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Multimodal Interactive Pattern Recognition and Applications. Springer. 2011. Alejandro H. Toselli, Enrique Vidal, Francisco Casacuberta (Editors). 1st Edition.

Many real-world applications of pattern recognition (PR) systems require human post-processing to correct the errors committed by machines. This can create bottlenecks in recognition systems, yielding high operational costs. This important text/reference proposes a radically different approach to this problem, in which users of a system are involved during the recognition process. This can help to avoid later errors and reduce the costs associated with post-processing. The book also examines a range of advanced multimodal interactions between the machine and the users, including handwriting, speech and gestures.