SUITEKeys Speech Interface
SUITEKeys is a continuous speech understanding system for motor-impaired users. It is an application from a multi-year project in natural language processing and speech recognition.
SUITEKeys was funded by the Louisiana Board of Regents (#LEQSF-1997-00-RD-A-31).
The following describe earlier theory, system development and assessment.
- D. Lyle and B. Manaris, "SUITEDasher – A Multilingual Keyboard and Mouse Interface for Motor-Impaired Users," Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI 2005), Las Vegas, NV, CD-ROM, Jul. 2005.
- B. Manaris, V. MacGyvers, and M. Lagoudakis, "A Listening Keyboard for Users with Motor Impairments—A Usability Study," International Journal of Speech Technology 5(4), pp. 371-388, Dec. 2002.
- B. Manaris, R. McCauley, and V. MacGyvers, "An Intelligent Interface for Keyboard and Mouse Control—Providing Full Access to PC Functionality via Speech," Proceedings of 14th International Florida AI Research Symposium (FLAIRS '01), Key West, FL, pp. 182-188, May 2001.
- B. Manaris, V. MacGyvers, and M. Lagoudakis, "Speech Input for Mobile Computing Devices," Proceedings of 12th International Florida AI Research Symposium (FLAIRS '99), Orlando, FL, pp. 286-292, May 1999.
- B. Manaris, "Natural Language Processing: A Human-Computer Interaction Perspective," In Advances in Computers (Marvin V. Zelkowitz, ed.), vol. 47, pp. 1-66, Academic Press, New York, 1998.
- B. Manaris and A. Harkreader, "SUITEKeys: A Speech Understanding Interface for the Motor-Control Challenged," Proceedings of The Third International ACM Conference on Assistive Technologies (ASSETS ’98), Marina del Ray, pp. 108-115, Apr. 1998.
- B. Manaris and W. Dominick, "NALIGE: A User Interface Management System for the Development of Natural Language Interfaces," International Journal of Man–Machine Studies 38(6), pp. 891-921, Jun. 1993.
- G. Rambally and B. Manaris, "A Natural Language Interface for the VAX/VMS Operating System," Proceedings of IEEE Southeastcon Conference, Tampa, FL, pp. 511-515, Apr. 1987.
SUITEKeys provides complete access to a computer through speech interaction with the keyboard and mouse.
Version 1.0 runs only on MS Windows XP. It is available for download here.
The following contributed to system development: David Lyle, Rao Adavikolanu, Huong Do, Corey Gaudin, Garrick Hall, Alan Harkreader, Billy Jacobs, Jonathan Laughery, Eric Li, Adi Sakala, and Bill Manaris.