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Recommendations for the design of usable multimodal command languages

Noëlle Carbonell 1
1 MERLIN - Methods for interactive software ergonomics
INRIA Lorraine, INRIA Rocquencourt
Abstract : We present and discuss the implications of the results of 3 empirical studies for the design of usable multimodal interaction languages which represent appropriate substitutes for direct manipulation, in all contexts precluding the use of mouse and keyboard, and for all standard categories of users, especially the general public.
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Noëlle Carbonell. Recommendations for the design of usable multimodal command languages. HCI International 2001, 2001, New Orleans, United States. pp.266-270. ⟨inria-00100468⟩



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