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Beschreibung

This three-volume set LNCS 5614-5616 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction - Addressing Diversity, UAHCI 2009, held as Part of HCI International 2009, in San Diego, CA, USA, in July 2009, jointly with 8 other thematically similar conferences. The revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the entire field of Human-Computer Interaction, addressing major advances in universal access namely interaction and support for people with sensory impairments, older users and technology interaction and support for people with cognitive impairments, design knowledge and approaches for accessibility and universal access.



Inhalt

Interaction and Support for People with Sensory Impairments.- Technology Support for Analyzing User Interactions to Create User-Centered Interactions.- User-Centred Design and Literacy Tools for the Deaf.- Sign Language Recognition, Generation, and Modelling: A Research Effort with Applications in Deaf Communication.- Improving Static Print Design Readability Using Mobile Reading Filters.- ICT Services for Every Citizen: The Challenge of Gaps in User Knowledge.- Transmission of Acoustic Information of Percussion Instruments through Tactile Sensation Using Air-Jet Stimulation for Hearing Impaired Person.- Enabling People - Creating Inclusive Human-Computer Interactions.- A Multimodal Board Game System Interface Using Finger Input for Visually Impaired Computer Users.- Applying Human-Centered Design to Rehabilitation Device.- Implications of Participatory Design for a Wearable Near and Far Environment Awareness System (NaFEAS) for Users with Severe Visual Impairments.- Design of an Assistance System for Elderly Based on Analyses of Needs and Acceptance.- Educational Sound Symbols for the Visually Impaired.- Accessing User Information for Use in Design.- Engineering User Centered Interaction Systems for Semantic Visualizations.- An Open Source Tool for Simulating a Variety of Vision Impairments in Developing Swing Applications.- Unexploited Resources in Interaction Design for Universal Access: People with Impairments as a Resource for Interaction Designers.- Older People and ICT: Towards Understanding Real-Life Usability and Experiences Created in Everyday Interactions with Interactive Technologies.- Interaction with Colored Graphical Representations on Braille Devices.- Living Labs as a Methodological Approach to Universal Access in Senior Design.- A UCD Approach towards the Design, Development and Assessment of Accessible Applications in a Large Scale European Integrated Project.- Older Users and Technology.- Lessons Learned from Developing Cognitive Support for Communication, Entertainment, and Creativity for Older People with Dementia.- The OASIS Concept.- Confronting the Transition: Improving Quality of Life for the Elderly with an Interactive Multisensory Environment-A Case Study.- Influences of Age and Experience on Web-Based Problem Solving Strategies.- An Application for Active Elderly Follow-Up Based on DVB-T Platforms.- Preliminary Study on Remote Assistance for People with Dementia at Home by Using Multi-media Contents.- Cognition, Age, and Web Browsing.- Towards an Account of Sensorimotor Knowledge in Inclusive Product Design.- A Touch Screen Button Size and Spacing Study with Older Adults.- Access Tool? Accelerating Treadmill? Technology and the Aging Population.- Use Cases Functionality of the OASIS HCI.- Keep It Simple! Assisting Older People with Mental and Physical Training.- RACE: Towards Exploring the Design Dimensions of a Route Assisting and Communicating System for Elderly.- The Effects of Camera System on Caregivers' Behaviors to Persons with Dementia.- A Function Based Approach towards Adaptive Interfaces for Elderly Users.- Interaction and Support for People with Cognitive Impairments.- Cognitive Chance Discovery.- Efficacy of Cognitive Training Experiences in the Elderly: Can Technology Help?.- Distributed Intelligence and Scaffolding in Support of Cognitive Health.- Asperger Syndrome and Mobile Phone Behavior.- Age Related Cognitive Impairments and Diffusion of Assistive Web-Base Technologies.- Does Health Related Quality of Life Differ between People with Chronic Mental Illness Who Use Computers and Those Who Do Not?.- Cognitive Impairments, HCI and Daily Living.- Remote Conversation Support for People with Aphasia: Some Experiments and Lessons Learned.- Mobile Technology for People with Cognitive Disabilities and Their Caregivers - HCI Issues.- ESSE: Learning Disability Classification System for Autism and Dyslexia.- Coimagination Method: Communication Support System with Collected Images and Its Evaluation via Memory Task.- Intelligent Mobile Interaction: A Learning System for Mentally Disabled People (IMLIS).- Studying Point-Select-Drag Interaction Techniques for Older People with Cognitive Impairment.- Remote Reminiscence Talking and Scheduling Prompter for Individuals with Dementia Using Video Phone.- Design Knowledge and Approaches for Accessibility and Universal Access.- A Modern Integration of Cognitive and Computer Sciences.- Evolutionary Changes in the Traditional Ergonomics.- Affordance Conditions of Product Parts in User-Product Interaction.- Conformity Assessment in the Public Procurement of Accessible ICT.- Evaluation Framework towards All Inclusive Mainstream ICT.- Digital Design Mobile Virtual Laboratory Implementation: A Pragmatic Approach.- Eliciting Mental Models of User Methods for Product and Communications Design.- Functional Accessibility Testing Using Best Practices.- Web User Interface Design Strategy: Designing for Device Independence.- Inclusive Design for Ordinary Users in Extraordinary Circumstances.- Towards Open Access Accessibility Everywhere: The ÆGIS Concept.- On the Privacy-Preserving HCI Issues.- E-Inclusiveness and Digital Television in Europe - A Holistic Model.- Modelling Product-User Interaction for Inclusive Design.- Culture, Politeness and Directive Compliance.- A Harmonised Methodology towards Measuring Accessibility.- Interactive System to Assist Rehabilitation of Children.- A Framework for Remote User Evaluation of Accessibility and Usability of Websites.- Ergonomic Issues in the Material Re-use Process.- User Empowerment in Standardization.- Emotion Detection: Application of the Valence Arousal Space for Rapid Biological Usability Testing to Enhance Universal Access.- Teaching and Learning HCI.- Quantification of Accessibility: Guidance for More Objective Access Guidelines.- Visualizing Design Exclusion Predicted by Disability Data: A Mobile Phone Case Study.- Investigating Prior Experience and Product Learning through Novel Interface Interaction: A Pilot Study.- The Art of Cross-Cultural Design for Usability.- HCI Standards for Handicapped.- User Evaluation of Age-Centred Web Design Guidelines.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Addressing Diversity
Untertitel: 5th International Conference, UAHCI 2009, Held as Part of HCI International 2009, San Diego, CA, USA, July 19-24, 2009. Proceedings, Part I
Editor:
EAN: 9783642027079
ISBN: 978-3-642-02707-9
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Betriebssysteme
Anzahl Seiten: 689
Veröffentlichung: 15.07.2009
Jahr: 2009
Dateigrösse: 74.1 MB

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