INTERSPEECH 2007
8th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association

Antwerp, Belgium
August 27-31, 2007

The Influence of User Tailoring and Cognitive Load on User Performance in Spoken Dialogue Systems

Andi Winterboer (1), Jiang Hu (2), Johanna D. Moore (1), Clifford Nass (2)

(1) University of Edinburgh, UK
(2) Stanford University, USA

This paper presents results of a Wizard-of-Oz (WoZ) study examining the effect of two different information presentation methods on a secondary task, namely driving. The results demonstrate that the user-model based summarize and refine (UMSR) approach enables more efficient information retrieval in comparison to the data-driven summarize and refine (SR) approach, and does not negatively affect driving performance.

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Bibliographic reference.  Winterboer, Andi / Hu, Jiang / Moore, Johanna D. / Nass, Clifford (2007): "The influence of user tailoring and cognitive load on user performance in spoken dialogue systems", In INTERSPEECH-2007, 2717-2720.