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The introduction to the 1st International Conference on Computers for Han- cappedPersons(Vienna,1989)byAMinTjoa(UniversityofVienn... Weiterlesen
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The introduction to the 1st International Conference on Computers for Han- cappedPersons(Vienna,1989)byAMinTjoa(UniversityofVienna)andRoland Wagner(UniversityofLinz)?nishedwiththefollowingmissionstatementonthe "Future Direction on Computers for Handicapped Persons": "The di?erent themes show that a lot of problems are solved by the usage of computer technology for helping handicapped persons, for instance for the blind and visually handicapped. A consequence of the discussed themes there are two directions which should be done in the next years. One direction is obvious. The tools must be improved and research and development work should be extended to all groups of handicapped (even if they are numerically not so large as for instancetheblindorvisuallyhandicappedpersons). Ontheothersideinthearea of social implications there is an increasing demand on social science studies on overall computer use among disabled persons. Because sources are in principle missing today about disabled persons work tasks, research in this ?eld must begin by trying to survey this aspect. Particular attention should be paid to the extent and character of computer use among the handicapped in work life. There are a lot of questions, which should be answered during the next years for reaching the aim of rehabilitation. " Fifteen years later the 9th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs (Paris, 2004) o?ered a comprehensive and deepened view on general awareness,special research and individual applications conce- ing disabled people and their participation in our society.


We Are All Blind: Cognetics and the Designing of Interfaces for Accessibility.- We Are All Blind: Cognetics and the Designing of Interfaces for Accessibility.- From the Human Interface to the Humane Interface.- The Design Question of Development of Multimedia Educational Software for Aphasia Patients.- Multimedia Programs for Children with Hearing Difficulties.- Multimedia and Virtual Reality in the Rehabilitation of Autistic Children.- Mobile Phone Based User Interface Concept for Health Data Acquisition at Home.- Multi-parameter Data Acquisition on Interface Devices for the Development of Adaptive Input Systems.- Design for All: Awareness, Guidelines and Policy.- How Governments Can Use Technology to Promote Employment of People with Disabilities.- Influence of Accessibility Related Activities on the Usability of Business Software.- Data Entry in Application-Independent Voice Interfaces.- Designing User Interfaces Tailored to the Current User's Requirements in Real Time.- Evaluating Accessibility of Public Information Kiosks.- Design for All in IST - Co-operation in Europe.- European Co-operation Activities Promoting Design for All in Information Society Technologies.- A Special Design Approach for Special People.- Accessibility from Scratch: How an Open Focus Contributes to Inclusive Design.- Design for All: Experience-Based Strategies for User Involvement in IST Research Projects.- IDCnet: Inclusive Design Curriculum Network - First Results.- Personalization of Interactive Systems.- Personalization of Interactive Systems.- Learning from Internet Requirements of People with Communication Needs.- IPCA: Adaptive Interfaces Based upon Biofeedback Sensors.- Adaptation of Multimedia Browsing Techniques.- Adapting Presentation and Interaction with XML Documents to User Preferences.- e-Learning and Accessibility.- Living, Teaching and Learning at Any Time and at Any Place. e-Learning - Opportunities and Barriers for Visually Impaired Students.- Accessibility for e-Learning Environments.- ECDL-PD: International Co-operation to Keep the Syllabus and MQTB Open for Everybody.- Essential Competencies of Special Educator in Integrating Assistive Technology into the Curriculum.- Web Adaptation of Learning Objects for Special Access WALOSA.- Postgraduate Course on Accessible Web Design.- Cognitive Training with Animated Pedagogical Agents (TAPA) in Children with Learning Disabilities.