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Welcome to the proceedings of ICCHP 2008. We were proud to welcome participants from more than 40 countries from all con- nents to ICCHP. The International Programme Committee, encompassing 102 experts form all over the world, selected 150 full and 40 short papers out of 360 abstracts submitted to ICCHP. Our acceptance rate of about half of the submissions, demonstrates the scientific quality of the programme and in particular the proceedings you have in your hands. An impressive group of experts agreed to organize "Special Thematic Sessions" (STS) for ICCHP 2008. The existence of these STS sessions helped to bring the me- ing into sharper focus in several key areas of assistive technology. In turn, this deeper level of focus helped to bring together the state-of-the-art and mainstream technical, social, cultural and political developments. Our keynote speaker, Jim Fruchterman from BeneTech, USA highlighted the - portance of giving access to ICT and AT at a global level. In another keynote by H- old Thimbleby, Swansea University, UK, the role of user-centred design and usability engineering in assistive technology and accessibility was addressed. And finally, a combination keynote and panel discussion was reserved for WAI/WCAG2.0, which we expect to be the new reference point for Web accessibility from the summer of 2008 and beyond.


Keynote.- Understanding User Centred Design (UCD) for People with Special Needs.- Human-Computer Interaction and Usability for Elderly (HCI4AGING).- to the Special Thematic Session: Human-Computer Interaction and Usability for Elderly (HCI4AGING).- An Investigation on Acceptance of Ubiquitous Devices for the Elderly in a Geriatric Hospital Environment: Using the Example of Person Tracking.- Adaptive Interfaces for Supportive Ambient Intelligence Environments.- Natural Interaction between Avatars and Persons with Alzheimer's Disease.- Exploring the Role of Time and Errors in Real-Life Usability for Older People and ICT.- An Acoustic Framework for Detecting Fatigue in Speech Based Human-Computer-Interaction.- Visual and Auditory Interfaces of Advanced Driver Assistant Systems for Older Drivers.- Eye Tracking Impact on Quality-of-Life of ALS Patients.- Participative Approaches for "Technology and Autonomous Living".- From Cultural to Individual Adaptive End-User Interfaces: Helping People with Special Needs.- Effects of Icon Concreteness and Complexity on Semantic Transparency: Younger vs. Older Users.- Investigating Usability Metrics for the Design and Development of Applications for the Elderly.- Design for All: From Idea to Practice.- Design for All - from Idea to Practise.- User Modelling in Ambient Intelligence for Elderly and Disabled People.- Design for All in the Ambient Intelligence Environment.- Creating Innovative Partnerships with Users in Developing Assistive Technology.- Public Signs Sight Assessment for Low Vision through Eye Tracking.- Visual Tools for Accessible Computer Supported Collaboration.- Supporting Industry in the Development of Design for All Curriculum.- European Developments in the Design and Implementation of Training for eInclusion.- (Users Need Standards)2 - Users Need Standards Need Users.- Users with Disabilities and Standards.- AT and DfA Standardisation: What Is Currently Going on?.- Using Public Procurement to Ensure That Accessible ICT Products and Services Are Available for All European Citizens (ETSI HF STF 333).- Accessibility: Education for Web Design and eLearning.- Accessibility: Education for Web Design and E-Learning Introduction to the Special Thematic Session.- Joint Study Programme on Accessible Web Design.- Design of a 10 Credit Masters Level Assistive Technologies and Universal Design Module.- Experiential Coe-Tutoring: A Report on Taiwan's OpenStudy Project That Seeks Innovative Accessible E-Learning Methodologies.- Using a Computer Aided Test to Raise Awareness of Disability Issues amongst University Teaching Staff.- The Impact of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) on Diverse Students and Teachers at Second Level.- Round Peg, Square Hole: Supporting Via the Web Staff and Learners Who Do Not Fit into Traditional Learner-Teacher-Institution Scenarios.- Distance Learning of Graphically Intensive Material for Visually Impaired Students.- M-Learning Accessibility Design: A Case Study.- ACP - Accessible Content Processing.- Accessible Content Processing Introduction to the Special Thematic Session.- Automated Drug Information System for Aged and Visually Impaired Persons.- A Semi-automatic Support to Adapt E-Documents in an Accessible and Usable Format for Vision Impaired Users.- Accessibility for Blind Users: An Innovative Framework.