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How well does voice interaction work in space?

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3 Author(s)
Morris, R.B. ; Lockheed Engineering & Science Co., Houston, TX, USA ; Whitmore, M. ; Adam, S.C.

The methods and results of an evaluation of the Voice Navigator software package are discussed. The first phase or ground phase of the study consisted of creating, or training, computer voice files of specific commands. This consisted of repeating each of six commands eight times. The files were then tested for recognition accuracy by the software aboard the microgravity aircraft. During the second phase, both voice training and testing were performed in microgravity. Inflight training was done due to problems encountered in phase one which were believed to be caused by ambient noise levels. Both quantitative and qualitative data were collected. Only one of the commands was found to offer consistently high recognition rates across subjects during the second phase.<>

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 8 )