- A Concept Map_Based Adaptive Tutoring System Supporting Learning Diagnosis for Students with Learning Disability.- Tutor Informatico: Increasing the Selfteaching in Down Syndrome People.- The Effect of Assistive Technology on Educational Costs: Two Case Studies.- Making Music Accessible.- Making Music Accessible.- The Design of Spoken Music Web Browser for Teaching Learning-Disabled Children: A Chevé System Approach to Music Notation.- DaCapo, a Project on Transforming Ink Printed to Braille Notes Semi-automatically.- Using SVG and a Force Feedback Mouse to Enable Blind People to Access "Graphical" Web Based Documents.- Modified Stave Notation - An Approach to Making Stave Notation More Accessible to Users Who Are Partially Sighted.- Accessible Games and Entertainment.- Entertaining Software for Young Persons with Disabilities.- The TiM Project: Overview of Results.- 3D Shooting Games, Multimodal Games, Sound Games and More Working Examples of the Future of Games for the Blind.- Choosing Methods for Prototype Testing of Inclusive Computer Games.- Accessible Tourism.- It's Time to Make eTourism Accessible.- Tourism Information Systems Promoting Barrier-Free Tourism for People with Disabilities.- AccesSights - A Multimodal Location-Aware Mobile Tourist Information System.- Accessibility and the Next Generation of Web Development Tools.- Accessibility and the Next Generation of Web Development Tools.- Preferences of People with Disabilities to Improve Information Presentation and Information Retrieval Inside Internet Services - Results of a User Study.- Web Accessibility through Adaptation.- imergo: Supporting Accessibility and Web Standards to Meet the Needs of the Industry via Process-Oriented Software Tools.- Evaluation Methodology and Quality Mark for Web Accessibility.- A Cost-Benefit Approach for Accessible Web Presence.- The Use of Current Content Management Systems for Accessibility.- Accessing Documents via Audio: An Extensible Transcoder for HTML to VoiceXML Conversion.- Listener-Controlled Dynamic Navigation of VoiceXML Documents.- Toward User-Centered, Scenario-Based Planning and Evaluation Tools.- Discovering Structure of Web Pages for Non-visual Navigation: Binding Text to Forms.- Elderly and Disabled People: Therapy and Care.- Virtual Reality Based Therapy Application for Developmental Disordered Children.- Real-Time Health-Monitoring Network for Disabled and Elderly People.- A Computer-Based Self-health Monitoring System for the Elderly Living in a Low Income Housing Environment.- Investigations to Develop a Fully Adjustable Intelligent Toilet for Supporting Old People and Persons with Disabilities - The Friendly Rest Room (FRR) Project.- Tele-surveillance System for Patient at Home: The MEDIVILLE System.- Classification of Infant Crying to Identify Pathologies in Recently Born Babies with ANFIS.- Improving Quality of Life and Well-Being for Children and the Elderly through Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy.- Multimodal Control Centre for Handicapped People.- Blind and Visually Impaired People: Orientation and Mobility.- proXimity: Ad-Hoc Networks for Enhanced Mobility.- A Context-Aware Locomotion Assistance Device for the Blind.- Navigator - A Talking GPS Receiver for the Blind.- Dynamic Lighting Sign System for Way-Finding by People with Low Vision.- Visual System to Help Blind People to Cross the Street.- CyARM - Interactive Device for Environment Recognition Using a Non-visual Modality.- Walking Support Using Compact Terminals with Infrared Audio Communication.- The Development of Virtual 3D Acoustic Environment for Training 'Perception of Crossability'.- Blind People: Braille Interfaces.- Six-In - Braille Input from a QWERTY Keyboard.- A Pair of Wireless Braille-Based Chording Gloves.- OBOE: Oboe-Like Braille Interface for Outdoor Environment.- Java-Powered Braille Slate Talker.- Blind and Visually Impaired People: Access to Documents and Information.- Towards an Integrated Publishing Chain for Accessible Multimodal Documents.- Presenting UML Software Engineering Diagrams to Blind People.- Linear Searching in a Non-linear Environment: The Information Seeking Behaviour of Visually Impaired People on the World Wide Web.- Text Comprehension by Blind People Using Speech Synthesis Systems.- Access to Information at Your Own Choice by the Aid of Digital Talking Books.