- User Testing: How to Involve Users in Technical Web Development Cycles as a Natural Evolution in the Creation of Inclusive Technologies and Accessible Content.- Accessibility Standards Are Not Always Enough: The Development of the Accessibility Passport.- DAISY - Universally Designed? Prototyping an Approach to Measuring Universal Design.- A System for Dynamic Adaptation of Web Interfaces Based on User Interaction Requirements.- Modern Digital Libraries, the Case of the Audio-Book Boom.- Xerte - A User-Friendly Tool for Creating Accessible Learning Objects.- GATE to Accessibility of Computer Graphics.- CONTRAPUNCTUS Project: A New Computer Solution for Braille Music Fruition.- BMML: A Mark-Up Language for Braille Music.- Automated Book Reader Design for Persons with Blindness.- Making Conference CDs Accessible: A Practical Example.- Web Accessibility - Automatic/Manual Evaluation and Authoring Tools.- Web Accessibility - Automatic/Manual Evaluation and Authoring Tools.- A Software Solution for Accessible E-Government Portals.- A Development Toolkit for Unified Web-Based User Interfaces.- Automatic Creation of User Profiles for Achieving Personal Web Accessibility.- Accessible Flash Is No Oxymoron: A Case Study in E-Learning for Blind and Sighted Users.- Building Accessible Flash Applications: An XML-Based Toolkit.- Accessible Graphics in Web Applications: Dynamic Generation, Analysis and Verification.- Analysing the 2D, 3D and Web User Interface Navigation Structures of Normal Users and Users with Mild Intellectual Disabilities.- The Unified Web Evaluation Methodology (UWEM) 1.2 for WCAG 1.0.- The BenToWeb Test Case Suites for the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.- Monitoring Accessibility of Governmental Web Sites in Europe.- Web Accessibility - Quality Control and Best Practice.- Proposal for a Structure Mark-Up Supporting Accessibility for the Next Generation (X)HTML-Standards.- Improving Web Form Accessibility Using Semantic XForms for People with Cognitive Impairments.- Improving the Accessibility of Wikis.- Requirements of Users with Disabilities for E-government Services in Greece.- Tools for Deaf Accessibility to an eGOV Environment.- Using Web Content Management Systems for Accessibility: The Experience of a Research Institute Portal.- Accessible Online Shops for the Older Generation and People with Disabilities.- WebGen System - Visually Impaired Users Create Web Pages.- An Accessible Media Player as a User Agent for the Web.- Usability and Accessibility on the Internet: Effects of Accessible Web Design on Usability.- Exploratory Case Study Research on Web Accessibility.- Web Accessible and Mobile: The Relationship between Mobile Web Best Practices and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.- People with Disabilities: Software Accessibility.- Making Business Software Usable for Handicapped Employees.- Quality Processes and Milestones for the Development and Monitoring of Business Software in the Area of Accessibility.- Accessibility of Educational Software: From Evaluation to Design Guidelines.- How Can Java Be Made Blind-Friendly.- Requirements for a Method of Software Accessibility Conformity Assessment.- Entertainment Software Accessibility.- Towards Generalised Accessibility of Computer Games Introduction to the Special Thematic Session.- Profiling Robot-Mediated Play for Children with Disabilities through ICF-CY: The Example of the European Project IROMEC.- MP3 Players and Audio Games: An Alternative to Portable Video Games Console for Visually Impaired Players.- Non-visual Gameplay: Making Board Games Easy and Fun.- An Accessible Viewer for Digital Comic Books.- Flexible and Simple User Interfaces in Entertaining Software.- A Computer Game Designed for All.- Artificial Ants and Dynamical Adaptation of Accessible Games Level.- Accessibility Issues in Game-Like Interfaces.- Hearing Impaired, Deaf and DeafBlind People: HCI and Communication.- Human Computer Interaction and Communication Aids for Hearing-Impaired, Deaf and Deaf-Blind People: Introduction to the Special Thematic Session.- EnACT: A Software Tool for Creating Animated Text Captions.- Captioning Multiple Speakers Using Speech Recognition to Assist Disabled People.- Extracting Pointing Object with Demonstrative Speech Phrase for Remote Transcription in Lecture.- A Study on Demonstrative Words Extraction in Instructor Utterance on Communication Support for Hearing Impaired Persons.- Development of a Web Type DVD Viewer Synchronized with Multilingual Captions for Existing DVDs.- Support Technique for Real-Time Captionist to Use Speech Recognition Software.- New Real-Time Closed-Captioning System for Japanese Broadcast News Programs.