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

Videostreams

Wednesday / Thursday / Friday

  

     Videostream Welcome Cocktail (13th July 19:00- )
     Videostream Opening Session (14th July 09:00-09.30)
     Videostream Keynote 1 (14th July 09:30-10.30)
     Videostream Keynote 2 (15th July 11:00-12:30)
     Videostream Gala Evening (15th July 19:00-...)
     Videostream Keynote 3 and Panel Discussion (16th July 14:00-16:00)

 

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

Track I

 

Session A: 11:00 - 13:00

STS: Design for Adaptive Content Processing (Chair: David Crombie, Utrecht School of the Arts, NL)
Darvishy, A.: A Flexible Software Architecture Concept for the Creation of Accessible PDF Documents
McMullen, D.: Combining Web Services and DAISY for the Production and Delivery of Audio Tactile Diagrams
Strobbe, C.: Generating DAISY Books from OpenOffice.org
Feilmayr, C.: Guided Generation and Evaluation of Accessible Scalable Vector Graphics
Ruemer, R.: Improving the Re-Digitization Process by Using Software With Automatic Metadata Detection
Ruemer, R.: New Production and Delivery System for Pupils with Disabilities in Austria as Chance for Higher Quality Output
Bernier, A.: Wiki, a new way to produce accessible documents

 

Session B: 14:00 - 16:00

STS: Digital Access to Documents for People with Print Disabilities (Chairs: Jan Engelen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, B; Dominique Burger, UPMC-INSERM, Association BrailleNet, F)
Leporini, B.: Accessing Google Docs via Screen Reader
Oslejsek, R.: Annotating and Describing Pictures -- Applications in E-learning and Accessibility of Graphics (Extended Abstract)
Wagner, A.: Collaboratively Generated Content on the Audio-Tactile Map
Frees, B.: Generating Braille from OpenOffice.org
Gardner, J.: DAISY in the Mainstream - Kindergarten Books and Rocket Science Journals
Engelen, J.: E-books and audiobooks: what about their accessibility?
Ball, S.: e-Books and Inclusion - dream come true or nightmare unending?
Ballieu Christensen, L.: Exploiting the Daisy format for automated, single-source Braille publishing

 

Session C: 16:30 - 18:30

[CONTINUED] STS: Digital Access to Documents for People with Print Disabilities
Schmitz, B.: Making Digital Maps Accessible Using Vibrations
Kipke, S.: New concepts of PC interaction for blind User based on Braille Displays with ATC Technology (Active Tactile Control)
Fujiyoshi, A.: New Testing Method for the Dyslexic and the Newly Blind with a Digital Audio Player and Document Structure Diagrams
Abu Doush, I.; Pontelli, E.: Non-visual Navigation of Spreadsheet Tables
Tazawa, N.: Rapid Listening of DAISY Digital Talking Books by Speech-Rate Conversion Technology for People with Visual Impairments
Leporini, B.: Accessing Google Docs via Screen Reader
Mueller, K.: Sonification of ASCII Circuit Diagrams

Track II

 

Session A: 11:00 - 13:00

HCI and Non Classical Interfaces (Chair: Jaime Sánchez, University of Chile, CL)
Neff, F.: Accelerometer & Spatial Audio Technology: Making Touch-Screen Mobile Devices Accessible
Merino, M.: Customizable software interface for monitoring applications
Magee, J.: HAIL: Hierarchical Adaptive Interface Layout
Rodriguez-Ascaso, A.: Inclusive E-Services for all: Identifying Accessibility Requirements for Upcoming Interaction Technologies
Atkinson, M.: Towards accessible interactions with pervasive interfaces, based on human capabilities
Mazurek, P.: Towards to Real-time System with Optimization Based Approach for EOG and Blinking Signals Separation for Human Computer Interaction

 

Session B: 14:00 - 16:00

HCI: Software Accessibility and Social Interaction (Chair: Dónal Fitzpatrick, Dublin City University, IE)
George, J.: A Social Approach to Accessible Social Networking using the CAT model
Kouroupetroglou, G.: An Open Source / Freeware Assistive Technology Software Inventory
Chen, M.: Assessing the Mouse Proficiency through Multiple Indicators
Oikonomou, T.: Designing and Developing Accessible Java Swing Applications
Masuda, F.: Effects of Visual Stimuli on Communication Assistive Method with Sympathetic Skin Response
Van Hees, K.: PUIR: Parallel User Interface Rendering
Holone, H.: Transient Cooperation in Social Applications for accessibility mapping

 

