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JCDL
2010
ACM
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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
ASSETS
2007
ACM
10 years 3 months ago
Adoption and configuration of assistive technologies: a semiotic engineering perspective
This paper discusses semiotic engineering (a design methodology) and its potential for addressing issues concerning the adoption and configuration of assistive technologies. Categ...
Katherine Deibel
ASSETS
2006
ACM
10 years 5 months ago
A Cisco education tool accessible to the vision impaired
This paper describes iNetSim, a universally accessible network simulator, created to allow vision-impaired and sighted users to complete Cisco Certified Network Associate level tw...
J. Hope, Brian R. von Konsky, I. Murray, L. C. Che...
IWANN
2007
Springer
10 years 5 months ago
Intelligent Healthcare Managing: An Assistive Technology Approach
This paper is about the key role of Personalization through Ambient Intelligence in the development of Assistive Technologies for the elders. Ambient Intelligence implies three rel...
Ulises Cortés, Cristina Urdiales, Roberta A...
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
CHI
2007
ACM
11 years 1 days ago
An adaptive & adaptable approach to enhance web graphics accessibility for visually impaired people
To date, efforts have been made to enable visually impaired people to gain access to graphics on the Internet. However, these studies only offer a solution for a specific type of ...
Chui Chui Tan, Wai Yu, Graham McAllister
CHI
2008
ACM
11 years 1 days ago
Collaborating to remember: a distributed cognition account of families coping with memory impairments
Individuals with cognitive deficits and their families are prime examples of collaborative "systems" that seek to perform everyday tasks together. Yet there has been lit...
Mike Wu, Jeremy P. Birnholtz, Brian Richards, Rona...
CHI
2009
ACM
11 years 6 days ago
An fNIR based BMI for letter construction using continuous control
A long term goal of assistive technology research is to build creative expression applications where subjects can extemporaneously express themselves. Sketch drawing is one form o...
Rudolph L. Mappus IV, Girish R. Venkatesh, Chetna ...
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