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Tenth Annual ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Assistive Technologies

Fullname:The 10th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility
Editors:Simon Harper; Armando Barreto
Location:Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Dates:2008-Oct-13 to 2008-Oct-15
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN 1-59593-976-8, 978-1-59593-976-0; ACM Order Number 444080; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: ASSETS08
Papers:73
Pages:320
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Keynote talk
  2. Cognition and memory (I)
  3. Cognition and memory (II)
  4. Older adults
  5. Vision
  6. Audio interaction
  7. Accessibility studies
  8. Web accessibility
  9. Games and gaming
  10. Collaborative accessibility
  11. Motor function
  12. Posters and system demonstrations
  13. Microsoft student research competition

Keynote talk

Designing technology to aid cognition BIBAFull-Text 1-2
  Ron Baecker

Cognition and memory (I)

Software and technologies designed for people with autism: what do users want? BIBAFull-Text 3-10
  Cynthia Putnam; Lorna Chong
A3: a coding guideline for HCI+autism research using video annotation BIBAFull-Text 11-18
  Joshua Hailpern; Karrie Karahalios; James Halle; Laura DeThorne; Mary-Kelsey Coletto
Technology for just-in-time in-situ learning of facial affect for persons diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder BIBAFull-Text 19-26
  Miriam Madsen; Rana el Kaliouby; Matthew Goodwin; Rosalind Picard

Cognition and memory (II)

A context aware handheld wayfinding system for individuals with cognitive impairments BIBAFull-Text 27-34
  Yao-Jen Chang; Shih-Kai Tsai; Tsen-Yung Wang
Computer usage by young individuals with down syndrome: an exploratory study BIBAFull-Text 35-42
  J. Feng; J. Lazar; L. Kumin; A. Ozok
Understanding pointing problems in real world computing environments BIBAFull-Text 43-50
  Amy Hurst; Jennifer Mankoff; Scott E. Hudson

Older adults

Hover or tap?: supporting pen-based menu navigation for older adults BIBAFull-Text 51-58
  Karyn Moffatt; Sandra Yuen; Joanna McGrenere
Technology devices for older adults to aid self management of chronic health conditions BIBAFull-Text 59-66
  Amritpal Singh Bhachu; Nicolas Hine; John Arnott
How older and younger adults differ in their approach to problem solving on a complex website BIBAFull-Text 67-72
  Peter G. Fairweather

Vision

Slide rule: making mobile touch screens accessible to blind people using multi-touch interaction techniques BIBAFull-Text 73-80
  Shaun K. Kane; Jeffrey P. Bigham; Jacob O. Wobbrock
Note-taker: enabling students who are legally blind to take notes in class BIBAFull-Text 81-88
  David Hayden; Dirk Colbry; John A., Jr. Black; Sethuraman Panchanathan
Refreshable tactile graphics applied to schoolbook illustrations for students with visual impairment BIBAFull-Text 89-96
  Grégory Petit; Aude Dufresne; Vincent Levesque; Vincent Hayward; Nicole Trudeau

Audio interaction

Constructing relational diagrams in audio: the multiple perspective hierarchical approach BIBAFull-Text 97-104
  Oussama Metatla; Nick Bryan-Kinns; Tony Stockman
Advanced auditory menus: design and evaluation of auditory scroll bars BIBAFull-Text 105-112
  Pavani Yalla; Bruce N. Walker

Accessibility studies

A comparative test of web accessibility evaluation methods BIBAFull-Text 113-120
  Giorgio Brajnik
Investigating sighted users' browsing behaviour to assist web accessibility BIBAFull-Text 121-128
  Eleni Michailidou; Simon Harper; Sean Bechhofer
Evaluation of a psycholinguistically motivated timing model for animations of american sign language BIBAFull-Text 129-136
  Matt Huenerfauth

Web accessibility

A user evaluation of the SADIe transcoder BIBAFull-Text 137-144
  Darren Lunn; Sean Bechhofer; Simon Harper
What's new?: making web page updates accessible BIBAFull-Text 145-152
  Yevgen Borodin; Jeffrey P. Bigham; Rohit Raman; I. V. Ramakrishnan
Accessibility commons: a metadata infrastructure for web accessibility BIBAFull-Text 153-160
  Shinya Kawanaka; Yevgen Borodin; Jeffrey P. Bigham; Darren Lunn; Hironobu Takagi; Chieko Asakawa

Games and gaming

Sudoku access: a sudoku game for people with motor disabilities BIBAFull-Text 161-168
  Stéphane Norte; Fernando G. Lobo
Blind hero: enabling guitar hero for the visually impaired BIBAFull-Text 169-176
  Bei Yuan; Eelke Folmer
PowerUp: an accessible virtual world BIBAFull-Text 177-184
  Shari Trewin; Vicki L. Hanson; Mark R. Laff; Anna Cavender

Collaborative accessibility

RouteCheckr: personalized multicriteria routing for mobility impaired pedestrians BIBAFull-Text 185-192
  Thorsten Völkel; Gerhard Weber
Social accessibility: achieving accessibility through collaborative metadata authoring BIBAFull-Text 193-200
  Hironobu Takagi; Shinya Kawanaka; Masatomo Kobayashi; Takashi Itoh; Chieko Asakawa
Hunting for headings: sighted labeling vs. automatic classification of headings BIBAFull-Text 201-208
  Jeremy T. Brudvik; Jeffrey P. Bigham; Anna C. Cavender; Richard E. Ladner

Motor function

Text entry for mobile devices and users with severe motor impairments: handiglyph, a primitive shapes based onscreen keyboard BIBAFull-Text 209-216
  Mohammed Belatar; Franck Poirier
Performance-based functional assessment: an algorithm for measuring physical capabilities BIBAFull-Text 217-224
  Kathleen J. Price; Andrew Sears
Laser pointers and a touch screen: intuitive interfaces for autonomous mobile manipulation for the motor impaired BIBAFull-Text 225-232
  Young Sang Choi; Cressel D. Anderson; Jonathan D. Glass; Charles C. Kemp

