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|Other Titles:||Spoken-Language Input Method for Hypermedia Reading|
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
|Abstract:||This paper discusses some problems of hypermedia reading. Hypermedia technologies provide users non-sequentially and effective hurnan-machine interfaces when read multimedia information that make the information transmission more powerful. Due to the intuition characterestics and ease of use, the mouse- based input method makes hypermedia reading promoted very well but it also raises a few restrictions in qpplication areas. It is believed that the techniques of spoken-language-based interfaces are very useful to solve these problems. We proposed a novel method of spoken-language input based on properly use of the linguistic characteristics of Mandarin Chinese. Based on this method we also implement a hypermedia system of a Chinese dictionary to prove the feasibility of the spoken-language-based interfaces.|
|Appears in Collections:||圖書館學與資訊科學|
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