- Talking Linux for the Blind - A CD Distribution with Speech.- Accessing Web Based Documents through a Tree Structural Interface.- Multimedia Medicine Consultant for Visually Impaired People.- Blind and Visually Impaired People: Education and Training.- Computer for Persons with Visually Impairment: A Door to Education, Information and Employment.- Usability of Educational Software for Visual Impairment: A Question of Viewpoint.- Use of Bar Code and RFID for the Visually Impaired in Educational Environment.- Virtual Disability: Simulations as an Aid to Lecturers' Understanding of Disability.- Multimedia Software Training Tool (MSTT) for Persons with Visual and Mobile Impairments in Four Languages.- Designing New Technology Based Services to Support Visually Impaired Computer Workers (VICWs).- Design and Use of Pseudo-electronic Whiteboard for Low-Vision Education.- Blind People: Access to Mathematics.- Mathematics for Blind People.- The Architecture of a Comprehensive Equation Browser for the Print Impaired.- Translating between Formats for Mathematics: Current Approach and an Agenda for Future Developments.- Utilizing Scalable Vector Graphics in the Instruction of Mathematics to the Print Impaired Student.- Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading: Application to the Development of the Math Genie.- Automatic Conversions of Mathematical Braille: A Survey of Main Difficulties in Different Languages.- Multi-modal Mathematics: Conveying Math Using Synthetic Speech and Speech Recognition.- An Integrated OCR Software for Mathematical Documents and Its Output with Accessibility.- Mathematical Working Environment for the Blind Motivation and Basic Ideas.- Towards a Universal Maths Conversion Library.- math2braille: Opening Access to Mathematics.- Enhancing the Accessibility of Mathematics for Blind People: The AudioMath Project.- Handwriting Input System of Graphs for Barrier-Free Mathematical Communications.- Blind People: Access to Graphics and Haptic Interfaces.- Three Dimensionally Perceived Planar Tactile Illusion Device and Method.- Touching Geometry for Blind Pupils.- An Indicating, Leading Manipulator as a Good Hand at Teaching Strokes: A Mental-Image-Creation Support System.- The Bigger Picture: Automated Production Tools for Tactile Graphics.- Two Dimension Interactive Voice Browser for the Visually Impaired.- Exploring Scalable Vector Graphics for Visually Impaired Users.- Communication System for the Blind Using Tactile Displays and Ultrasonic Pens - MIMIZU.- Directly Accessible Mainstream Graphical Information.- Simple Pattern Creation Using a Pen Input Guide and Sound Localization for the Visually Impaired.- An Approach for Direct Manipulation by Tactile Modality for Blind Computer Users: Principle and Practice of Detecting Information Generated by Touch Action.- Mobility Impaired People: HCI.- Remote Eye Gaze Tracking System as a Computer Interface for Persons with Severe Motor Disability.- Controlling a PC by Eye Movements: The MEMREC Project.- HeadControl+: A Multi-modal Input Device.- Accessibility through Standard Low Cost Pointing Devices.- Optimisation of the Selection Set Features for Scanning Text Input.- FastScanner: An Accessibility Tool for Motor Impaired Users.- A Real-Time Voice Controlled Human Computer Interface to Help Persons with Motor Disability.- First User Test Results with the Predictive Typing System FASTY.- Mobility Impaired People: Rehabilitaiton and Health Care.- Movement Variability and Speed of Performance Using a Head-Operated Device and Expanded Membrane Cursor Keys.- An Examination about Walking Posture on Gait Training System for Computer-Aided Rehabilitation.- Optimizing Menu Selection Process for Single-Switch Manipulation.- Designing an Evaluation Method for Computer Accessibility for People with Severe Disabilities.- Computerized Assessment Tool for Mouse Operating Proficiency.- Applications of Computer Access Approach to Persons with Quadriplegics.- Computer Access for Persons with Spinal Cord Injury.- An Assessment into Touch Screen Input Devices for Cervical Spinal Injured Computer Users.- Home-Use Upper Limb Rehabilitation Device for Cervical Spinal Cord Injured Patients.- Smart Environments for All.- Smart Environments for All.