Auditory User Interfaces --List Of Tables
- Table 2.1
- Predefined voices on the Dectalk family of
synthesizers. The various voice control parameters are set to provide
a set of well-designed voices ranging from a standard male voice to a
standard female voice.
- Table 2.2
- Voice synthesis parameters
in formant synthesis. The Dectalk family of formant synthesizers
provide a large number of voice control parameters that can be used to
manipulate and adjust the speaking voice.
- Table 4.1
- Basic speech services provided by Emacspeak. These are used to
speech-enable the electronic desktop.
- Table 4.2
- Standard dimensions
making up a speech style. These provide a device-independent notation
for expressing speech styles.
- Table 4.3
- Standard Voices Defined In Emacspeak. Using these predefined
voices ensures a uniform sound and feel\/ throughout the audio
desktop and makes designing consistent auditory feedback easy.
- Table 4.4
- Predefined auditory icons. Use of these results in a high level of
consistency in the auditory feedback throughout the desktop and
ensures a uniform sound and feel.
- Table 5.1
- List of ACSS parameters. These are chosen to allow user agents to
control aural presentations on a wide range of auditory displays
ranging from telephones to high-end home theater systems.
Last modified: Tue Aug 19 17:09:25 1997