive Pen-based Commands

Abstract : We present here the Continuous Marking Menus, which help users learning a set of handwritten commands on a pen-based interface. The aim of this paper is to experimentally attest the interest of this new type of menu by evaluating its ability to help the learning of a set of gestures. We describe an experimental comparison on the task of learning a set of gestures with or without the help of Continuous Marking Menus, and we conclude that with the help of Continuous Marking Menus, people learn more easily the gestures.
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Peiyu Li, Adrien Delaye, Eric Anquetil. Evaluation of Continuous Marking Menus for Learning Cursive Pen-based Commands. IGS-The 15th International Graphonomics Society Conference - 2011, 2011, Cancun, Mexico. pp.217-220. ⟨hal-00741295⟩

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