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Multimodal and Alternative Input: A Survey

William D. Smart, Andy Cobley, Alistair Cairns, and Ian W. Ricketts.
Technical report CS93/07, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Dundee University, Dundee, Scotland, 1993.

By increasing the number and type of input modes which a computer system has available, the usability and efficiency of the human-computer interface can be greatly increased. We present a survey of several examples of such research, covering both alternative input methods (where one input mode replaces another) and complementary input systems (where various input devices are used inparallel with each other).

  author = {Smart, William D. and Cobley, Andy and Cairns, Alistair and Ricketts, Ian W.},
  title = {Multimodal and Alternative Input: A Survey},
  number = {{CS93/07}},
  address = {Dundee, Scotland},
  institution = {Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Dundee University},
  year = {1993}