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Successful User Interfaces for RADAR

Andrew Faulring, Ken Mohnkern, Aaron Steinfeld and Brad A. Myers
Conference Paper, CHI 2008 Workshop on Usable Artificial Intelligence, January, 2008

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Abstract

We are designing, implementing, and testing the user interface for RADAR (Reflective Agents with Distributed Adaptive Reasoning), which is a large multi-agent system that uses learning to help office workers cope with email overload and to complete routine tasks more efficiently. RADAR provides a mixed-initiative user interface in which artificial intelligence helps users perform the tasks that arrive in email messages. A large-scale user test of RADAR demonstrated the effectiveness of its user interface and AI.

BibTeX Reference
@conference{Faulring-2008-17059,
title = {Successful User Interfaces for RADAR},
author = {Andrew Faulring and Ken Mohnkern and Aaron Steinfeld and Brad A. Myers},
booktitle = {CHI 2008 Workshop on Usable Artificial Intelligence},
keyword = {Task management, forms, form filling, anchors, intelligent user interfaces, agents, RADAR},
sponsor = {DARPA},
grantID = {NBCHD030010},
month = {January},
year = {2008},
}
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