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A Pen-Based Prosodic User Interface for Schoolchildren
Winter 1996 (vol. 3 no. 4)
pp. 48-55

A prosodic user interface is defined as an user interface that can deal with not only what is entered by the user but also how it is entered. A pen-based user interface provides more prosodic information than a mouse-based graphical user interface. The need for a pen-based prosodic user interface in an educational application domain is argued. As a simple example of a pen-based prosodic user interface, the notion of a positional handwriting recognizer is introduced and its implementation discussed.

Index Terms:
pen-based user interface, multimedia, prosodic user interface, human-computer interface, interface design
Citation:
Takayuki Dan Kimura, "A Pen-Based Prosodic User Interface for Schoolchildren," IEEE Multimedia, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 48-55, Winter 1996, doi:10.1109/MMUL.1996.10018
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