Effective Presentation Speech Support System for Representing Emphasis-Intention
AbstractA research presentation integrates slides and speech. If these two aspects do not represent the same intention, the presentation will probably fail to effectively explain the presenter’s intention. This paper focuses on the representation of the critical contents in a presentation. In an effective speech, the speaker adds more intonation and stress to emphasize the importance of the slide contents. Audiences recognize that important contents are those that are explained in a stronger voice or that are said after a short pause. However, in ineffective speeches, such voice effects do not always correspond to the important contents that are indicated by slides. On slides, the important contents are represented by levels of text indentation and size, color, and animation. This research develops a presentation speech support system that estimates important contents from slides and voices that might be recognized by audiences and extracts numerical differences. In addition, the system provides comments and feedback to improve speeches. View Full-Text
Share & Cite This Article
Kojiri, T.; Kaji, T. Effective Presentation Speech Support System for Representing Emphasis-Intention. Systems 2016, 4, 1.
Kojiri T, Kaji T. Effective Presentation Speech Support System for Representing Emphasis-Intention. Systems. 2016; 4(1):1.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kojiri, Tomoko; Kaji, Takaya. 2016. "Effective Presentation Speech Support System for Representing Emphasis-Intention." Systems 4, no. 1: 1.
Note that from the first issue of 2016, MDPI journals use article numbers instead of page numbers. See further details here.