- eRehabilitation: A Portal Framework for Aural Rehabilitation.- Multimedia Interfaces for BSL Using Lip Readers.- A System to Make Signs Using Collaborative Approach.- Application System of the Universal Sign Code - Development of the Portable Sign Presenter -.- Body-Braille System for Disabled People.- Dialog Support for Deafblind Persons by Conveying Backchannels through Vibration.- People with Specific Learning Dificulties - Easy to Read and HCI.- People with Specific Learning Difficulties: Easy to Read and HCI.- Using Expert System to Assist Mouse Proficiency Assessment.- Naming Game - An Automated Tool for Analyzing and Practicing Rapid Serial Naming on Dyslexic Persons.- Cognitive Abilities of Functionally Illiterate Persons Relevant to ICT Use.- User-Centered Design with Illiterate Persons: The Case of the ATM User Interface.- Analysis and Adaptation of Workplaces for People with Cognitive Disabilities Using Software Tools.- Tutor Project: An Intelligent Tutoring System to Improve Cognitive Disabled People Integration.- Adaptive Spell Checker for Dyslexic Writers.- Dyslexia: Study of Compensatory Software Which Aids the Mathematical Learning Process of Dyslexic Students at Secondary School and University.- The Effectiveness of TriAccess Reading System on Comprehending Nature Science Text for Students with Learning Disabilities.- Usable and Accessible Plain Language (Easy-to-Read) Network Service.- The Design of Talking Music Web Browser for Teaching Learning-Disabled Children: A Scaffolding Strategy to Aural Skills.- Information Center on Accessible Information.- Blind and Visually Impaired People: Human-Computer Interaction and Access to Graphics.- Blind and Visually Impaired People: Human-Computer Interaction and Access to Graphics.- Making the I-Maestro Music Learning Framework Accessible.- Voice Browser for Groupware Systems: VoBG - A Simple Groupware Client for Visually Impaired Students.- Making ProTools Accessible for Visually Impaired.- User-Interface Modelling for Blind Users.- Towards an Open Source Screen Reader: Screenreader Usability Extensions (SUE).- ZoomLinux: A Research Result Providing a Tangible Response to the Needs of Low Vision Students.- An Analysis of Human-to-Human Dialogs and Its Application to Assist Visually-Impaired People.- Learning Support System Based on Note-Taking Method for People with Acquired Visual Disabilities.- Dot Detection of Optical Braille Images for Braille Cells Recognition.- Developing Multimedia-Game Software to Improve Space and Depth Perception.- Tactile Graphics Revised: The Novel BrailleDis 9000 Pin-Matrix Device with Multitouch Input.- Sensitive Braille Displays with ATC Technology (Active Tactile Control) as a Tool for Learning Braille.- Dual Mode Fingertip Guiding Manipulator for Blind Persons Enabling Passive/Active Line-Drawing Explorations.- Toward Touching a Landscape in a Picture: Investigation of Groping Strategy about Tactile Images and Image Simplification Method.- An Off-Screen Model for Tactile Graphical User Interfaces.- Access to Mathematics and Science.- Access to Mathematics and Science.- Multimedia MathReader for Daisy Books.- Writing Mathematics by Speech: A Case Study for Visually Impaired.- Universal Authoring System for Braille Materials by Collaboration of UMCL and Infty.- Assessing the Mathematics Related Communication Requirements of the Blind in Education and Career.- New Features in Math Accessibility with Infty Software.- Making Arithmetic Accessible.- Learning Math for Visually Impaired Users.- Manipulatives in the History of Teaching: Fast Forward to AutOMathic Blocks for the Blind.- Braille-Embedded Tactile Graphics Editor with Infty System.- Access to Mathematics in Web Resources for People with a Visual Impairment.- Multimodal Exploration and Manipulation of Graph Structures.- The Development of a Universal Design Tactile Graphics Production System BPLOT2.- Transnational Support to Visually Impaired in Scientific University Courses.- Chemical Workbench for Blind People - Accessing the Structure of Chemical Formula.- E-Learning for Secondary School Teachers: Inclusive Science and Math Instruction for Students with Disabilities.- Accessible Tourism.- Accessible Tourism Introduction to the Special Thematic Session.- How to Inform People with Reduced Mobility about Public Transport.- A Flexible Concept to Establish Accessibility Information in Tourism Web-Pages.- (e-)Accessibility Research from the Perspective of the Tourism, Sport and Leisure Industries - Selected Project Results and Future Focus of the e-Motion Competence Centre.- Smart Environments.- Smart Environments: Introduction to the Special Thematic Session.- All the Way to Living Independently: Reflections on a Design Case.