Advances in Multimodal Interfaces — ICMI 2000: Third by Paul P. Maglio, Teenie Matlock, Christopher S. Campbell,

By Paul P. Maglio, Teenie Matlock, Christopher S. Campbell, Shumin Zhai, Barton A. Smith (auth.), Tieniu Tan, Yuanchun Shi, Wen Gao (eds.)

Multimodal Interfaces represents an rising interdisciplinary study course and has turn into one of many frontiers in machine technological know-how. Multimodal interfaces goal at effective, handy and ordinary interplay and verbal exchange among pcs (in their broadest feel) and human clients. they're going to finally let clients to engage with desktops utilizing their daily abilities. those complaints comprise the papers authorised for presentation on the 3rd foreign convention on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2000) held in Beijing, China on 1416 O ctober 2000. The papers have been chosen from 172 contributions submitted around the world. each one paper was once allotted for evaluation to 3 contributors of this system Committee, which consisted of greater than forty top researchers within the box. ultimate judgements of 38 oral papers and forty eight poster papers have been made in accordance with the reviewers’ reviews and the need for a stability of themes. the choice to have a unmarried tune convention ended in a aggressive choice technique and it's very most likely that a few solid submissions will not be incorporated during this quantity. The papers amassed the following hide quite a lot of issues reminiscent of affective and perceptual computing, interfaces for wearable and cellular computing, gestures and signal languages, face and facial features research, multilingual interfaces, digital and augmented truth, speech and handwriting, multimodal integration and alertness platforms. They symbolize the various newest growth in multimodal interfaces research.

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3. Guidelines for choosing the most appropriate mappings ‘Spatial Metaphors’ relate to scale, location and structure and can be described for the visual, auditory and haptic senses. They concern the way pictures, sounds and forces are organized in space. ‘Temporal Metaphors’ are concerned with how data 28 Keith Nesbitt changes with time and can also be applied to all senses. They concern how we perceive changes to pictures, sounds and forces over time. 'Sight Metaphors', ‘Sound Metaphors’ and ‘Touch Metaphors’ are all concerned with direct mappings between a sensory artifact and some quantitative information.

Sagerer, ”Connecting concepts from vision and speech processing,” Proc. 1-19, 1999. [2] N. Okada, “Towards affective integration of vision, behavior and speech processing,” Proc. 49-77, 1999. [3] T. Takahashi, S. Nakanishi, Y. Kuno, and Y. Shirai, “Human-robot interface by verbal and nonverbal communication,” Proc. 924-929, 1998. [4] Y. Kuno, S. Nakanishi, T. Murashima, N. Shirai, “Intelligent wheelchair based on the integration of human and environment observations,” Proc. 342-349, 1999. Designing Multi-sensory Models for Finding Patterns in Stock Market Data Keith Nesbitt1 1 Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, University of Newcastle,University Drive, Callaghan, NSW.

Technical analysis' is defined as “the study of behavior of market participants, as reflected in price, volume and open interest for a financial market, in order to identify stages in the development of price trends”[10]. This field of study has grown out of Dow Theory and studies patterns in the data itself in an attempt to understand the balance of supply and demand. This is in direct contrast to more traditional ‘fundamental analysis', as it does not attempt to understand the underlying factors that determine Designing Multi-sensory Models for Finding Patterns in Stock Market Data 29 the value of an instrument in a financial market.

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