Session C: 16:30 - 18:30

HCI for Blind and Visually Handicapped People (Chair: Alireza Darvishy, Zurich University Of Applied Sciences, CH)
Plhák, J.: A Context-Based Grammar Generation in Mixed Initiative Dialogue System for Visually Impaired
Kosikowski, L.: Binocular Vision Impairments Therapy Supported By Contactless Eye-gaze Tracking System
Pucher, M.: Design and development of spoken dialog systems incorporating speech synthesis of Viennese varieties
Schiewe, M.: Inspired by Sharp Vision: The Full HD Desktop Video Magnifier "Eagle"
Imai, A.: Methods for the Visually Impaired to Retrieve Audio Information Efficiently
Nishizawa, T.: Realization of Direct Manipulation for Visually Impaired on Touch Panel Interface
Bigham, J.: WebTrax: Visualizing Non-Visual Web Interactions

Track III

 

Session A: 11:00 - 13:00

Deaf People: AT for Sign Language (Chair: Hans-Heinrich Bothe, Technical University of Berlin, D)
Tiotto, G.: A Platform for Sign Language Corpus Creation Based on Speech Recognition
Debevc, M.: Accessible Sign Language Video Retrieval on the Web
Hosono, N.: Context Analysis of Universal Communication through Local Sign Languages
Al-Khalifa, H.: Introducing Arabic Sign Language for Mobile Phones
Jaballah, K.: Toward automatic Sign Language recognition from Web3D based scenes

 

Session B: 14:00 - 16:00

Deaf and Hard of Hearing People: Accessible Informatioin and Education (Chair: Erkki Kemppainen, National Institute for Health and Welfare, FI)
Takeuchi, Y.: A Expert System for Remote Transcription by Extracting Pointing Objects Corresponding to a Demonstrative Word
Bumbalek, Z.: e-Scribe: Ubiquitous Real-Time Speech Transcription for the Hearing-Impaired
El Ghoul, O.: SportSign: A service to make sports news accessible for deaf persons
Wald, M.: Synote: Accessible and Assistive Technology Enhancing Learning for all Students
Hilzensauer, M.: Teaching English to Deaf Adults
Ottaviano, S.: The Deaf and Online Comprehension Texts, How Can Technology Help?

Session C: 16:30 - 18:30

STS: HCI & Usability for Elderly (HCI4AGING) (Chairs: Andreas Holzinger, Medical University of Graz, A; Martina Ziefle, RWTH Aachen University, D; Carsten Röcker, RWTH Aachen University, D)
Komori, T.: A Device to Evaluate Broadcast Background Sound Balance for Elderly Listeners using Loudness
Rennies, J.: Automatic live monitoring of communication quality for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners
Calero Valdez, A.: Mental Models of Mobile Diabetes Living Assistants
Webster, G.: Portrait: Portraying Individuality
Lepicard, G.: Touch Screen User Interfaces for Older subjects: effect of the targets' number and the two hands use
Oberzaucher, J.: Using A Wearable Insole Gait Analyzing System in an Automated Mobility Assessment for Older People

Track IV

 

Session A: 11:00 - 13:00

STS: Standards: A Driver for Accessibility and Usability (Chairs: Christian Bühler, FTB - University of Dortmund, D; Jan Engelen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, B; Christian Galinski, Infoterm, A)
Iglesias, A.: Evaluating the Users' Satisfaction Using Inclusive Initiatives in two different environments: the University and a Research Conference
Engelen, J.: International AT and DfA standardisation: what is in the pipeline?
Lopes, R.: Redefining Assumptions: Accessibility and Its Stakeholders
Strobbe, C.: Stand4All: Promoting More Accessible Standards Through Training of Stakeholders
Gaal, A.: Standardization and Sustainability of Open Source Products - barriers and conflicts demonstrated with the Linux screenreader SUE
Galinski, C.: Standards-based content resources: a prerequisite for content integration and content interoperability
Keith, S.: The challenge of mainstreaming ICT Design for All

 

Session B: 14:00 - 16:00

STS: Accessibility of Blended and e-Learning for Mature Age and Disabled Students and Staff (Chairs: Helen Petrie & Chris Power, University of York, UK; Carlos Velasco, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology, D; Jesus G. Boticario, UNED, ES)
Gonzalez, A. L.: A Framework to Support Development of Learning Applications for Disabled Children
Unterfrauner, E.: Institutional Conditions for the implementation of Accessible Lifelong Learning (ALL) based on the EU4ALL approach
Petrie, H.: Understanding the needs of educational professionals in supporting students with disabilities and mature age students
Besio, S.: Using robots in education and therapy sessions for children with disabilities: Guidelines for teachers and rehabilitation professionals
Petrie, H.: Virtual Learning Environments: Another barrier to blended and elearnin

