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Eleventh Annual ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Assistive Technologies

Fullname:The 11th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility
Editors:Shari Trewin; Kathleen F. McCoy
Location:Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Dates:2009-Oct-26 to 2009-Oct-28
Standard No:ISBN 978-1-60558-558-1; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: ASSETS09
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Keynote address
  2. Cognitive accessibility
  3. Getting around and having fun
  4. Visual language
  5. Text entry and mobile devices
  6. Web accessibility I
  7. Working and learning
  8. Assisted communication
  9. Web accessibility II
  10. Posters and system demonstrations
  11. Microsoft student research competition

Keynote address

Using information technology to assist people with disabilities BIBKFull-Text 1-2
  Rory Cooper

Cognitive accessibility

Comparing evaluation techniques for text readability software for adults with intellectual disabilities BIBAKFull-Text 3-10
  Matt Huenerfauth; Lijun Feng; Noémie Elhadad
Designing judicious interactions for cognitive assistance: the acts of assistance approach BIBAKFull-Text 11-18
  Jérémy Bauchet; Hélène Pigot; Sylvain Giroux; Dany Lussier-Desrochers; Yves Lachapelle; Mounir Mokhtari
Context-aware prompting to transition autonomously through vocational tasks for individuals with cognitive impairments BIBAKFull-Text 19-26
  Yao-Jen Chang; Wan Chih Chang; Tsen-Yung Wang
Customizing directions in an automated wayfinding system for individuals with cognitive impairment BIBAKFull-Text 27-34
  Alan L. Liu; Harlan Hile; Gaetano Borriello; Pat A. Brown; Mark Harniss; Henry Kautz; Kurt Johnson

Getting around and having fun

Usability of a multimodal videogame to improve navigation skills for blind children BIBAKFull-Text 35-42
  Jaime Sánchez; Mauricio Sáenz; Miguel Ripoll
Instant tactile-audio map: enabling access to digital maps for people with visual impairment BIBAKFull-Text 43-50
  Zheshen Wang; Baoxin Li; Terri Hedgpeth; Teresa Haven
Rock Vibe: Rock Band® computer games for people with no or limited vision BIBAKFull-Text 51-58
  Troy Allman; Rupinder K. Dhillon; Molly A. E. Landau; Sri H. Kurniawan
TextSL: a command-based virtual world interface for the visually impaired BIBAKFull-Text 59-66
  Eelke Folmer; Bei Yuan; Dave Carr; Manjari Sapre

Visual language

ClassInFocus: enabling improved visual attention strategies for deaf and hard of hearing students BIBAKFull-Text 67-74
  Anna C. Cavender; Jeffrey P. Bigham; Richard E. Ladner
Spatial and temporal pyramids for grammatical expression recognition of American sign language BIBAKFull-Text 75-82
  Nicholas Michael; Dimitris Metaxas; Carol Neidle
Accessible motion-capture glove calibration protocol for recording sign language data from deaf subjects BIBAKFull-Text 83-90
  Pengfei Lu; Matt Huenerfauth

Text entry and mobile devices

The one-key challenge: searching for a fast one-key text entry method BIBAKFull-Text 91-98
  I. Scott MacKenzie
NavTap: a long term study with excluded blind users BIBAKFull-Text 99-106
  Tiago Guerreiro; Hugo Nicolau; Joaquim Jorge; Daniel Gonçalves
Haptic handheld wayfinder with pseudo-attraction force for pedestrians with visual impairments BIBAKFull-Text 107-114
  Tomohiro Amemiya; Hisashi Sugiyama
Freedom to roam: a study of mobile device adoption and accessibility for people with visual and motor disabilities BIBAKFull-Text 115-122
  Shaun K. Kane; Chandrika Jayant; Jacob O. Wobbrock; Richard E. Ladner

Web accessibility I

Enriching web information scent for blind users BIBAKFull-Text 123-130
  Markel Vigo; Barbara Leporini; Fabio Paternò
Validity and reliability of web accessibility guidelines BIBAKFull-Text 131-138
  Giorgio Brajnik

Working and learning

Evaluating prosodic cues as a means to disambiguate algebraic expressions: an empirical study BIBAKFull-Text 139-146
  Ed Gellenbeck; Andreas Stefik
Making Microsoft Excel: multimodal presentation of charts BIBAKFull-Text 147-154
  Iyad Abu Doush; Enrico Pontelli; Dominic Simon; Tran Cao Son; Ou Ma
Including accessibility within and beyond undergraduate computing courses BIBAKFull-Text 155-162
  Annalu Waller; Vicki L. Hanson; David Sloan

Assisted communication

Speaking through pictures: images vs. icons BIBAKFull-Text 163-170
  Xiaojuan Ma; Jordan Boyd-Graber; Sonya Nikolova; Perry R. Cook
Better vocabularies for assistive communication aids: connecting terms using semantic networks and untrained annotators BIBAKFull-Text 171-178
  Sonya Nikolova; Jordan Boyd-Graber; Christiane Fellbaum; Perry Cook
Let's stay in touch: sharing photos for restoring social connectedness between rehabilitants, friends and family BIBAKFull-Text 179-186
  Margit Biemans; Betsy van Dijk; Pavan Dadlani; Aart van Halteren
Talking points: the differential impact of real-time computer generated audio/visual feedback on speech-like & non-speech-like vocalizations in low functioning children with ASD BIBAKFull-Text 187-194
  Joshua Hailpern; Karrie Karahalios; Laura DeThorne; James Halle

