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Proceedings of the 2001 EC/NSF Workshop on Universal Accessibility of Ubiquitous Computing

Fullname:Proceedings of the 2001 EC/NSF Workshop on Universal Accessibility of Ubiquitous Computing: Providing for the Elderly
Editors:Rachelle Heller
Location:Alcácer do Sal, Portugal
Dates:2001-May-22 to 2001-May-25
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN 1-58113-424-X; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: WUAUC01
Papers:25
Pages:132
  1. Workshop report
  2. Institutional and web activities
  3. Tools and techniques for interaction
  4. Vision impairment and related assistive technologies
  5. Other impairments and rehabilitation technologies
  6. Legal, social, theoretical and fundamental aspects

Workshop report

EC/NSF workshop on universal accessibility of ubiquitous computing: providing for the elderly event report BIBAKFull-Text 1-10
  Rachelle Heller; Joaquim Jorge; Richard Guedj

Institutional and web activities

NSF funding for research on universal access BIBFull-Text 11-13
  Ephraim P. Glinert
Web access for elderly citizens BIBAKFull-Text 14-18
  Vicki L. Hanson
The national initiative for people with special needs in the information society: the elderly, people with disabilities and long-term bed-ridden BIBAKFull-Text 19-23
  Helena Abecasis; Jorge Fernandes
Involving all in design for all BIBAKFull-Text 24-25
  Leon van Noorden

Tools and techniques for interaction

Challenges for multimodal interfaces towards anyone anywhere accessibility: a position paper BIBAKFull-Text 26-27
  Pedro Branco
Use of the multimedia taxonomy for a research direction into design and evaluation of materials for the elderly BIBAKFull-Text 28-30
  Rachelle S. Heller
A neuroscience-based design of intelligent tools for the elderly and disabled BIBAKFull-Text 31-36
  Tohru Ifukube
Ubiquitous computing and AI towards an inclusive society BIBAKFull-Text 37-40
  Daniel Jorge Viegas Gonçalves
EMBASSI: multimodal assistance for universal access to infotainment and service infrastructures BIBAKFull-Text 41-50
  Thomas Kirste; Thorsten Herfet; Michael Schnaider
Delivering instructions for inherently-3D construction tasks: lessons and questions for universal accessibility BIBAKFull-Text 51-55
  Laura Leventhal
Broadband access technologies BIBAFull-Text 56-59
  J. Velez; A. Lourenço; C. Pechirra; L. Almeida

Vision impairment and related assistive technologies

Interface design for older adults BIBAKFull-Text 60-65
  Mary Zajicek
Adaptive tools for the elderly: new devices to cope with age-induced cognitive disabilities BIBAKFull-Text 66-70
  Joaquim A. Jorge

Other impairments and rehabilitation technologies

Designing robust multimodal systems for universal access BIBAFull-Text 71-74
  Sharon Oviatt
Electromyography based human-computer-interface to induce movement in elderly persons with movement impairments BIBAKFull-Text 75-79
  Krista Coleman
Development of a new robotic interface for telerehabilitation BIBAKFull-Text 80-83
  Corinna E. Lathan; Sharon Malley
Open syntax: improving access for all users BIBAKFull-Text 84-89
  Robert J. K. Jacob
Designing for dynamic diversity: making accessible interfaces for older people BIBAKFull-Text 90-92
  Peter Gregor; Alan F. Newell
Universal access to mobile telephony as a way to enhance the autonomy of elderly people BIBAKFull-Text 93-99
  Julio Abascal; Antón Civit

Legal, social, theoretical and fundamental aspects

Designing user interfaces for severely handicapped persons BIBAKFull-Text 100-106
  João Brisson Lopes
Some reflections on IT BIBAKFull-Text 107-110
  J. Unji Yamaguchi
Law and regulation to include elderly in innovations stream BIBAKFull-Text 111-114
  Richard A. Guedj
One content, three devices, the same need: access to information by people with special needs BIBAKFull-Text 115-119
  Jorge Fernandes
Assessment of metaphor efficacy in user interfaces for the elderly: a tentative model for enhancing accessibility BIBAKFull-Text 120-124
  Muna Khalil Yousef