 

Session C: 16:30 - 18:30

People with Specific Learning and Cognitive Problems: ICT, AT and HCI (Chairs: Cordula Edler, D; Birgit Peböck, KI-I, A; Markus Erle, Wertewerk, D)
Al-Wabil, A.: Developing a Multimedia Environment to Aid in Vocalization for People on the Autism Spectrum: A User-Centered Design Approach
Dekelver, J.: EasyICT: a Framework for Measuring ICT-Skills of People with Cognitive Disabilities
Gutiérrez y Restrepo, E.: Involving users in the design of ICT aimed to improve education, work, and leisure for users with intellectual disabilities
Karim, L.: Methodological Considerations for Involving SpLD Practitioners in the Design of Interactive Learning Systems
Ferreras, A.: PDA software aimed at improving workplace adaptation for people with cognitive disabilities
Wu, T.: The Performance of Mouse Proficiency for Adolescents with Intellectual Disabilities
Al-Wabil, A.: Towards an Interactive Screening Program for Developmental Dyslexia: Eye Movement Analysis in Reading Arabic Texts
Al Mahmud, A.: When Words Fall Short: Helping People with Aphasia to Express

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

Track I

 

Session D: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Designing Haptic Interaction for a Collaborative World (Chair: Gerhard Weber, Technische Universität Dresden)
Zeng, L.: Audio-haptic Browser for a Geographical Information System
Taras, C.: Improving Screen Magnification Using the HyperBraille Multiview Windowing Technique
Mueller, K.: Improving the Accessibility of ASCII Graphics for the Blind Students - Producing My Own Graphics
Shiose, T.: Analysis of Awareness while Touching the Tactile Figures using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
Ohtsuka, S.: Development of a Musical Score System using Body-Braille
Shimada, S.: Development of Directly Manipulable Tactile Graphic System with Audio Support Function

 

Session E: 13:30 - 15:30

[CONTINUED] STS: Designing Haptic Interaction for a Collaborative World
Spindler, M.: A Graphical Tactile Screen-Explorer
Prescher, D.: Reading Braille on a Planar Tactile Display
Schmidt, M.: Enhancing Single Stroke Gesture Classifiers for Multitouch
Jurgensen, H.: User Interface Filter for Two-Dimensional Haptic Interaction
Karshmer, A.: AutOMathic Blocks: Supporting Learning Games for Young Blind Students

 

Session F: 16:00 - 18:00

STS: Three-dimensional Tactile Models for Blind People and Recognition of 3D Objects by Touch (Chair: Yoshinori Teshima, AIST - National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology -, Japan)
Kaneko, T.: Comprehending and Making Drawings of 3D Objects by Visually Impaired People: Research on Drawings of Geometric Shapes by Various Methods of Projection
Fujiyoshi, A.: Development of Tactile Graphics Production Software for Three-Dimensional Projections
Teshima, Y.: Enlarged skeleton models of plankton for tactile teaching materials
Teshima, Y.: Models of mathematical curved surface for tactile teaching materials
Oouchi, S.: Reproduction of tactile painting for visual impairments utilized three-dimensional modeling system and the effect of difference in the painting size on tactile perception
Minatani, K.: Tactile Map Automated Creation System to enhance the mobility of blind persons - its design concept and evaluation by experiment

Track II

 

Session D: 8:30 - 10:30

Blind and Visually Handicapped People: Rehabilitation and Social Skills (Chair: Cristian Bernareggi, Università degli Studi di Milano - Biblioteca di Informatica, I; to be confirmed)
Köble, J.: SAP High Contast Black Theme
Kobayashi, M.: A Basic Inspection of Wall-Climbing Support System for the Visually Challenged
Krishna, S.: Assistive Technologies as Effective Mediators in Interpersonal Social Interactions for Persons with Visual Disability
Tian, Y.: Clothes Matching for Blind and Color Blind People
Miyakawa, M.: Eye Tracking for Low Vision Aids - Toward Guiding of Gaze
Hanafusa, A.: Makeup Support System for Visually Impaired Persons: Overview of System Functions

 

Session E: 13:30 - 15:30

STS: Access to Mathematics (Chair: Art Karshmer, University of San Francisco, USA)
Nicotra, G.: Innovative methods for accessing to Mathematics by visually impaired users
Fajardo-Flores, S.: MathML to ASCII-Braille and hierarchical tree converter
Bernareggi, C.: Non-sequential mathematical notations in the LAMBDA system
Yamaguchi, K.: On Necessity of a New Method to Read Out Math Contents Properly in DAISY
Bates, E.: Spoken Mathematics using Prosody, Earcons and Spearcons
Thamburaj, R.: Tactile Graphic Tool for Portable Digital Pad

