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Development of Personal Assistant System with Human Computer Interaction
Yu Zhang, Yishen Hu, Panpan Zhang, Wenxie Zhang
Pages - 40 - 50     |    Revised - 10-07-2014     |    Published - 10-08-2014
Volume - 5   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - July / August 2014  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Personal Assistant System, Instant Messaging, Human Computer Interaction.
ABSTRACT
In recent years, some personal assistant systems have appeared in our daily life. They provided some services such as account management, curriculum management, diary management, financing management and so on. This study presents a design and implementation of a personal assistant system platform especially for students and employee to help to manage their learning, life and work better. One of the highlights of this system has an instant chatting system except for the above functions. This paper indicates not only some beneficial interactive functions but also presented detailed ideas of information system analysis, design, and test. It has a friendly interactive interface and a good manageable system, and experimental studies of these functions are proved to be reliable, efficient, and acceptable for users when applied to learning and working environments.
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Mr. Yu Zhang
Waseda University - Japan
zhangyu@ruri.waseda.jp
Mr. Yishen Hu
Waseda University - Japan
Mr. Panpan Zhang
Hubei Normal University - China
Mr. Wenxie Zhang
China Construction Engineering 3rd Bureau Beijing, 100070, China - China