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Peer Shajahan

Peer Shajahan

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Advisor: Pourang Irani

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MSc Thesis: Supporting navigation in auditory interfaces using personalization and multiple synthetic voices

Publications

VoiceMarks: restructuring hierarchical voice menus for improving navigation

Pourang Irani, Peer Shajahan and Christel Kemke. 2006. VoiceMarks: restructuring hierarchical voice menus for improving navigation. International Journal of Speech Technology, 9(3--4), 75-94.

Human perception of structure in shaded space-filling visualizations

Pourang Irani, Dean Slonowsky and Peer Shajahan. 2006. Human perception of structure in shaded space-filling visualizations. International Journal for Information Visualization, 5(1), 47-61.

Manipulating Synthetic Voice Parameters for Navigation in Hierarchical Structures

Peer Shajahan and Pourang Irani. 2005. Manipulating Synthetic Voice Parameters for Navigation in Hierarchical Structures. In Proceedings of the International Conference of Auditory Displays (ICAD '05), 49-54.

Supporting navigation in auditory interfaces using personalization and multiple synthetic voices

Peer Shajahan. 2005. Supporting navigation in auditory interfaces using personalization and multiple synthetic voices. Master's thesis, University of Manitoba.

The Effect of Shading in Extracting Structure from Space-Filling Visualizations

Pourang Irani, Dean Slonowsky and Peer Shajahan. 2004. The Effect of Shading in Extracting Structure from Space-Filling Visualizations. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Information Visualization (IV '04), 209-216.

Representing Hierarchies Using Multiple Synthetic Voices

Peer Shajahan and Pourang Irani. 2004. Representing Hierarchies Using Multiple Synthetic Voices. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Information Visualization (IV '04), 885-891.

Improving Navigation in Touch-Tone Interfaces

Peer Shajahan and Pourang Irani. 2003. Improving Navigation in Touch-Tone Interfaces. In Proceedings from Human Factors in Telecommunication (HFT '03), 8.