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Clinical evaluation of wireless inductive tongue computer interface for control of computers and assistive devices

Lontis, Eugen R.; Lund, Morten E.; Christensen, Henrik Vie; Bentsen, Bo; Gaihede, Michael; Caltenco, Héctor LU and Andreasen Struijk, Lotte N.S. (2010) Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2010 In Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society p.3365-3368
Abstract
Typing performance of a full alphabet keyboard and a joystick type of mouse (with on-screen keyboard) provided by a wireless integrated tongue control system (TCS) has been investigated. The speed and accuracy have been measured in a form of a throughput defining the true correct words per minute [cwpm]. Training character sequences were typed in a dedicated interface that provided visual feedback of activated sensors, a map of the alphabet associated, and the task character. Testing sentences were typed in Word, with limited visual feedback, using non-predictive typing (map of characters in alphabetic order associated to sensors) and predictive typing (LetterWise) for TCS keyboard, and non-predictive typing for TCS mouse. Two subjects... (More)
Typing performance of a full alphabet keyboard and a joystick type of mouse (with on-screen keyboard) provided by a wireless integrated tongue control system (TCS) has been investigated. The speed and accuracy have been measured in a form of a throughput defining the true correct words per minute [cwpm]. Training character sequences were typed in a dedicated interface that provided visual feedback of activated sensors, a map of the alphabet associated, and the task character. Testing sentences were typed in Word, with limited visual feedback, using non-predictive typing (map of characters in alphabetic order associated to sensors) and predictive typing (LetterWise) for TCS keyboard, and non-predictive typing for TCS mouse. Two subjects participated for four and three consecutive days, respectively, two sessions per day. Maximal throughput of 2.94, 2.46, and 2.06, 1.68 [cwpm] were obtained with TCS keyboard by subject 1 and 2 with predictive and non-predictive typing respectively. Maximal throughput of 2.09 and 1.71 [cwpm] was obtained with TCS mouse by subject 1 and 2, respectively. Same experimental protocol has been planned for a larger number of subjects. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Typing performance of a full alphabet keyboard and a joystick type of mouse (with on-screen keyboard) provided by a wireless integrated tongue control system (TCS) has been investigated. The speed and accuracy have been measured in a form of a throughput defining the true correct words per minute [cwpm]. Training character sequences were typed in a dedicated interface that provided visual feedback of activated sensors, a map of the alphabet associated, and the task character. Testing sentences were typed in Word, with limited visual feedback, using non-predictive typing (map of characters in alphabetic order associated to sensors) and predictive typing (LetterWise) for TCS keyboard, and non-predictive typing for TCS mouse. Two subjects participated for four and three consecutive days, respectively, two sessions per day. Maximal throughput of 2.94, 2.46, and 2.06, 1.68 [cwpm] were obtained with TCS keyboard by subject 1 and 2 with predictive and non-predictive typing respectively. Maximal throughput of 2.09 and 1.71 [cwpm] was obtained with TCS mouse by subject 1 and 2, respectively. Same experimental protocol has been planned for a larger number of subjects.},
  author       = {Lontis, Eugen R. and Lund, Morten E. and Christensen, Henrik Vie and Bentsen, Bo and Gaihede, Michael and Caltenco, Héctor and Andreasen Struijk, Lotte N.S.},
  booktitle    = {Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  isbn         = {978-1-4244-4123-5},
  issn         = {1557-170X},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {3365--3368},
  publisher    = {IEEE--Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.},
  title        = {Clinical evaluation of wireless inductive tongue computer interface for control of computers and assistive devices},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/IEMBS.2010.5627924},
  year         = {2010},
}