Web Survey Bibliography
Title Speech Data Entry: Results of a Test of Voice Recognition for Survey Data Collection
Author Clayton, R. L., Winter, D. L. S.
Source Journal of Official Statistics, 8, 3, pp. 377-388
Access date 12.08.2004
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Abstract The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has conducted tests of microcomputer-based voice recognition technology as an alternative to traditional mail and telephone data collection methods. Results of current research are provided covering performance measures, respondent reaction to Voice Recognition and Touchtone automated self-response methods, data quality measures, collection cost implications, hardware and software requirements, and current limitations of technology. Future developments in voice recognition technology are also discussed. The results indicate that survey designers should reevaluate traditional collection methods.
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Web Survey Bibliography - Touch technology (20)
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- Online- and Touchscreensurveys: on Some Similarities of Computer-based Forms of Data Collection; 2002; Weichbold, M., Griessner, E. M.
- New Ways of Survey Data Collection: Touchscreens; 2002; Weichbold, M.
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- Speech Data Entry: Results of a Test of Voice Recognition for Survey Data Collection; 1992; Clayton, R. L., Winter, D. L. S.