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Authors: Christina K. Alexandris (National University of Athens, Athens, Greece) 
Book Description:
The increasing use of Human Computer Interaction Systems (HCI Systems) globally, as well as multinational research and development (R&D) HCI projects in industry and in online services is related to the creation and development of multilingual applications, including interaction with multilingual online texts and multilingual Dialog Systems. In the present approach, the human factor in multilingual Human-Computer Interaction Systems for the International Public and the related Linguistic and Cultural Aspects are examined in respect to the processing of implied information and connotative features in written and spoken texts. The proposed general framework for the processing of implied information and connotative features is characterized by the reinforced role of the Pragmatic Level. This pragmatic framework concerns a finite set of re-usable, transferable and language independent general specifications determined and defined for information management, dialog structure and prosodic modeling in the linguistic processing modules of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Systems for International Users. (Imprint: Novinka)

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. Introduction pp. 1-4

Chapter 2. Designing for the International Public as a User Group pp. 5-18

Chapter 3. Monolingual Human-Computer Interaction Systems for the International Users pp. 19-60

Chapter 4. Multilingual Variations of Monolingual Dialog Systems pp. 61-86

Chapter 5. Implied Information and Connotative Features in Human Computer Interaction Systems with Machine Translation pp. 87-120

Chapter 6. Conclusions and Further Research pp. 121-132

Index pp. 133-137

   Series:
      Computer Science, Technology and Applications
      Languages and Linguistics
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2013
   Pages: 137, 6x9 - (NBC-C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62417-620-3
   Status: AV
  
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