Posters and system demonstrations

Speech technology in real world environment: early results from a long term study BIBAFull-Text 233-234
  Jinjuan Feng; Shaojian Zhu; Ruimin Hu; Andrew Sears
Evaluation of spatial abilities within a 2D auditory platform game BIBAFull-Text 235-236
  Mike A. Oren; Chris Harding; Terri Bonebright
Identifying pedagogical, technological and organizational barriers in virtual learning environments BIBAFull-Text 237-238
  Maria Galofré; Julià Minguillón
Potential of mobile social networks as assistive technology: a case study in supported employment for people with severe mental illness BIBAFull-Text 239-240
  Yao-Jen Chang; Hung-Huan Liu; Shu-Min Peng; Tsen-Yung Wang
Shoptalk: toward independent shopping by people with visual impairments BIBAFull-Text 241-242
  Vladimir Kulyukin; John Nicholson; Daniel Coster
Low-cost accelerometry-based posture monitoring system for stroke survivors BIBAFull-Text 243-244
  Sonia Arteaga; Jessica Chevalier; Andrew Coile; Andrew William Hill; Serdar Sali; Sangheeta Sudhakhrisnan; Sri H. Kurniawan
Evaluation of an intelligent e-tool for deaf children: extended abstract BIBAFull-Text 245-246
  Rosella Gennari; Ornella Mich
Suitable representations of hyperlinks for deaf persons: an eye-tracking study BIBAFull-Text 247-248
  Miki Namatame; Muneo Kitajima
MySpeechWeb: software to facilitate the construction and deployment of speech applications on the web BIBAFull-Text 249-250
  Richard A. Frost; Ali Karaki; David A. Dufour; Josh Greig; Rahmatullah Hafiz; Yue Shi; Shawn Daichendt; Shahriar Chandon; Justin Barolak; Randy J. Fortier
Multimodal vision glove for touchscreens BIBAFull-Text 251-252
  Muhanad S. Manshad; Ahmad S. Manshad
Creating and evaluating a video vocabulary for communicating verbs for different age groups BIBAFull-Text 253-254
  Xiaojuan Ma; Perry R. Cook
Tactile chart generation tool BIBAFull-Text 255-256
  Cagatay Goncu; Kim Marriott
Brain-controlled finite state machine for wheelchair navigation BIBAFull-Text 257-258
  Amir Teymourian; Thorsten Lueth; Axel Graeser; Torsten Felzer; Rainer Nordmann
A web-based braille translation for digital music scores BIBAFull-Text 259-260
  Toshiyuki Gotoh; Reiko Minamikawa-Tachino; Naoyoshi Tamura
Experiences using a hands-free interface BIBAFull-Text 261-262
  Cristina Manresa-Yee; Javier Varona; Francisco J. Perales; Francesca Negre; Joan Jordi Muntaner
Designing an assistive device for the blind based on object localization and augmented auditory reality BIBAFull-Text 263-264
  Florian Dramas; Bernard Oriola; Brian G. Katz; Simon J. Thorpe; Christophe Jouffrais
Naming practice on an open platform for people with aphasia BIBAFull-Text 265-266
  Chris Benjamin; Jesse Harris; Alex Moncrief; Gail Ramsberger; Clayton Lewis
Stakeholder involvement in the design and development of a domestic well-being indicator system BIBAFull-Text 267-268
  Nubia M. Gil; Nicolas A. Hine; John L. Arnott
Pupil diameter measurements: untapped potential to enhance computer interaction for eye tracker users? BIBAFull-Text 269-270
  Armando Barreto; Ying Gao; Malek Adjouadi
Experiment and evaluation of the RAMPE interactive auditive information system for the mobility of blind people in public transport BIBAFull-Text 271-272
  Olivier Venard; Geneviève Baudoin; Gérard Uzan
Accessible lectures: moving towards automatic speech recognition models based on human methods BIBAFull-Text 273-274
  Miltiades Papadopoulos; Elaine Pearson
Effective simulations to support academics in inclusive online learning design BIBAFull-Text 275-276
  George Papadopoulos; Elaine Pearson; Steve Green
TTY phone: direct, equal emergency access for the deaf BIBAFull-Text 277-278
  Zahoor Zafrulla; John Etherton; Thad Starner
Creating an automatic question answering text skimming system for non-visual readers BIBAFull-Text 279-280
  Debra Yarrington; Kathleen McCoy
American sign language vocabulary: computer aided instruction for non-signers BIBAFull-Text 281-282
  Valerie Henderson-Summet; Kimberly Weaver; Tracy L. Westeyn; Thad E. Starner
Assisting mobility of the disabled using space-identifying ubiquitous infrastructure BIBAFull-Text 283-284
  Masahiro Bessho; Shinsuke Kobayashi; Noboru Koshizuka; Ken Sakamura
Enabling the legally blind in classroom note-taking BIBAFull-Text 285-286
  David Hayden; Dirk Colbry; John A., Jr. Black; Sethuraman Panchanathan
Context aware documenting for aphasics BIBAFull-Text 287-288
  Thomas de Wolf; Dirk W. H. Gooren; Jean-Bernard O. S. Martens
An alternative information web for visually impaired users in developing countries BIBAFull-Text 289-290
  Nitendra Rajput; Sheetal Agarwal; Arun Kumar; Amit Anil Nanavati
Computer vision-based clear path guidance for blind wheelchair users BIBAFull-Text 291-292
  Volodymyr Ivanchenko; James Coughlan; William Gerrey; Huiying Shen
AmbienNet: an intelligent environment to support people with disabilities and elderly people BIBAFull-Text 293-294
  Julio Abascal; Borja Bonail; Alvaro Marco; Roberto Casas; José Luis Sevillano
The flote: an instrument for people with limited mobility BIBAFull-Text 295-296
  Amal Dar Aziz; Chris Warren; Hayden Bursk; Sean Follmer
The accessible aquarium: identifying and evaluating salient creature features for sonification BIBAFull-Text 297-298
  Anandi Pendse; Michael Pate; Bruce N. Walker
A demonstration of phototacs: a simple image-based phone dialing interface for people with cognitive or visual impairments BIBAFull-Text 299-300
  Michael J. Astrauskas; John A., Jr. Black; Sethuraman Panchanathan

Microsoft student research competition

CATPro: context-aware task prompting system with multiple modalities for individuals with cognitive impairments BIBAFull-Text 301-302
  Wan Chih Chang
Input to the mobile web is situationally-impaired BIBAFull-Text 303-304
  Tianyi Chen
A camera phone based currency reader for the visually impaired BIBAFull-Text 305-306
  Xu Liu
Automation of repetitive web browsing tasks with voice-enabled macros BIBAFull-Text 307-308
  Yevgen Borodin
Lessons from an evaluation of a domestic well-being indicator system BIBAFull-Text 309-310
  Nubia M. Gil
Analysis of speech properties of neurotypicals and individuals diagnosed with autism and down BIBAFull-Text 311-312
  Mohammed E. Hoque
TAIG: textually accessible information graphics BIBAFull-Text 313-314
  Seniz Demir
Adapting word prediction to subject matter without topic-labeled data BIBAFull-Text 315-316
  Keith Trnka
Phototacs: an image-based cell phone interface BIBAFull-Text 317-318
  Michael J. Astrauskas