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ICCHP'94: International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs

Fullname:ICCHP'94: Computers for Handicapped Persons: 4th International Conference
Editors:Wolfgang L. Zagler; Geoffrey Busby; Roland R. Wagner
Location:Vienna, Austria
Dates:1994-Sep-14 to 1994-Sep-16
Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Series:Lecture Notes in Computer Science 860
Standard No:DOI: 10.1007/3-540-58476-5; ISBN: 978-3-540-58476-6 (print), 978-3-540-48989-4 (online); hcibib: ICCHP94
Papers:97
Pages:620
Links:Online Proceedings
  1. Opening Session
  2. Blindness -- Graphical User Interfaces I
  3. Technology and Deafness
  4. Remote Control, Smart Environments
  5. Blindness -- Graphical User Interfaces II
  6. Human Computer Interfaces, I/0 Devices I
  7. Automatic Control and Robotics
  8. Blindness -- Screen Readers
  9. Human Computer Interfaces, I/O Devices II
  10. Short Reports: Activities
  11. Blindness -- Access to Documents I
  12. Vision Impairment and Higher Education
  13. Short Reports: Vocation and the Workplace
  14. Blindness -- Access to Documents II
  15. Disability and Higher Education
  16. Information Systems on Rehabilitation Technology
  17. Blindness -- Access to Math and Software Engineering
  18. Medical and Clinical Aspects I
  19. Speech Impairment -- Alternative Communication I
  20. Blindness -- New Applications of Sound Signals
  21. Medical and Clinical Aspects II
  22. Speech Impairment -- Alternative Communication II
  23. Blindness -- Tactile Output Devices
  24. Technology Support in Mainstream Education
  25. Short Reports: Human Computer Interfaces
  26. Short Reports: Education
  27. Technology and Low Vision
  28. Computer Aided Learning, Authoring Systems
  29. Telecommunication and Satellite Navigation
  30. Blindness -- Tactile Reading and Writing
  31. Technology and Disabled Children
  32. Late Papers

Opening Session

Communications and information technology for persons with disabilities -- The Canadian national strategy as an example BIBAFull-Text 1-8
  Mary Frances Laughton

Blindness -- Graphical User Interfaces I

An intelligent information system for blind people -- AI technology and philosophical aspects BIBAFull-Text 9-15
  Thomas Kieninger; Norbert Kuhn; Kerstin Seidenschwann; Werner Weiss
Adapting graphical user interfaces for use by visually handicapped computer users: Current results and continuing research BIBAFull-Text 16-24
  Arthur I. Karshmer; Bill Ogden; Pres Brawner; Karlis Kaugars; George Reiswig
Training blind people in the use of graphical user interfaces BIBAFull-Text 25-31
  Gerhard Weber; Helen Petrie; Dirk Kochanek; Sarah Morley

Technology and Deafness

Artificial visual speech synchronized with a speech synthesis system BIBAFull-Text 32-37
  H. H. Bothe; E. A. Wieden
Notational representation of sign language: A structural description of hand configuration BIBAFull-Text 38-45
  Jintae Lee
Further advances in real-time voice to text with steno interpreters BIBAFull-Text 46-50
  Jonathan E. Oakey

Remote Control, Smart Environments

A uniform control interface for various electronic aids BIBAFull-Text 51-58
  Christian Bühler; Helmut Heck; Rainer Wallbruch
An integrated system for communication and equipments control using radio link BIBAFull-Text 59-64
  Alberto Tronconi; Marco Billi
Autonomy -- A flexible and easy-to-use assistive system to support the independence of handicapped and elderly persons BIBAFull-Text 65-75
  Christian Flachberger; Paul Panek; Wolfgang L. Zagler

Blindness -- Graphical User Interfaces II

Screen Reader/2 -- Programmed access to the GUI BIBAFull-Text 76-88
  Jim Thatcher
Designing an offscreen model for a GUI BIBAFull-Text 89-95
  Dirk Kochanek
Screen reader for Windows based on speech output BIBAFull-Text 96-100
  Paolo Graziani; Bruno Breschi

Human Computer Interfaces, I/0 Devices I

The New Wireless LinguControl BIBAFull-Text 101-105
  Walter Schmitt; Werner Zang
The FeelMouse: Making computer screens feelable BIBAFull-Text 106-113
  W. Kerstner; G. Pigel; M. Tscheligi
Unexpected benefits of Voice Type computing BIBAFull-Text 115-119
  Douglas R. Bowes

