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An Evaluation Framework for Multimodal Interaction

Determining Quality Aspects and Modality Choice

Wechsung, Ina

2014, XIII, 191 p. 33 illus., 19 illus. in color.

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  • Presents an exhaustive and empirically validated taxonomy of quality aspects of multimodal interaction
  • Offers a validated questionnaire specifically tailored to the evaluation of multimodal systems
  • Includes models regarding the relationship of the perceived quality of a modality and the actual usage of a modality
This book presents (1) an exhaustive and empirically validated taxonomy of quality aspects of multimodal interaction as well as respective measurement methods, (2) a validated questionnaire specifically tailored to the evaluation of multimodal systems and covering most of the taxonomy‘s quality aspects, (3) insights on how the quality perceptions of multimodal systems relate to the quality perceptions of its individual components, (4) a set of empirically tested factors which influence modality choice, and (5) models regarding the relationship of the perceived quality of a modality and the actual usage of a modality.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Hedonic Qualities - MMQQ Questionaire - Modality Selection - Multimodal Interaction - Multimodal Taxonomy - Pragmatic Qualities - Quality Perception

Related subjects » HCI - Production & Process Engineering - Psychology - Signals & Communication

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