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To appear, ACM Multimedia 2004 Speech, Ink, and Slides: The Interaction of Content
 

Summary: To appear, ACM Multimedia 2004
Speech, Ink, and Slides: The Interaction of Content
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Richard Anderson, Crystal Hoyer, Craig Prince, Jonathan Su, Fred Videon, Steve Wolfman
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Washington
{anderson, clhoyer, cmprince, jonsu, fred, wolf}@cs.washington.edu
ABSTRACT
In this paper, we report on an empirical exploration of digital ink
and speech usage in lecture presentation. We studied the video
archives of five Master's level Computer Science courses to
understand how instructors use ink and speech together while
lecturing, and to evaluate techniques for analyzing digital ink.
Our interest in understanding how ink and speech are used
together is to inform the development of future tools for
supporting classroom presentation, distance education, and
viewing of archived lectures. We want to make it easier to
interact with electronic materials and to extract information from
them. We want to provide an empirical basis for addressing
challenging problems such as automatically generating full text

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle
Wolfman, Steve - Department of Computer Science, University of British Columbia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences