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Fifth Annual ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Assistive Technologies

Fullname:Fifth International ACM SIGCAPH Conference on Assistive Technologies
Location:Edinburgh, Scotland
Dates:2002-Jul-08 to 2002-Jul-10
Standard No:ACM ISBN 1-58113-464-9 ACM Order number 444020; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: ASSETS02
  1. Plenary address
  2. Web accessibility
  3. Multimodal technologies
  4. Accessible interfaces
  5. Learning technologies
  6. Motor adaptations
  7. Solutions for aging
  8. Speech, voice and translation
  9. Communication technologies

Plenary address

Assets: where do we go from here? BIBFull-Text 1-3
  Alan F. Newell

Web accessibility

From assistive technology to a web accessibility service BIBAKFull-Text 4-8
  Peter G. Fairweather; Vicki L. Hanson; Sam R. Detweiler; Richard S. Schwerdtfeger
Improving the accessibility of aurally rendered HTML tables BIBAKFull-Text 9-16
  Robert Filepp; James Challenger; Daniela Rosu
Web accessibility for low bandwidth input BIBAKFull-Text 17-24
  Jennifer Mankoff; Anind Dey; Udit Batra; Melody Moore
Navigation of HTML tables, frames, and XML fragments BIBAKFull-Text 25-32
  E. Pontelli; D. Gillan; W. Xiong; E. Saad; G. Gupta; A. I. Karshmer

Multimodal technologies

Sketching images eyes-free: a grid-based dynamic drawing tool for the blind BIBAKFull-Text 33-40
  Hesham M. Kamel; James A. Landay
Design and implementation of virtual environments training of the visually impaire BIBAKFull-Text 41-48
  D. Tzovaras; G. Nikolakis; G. Fergadis; S. Malasiotis; M. Stavrakis
Multimodal feedback: establishing a performance baseline for improved access by individuals with visual impairments BIBAKFull-Text 49-56
  Holly S. Vitense; Julie A. Jacko; V. Kathlene Emery
Multimodal virtual reality versus printed medium in visualization for blind people BIBAKFull-Text 57-64
  Wai Yu; Stephen Brewster

Accessible interfaces

Auditory and tactile interfaces for representing the visual effects on the web BIBAKFull-Text 65-72
  Chieko Asakawa; Hironobu Takagi; Shuichi Ino; Tohru Ifukube
Planning, reasoning, and agents for non-visual navigation of tables and frames BIBAKFull-Text 73-80
  Enrico Pontelli; Tran Cao Son
Site-wide annotation: reconstructing existing pages to be accessible BIBAKFull-Text 81-88
  Hironobu Takagi; Chieko Asakawa; Kentarou Fukuda; Junji Maeda
Using handhelds to help people with motor impairments BIBAKFull-Text 89-96
  Brad A. Myers; Jacob O. Wobbrock; Sunny Yang; Brian Yeung; Jeffrey Nichols; Robert Miller

Learning technologies

Ongoing investigation of the ways in which some of the problems encountered by some dyslexics can be alleviated using computer techniques BIBAKFull-Text 97-103
  Anna Dickinson; Peter Gregor; Alan F. Newell
Virtual environments for social skills training: the importance of scaffolding in practice BIBAKFull-Text 104-110
  Steven J. Kerr; Helen R. Neale; Sue V. G. Cobb
Modeling educational software for people with disabilities: theory and practice BIBAKFull-Text 111-118
  Nelson Baloian; Wolfram Luther; Jaime Sanchez

Motor adaptations

Zooming interfaces!: enhancing the performance of eye controlled pointing devices BIBAKFull-Text 119-126
  Richard Bates; Howell Istance
HaWCoS: the "hands-free" wheelchair control system BIBAKFull-Text 127-134
  Torsten Felzer; Bernd Freisleben
Cursor measures for motion-impaired computer users BIBAKFull-Text 135-142
  Simeon Keates; Faustina Hwang; Patrick Langdon; P. John Clarkson; Peter Robinson
An invisible keyguard BIBAKFull-Text 143-149
  Shari Trewin

Solutions for aging

Designing for dynamic diversity: interfaces for older people BIBAKFull-Text 151-156
  Peter Gregor; Alan F. Newell; Mary Zajicek
A novel multi-stage approach to the detection of visuo-spatial neglect based on the analysis of figure-copying tasks BIBAKFull-Text 157-161
  R. M. Guest; M. C. Fairhurst
Assistive social interaction for non-speaking people living in the community BIBAKFull-Text 162-169
  Nick Hine; John L. Arnott
Older adults' evaluations of speech output BIBAKFull-Text 170-177
  Lorna Lines; Kate S. Hone

Speech, voice and translation

Speech-based cursor control BIBAKFull-Text 178-185
  Azfar S. Karimullah; Andrew Sears
A predictive Blissymbolic to English translation system BIBAKFull-Text 186-191
  Annalu Waller; Kris Jack
Speech recognition in university classrooms: liberated learning project BIBAKFull-Text 192-196
  Keith Bain; Sara H. Basson; Mike Wald
Voice over Workplace (VoWP): voice navigation in a complex business GUI BIBAKFull-Text 197-204
  Frankie James; Jeff Roelands

Communication technologies

Tessa, a system to aid communication with deaf people BIBAKFull-Text 205-212
  Stephen Cox; Michael Lincoln; Judy Tryggvason; Melanie Nakisa; Mark Wells; Marcus Tutt; Sanja Abbott
Capturing phrases for ICU-Talk, a communication aid for intubated intensive care patients BIBAKFull-Text 213-217
  S. Ashraf; A. Judson; I. W. Ricketts; A. Waller; N. Alm; B. Gordon; F. MacAulay; J. K. Brodie; M. Etchels; A. Warden; A. J. Shearer
A new generation of communication aids under the ULYSSES component-based framework BIBAKFull-Text 218-225
  Georgios Kouroupetroglou; Alexandros Pino
ICU-Talk, a communication aid for intubated intensive care patients BIBAKFull-Text 226-230
  F. MacAulay; A. Judson; M. Etchels; S. Ashraf; I. W. Ricketts; A. Waller; J. K. Brodie; N. Alm; A. Warden; A. J. Shearer; B. Gordon