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JCDL
2010
ACM
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10 years 1 months ago
Interpretation of web page layouts by blind users
Digital libraries must support assistive technologies that allow people with disabilities such as blindness to use, navigate and understand their documents. Increasingly, many doc...
Luis Francisco-Revilla, Jeff Crow
HT
2009
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Interpreting the layout of web pages
Web pages such as news and shopping sites often use modular layouts. When used effectively this practice allows authors to present clearly large amounts of information in a single...
Luis Francisco-Revilla, Jeff Crow
MTA
2008
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9 years 11 months ago
Tactile web browsing for blind people
Information on the World Wide Web becomes more and more important for our society. For blind people this is a chance to access more information for their everyday life. In this pap...
Martin Rotard, Christiane Taras, Thomas Ertl
WWW
2007
ACM
11 years 16 days ago
Robust web page segmentation for mobile terminal using content-distances and page layout information
The demand of browsing information from general Web pages using a mobile phone is increasing. However, since the majority of Web pages on the Internet are optimized for browsing f...
Gen Hattori, Keiichiro Hoashi, Kazunori Matsumoto,...
AVI
2008
10 years 2 months ago
A haptic rendering engine of web pages for blind users
To overcome the shortcomings posed by audio rendering of web pages for blind users, this paper implements an interaction technique where web pages are parsed so as to automaticall...
Nikolaos Kaklanis, Juan Manuel González-Cal...
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