- A Living Lab for Ambient Assisted Living in the Municipality of Schwechat.- ENABLE - A View on User's Needs.- EasyControl - Universal Control System.- Eye, Me and the Environment.- Development of a Low Cost Base Station for Multimodal Home Monitoring.- Distributed Accelerometers as a Main Component in Detecting Activities of Daily Living.- A Smart Indoor Navigation Solution Based on Building Information Model and Google Android.- Developing a Sub Room Level Indoor Location System for Wide Scale Deployment in Assisted Living Systems.- Utilizing QR Code and Mobile Phones for Blinds and Visually Impaired People.- Exploiting RFIDs and Tilt-Based Interaction for Mobile Museum Guides Accessible to Vision-Impaired Users.- Portable and Mobile Systems in Assistive Technology.- Portable and Mobile Systems in Assistive Technology.- A Survey on the Use of Mobile Phones by Visually Impaired Persons in Japan.- Mobility Impaired Pedestrians Are Not Cars: Requirements for the Annotation of Geographical Data.- People Helping Computers Helping People: Navigation for People with Mobility Problems by Sharing Accessibility Annotations.- Inclusion of Accessibility Requirements in the Design of Electronic Guides for Museums.- ODILIA - A Mobility Concept for the Visually Impaired.- Cellphone Accessible Information Via Bluetooth Beaconing for the Visually Impaired.- Crosswatch: A Camera Phone System for Orienting Visually Impaired Pedestrians at Traffic Intersections.- Personal Mobile Assistant for Air Passengers with Disabilities (PMA).- Search Strategies of Visually Impaired Persons Using a Camera Phone Wayfinding System.- Design of a Haptic Direction Indicator for Visually Impaired People in Emergency Situations.- A New Cell Phone Remote Control for People with Visual Impairment.- Skills vs. Abilities: Alternative Input and Communication Systems.- Skills vs. Abilities.- A Character Input System Using Tooth-Touch Sound for Disabled People.- An Eye Gaze Tracking System Using Customized User Profiles to Help Persons with Motor Challenges Access Computers.- Applicability of No-Hands Computer Input Devices for the Certificates for Microsoft Office Software.- Assisting an Adolescent with Cerebral Palsy to Entry Text by Using the Chorded Keyboard.- Designing a Scanning On-Screen Keyboard for People with Severe Motor Disabilities.- Evaluating the Hands-Free Mouse Control System: An Initial Case Study.- GrooveWrite: A Multi-purpose Stylus-Based Text Entry Method.- Interaction between a Disabled Person and a Scanning Communication Aid: Towards an Automatic Adjustment of the Scanning Rate Adapted to the User.- Investigation of Calibration Techniques in Video Based Eye Tracking System.- Text Entry System Based on a Minimal Scan Matrix for Severely Physically Handicapped People.- People with Disabilities: Speech Therapy and Sound Applications.- Applications for Proximity Sensors in Music and Sound Performance.- EasyVoice: Breaking Barriers for People with Voice Disabilities.- An Experiment Using Personalised Multimedia Interfaces for Speech Therapy.- People with Disabilities: Mobility and Care.- MOVEMENT - A Modular and Versatile Mobility Enhancement System.- BMI Based RHC Method for Wheelchair.- Modeling a Hands-Free Controlled Power Wheelchair.- Brake Control Assist on a Four-Castered Walker for Old People.- Development of a Sit-to-Stand Assistance System.- OLDES: Designing a Low-Cost, Easy-to-Use e-Care System Together with the Stakeholders.- The Risk Factor in the Adaptation of Worksites in ICT-Related Jobs.- Development of a Wearable Measurement System to Identify Characteristics in Human Gait - eSHOE -.- Experiences Using Mobile Phones as Patient-Terminal for Telemedical Home Care and Therapy Monitoring of Patients Suffering from Chronic Diseases.- People with Disabilities: Service Provision.- Making an International Certificate Accessible.- Effective Application of Paro: Seal Type Robots for Disabled People in According to Ideas of Occupational Therapists.- Which Technology Do We Want? Ethical Considerations about Technical Aids and Assisting Technology.- Characteristics and Solutions of Digital Divide for People with Physical Impairments in Taiwan.- Long-Time Effect from Deprived Communication, Information and Orientation/Mobility in Individuals with Acquired Dual Impairment and the Need for ICT-Aids.


Titel: Computers Helping People with Special Needs
Untertitel: 11th International Conference, ICCHP 2008, Linz, Austria, July 9-11, 2008, Proceedings
EAN: 9783540705406
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Betriebssysteme
Anzahl Seiten: 1350
Veröffentlichung: 14.07.2008
Dateigrösse: 202.9 MB

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