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Computers Helping People with Special Needs, Part II
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Computers Helping People with Special Needs, Part II

12th International Conference, ICCHP 2010, Vienna, Austria, July 2010. Proceedings
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ISBN-13:
9783642140990
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.07.2010
Seiten:
644
Autor:
Klaus Miesenberger
Gewicht:
894 g
Format:
240x158x25 mm
Serie:
6180, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

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People with Specific Learning and Cognitive Problems: ICT, AT and HCI.- Methodological Considerations for Involving SpLD Practitioners and Specialists in Designing Interactive Learning Systems.- Involving Users in the Design of ICT Aimed to Improve Education, Work, and Leisure for Users with Intellectual Disabilities.- PDA Software Aimed at Improving Workplace Adaptation for People with Cognitive Disabilities.- EasyICT: A Framework for Measuring ICT-Skills of People with Cognitive Disabilities.- Towards an Interactive Screening Program for Developmental Dyslexia: Eye Movement Analysis in Reading Arabic Texts.- Developing a Multimedia Environment to Aid in Vocalization for People on the Autism Spectrum: A User-Centered Design Approach.- The Performance of Mouse Proficiency for Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities.- When Words Fall Short: Helping People with Aphasia to Express.- People with Motor Disabilities: HCI and Rehabilitation.- MarkerMouse: Mouse Cursor Control Using a Head-Mounted Marker.- Using Triaxial Acceleration Sensors as Input Devices for Disabled Persons.- Canceling Interference Caused by Tremors in Joystick Controller: Study Case in a Power Wheelchair.- Developing Rehabilitation Robots for the Brain Injured.- A Rehabilitation Method with Visual and Haptic Guidance for Children with Upper Extremity Disability.- SSVEP Based Brain-Computer Interface for Robot Control.- People with Motor Disabilities: How to Improve Text Input.- Text Composing Software for Disabled People, Using Blink and Motion Detection.- Augmented and Alternative Communication System Based on Dasher Application and an Accelerometer.- Evaluation of WordTree System with Motor Disabled Users.- Evaluation of SpreadKey System with Motor Impaired Users.- An Integrated Text Entry System Design for Severe Physical Disabilities.- Qanti: A Software Tool for Quick Ambiguous Non-standard Text Input.- A Prototype Scanning System with an Ambiguous Keyboard and a Predictive Disambiguation Algorithm.- An Ambiguous Keyboard Based on "Character Graphical Association" for the Severely Physically Handicapped.- Deaf and Hard of Hearing People: Accessible Information and Education.- The Deaf and Online Comprehension Texts, How Can Technology Help?.- Extraction of Displayed Objects Corresponding to Demonstrative Words for Use in Remote Transcription.- E-Scribe: Ubiquitous Real-Time Speech Transcription for the Hearing-Impaired.- SportSign: A Service to Make Sports News Accessible to Deaf Persons in Sign Languages.- Synote: Accessible and Assistive Technology Enhancing Learning for All Students.- Teaching English to Deaf Adults: "SignOnOne" - An Online Course for Beginners.- Deaf People: AT for Sign Language.- A Web Based Platform for Sign Language Corpus Creation.- Context Analysis of Universal Communication through Local Sign Languages Applying Multivariate Analysis.- Toward Automatic Sign Language Recognition from Web3D Based Scenes.- Introducing Arabic Sign Language for Mobile Phones.- Sign Language Interpreter Module: Accessible Video Retrieval with Subtitles.- Blind and Partially Sighted People: Mobility and Interaction without Sight.- Real-Time Walk Light Detection with a Mobile Phone.- An Ultrasonic Blind Guidance System for Street Crossings.- Pedestrian Navigation System Using Tone Gradient and Robotic GIS.- MOST-NNG: An Accessible GPS Navigation Application Integrated into the MObile Slate Talker (MOST) for the Blind.- Improving Computer Vision-Based Indoor Wayfinding for Blind Persons with Context Information.- Computer Vision-Based Door Detection for Accessibility of Unfamiliar Environments to Blind Persons.- Development and Installation of Programmable Light-Emitting Braille Blocks.- FLIPPS for the Blind - An Object Detector for Medium Distances Using Concerted Fingertip Stimulation.- Camera Based Target Acquisition Augmented with Phosphene Sensations.- A Mobile Phone Application Enabling Visually Impaired Users to Find and Read Product
Welcome to the Proceedings of ICCHP 2010! We were proud to welcome participants from more than 40 countries from all over the world to this year's ICCHP. Since the late 1980s, it has been ICCHP's mission to support and reflect development in the field of "Assistive Technologies," eAccessibility and eInclusion. With a focus on scientific quality, ICCHP has become an important reference in our field. The 2010 conference and this collection of papers once again fulfilled this mission. The International Programme Committee, comprising 106 experts from all over the world, selected 147 full and 44 short papers out of 328 abstracts submitted to ICCHP. This acceptance ratio of about half of the submissions demonstrates our strict pursuit of scientific quality both of the programme and in particular of the proceedings in your hands. An impressive number of experts agreed to organize "Special Thematic Sessions" (STS) for ICCHP 2010. These STS help to bring the meeting into sharper focus in several key areas. In turn, this deeper level of focus helps to collate a state of the art and mainstream technical, social, cultural and political developments.