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Generation of adapted, speech-based user interfaces for home and building automation systems

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5 Author(s)
Joern Ploennigs ; Dresden University of Technology, Institute of Applied Computer Science, D-01062 Germany ; Oliver Jokisch ; Uwe Ryssel ; Diane Hirschfeld
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Existing technologies in home and building automation system interface offer extensive possibilities to improve the individual life. However, especially seniors have large problems with the usually technology-centered user interfaces and avoid the technology. Instead, they are used to speech, which leaves speech-recognition and -synthesis suitable technologies for barrier-free interfaces. However, speech-based user interfaces require a large effort for adaptation, from the design of the user and system interfaces, to the adequate installation of devices. This paper introduces an approach to reduce this effort by a generative programming approach of the user and system interface.

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Factory Communication Systems, 2008. WFCS 2008. IEEE International Workshop on

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21-23 May 2008