2.10 Human/Computer Interface. Understand the need to facilitate an effective dialogue between humans and machines. Explain the need to design systems which are appropriate to users at all levels and in different environments
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Command and Control – small vocabulary systems can be used for controlling devices or systems. They are usually better at recognising different voices as there are fewer words to differentiate – e.g. just Yes or No
Dictation systems – e.g. Office or ViaVoice, these are large vocabulary systems used to enter text. They require training for your voice, and tend to be less reliable and more resource hungry than voice control systems.