Number of co-authors:10
Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:Jean-Marie Cellier:3Gérard Poulain:2Virginie Amiel:2
Patrice Terrier's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:Jean-Francois Roue..:9Éric Jamet:9Gérard Poulain:4
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Publications by Patrice Terrier (bibliography)
Bigot, Ludovic Le, Terrier, Patrice, Amiel, Virginie, Poulain, Gérard, Jamet, Éric and Rouet, Jean-Francois (2007): Effect of modality on collaboration with a dialogue system. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 65 (12) pp. 983-991.
The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of modality on collaboration processes between human and computer. Spoken and written interactions with a natural language dialogue system were compared using two real information-retrieval systems. In order to look for a restaurant (Experiment 1) or plan a trip (Experiment 2), participants performed several task-oriented dialogue scenarios. Although the spoken interaction mode was less efficient, it promoted collaboration, the use of personal pronouns and the literal form of the system's command utterances. Overall, in the written mode, the emphasis was on the task and its performance, rather than on dialogue. These findings are discussed with respect to the effect of communication mode on collaboration in human-computer dialogue.
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Alonso, Roland, Parise, Robert, Terrier, Patrice and Cellier, Jean-Marie (2007): Pointing movements visually controlled through a video display: a new device for air traffic control?. In: Brinkman, Willem-Paul, Ham, Dong-Han and Wong, B. L. William (eds.) ECCE 2007 - Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics August 28-31, 2007, London, UK. pp. 309-310.
Etcheverry, Isabelle, Terrier, Patrice and Marquie, Jean Claude (2007): Examining task demands in web interaction and age differences through episodic memory. In: Brinkman, Willem-Paul, Ham, Dong-Han and Wong, B. L. William (eds.) ECCE 2007 - Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics August 28-31, 2007, London, UK. pp. 305-306.
Amiel, Virginie, Terrier, Patrice, Poulain, Gérard and Cellier, Jean-Marie (2002): Construction et évolution des représentations mentales lors des premières utilisations d' un service de dialogue en langage naturel. In: Proceedings of the 2002 Conference of the Association Francophone dInteraction Homme-Machine 2002. pp. 49-56.
This research is based on the study of the cognitive processes implemented during the first use of a new information search service in natural language. Our goal is to bring together elements on the development and the evolution of user's mental representation. The mental representations shown by users were isolated following on one hand the analysis of verbal productions, collected during four interaction tasks with a dialog service, and on the other hand a questionnaire about goals and subgoals, possible actions and system capacities. This study is aligned with the work of a research laboratory from France Telecom R&D. The service used is a provider prototype using a simple telephone interaction with flexible language. Our results show that the initial representation build by the user depends on his computer knowledge. Thereafter, the user representation evolved during the successive interactions thanks to the increasing of his declarative knowledge and his procedural abilities. The adjustment of the representation is done for every user, however it is more or less efficient according to the relevance of the analogy chosen.
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Terrier, Patrice and Cellier, Jean-Marie (1999): Depth of Processing and Design-Assessment of Ecological Interfaces: Task Analysis. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 50 (4) pp. 287-307.
Despite the cognitive vocation of a number of studies on the comparison of interfaces in sensitive industrial sectors such as the nuclear sector, and in spite of the presentation of new frameworks for both task analysis and reducing the mental load, one vital question remains: how does psychology enter into these studies? Very often the principle of depth of processing is the basis for interface design-assessment approaches in operating situations like those of nuclear reactors. This then justifies the use of a methodology based on recall. After presenting how this principle, which stems from the memory field, is the basis for the different interface designs recently proposed in the literature and the validation approach associated to these technical propositions, we present a pressurized water reactor operating situation that demonstrates the same willingness to act on reasoning through information displays. For powering up conditions, we show how integration of different representational levels has been achieved, and provide evidence for a Physical vs. a Physical and Functional display. All these features indirectly show that recent proposals on ecological interface design have some validity for real work situations, provided a context is selected. Finally, from this analysis, we define, by considering success as the limits of past experience, the conditions under which a recall technique can be used to demonstrate the efficiency of these new tools.
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