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Title: Review of the paper: Search Vox: Leveraging Multimodal Refinement and Partial Knowledge for Mobile S


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Review of the paper Search Vox Leveraging
Multimodal Refinement and Partial Knowledge for
Mobile SearchAuthors Tim Paek, Bo Thiesson,
Y.C. Ju, Bongshin Lee
  • Class ECE 992c Ubiquitous computing
  • Student Nemanja Memarovic

2
Search Vox Leveraging Multimodal Refinement and
Partial Knowledge for Mobile Voice Search
  • Strengths
  • Introduces new multimodal interface
  • Improves speech recognition using alternative
    techniques
  • Usage of partial knowledge can be very useful
  • Smart use of existing data

3
Search Vox Leveraging Multimodal Refinement and
Partial Knowledge for Mobile Voice Search
  • Weaknesses
  • Missing clear statement of the goal
  • Why put implementation in the paper?
  • Reference to another paper for results on verbal
    wildcard
  • Control flow home depot example

4
Search Vox Leveraging Multimodal Refinement and
Partial Knowledge for Mobile Voice Search
  • Suggestions
  • User acceptance study

5
Review of the paperIts mine, Dont
Touch! Interactions at a Large Multi-Touch
Display in a City CentreAuthors Peter
Peltonen, Esko Kurvinen, Antti Salovaara, Giulio
Jacucci, Tommi IlmonenJohn Evans, Antti
Oulasvirta, Petri Saarikko
  • Class ECE 992c Ubiquitous computing
  • Student Nemanja Memarovic

6
Its Mine, Dont Touch! Interactions at a
Large Multi-Touch Display at City Centre
  • Strengths
  • First research in the field of public multi-touch
    displays
  • Lot of valuable results for other areas of
    research

7
Its Mine, Dont Touch! Interactions at a
Large Multi-Touch Display at City Centre
  • Weaknesses
  • Hypotheses are not clearly stated
  • Hygiene (Ken wouldnt touch this)

8
Its Mine, Dont Touch! Interactions at a
Large Multi-Touch Display at City Centre
  • Suggestions
  • Longer study (currently in progress)

9
Its Mine, Dont Touch! Interactions at a
Large Multi-Touch Display at City Centre
  • Progress since paper was written
  • New version being investigated
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