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Human-machine interaction through an intelligent user interface based on contention architecture

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2 Author(s)
Agah, A. ; Mech. Eng. Lab., AIST-MITI, Tsukuba, Japan ; Tanie, K.

A new approach to the utilization of intelligent control to enhance an interface for human-machine interaction is presented. The novel concept of contention architecture is introduced, based on the cooperation and competition of a number of software agents. The architecture is embedded within a graphical user interface, determining human intentions during the use of a computer mouse for performing traditional computer tasks. Through experiments with 6 human subjects it is shown that the intelligent component of the user interface enhances the effectiveness and efficiency of human-machine interaction

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Robot and Human Communication, 1996., 5th IEEE International Workshop on

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11-14 Nov 1996