ICCHP 2014

14th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs

July 09-11, 2014; Pre-Conference July 07-08, 2014

Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis; 2, Rue de la Liberté, 93200 Saint-Denis; France


Please note: The final order of presentations in thematic sessions might change. We expect authors/presenters to be available at least for the whole duration of their thematic session.
Also note that thematic sessions may last for more than one time slot!
Details can be found on the Session Overview page.

Track I Track II Track III Track IV

Track I

Time Slot G: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Web Accessibility - Quality Control and Best Practice (Chair: Dominique Burger, FR)

Web Accessibility - Quality Control and Best Practice - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Burger, D.

Proposal for a Structure Mark-Up Supporting Accessibility for the Next Generation (X)HTML-Standards[Full Paper]Nussbaum, G.

Improving Web Form Accessibility using Semantic XForms for People with Cognitive Impairments[Short Paper]Anjomshoaa, A.

Improving the Accessibility of Wikis - A basic analytical Framework[Full Paper]Taras, C.

Requirements of Users with Disabilities for e-Government Services in Greece[Full Paper]Margetis, G.

Tools for Deaf accessibility to an eGOV environment[Full Paper]Fotinea, S. E.

Time Slot H: 11:00 - 13:00

[CONTINUED] STS: Web Accessibility - Quality Control and Best Practice

Using Web Content Management Systems for Accessibility: The Experience of a Research Institute Portal[Full Paper]Burzagli, L.

Accessible online shops for the older generation and people with disabilities[Short Paper]Stenitzer, M.

WebGen System - Visually Impaired Users Create Web Pages[Full Paper]Bartek, L.

An accessible media player as a user agent for the Web[Full Paper]Mourouzis, A.

Usability and Accessibility on the Internet: Effects of accessible web design on Usability[Full Paper]Huber, W.

Exploratory Case Study Research on Web Accessibility[Full Paper]Leitner, M.-L.

Web Accessible and Mobile: The Relationship between Mobile Web Best Practices and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines[Short Paper]Chuter, A.

Track II

Time Slot G: 8:30 - 10:30

[CONTINUED] STS: Blind and Visually Impaired People: Human-Computer Interaction and Access to Graphics

Tacktile Graphics revised: The Novel BrailleDis 9000 Pin-Matrix device with Multitouch input[Full Paper]Völkl, T.

Sensitive Braille Displays with ATC Technology (Active Tactile Control) as a Tool for learning Braille[Full Paper]Kipke, S.

Dual Mode Fingertip Guiding Manipulator for Blind Persons enabling passive / active Line-Drawing explorations[Full Paper]Muamamar Najib, S.

Toward touching a Landscape in a Picture: Investigation of Grouping Strategy about tactile Images and Image Simplification Method[Full Paper]Shiose, T.

An off-Screen Model for Tactile Graphical User Interfaces[Full Paper]Kraus, M.

People with Disabilities: Speech Therapy and Sound Applications (Chair: A Min Tjoa, AT)

Applications for Proximity Sensors in Music and Sound Performance[Full Paper]Challis, B. P.

Time Slot H: 11:00 - 13:00

[CONTINUED] People with Disabilities: Speech Therapy and Sound Applications

EasyVoice: Breaking barriers for people with voice disabilities[Full Paper]Condado, P.

An experiment using personalised multimedia interfaces for speech therapy[Full Paper]George, J.

People with Disabilities: Service Provision (Chair: A Min Tjoa, AT)

Making an International Certificate Accessible[Full Paper]Leahy, D.

Effective application of Paro; Seal type robots for disabled people in according to ideas of occupational therapists[Short Paper]Inoue, K.

Which technology do we want? Ethical considerations about technical aids and assisting technology[Full Paper]Venter, A.

RESCHEDULED: Characteristics and Solutions of Digital Divide for People with Physical Impairments in Taiwan[Full Paper]Yeh, Y.-M.

Long-Time effect from deprived communication, information and orientation/mobility in individuals with acquired dual impairment and the need for ICT-Aids.[Short Paper]Cyrus, M.

Track III

Time Slot G: 8:30 - 10:30

[CONTINUED] STS: Skills vs. Abilities: Alternative Input and Communication Systems

GrooveWrite: A Molti-Proposed Stylus-Based Text Entry Method [Full Paper]Al Faray, K.

Interaction between a disabled person and a scanning communication aid: Towards an automatic adjustment of the scanning rate adapted to the user[Short Paper]Ghedira, S.

Investigation of Calibration Techniques in Video Based Eye Tracking System[Full Paper]Ramanauskas, N.

Text entry system based on a minimal scan matrix for severely physically handicapped people[Short Paper]Miro, J.

People with Disabilities: Software Accessibility (Chair: Andras Arato, HU)

Making Business Software Usable for Handicapped Employees[Full Paper]Hardt, A.

Quality processes and milestones for the development and monitoring of business software in the area of accessibility[Full Paper]Gani, D.

Accessibility of educational software: from evaluation to design guidelines[Full Paper]Besio, S.

Time Slot H: 11:00 - 13:00

[CONTINUED] People with Disabilities: Software Accessibility

How Can Java Be Made Blind-Friendly[Full Paper]Markus, N.

Requirements for a Method of Software Accessibility Conformity Assessment[Full Paper]Martínez, L.

STS: Accessible Tourisme (Chair: Franz Pühretmair, AT)

Accessible Tourisme - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Pühretmair, F.

How to Inform People with Reduced Mobility about Public Transport[Full Paper]Bühler, C.

A Flexible Concept to Establish Accessibility Information in Tourism Web-Pages[Full Paper]Pühretmair, F.

(e-)Accessibility Research from the Perspective of the Tourism, Sport and Leisure Industries –- Selected Project Results and Future Focus of the e-Motion Competence Centre[Full Paper]Lassnig, M.

Track IV

Time Slot G: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: (Users need Standards)^2 - Users need standards need users (Chair: Christian Bühler, DE) - Detailed Programm of STS

Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Bühler, C.

Users with disabilities and standards[Full Paper]Bühler, C.

NOT CONFIRMED: Relevance of Standards form a user perspective[Presentation]n.n.

Insight into standardisation from a standardiser’s perspective[Presentation]Mosies, C.

Using public procurement to ensure that accessible ICT Products and Services are available for all European Citizens (ETSI HF STF 333)[Full Paper]Hodgkinson, R.

AT and DFA standardisation: What is currently going on?[Short Paper]Engelen, J.

User Empowerment in Standardisation[Presentation]Soede, T.

STS: Entertainment software accessibility (Chairs: Dominique Archambault, FR; Roland Ossmann, AT)

Towards generalised accessibility of computer games - Introduction to the Special Thematic Session[Presentation]Archambault, D.

A Computer Game Designed for All[Full Paper]Ossmann, R.

MP3 players and Audio games: An alternative to portable video games console for visually impaired players[Full Paper]Sepchat, A.

Time Slot H: 11:00 - 13:00

[CONTINUED] STS: Entertainment software accessibility

Non-visual Gameplay: Making Board Games Easy and Fun[Full Paper]Evreinova, T. V.

An Accessible Viewer for Digital Comic Books[Full Paper]Ponsard, C.

Flexible and simple user interfaces in entertaining software[Full Paper]Tollefsen, M.

Profiling robot-mediated play for children with disabilities through ICF-CY: The example of the European project IROMEC[Full Paper]Besio, S.

Artificial ANTS and Dynamical adaptation of accessible games level[Full Paper]Sepchat, A.

Accessibility Issues in Game-Like Interfaces[Short Paper]Ossmann, R.

ICCHP is a series of biannual scientific conferences in the field of ICT/AT for people with disabilities run in co-operation with the Johannes Kepler University, Linz and the Austrian Computer Society

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