Web accessibility II

Collaborative web accessibility improvement: challenges and possibilities BIBAKFull-Text 195-202
  Hironobu Takagi; Shinya Kawanaka; Masatomo Kobayashi; Daisuke Sato; Chieko Asakawa
How much does expertise matter?: a barrier walkthrough study with experts and non-experts BIBAKFull-Text 203-210
  Yeliz Yesilada; Giorgio Brajnik; Simon Harper

Posters and system demonstrations

3D sound for human-computer interaction: regions with different limitations in elevation localization BIBAKFull-Text 211-212
  Armando Barreto; Kenneth John Faller; Malek Adjouadi
3DScan: an environment control system supporting persons with severe motor impairments BIBAKFull-Text 213-214
  Torsten Felzer; Stephan Rinderknecht
A cheap, portable haptic device for a method to relay 2-D texture-enriched graphical information to individuals who are visually impaired BIBAKFull-Text 215-216
  David S. Burch; Dianne T. V. Pawluk
A reconfigurable augmentative communication device BIBAKFull-Text 217-218
  Kris Schindler; Robert Dygert; Eric Nagler
Accessibility: understanding attitudes of CS students BIBAKFull-Text 219-220
  G. M. Poor; Laura M. Leventhal; Julie Barnes; Duke R. Hutchings
Accessible video description on-demand BIBAKFull-Text 221-222
  Claude Chapdelaine; Langis Gagnon
An improved, low-cost tactile 'mouse' for use by individuals who are blind and visually impaired BIBAKFull-Text 223-224
  Justin M. Owen; Julie A. Petro; Steve M. D'Souza; Ravi Rastogi; Dianne T. V. Pawluk
Approaches to locating areas of interest related to questions in a document for non-visual readers BIBAKFull-Text 225-226
  Debra Yarrington; Kathleen McCoy
Assistive device for the blind based on object recognition: an application to identify currency bills BIBAKFull-Text 227-228
  Rémi Parlouar; Florian Dramas; Marc M-J Macé; Christophe Jouffrais
Don't listen! I am dictating my password! BIBAKFull-Text 229-230
  Shaojian Zhu; Yao Ma; Jinjuan Feng; Andrew Sears
Dundee user centre: a space where older people and technology meet BIBAKFull-Text 231-232
  Paula Forbes; Lorna Gibson; Vicki L. Hanson; Peter Gregor; Alan F. Newell
End-user moderation of cognitive accessibility in online communities: case study of brain fog in the lyme community BIBAKFull-Text 233-234
  Kateryna Kuksenok; Jennifer Mankoff
Evaluation of software tools with deaf children BIBAKFull-Text 235-236
  Ornella Mich
EYECane: navigating with camera embedded white cane for visually impaired person BIBAKFull-Text 237-238
  Jin Sun Ju; Eunjeong Ko; Eun Yi Kim
Eye-writing communication for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis BIBAKFull-Text 239-240
  Jang-Zern Tsai; Tsai-Shih Chen
Fall and emergency detection with mobile phones BIBAKFull-Text 241-242
  Hamed Ketabdar; Tim Polzehl
Johar: a framework for developing accessible applications BIBAKFull-Text 243-244
  James H. Andrews; Fatima Hussain
Learning how older adults undertake computer tasks BIBAKFull-Text 245-246
  Nic Hollinworth; Faustina Hwang
Naming practice for people with aphasia as a mobile web application BIBAKFull-Text 247-248
  Skye Chandler; Jesse Harris; Alex Moncrief; Clayton Lewis
Providing synthesized audio description for online videos BIBAKFull-Text 249-250
  Masatomo Kobayashi; Kentarou Fukuda; Hironobu Takagi; Chieko Asakawa
SmartKey: a multi purpose target expansion based virtual keyboard BIBAKFull-Text 251-252
  Khaldoun Al Faraj; Nadine Vigouroux; Mustapha Mojahid
Tactile and visual alerts for deaf people by mobile phones BIBAKFull-Text 253-254
  Hamed Ketabdar; Tim Polzehl
The one octave scale interface for graphical representation for visually impaired people BIBAKFull-Text 255-256
  Ikuko Eguchi Yairi; Yoshiteru Azuma; Masamitsu Takano
Towards identifying distinguishable tactons for use with mobile devices BIBAKFull-Text 257-258
  Huimin Qian; Ravi Kuber; Andrew Sears
VocaliD: personalizing text-to-speech synthesis for individuals with severe speech impairment BIBAKFull-Text 259-260
  Camil Jreige; Rupal Patel; H. Timothy Bunnell

Microsoft student research competition

A respite care information system for families with developmental delay children through mobile networks BIBAKFull-Text 261-262
  Jyun-Yan Yang
Defining virtualization based system abstractions for an indoor assistive living for elderly care BIBAKFull-Text 263-264
  Nova Ahmed
Designing AAC interfaces for commercial brain-computer interaction gaming hardware BIBAKFull-Text 265-266
  Stephen Steward
Haptic user interface design for students with visual impairments BIBAKFull-Text 267-268
  Hyung Nam Kim
iSET: enabling in situ & post hoc video labeling BIBAKFull-Text 269-270
  Mish Madsen; Abdelrahman N. Mahmoud; Youssef Kashef
MGuider: mobile guiding and tracking system in public transit system for individuals with cognitive impairments BIBAKFull-Text 271-272
  Wei-Hsun Chen
Real-time anomaly detection for traveling individuals BIBAKFull-Text 273-274
  Tian-Shya Ma
Sensation augmentation to relieve pressure sore formation in wheelchair users BIBAKFull-Text 275-276
  Raphael P. Rush