ISCA Archive IDS 2002
ISCA Archive IDS 2002

A multimodal virtual co-driver's problems with the driver

Niels Ole Bernsen, Laila Dybkjær

The paper discusses a series of four user-oriented design analysis problems in a research prototype multimodal spoken language dialogue system for supporting drivers whilst driving. The problems are: (a) when should the system (not) listen to the speech and non-speech acoustics in the car; (b) how to use the in-car display in conjunction with spoken driver-system dialogue; (c) how to identify the present driver as a basis for building a user model of the driver; and (d) how to create useful adaptive user modelling of the driver. The system discussed is under development and is called VICO or Virtual Intelligent CO-driver.

Cite as: Bernsen, N.O., Dybkjær, L. (2002) A multimodal virtual co-driver's problems with the driver. Proc. Multi-Modal Dialogue in Mobile Environments, paper 48

  author={Niels Ole Bernsen and Laila Dybkjær},
  title={{A multimodal virtual co-driver's problems with the driver}},
  booktitle={Proc. Multi-Modal Dialogue in Mobile Environments},
  pages={paper 48}