Voice Interactive Computers for Attitudinal Interviewing

  • Stuart Gitlow
  • David R. Gastfriend
Part of the Computers and Medicine book series (C+M)

Abstract

Computers released prior to the mid-1980s had a variety of interfaces; each application’s programmer would determine and write an interface that was believed to be the “best.” The end user would then be challenged by a continually changing face of computing in which each application had a different command set, appearance, and response methodology. In this early context, applications each had their own command set to be memorized by the operator.

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  • Stuart Gitlow
  • David R. Gastfriend

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