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Museum studies. Near and Middle Eastern Studies. With the increasing popularity of smartphones , the general public are becoming more comfortable with the more complex modalities. Speech recognition was a major selling point of the iPhone 4S and following Apple products, with the introduction of Siri. However, in a loud environment, the audition modality is not quite effective.
This exemplifies how certain modalities have varying strengths depending on the situation. Having multiple modalities in a system gives more affordance to users and can contribute to a more robust system. Having more also allows for greater accessibility for users who work more effectively with certain modalities.
Multiple modalities can be used as backup when certain forms of communication are not possible. This is especially true in the case of redundant modalities in which two or more modalities are used to communicate the same information. Certain combinations of modalities can add to the expression of a computer-human or human-computer interaction because the modalities each may be more effective at expressing one form or aspect of information than others.
There are six types of cooperation between modalities, and they help define how a combination or fusion of modalities work together to convey information more effectively. Complimentary-redundant systems are those which have multiple sensors to form one understanding or dataset, and the more effectively the information can be combined without duplicating data, the more effectively the modalities cooperate. Having multiple modalities for communication is common, particularly in smartphones, and often their implementations work together towards the same goal, for example gyroscopes and accelerometers working together to track movement.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Mode user interface. Retrieved April 21, Interactive Systems. Design, Specification, and Verification. Human factors.
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