- The Assistive Home - More than Just Another Approach to Independent Living?.- Technology Usage for Dependant People: Towards the Right Balance between User Needs and Technology.- Coupling Context Awareness and Multimodality in Smart Homes Concept.- On the Design of Ambient Intelligent Systems in the Context of Assistive Technologies.- PACS: Communication and Environment Control System for Disabled.- Performance Analysis of User Interface for the Disabled in Real-Time Ubiquitous Information Network.- The HM2PH Project: A Database to Help Prescription of Assistive Technologies.- Networking and Communication in Smart Home for People with Disabilities.- SmartX - Enabling Traditional Environmental Control to Use Standard HCI.- Indoors Pervasive Computing and Outdoors Mobile Computing for Cognitive Assistance and Telemonitoring.- People with Cognitive, Speech and Learning Impairment: Autism.- Computer Use for People with Learning Difficulties: Basic Needs.- Using 'Ambient Intelligence' for Compensating Intellectual Difficulties of People with Severe Learning Difficulties and/or Autistic Spectrum Disorders.- Assessing B.A.Bar Device as a Tool for Supporting Labour Integration of a Severely Affected Person with Autism Who Carries Out Classifying Tasks.- People with Cognitive, Speech and Learning Impairment: Software Accessibility.- An Adaptive and Predictive Environment to Support Augmentative and Alternative Communication.- Intelligent Model for Rating Cognitive Capability for Computer Access of People with Disabilities.- Automatic Modification of Text for People with Learning Disabilities Using Internet Services.- Soft Keyboard for the Disabled.- A Talking Word Processor and Web Browser.- Sibyl: AAC System Using NLP Techniques.- People with Cognitive, Speech and Learning Impairment: Education and Training.- Mobile Devices Converted into a Speaking Communication Aid.- SOCRATES: Barrier Free Communities of Aphasics on the Internet.- Evaluations of an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Training Programme for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities.- Effect of Dynamic Features on Diagnostic Testing for Dyspraxia.- Feature Selection Optimisation in an Automated Diagnostic Cancellation Task.- Minus-Two: Multimedia, Sound Spatialization and 3D Representation for Cognitively Impaired Children.- Neuropsychological Function for Accessibility of Computer Program for People with Mental Retardation.- Deaf People: Sign Language and Digital Media.- Accessible Digital Media and Sign Language.- Integration of Signage Information into the Web Environment.- Progress in Automated Computer Recognition of Sign Language.- Creating Sign Language Web Pages.- Sign Language Communication Support at the Class for Hearing Impaired Using a Control Camera.- CD-ROM on Austrian Sign Language: Course OEGS 1, Lesson 1-6.- Developing an e-Learning Platform for the Greek Sign Language.- Design of Computer Animation of Japanese Sign Language for Hearing-Impaired People in Stomach X-Ray Inspection.- Basic Study of a Communication Device for the Deaf-Blind Using a Finger and a Palm - Measurement of Finger Speed and Pressure.- A Tactile Display System in the Use of a PC for Individuals Who Are Deaf-Blind.- Deaf and Hearing Impaired People: ICT and AT.- Approaches to Using a Wireless Mobile Terminal to Help Severely Hearing Impaired People.- A Preparatory Study for Designing Web-Based Educational Materials for the Hearing-Impaired.- FLIPPS: Fingertip Stimulation for Improved Speechreading.- A New Mobile Text Telephony System Based on GPRS Communications.- Head Mounted Display as a Information Guarantee Device for Hearing Impaired Students.- Facial and Head Movements of a Sign Interpreter and Their Application to Japanese Sign Animation.- SYNFACE - A Talking Head Telephone for the Hearing-Impaired.


Titel: Computers Helping People with Special Needs
Untertitel: 9th International Conference, ICCHP 2004, Paris, France, July 7-9, 2004, Proceedings
EAN: 9783540278177
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Soziologie
Veröffentlichung: 05.04.2011
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Dateigrösse: 23.09 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 1195

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