Accessing Information in Spoken Audio

April 19-20, 1999
Cambridge, UK

Audio Meeting History Tool: Interactive Graphical User-Support for Virtual Audio Meetings

David M. Roy and Saturnino Luz

Natural Interactive Systems Laboratory, Odense University, Odense, Denmark

Interactive graphical user support within an internet based virtual meeting place is provided by an Audio Meeting History Tool. The tool addresses the representation, storage, navigation and processing of meeting memory where speech is assumed to be the primary modality of interpersonal communication. Communicative turns are integrated with non-acoustic data to form the meeting history through a GUI component based on a "musical score" metaphor.


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Bibliographic reference.  Roy, David M. / Luz, Saturnino (1999): "Audio Meeting History Tool: Interactive graphical user-support for virtual audio meetings", In Access-Audio-1999, 107-110.