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Do oral messages help visual exploration?

Abstract : A preliminary experimental study is presented, which aims at eliciting the contribution of oral messages to facilitating visual search tasks in crowded visual displays. Results of quantitative and qualitative analyses suggest that appropriate verbal messages can improve both target selection time and accuracy. In particular, multimodal messages including a visual presentation of the isolated target together with absolute spatial oral information on its location in the displayed scene are most effective. || L'étude préliminaire expérimentale présentée tente de déterminer l'apport potentiel de messages oraux à l'identifification de cibles visuelles dans des affichages complexes. Les résultats des analyses quantitatives et qualitatives indiquent que des messag
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Noëlle Carbonell, Suzanne Kieffer. Do oral messages help visual exploration?. International CLASS Workshop on Natural, Intelligent and Effective Interaction in Multimodal Dialogue Systems 2002, 2002, Copenhagen, Denmark. pp.27-36. ⟨inria-00107591⟩



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