Synthesis of Multi-service Infocommunication Systems with Multimodal Interfaces
In the paper, the necessity of creating infocommunication systems of state government providing all the subscribers’ communication interaction aspects (communicational (information exchange), interactive (actions exchange) and perceptive ones (during communication partners get acquainted with each other) is proved. The realization prospects of these systems based on the multimodal man-computer interfaces are also shown. The key research and methodology problems of their synthesis are formulated. For their solution based on the suggested approach to effectiveness evaluation, a polymodal infocommunication systems decomposition into multimodal interfaces and data networking has been carried out. A method allowing to synthesize infocommunication systems based on the multimodal man-computer interfaces with required features of sustainability, running speed, efficiency and costs has been suggested and gradually outlined which is proved when bringing into practice new “perceptive” services.
KeywordsMultimodal interface Polymodal infocommunication system Data networking Information-algorithmic structure System solution Hardware-software means Features optimization
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