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Assistance multimodale à l'exploration de visualisations 2D interactives

Suzanne Kieffer 1
1 MERLIN - Methods for interactive software ergonomics
INRIA Lorraine, INRIA Rocquencourt
Abstract : This work is about the design of a new form of Human-Computer Interaction : the speech + visual presentation combination as an output multimodality. More precisely, it deals with the valuation of the potential benefits from the speech, as a graphical expression mode, during visual target detection tasks in 2D interactive layouts.
We used an experimental approach to show the influence of oral messages, including the spatial localisation of the target in the layout, on users speed and accuracy. We also valued the subjective satisfaction of the users about this assistance to visual exploration.
Three experimental studies showed that multimodal presentations of the target facilitate and improve users performances, considering both speed and accuracy. They also showed that visual exploration strategies, without any oral message, depend on the spatial organisation of the information displayed.
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Suzanne Kieffer. Assistance multimodale à l'exploration de visualisations 2D interactives. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy I, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00011312⟩



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