Using voice recognition equipment to run the Warfare Environmental Simulator (WES)
McSorley, William Joseph, III
Poock, Gary K.
Roland, Ellen F.
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A great deal of study has been conducted in the last ten years concerning the use of voice recognition equipment with computers. It was hoped that its use would reduce the required entry time and error rate, and improve the man- machine interface between the user and the computer. There are many potential applications for such voice recognition use in the military, and specifically in the area of Cornmand, Control and Communications (C3). War games are often used today to test the effectiveness of C3 technologies, and WES is one such war game. This paper will assess the feasibility of using voice recognition equipment to run WES by comparing the results of an experiment employing both voice and manual typing input modes. The results show that in this particular task typing does a somewhat better job than the buffered voice mode, while unbuffered voice has very poor results.
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