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Intelligent User Interfaces (Acm Press Frontier Series)

by Joseph W. Sullivan

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As computer systems grow increasingly complex, the design of effective and efficient computer-human interface becomes ever more critical to overall system performance. These systems are often characterized by large amounts of information to be conveyed and understood, complex task structures, real-timeperformance characteristics, and the incorporation of autonomous or semi-autonomous agents. Conventional interfaces appear inadequate to deal with such complexity, and practical solutions based on new technology are being sought.

This unique book in the ACM Press Frontier Series explores specifically how artificial intelligence techniques can be used to improve interfaces for both users and developers of computer systems. It describes intelligent interfaces that have been implemented to make interaction between people and their systems clearer and more efficient, to offer better support for users, and to present information more effectively. Detailed examples present interface architectures that can adapt to individual users, recognize their plans, advise them, provide multimodal communication capability, and dynamically generate presentations of information. Several chapters are also devoted to tools that can facilitate the construction of intelligent interfaces.

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