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UAIS Tables of Contents: 01020304050607080910111213

Universal Access in the Information Society 2

Editors:Constantine Stephanidis
Publisher:Springer Verlag
Standard No:ISSN 1615-5289 (print); 1615-5297 (electronic)
Links:Table of Contents
  1. UAIS 2002 Volume 2 Issue 1
  2. UAIS 2003 Volume 2 Issue 2
  3. UAIS 2003 Volume 2 Issue 3
  4. UAIS 2003 Volume 2 Issue 4

UAIS 2002 Volume 2 Issue 1

Universal Access and Inclusion in Design BIBFull-Text 1-2
  Julie A. Jacko; Vicki L. Hanson
Design for older and disabled people - where do we go from here? BIBAKFull-Text 3-7
  A. F. Newell; P. Gregor
A multimedia social interaction service for inclusive community living: Initial user trials BIBAKFull-Text 8-17
  N. Hine; J. L. Arnott
The use of cursor measures for motion-impaired computer users BIBAKFull-Text 18-29
  S. Keates; F. Hwang; P. Langdon; P. J. Clarkson; P. Robinson
Speech-based cursor control: understanding the effects of target size, cursor speed, and command selection BIBAKFull-Text 30-43
  A. Sears; M. Lin; A. S. Karimullah
Extending keyboard adaptability: An investigation BIBAKFull-Text 44-55
  S. Trewin
Intelligent non-visual navigation of complex HTML structures BIBAKFull-Text 56-69
  E. Pontelli; D. Gillan; G. Gupta; A. Karshmer; E. Saad; W. Xiong
Distributed accessibility control points help deliver a directly accessible Web BIBAKFull-Text 70-75
  Peter G. Fairweather; John T. Richards; Vicki L. Hanson
Foundation for improved interaction by individuals with visual impairments through multimodal feedback BIBAKFull-Text 76-87
  H. S. Vitense; J. A. Jacko; V. K. Emery

UAIS 2003 Volume 2 Issue 2


Multimodality: a step towards universal access BIBFull-Text 89-90
  Noelle Carbonell

Special issue on multimodality: a step towards universal access

Flexible and robust multimodal interfaces for universal access BIBAKFull-Text 91-95
  S. Oviatt
Universal multimedia information access BIBAKFull-Text 96-104
  Mark T. Maybury
Evaluation of multimodal graphs for blind people BIBAKFull-Text 105-124
  Wai Yu; Stephen Brewster
Multimodality and interactional differences in older adults BIBAKFull-Text 125-133
  Mary Zajicek; Wesley Morrissey
Designing for pen and speech input in an object-action framework: the case of email BIBAKFull-Text 134-142
  David V. Keyson; Marc de Hoogh; Jans Aasman
Towards the design of usable multimodal interaction languages BIBAKFull-Text 143-159
  Noelle Carbonell
How do colors influence the haptic perception of textured surfaces? BIBAKFull-Text 160-172
  Zhaowu Luo; Atsumi Imamiya
Loosely-coupled approach towards multi-modal browsing BIBAKFull-Text 173-188
  Jan Kleindienst; Ladislav Seredi; Pekka Kapanen; Janne Bergman
Accessing information through multimodal 3D environments: towards universal access BIBAKFull-Text 189-204
  Fabio Pittarello

UAIS 2003 Volume 2 Issue 3

Special issue on countering design exclusion

Guest editorial BIBFull-Text 205-206
  Simeon Keates; P. John Clarkson
A commercial perspective on universal access and assistive technology: towards implementation BIBAKFull-Text 207-214
  J. Coy
Countering design exclusion: bridging the gap between usability and accessibility BIBAKFull-Text 215-225
  S. Keates; P. J. Clarkson
Issues surrounding the user-centred development of a new interactive memory aid BIBAKFull-Text 226-234
  E. A. Inglis; A. Szymkowiak; P. Gregor; A. F. Newell; N. Hine; P. Shah; B. A. Wilson; J. Evans
Designing assistive technologies for medication regimes in care settings BIBAKFull-Text 235-242
  K. Cheverst; K. Clarke; G. Dewsbury; T. Hemmings; S. Kember; T. Rodden; M. Rouncefield
Bridging the educational divide BIBAKFull-Text 243-254
  M. Pieper; H. Morasch; G. Piela
Design issues encountered in the development of a mobile multimedia augmentative communication service BIBAKFull-Text 255-264
  N. Hine; J. L. Arnott; D. Smith
Online help for the general public: specific design issues and recommendations BIBAFull-Text 265-279
  A. Capobianco; N. Carbonell
Why are eye mice unpopular? A detailed comparison of head and eye controlled assistive technology pointing devices BIBAKFull-Text 280-290
  R. Bates; H. O. Istance

UAIS 2003 Volume 2 Issue 4

Intelligent agents for the management of complexity in multimodal biometrics BIBAKFull-Text 293-304
  F. Deravi; M. C. Fairhurst; R. M. Guest; N. J. Mavity; A. M. D. Canuto
Elderly Japanese computer users: assessing changes in usage, attitude, and skill transfer over a one-year period BIBAKFull-Text 305-314
  Hiroyuki Umemuro; Yoshiko Shirokane
Social capital and access BIBAKFull-Text 315-330
  Mark Warschauer
Web accessibility in the Mid-Atlantic United States: a study of 50 homepages BIBAKFull-Text 331-341
  Jonathan Lazar; Patricia Beere; Kisha-Dawn Greenidge; Yogesh Nagappa
Using consensus methods to construct adaptive interfaces in multimodal web-based systems BIBAKFull-Text 342-358
  Ngoc Thanh Nguyen; Janusz Sobecki
Communication via eye blinks and eyebrow raises: video-based human-computer interfaces BIBAKFull-Text 359-373
  K. Grauman; M. Betke; J. Lombardi; J. Gips; G. R. Bradski
How level and type of deafness affect user perception of multimedia video clips BIBAKFull-Text 374-386
  S. R. Gulliver; G. Ghinea