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MMIL

In the Man-Machine Interface Laboratory (MMIL) Abacus is investigating advanced man-machine interfaces and robotics.  Topics of special interest include integrated hardware and software systems involving (a) voice direction for users of computerized processes, (b) voice input and output, (c) natural language inputs and commands, (d) interactive graphics, (e) integrated expert systems, and (f) sensor control.  We are particularly concerned with experiments dealing with improvements to user-friendliness.

The laboratory staff monitors technological developments in the above fields and develops prototype systems with the objective of transferring the technology to other Abacus projects such as the Natural Language Processing Project (NATLAN).



Instructing Robots to Square Dance
Abacus is investigating advanced man-machine interfaces and robotics.
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  1. AIBUS
  2. AICIM
  3. AICOURSE
  4. AIELEC
  5. AITOOLS
  6. ALSES
  7. ESI
  8. ESSGRAPH
  9. ETSS
10. EXAUDIT
11. EXCABL
12. EXDATA
13. EXDCP
14. EXDIAG
15. EXFAULT
16. EXIMU
17. EXMIS
18. EXMISSION
19. EXPANEL
20. EXPDL
21. EXRMS
22. EXTRAJ
23. EXWATCH
24. FICX
25. GDISPO
26. ISMAX
27. METAPACK
28. MMIL
29. NATLAN
30. PIRCS
31. POWERPACKS
32. RBENCH
33. REXPERT
34. SAUDIT
35. SBENCH
36. SCOTTY
37. SHELLTRADE
38. SQUAL
39. SSAI
40. TWELF
41. USER
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