Automatic Control and Robotics

Robot control methods using the RAID workstation BIBAFull-Text 120-128
  Håkan Eftring
The ultrasonic navigating robot, WALKY BIBAFull-Text 129-135
  Håkan Neveryd; Gunnar Bolmsjö
NavChair: An example of a shared-control system for assistive technologies BIBAFull-Text 136-143
  Simon P. Levine; David A. Bell; Yoram Koren

Blindness -- Screen Readers

Using spatial audio for the enhanced presentation of synthesised speech within screen-readers for blind computer users BIBAFull-Text 144-153
  Kai Crispien; Wolfgang Würz; Gerhard Weber
Multimodal concept for a new generation of screen reader BIBAFull-Text 154-161
  Nadine Vigouroux; Bernard Oriola
Auditory extension of user interfaces BIBFull-Text 162-163
  Andrea R. Kennel

Human Computer Interfaces, I/O Devices II

An attempt to define fully-accessible workstation levels of accessibility BIBAFull-Text 164-169
  R. J. Cooper; Jeffrey C. Senge
Graz Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) II BIBAFull-Text 170-176
  J. Kalcher; D. Flotzinger; S. Gölly; Ch. Neuper; G. Pfurtscheller
Human-computer interfacing for the severely physically disabled BIBAFull-Text 177-184
  A. D. Cherry; M. S. Hawley; M. Freeman; P. A. Cudd

Short Reports: Activities

Day and assessment training technology centres BIBAFull-Text 185-188
  Geoffrey Busby
The North America association of rehabilitation programs in computer technology seeks to network with other training programs BIBAFull-Text 189-191
  Robert J. Leneway
Disability and rehabilitation database in Chinese language BIBAFull-Text 192-194
  Li Quankai; Guo Ming
Toward a single global market for assistive technology BIBAFull-Text 195-197
  Joseph P. Lane

Blindness -- Access to Documents I

Using structure within electronic documents to make editors more accessible BIBAFull-Text 198-205
  Nick Ayres; Tom Wesley
Distinguishing pattern-types in printed documents BIBAFull-Text 206-213
  Georg Lokowandt; Waltraud Schweikhardt
Structuring documents: the key to increasing access to information for the print disabled BIBAFull-Text 214-221
  Bart Bauwens; Jan Engelen; Filip Evenepoel; Chris Tobin; Tom Wesley

Vision Impairment and Higher Education

Study Center for Visually Impaired Persons supportive system for blind and partially sighted Students at the University of Karlsruhe/Germany BIBAFull-Text 222-228
  Joachim Klaus
Support Centre for Visually impaired Students BIBAFull-Text 229-235
  Ludmila Moravcíková
Educational endeavour "Computer Science for the Blind" state of the art and experiences in supporting visually handicapped students BIBAFull-Text 236-243
  Roland Wagner; Bernhard Stöger; Klaus Miesenberger
Modellversuch "Informatik für Blinde" BIBFull-Text 244-245
  Bernhard Stöger; Klaus Miesenberger

Short Reports: Vocation and the Workplace

Cottage industry at NewLink BIBAFull-Text 246-248
  K. M. S. Barnes; R. W. Jotham; C. I. G. Sherman
Telework for Handicapped people: an experience BIBAFull-Text 249-251
  Marco Zampiceni
Ableprofessionals: A recruiting and accommodation service for Atlanta employers BIBAFull-Text 252-254
  J. Hunter Ramseur; Lee S. Gardner; Darcy S. Painter

Blindness -- Access to Documents II

"NewsReader" -- a comfortable digital newspaper and bookreading system BIBAFull-Text 255-261
  Peter Resele; Wolfgang Resele
Digital talking books -- a report from a practical, ongoing project BIBAFull-Text 262-268
  Kjell Hansson; Lars Sönnebo; Jan Lindholm
The electronic kiosk accessing newspapers with electronic media BIBAFull-Text 269-273
  Arnold Schneider; Cleto Pescia

Disability and Higher Education

Students support services at a scientific university BIBAFull-Text 274-280
  Claude Decoret; Laurent De Berti
Assistive technology in us higher education: The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater experience BIBAFull-Text 281-287
  John D. Truesdale; Connie Wiersma
Leadership and Technology Management (LTM) the strategic management of technology in a consumer-driven environment BIBFull-Text 288-290
  Harry J. Murphy

Information Systems on Rehabilitation Technology

Multimedia information system on assistive devices BIBAFull-Text 291-296
  R. Andrich
REHA -- A multimedia system to learn about IT-systems for disabled persons BIBAFull-Text 297-304
  O. Rienhoff; H. Wittchow
Introducing voice control -- Widening the perspective BIBAKFull-Text 305-312
  Ian French; Philip Halford; Jill Hewitt; John Sapsford-Francis

Blindness -- Access to Math and Software Engineering

Mathtalk: The design of an interface for reading algebra using speech BIBAFull-Text 313-320
  Robert Stevens; Alistair Edwards
A method of access to computer aided software engineering (CASE) tools for blind software engineers BIBAFull-Text 321-328
  Paul Blenkhorn; David Gareth Evans

Medical and Clinical Aspects I

Automatic image processing in developmental testing of visual-motor integration BIBAFull-Text 329-335
  M. C. Fairhurst; N. Higson; C. Clar; R. Bradford; W. Clark; E. Pringle
Computer neuropsychological training in mentally retarded children BIBAFull-Text 336-341
  Enrico Castelli; Geraldina Poggi; Cristina Ferraroli; Vittoria Trebeschi
Computer training in cognitive remediation of the traumatic head injured BIBFull-Text 342-349
  Jack Rattok

Speech Impairment -- Alternative Communication I

Computer utilisation for speaking re-education BIBAFull-Text 350-354
  Radu V. Ciupa; Alexandra A. Ciupa; Emil Simion
The effectiveness of the Intonation Meter for teaching intonation to deaf persons BIBAFull-Text 355-362
  Gerard W. Spaai; Dik. J. Hermes; Esther S. Derksen; Paul A. Kaufholz
Application of Artificial Intelligence methods in a word-prediction aid BIBAFull-Text 363-370
  Nestor Garay-Vitoria; Julio González-Abascal
Speech therapy, new developments and results in LingWare BIBAFull-Text 371-378
  Wolfgang Grießl; F. J. Stachowiak

Blindness -- New Applications of Sound Signals

Projective display of document information by parametric sound beam BIBAFull-Text 379-384
  Yoshimichi Yonezawa; Hideki Nonaka; Kazunori Itoh; Masami Hashimoto
Synthesizing non-speech sound to support blind and visually impaired computer users BIBAKFull-Text 385-393
  A. Darvishi; V. Guggiana; E. Munteanu; H. Schauer; M. Motavalli; M. Rauterberg
Stereo sound board for real time auditory coding of visual information BIBFull-Text 394-395
  C. Faïk; C. Capelle; C. Halet; C. Trullemans; C. Veraart

Medical and Clinical Aspects II

DHT -- Diary handy terminal -- for evaluating fluctuations in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) BIBAFull-Text 396-402
  M. M. Pinter; R. J. Helscher; H. Binder
Development of the system to teach the bedsore prevention method for wheelchair users BIBAFull-Text 403-408
  Hiroyuki Koyama; Takashi Komeda; Tateki Uchida; Masao Miyagi; Kikuo Kanaya; Sadae Kuroiwa; Susumu Otsuka; Hiroyasu Funakubo
Development of the bedsore alarm system using microcomputer for wheelchair users BIBFull-Text 409
  Takashi Komeda; Hiroyuki Koyama; Tateki Uchida; Masao Miyagi; Kikuo Kanaya; Sadae Kuroiwa; Susumu Otsuka; Hiroyasu Funakubo
A case study of computer analysis of the arthritic user in rehabilitation engineering BIBAFull-Text 410
  G. Jeffries; D. K. Wright; N. Rogers; K. Leibrandt
Evaluation of Ergolab BIBAFull-Text 411-412
  Monique Noirhomme-Fraiture; Luc Goffinet; Clairette Charrière

Speech Impairment -- Alternative Communication II

Dynamic displays: the changing face of augmentative communication BIBAFull-Text 413-420
  Walter S. Woltosz
BLISSVOX -- Voice output communication system for teaching, rehabilitation, and communication BIBAFull-Text 421-428
  G. Olaszy; S. L. Kálmán; P. Olaszi
Access to the text component of multimedia conversation services for non-speaking people with severe physical disabilities BIBAFull-Text 429-436
  N. A. Hine; W. Beattie; A. McKinlay; J. L. Arnott
Protocolling the TINATEL-System: A contribution for long term evaluation of an AAC-system for speech impaired persons to access the public telephone network BIBAFull-Text 437-446
  Paul Panek

Blindness -- Tactile Output Devices

The conventional Braille display state of the art and future perspectives BIBAFull-Text 447-454
  Bernhard Stöger; Klaus Miesenberger
The concept of a full screen tactile display (FSTD) driven by electrochemical reactions BIBAFull-Text 455-460
  Ryszard Kowalik; Irena Postawka
Displaying laterally moving tactile information BIBAFull-Text 461-468
  Joerg Fricke; Helmut Baehring
A new architecture conception for a two dimensional tactile display BIBFull-Text 469-470
  Bertold Schulz

Technology Support in Mainstream Education

Tactison: a multimedia learning tool for blind children BIBAFull-Text 471-478
  Burger Dominique; Bouraoui Amina; Mazurier Christian; Cesarano Serge; Sagot Jack
Fortec's efforts to support mainstream education through research and technology development BIBAFull-Text 479-486
  F. P. Seiler; J. Haider; P. Mayer; W. L. Zagler
Providing assistive technology training to a rural school of education through an in-direct service strategy BIBAFull-Text 487-492
  Melissa Salem Darrow; W. Scott Thomson

Short Reports: Human Computer Interfaces

The CORES project BIBAFull-Text 493-495
  P. A. Cudd; M. Freeman; R. B. Yates; A. J. Wilson; M. P. Cooke; M. S. Hawley
Real time HCI and limits of human performance BIBAFull-Text 496-498
  V. Risak

Short Reports: Education

Computer and Computer Communication Guidance Centre for the Disabled BIBAFull-Text 499-500
  P. D. Bhalerao
Assistive technology in the public schools BIBAFull-Text 501-503
  M. Shannon McCord
ADAMLAB Educational agency designs Voice Output Communication Aid BIBAFull-Text 504-506
  Gregory A. Turner

Technology and Low Vision

Large print desktop-publishing by PC for the partially sighted BIBAFull-Text 507-517
  Ulrich Zeun
A new approach in designing low vision aids (LVA) BIBAFull-Text 518-525
  Berry P. L. M. den Brinker

Computer Aided Learning, Authoring Systems

Multimedia authoring systems for constructing education packages for Special Needs Education BIBAFull-Text 526-532
  J. Fowler; S. Swales
Computer-aided Instruction with blind persons on an audio-tactile basis BIBAFull-Text 533-539
  Paul Nater; Thomas Thale
Authoring software in special education BIBAFull-Text 540-549
  Panayiota G. Smirni; Pearl Brereton

Telecommunication and Satellite Navigation

Radio computer communications network for disabled people BIBAFull-Text 550-555
  András Arató; Teréz Vaspöri
An investigation of Global Positioning System (GPS) technology for disabled people BIBAFull-Text 556-562
  Paul Blenkhorn; David Gareth Evans; Stephen Pettitt
Telecommunity telecommunication for persons with mental retardation -- A Swedish perspective BIBAFull-Text 563-568
  Jane Brodin

Blindness -- Tactile Reading and Writing

Tactile-audio user interface for blind persons BIBAFull-Text 569-574
  Hiroki Minagawa; Noboru Ohnishi; Noboru Sugie
Computer-aided access to tactile graphics for the blind BIBAFull-Text 575-581
  Jürgen Lötzsch
Braille reader BIBAFull-Text 582-589
  Yasuhiko Ogawa; Yoshinobu Kikuchi; Nobuyuki Ohtake

Technology and Disabled Children

Computer camp for the handicapped and their family members BIBAFull-Text 590-595
  Vanja R. Kiswarday
SMLLSTPS: the software version of the Macquarie Program, a computerized child assessment system BIBAFull-Text 596-605
  Erik de Graaf

Late Papers

Development and use of a speech recognition system for physically handicapped users BIBAFull-Text 606-614
  James Monaghan; Christine Cheepen
Head mounted accelerometers in the control of a video cursor BIBFull-Text 615
  E. Gallasch; D. Rafolt; T. Kenner
Computer assisted training programme for early intervention for children with mental retardation BIBAFull-Text 616-620
  Marshal V. Krishnaswamy