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A Framework for Modeling and Designing of Intelligent and Adaptive Interfaces for Human Computer Interaction

Syed Imran Ali, Sameer Jain, Banshi Lal Patidar , Neeraj Sharma Published in Information Systems

Communications on Applied Electronics
Year of Publication 2014
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Syed Imran Ali, Banshi Lal Patidar Sameer Jain and Neeraj Sharma. A Framework for Modeling and Designing of Intelligent and Adaptive Interfaces for Human Computer Interaction. Communications on Applied Electronics 1(1):14-19, 2014. Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA. BibTeX

	author = {Syed Imran Ali and Sameer Jain, Banshi Lal Patidar and Neeraj Sharma},
	title = {A Framework for Modeling and Designing of Intelligent and Adaptive Interfaces for Human Computer Interaction},
	journal = {Communications on Applied Electronics},
	year = {2014},
	volume = {1},
	number = {1},
	pages = {14-19},
	note = {Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA}


This Paper presents a framework for modeling and designing of intelligent and adaptive interfaces for human computer interaction. Since interfaces along with their interaction styles have got a vital role to play in mass and massive adoption of technology therefore timely we must look for and explore next generation multimodal, adaptive and intelligent interfaces and interaction styles enriched with good expression capabilities and natural characteristics to achieve higher user acceptance, usability and satisfaction level .This can only be achieved by empowering and enriching human computer interaction and interfaces along with its associated components.


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Intelligent and adaptive interfaces, human computer interaction, user acceptance, usability and satisfaction level.