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Thirteenth Annual ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Assistive Technologies

Fullname:The 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility
Editors:Kathleen F. McCoy; Yeliz Yesilada
Location:Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
Dates:2011-Oct-24 to 2011-Oct-26
Standard No:ISBN 1-60558-881-4, 978-1-60558-881-0; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: ASSETS11
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Keynote address
  2. Assistive technology design paradigms
  3. Navigation and wayfinding
  4. Understanding users
  5. User-centric design
  6. Sign language comprehension
  7. Multimedia and TV
  8. Web accessibility
  9. Mobile and ubiquitious UI
  10. Supporting visual interaction
  11. Posters and demonstrations
  12. Student research competition

Keynote address

Living in a world of data BIBAFull-Text 1-2
  Alan John Dix

Assistive technology design paradigms

The design of human-powered access technology BIBAFull-Text 3-10
  Jeffrey P. Bigham; Richard E. Ladner; Yevgen Borodin
Empowering individuals with do-it-yourself assistive technology BIBAFull-Text 11-18
  Amy Hurst; Jasmine Tobias
Towards a framework to situate assistive technology design in the context of culture BIBAFull-Text 19-26
  Fatima A. Boujarwah; A Nazneen; Hwajung Hong; Gregory D. Abowd; Rosa I. Arriaga

Navigation and wayfinding

Supporting spatial awareness and independent wayfinding for pedestrians with visual impairments BIBAFull-Text 27-34
  Rayoung Yang; Sangmi Park; Sonali R. Mishra; Zhenan Hong; Clint Newsom; Hyeon Joo; Erik Hofer; Mark W. Newman
Situation-based indoor wayfinding system for the visually impaired BIBAFull-Text 35-42
  Eunjeong Ko; Jin Sun Ju; Eun Yi Kim
Navigation and obstacle avoidance help (NOAH) for older adults with cognitive impairment: a pilot study BIBAFull-Text 43-50
  Pooja Viswanathan; James J. Little; Alan K. Mackworth; Alex Mihailidis

Understanding users

Understanding the computer skills of adult expert users with down syndrome: an exploratory study BIBAFull-Text 51-58
  Jonathan Lazar; Libby Kumin; Jinjuan Heidi Feng
The vlogging phenomena: a deaf perspective BIBAFull-Text 59-66
  Ellen S. Hibbard; Deb I. Fels
Leveraging large data sets for user requirements analysis BIBAFull-Text 67-74
  Maria K. Wolters; Vicki L. Hanson; Johanna D. Moore

User-centric design

Humsher: a predictive keyboard operated by humming BIBAFull-Text 75-82
  Ondrej Polacek; Zdenek Mikovec; Adam J. Sporka; Pavel Slavik
ACES: aphasia emulation, realism, and the Turing test BIBAFull-Text 83-90
  Joshua Hailpern; Marina Danilevsky; Karrie Karahalios
We need to communicate!: helping hearing parents of deaf children learn American sign language BIBAFull-Text 91-98
  Kimberly A. Weaver; Thad Starner

Sign language comprehension

Evaluating importance of facial expression in American sign language and pidgin signed English animations BIBAFull-Text 99-106
  Matt Huenerfauth; Pengfei Lu; Andrew Rosenberg
Assessing the deaf user perspective on sign language avatars BIBAFull-Text 107-114
  Michael Kipp; Quan Nguyen; Alexis Heloir; Silke Matthes
Evaluating quality and comprehension of real-time sign language video on mobile phones BIBAFull-Text 115-122
  Jessica J. Tran; Joy Kim; Jaehong Chon; Eve A. Riskin; Richard E. Ladner; Jacob O. Wobbrock

Multimedia and TV

Annotation-based video enrichment for blind people: a pilot study on the use of earcons and speech synthesis BIBAFull-Text 123-130
  Benoît Encelle; Magali Ollagnier-Beldame; Stéphanie Pouchot; Yannick Prié
Developing accessible TV applications BIBAFull-Text 131-138
  José Coelho; Carlos Duarte; Pradipta Biswas; Patrick Langdon
Accessibility of 3D game environments for people with Aphasia: an exploratory study BIBAFull-Text 139-146
  Julia Galliers; Stephanie Wilson; Sam Muscroft; Jane Marshall; Abi Roper; Naomi Cocks; Tim Pring

Web accessibility

The interplay between web aesthetics and accessibility BIBAFull-Text 147-154
  Grace Mbipom; Simon Harper
How voice augmentation supports elderly web users BIBAFull-Text 155-162
  Daisuke Sato; Masatomo Kobayashi; Hironobu Takagi; Chieko Asakawa; Jiro Tanaka
Monitoring accessibility: large scale evaluations at a Geo political level BIBAFull-Text 163-170
  Silvia Mirri; Ludovico Antonio Muratori; Paola Salomoni

Mobile and ubiquitious UI

A mobile phone based personal narrative system BIBAFull-Text 171-178
  Rolf Black; Annalu Waller; Nava Tintarev; Ehud Reiter; Joseph Reddington
Blind people and mobile touch-based text-entry: acknowledging the need for different flavors BIBAFull-Text 179-186
  João Oliveira; Tiago Guerreiro; Hugo Nicolau; Joaquim Jorge; Daniel Gonçalves
Automatically generating tailored accessible user interfaces for ubiquitous services BIBAFull-Text 187-194
  Julio Abascal; Amaia Aizpurua; Idoia Cearreta; Borja Gamecho; Nestor Garay-Vitoria; Raúl Miñón

Supporting visual interaction

Improving calibration time and accuracy for situation-specific models of color differentiation BIBAFull-Text 195-202
  David R. Flatla; Carl Gutwin
Supporting blind photography BIBAFull-Text 203-210
  Chandrika Jayant; Hanjie Ji; Samuel White; Jeffrey P. Bigham
On the intelligibility of fast synthesized speech for individuals with early-onset blindness BIBAFull-Text 211-218
  Amanda Stent; Ann Syrdal; Taniya Mishra

Posters and demonstrations

A straight-talking case study BIBAFull-Text 219-220
  Annalu Waller; Suzanne Prior; Kathleen Cummins
A tactile-thermal display for haptic exploration of virtual paintings BIBAFull-Text 221-222
  Victoria E. Hribar; Dianne T. V. Pawluk
Access lecture: a mobile application providing visual access to classroom material BIBAFull-Text 223-224
  Stephanie Ludi; Alex Canter; Lindsey Ellis; Abhishek Shrestha
An integrated system for blind day-to-day life autonomy BIBAFull-Text 225-226
  Hugo Fernandes; José Faria; Hugo Paredes; João Barroso
Audio haptic videogaming for navigation skills in learners who are blind BIBAFull-Text 227-228
  Jaime Sánchez; Matías Espinoza
Automatic sign categorization using visual data BIBAFull-Text 229-230
  Marek Hruúz
Click control: improving mouse interaction for people with motor impairments BIBAFull-Text 231-232
  Christopher Kwan; Isaac Paquette; John J. Magee; Paul Y. Lee; Margrit Betke
Design of a bilateral vibrotactile feedback system for lateralization BIBAFull-Text 233-234
  Bernd Tessendorf; Daniel Roggen; Michael Spuhler; Thomas Stiefmeier; Gerhard Tröster; Tobias Grämer; Manuela Feilner; Peter Derleth
Displaying braille and graphics on a mouse-like tactile display BIBAFull-Text 235-236
  Patrick C. Headley; Victoria E. Hribar; Dianne T. V. Pawluk
Do multi-touch screens help visually impaired people to recognize graphics BIBAFull-Text 237-238
  Ikuko Eguchi Yairi; Kumi Naoe; Yusuke Iwasawa; Yusuke Fukushima
E-drawings as an evaluation method with deaf children BIBAFull-Text 239-240
  Ornella Mich
Enhancing social connections through automatically-generated online social network messages BIBAFull-Text 241-242
  John J. Magee; Christopher Kwan; Margrit Betke; Fletcher Hietpas
Evaluating information support system for visually impaired people with mobile touch screens and vibration BIBAFull-Text 243-244
  Takato Noguchi; Yusuke Fukushima; Ikuko Eguchi Yairi
Exploring iconographic interface in emergency for deaf BIBAFull-Text 245-246
  Tânia Pereira; Benjamim Fonseca; Hugo Paredes; Miriam Cabo
Future technology oriented scenarios on e-accessibility BIBAFull-Text 247-248
  Christos Kouroupetroglou; Adamantios Koumpis; Dimitris Papageorgiou
Guidelines for an accessible web automation interface BIBAFull-Text 249-250
  Yury Puzis; Eugene Borodin; Faisal Ahmed; Valentine Melnyk; I. V. Ramakrishnan
Helping children with cognitive disabilities through serious games: project CLES BIBAFull-Text 251-252
  Aarij Mahmood Hussaan; Karim Sehaba; Alain Mille
Improving accessibility for deaf people: an editor for computer assisted translation through virtual avatars BIBAFull-Text 253-254
  Davide Barberis; Nicola Garazzino; Paolo Prinetto; Gabriele Tiotto
Improving deaf accessibility in remote usability testing BIBAFull-Text 255-256
  Jerry Schnepp; Brent Shiver
In-vehicle assistive technology (IVAT) for drivers who have survived a traumatic brain injury BIBAFull-Text 257-258
  Julia DeBlasio Olsheski; Bruce N. Walker; Jeff McCloud
Increased accessibility to nonverbal communication through facial and expression recognition technologies for blind/visually impaired subjects BIBAFull-Text 259-260
  Douglas Astler; Harrison Chau; Kailin Hsu; Alvin Hua; Andrew Kannan; Lydia Lei; Melissa Nathanson; Esmaeel Paryavi; Michelle Rosen; Hayato Unno; Carol Wang; Khadija Zaidi; Xuemin Zhang; Cha-Min Tang
MICOO (multimodal interactive cubes for object orientation): a tangible user interface for the blind and visually impaired BIBAFull-Text 261-262
  Muhanad S. Manshad; Enrico Pontelli; Shakir J. Manshad
Mobile web on the desktop: simpler web browsing BIBAFull-Text 263-264
  Jeffery Hoehl; Clayton Lewis
Multi-modal dialogue system with sign language capabilities BIBAFull-Text 265-266
  Marek Hrúz; Pavel Campr; A Zdenek Krnoul; Milos Zelezný; Oya Aran; Pinar Santemiz
Multi-view platform: an accessible live classroom viewing approach for low vision students BIBAFull-Text 267-268
  Raja S. Kushalnagar; Stephanie A. Ludie; Poorna Kushalnagar
Note-taker 3.0: an assistive technology enabling students who are legally blind to take notes in class BIBAFull-Text 269-270
  David S. Hayden; Michael Astrauskas; Qian Yan; Liqing Zhou; John A., Jr. Black
Participatory design process for an in-vehicle affect detection and regulation system for various drivers BIBAFull-Text 271-272
  Mounghoon Jeon; Jason Roberts; Parameshwaran Raman; Jung-Bin Yim; Bruce N. Walker
Peer interviews: an adapted methodology for contextual understanding in user-centred design BIBAFull-Text 273-274
  Rachel Menzies; Annalu Waller; Helen Pain
Reading in multimodal environments: assessing legibility and accessibility of typography for television BIBAFull-Text 275-276
  Penelope Allen; Judith Garman; Ian Calvert; Jane Murison
Self-selection of accessibility options BIBAFull-Text 277-278
  Nithin Santhanam; Shari Trewin; Cal Swart; Padmanabhan Santhanam
Sensing human movement of mobility and visually impaired people BIBAFull-Text 279-280
  Yusuke Fukushima; Hiromasa Uematsu; Ryotarou Mitsuhashi; Hidetaka Suzuki; Ikuko Eguchi Yairi
Smartphone haptic feedback for nonvisual wayfinding BIBAFull-Text 281-282
  Shiri Azenkot; Richard E. Ladner; Jacob O. Wobbrock
Supporting deaf children's reading skills: the many challenges of text simplification BIBAFull-Text 283-284
  Chiara Vettori; Ornella Mich
TapBeats: accessible and mobile casual gaming BIBAFull-Text 285-286
  Joy Kim; Jonathan Ricaurte
The CHAMPION software project BIBAFull-Text 287-288
  Suzanne Prior; Annalu Waller; Thilo Kroll
The effect of hand strength on pointing performance of users for different input devices BIBAFull-Text 289-290
  Pradipta Biswas; Pat Langdon
Thought cubes: exploring the use of an inexpensive brain-computer interface on a mental rotation task BIBAFull-Text 291-292
  G. MIchael Poor; Laura Marie Leventhal; Scott Kelley; Jordan Ringenberg; Samuel D. Jaffee
Toward 3D scene understanding via audio-description: Kinect-iPad fusion for the visually impaired BIBAFull-Text 293-294
  Juan Diego Gomez; Sinan Mohammed; Guido Bologna; Thierry Pun
TypeInBraille: a braille-based typing application for touchscreen devices BIBAFull-Text 295-296
  Sergio Mascetti; Cristian Bernareggi; Matteo Belotti
Use of serious games for motivational balance rehabilitation of cerebral palsy patients BIBAFull-Text 297-298
  Biel Moyà Alcover; Antoni Jaume-i-Capó; Javier Varona; Pau Martinez-Bueso; Alejandro Mesejo Chiong
Using a game controller for text entry to address abilities and disabilities specific to persons with neuromuscular diseases BIBAFull-Text 299-300
  Torsten Felzer; Stephan Rinderknecht
Using accelerometers for the assessment of improved function due to postural support for individuals with cerebral palsy BIBAFull-Text 301-302
  Yu Iwasaki; Tetsuya Hirotomi; Annalu Waller
Using device models for analyzing user interaction problems BIBAFull-Text 303-304
  Matthias Schulz; Stefan Schmidt; Klaus-Peter Engelbrecht; Sebastian Möller
Voice banking and voice reconstruction for MND patients BIBAFull-Text 305-306
  Christophe Veaux; Junichi Yamagishi; Simon King
Web-based sign language synthesis and animation for on-line assistive technologies BIBAFull-Text 307-308
  A Zdenek Krnoul

Student research competition

Analyzing visual questions from visually impaired users BIBAFull-Text 309-310
  Erin L. Brady
Brazilian sign language multimedia hangman game: a prototype of an educational and inclusive application BIBAFull-Text 311-312
  Renata Cristina Barros Madeo
Developing for autism with user-centred design BIBAFull-Text 313-314
  Rachel Menzies
Fashion for the blind: a study of perspectives BIBAFull-Text 315-316
  Michele A. Burton
Improving public transit accessibility for blind riders: a train station navigation assistant BIBAFull-Text 317-318
  Markus Guentert
Kinerehab: a kinect-based system for physical rehabilitation: a pilot study for young adults with motor disabilities BIBAFull-Text 319-320
  Jun-Da Huang
Providing haptic feedback using the kinect BIBAFull-Text 321-322
  Brandon T. Shrewsbury
StopFinder: improving the experience of blind public transit riders with crowdsourcing BIBAFull-Text 323-324
  Sanjana Prasain
The Phonicstick: a joystick to generate novel words using phonics BIBAFull-Text 325-326
  Rolf Black
The TaskTracker: assistive technology for task completion BIBAFull-Text 327-328
  Victoria E. Hribar
Using a computer intervention to support phonological awareness development of nonspeaking adults BIBAFull-Text 329-330
  Ha Trinh
ZigADL: an ADL training system enabling teachers to assist children with intellectual disabilities BIBAFull-Text 331-332
  Zhi-Zhan Lu