Dynamic Universal Mobility for Adaptive Speech Interfaces

The DUMAS (Dynamic Universal Mobility for Adaptive Speech Interfaces) project develops multi-lingual speech-based applications, focusing on intelligent and ambient interaction management with a special emphasis on naturalness that takes into account the user's personalised needs. Future communication with mobile electronic systems requires dynamic and adaptive capabilities: systems that can learn via interaction and adapt their functionality to different users, situations and tasks, as opposed to the current state of affairs where the systems require the user's adaptation to the system. DUMAS addresses these challenges by integrating research on robust text processing, flexible dialogue management, advanced user interface techniques and dynamic user modelling.

Group: Speech Communication and Technology

Rolf Carlson (Project leader)
Botond Pakucs

Funding: EU

Duration: 2001 - 2004


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Published by: TMH, Speech, Music and Hearing

Last updated: 2012-11-09