 

Session F: 16:00 - 18:00

STS: How to Improve Text Input for Motor Impaired Users? (Chairs: Raynal Mathieu, Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse, F; Martin Benoit, LITA, Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, F)
Miró-Borrás, J.: An Ambiguous Keyboard based on
Lin, Y.: An Integrated Text Entry System Design for Severe physical Disabilities
Gomez, I.: Augmented and Alternative Communication System Based on Dasher Application and an Accelerometer
Merlin, B.: Evaluation of Spreadkey system with motor disabled users
Mathieu, R.: Evaluation of WordTree system with motor disabled users

Track III

 

Session D: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Smart and Assistive Environments (Chairs: Wolfgang Zagler, Vienna University of Technology, A; Gerhard Nussbaum, KI-I, A)
Lozano, H.: Audio Classification Techniques In Home Environments For Elderly/Dependant People
Barbieri, T.: Autonomamente: Using Goal Attainment Scales to Evaluate the Impact of a Multimodal Domotic System to Support Autonomous Life of People with Cognitive Impairment
Nes Begnum, M. E.: Challenges for Norwegian PC-Users with Parkinson's Disease - A Survey
Nakazono, K.: Development of Universal Communication Aid for Emergency using Motion Pictogram
Aranda, J.: Friendly Human-Machine Interaction in an Adapted Robotized Kitchen
Dale, O.: Usability and usefulness of localization and tracking technology used in dementia care

 

Session E: 13:30 - 15:30

[CONTINUED] STS: Smart and Assistive Environments
Morandell, M.: Workshop series "Ambient Assisted Living"
Al Mahmud, A.: PMD: Designing a Portable Medicine Dispenser for Persons Suffering from Alzheimer's disease
STS: Accessible Tourism (Chairs: Franz Pühretmair, KI-I, AT; Kerstin Matausch, University of Linz, AT)
Matausch, K.: Planning of Inclusive and Accessible Events
Wallbruch, R.: User Feed-Back in the Development of an Information System for Public Transport
Pressl, B.: User-specific web-based route planning
Babu, S.: Accessible Tourism in India

 

Session F: 16:00 - 18:00

STS: "Weak and Silent Speech": Tools to Support People with Speech Impairment (Chair: Tanja Schultz, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, D; Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Heimgärtner, R.: Adding Voice to Whisper Using a Simple Heuristic Algorithm Inferred From Empirical Observation
Hamidi, F.: CanSpeak: A Customizable Speech Interface for People with Dysarthric Speech
Schultz, T.: Recognizing Silent and Weak Speech based on Electromyography
Bothe, H.: Training of Speechreading with a Dialog-based Talking Head

Track IV

 

Session D: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Easy - to - Web (Chairs: Cordula Edler, D; Birgit Peböck, KI-I, A; Markus Erle, Wertewerk, D)
Chu, C. N.: Adaptive Reading: A Design of Reading Browser with Dynamic Alternative Text Multimedia Dictionaries for the Text Reading Difficulty Readers
Erle, M.: Easy-to-web search for people with learning disabilities as part of an integrated conception of cognitive web accessibility
Matausch, K.: EasyWeb - A Study How People with Specific Learning Difficulties Can Be Supported on Using the Internet
Ball, S.: In-Folio: An Open Source Portfolio for students with learning disabilities
Miyamoto, O.: Simple browser construction toolkit
Weber, H.: Supporting the web experience of young people with learning disabilities
Bohman, U.: The need for Easy-to-Read information on web sites

 

Session E: 13:30 - 15:30

STS: eGovernment Accessibility (Chairs: Roland Traunmüller, Universität Linz, A; Maria Wimmer, Universität Koblenz, D; Jochen Scholl, University of Washington, USA)
Steiner, D.: Improving the Accessibility of Fabasoft Folio by Means of WAI-ARIA
Nietzio, A.: Accessibility of eGovernment web sites: Towards a collaborative retrofitting approach
Chu, C. N.: Requirements of the Vision Impairments for E-Government Services in Taiwan from Accessibility to Efficiency
Nedbal, D.: Towards an accessible CMS backend - Analysis and Conceptualization
STS: Usable Web Accessibility: Evaluation (Chairs: Shawn Lawton Henry, W3C, USA; Shadi Abou-Zahra, W3C, A)
Ybouissa, Y.: Analysis and Evaluation Of The accessibility to Visual Information in Web Pages
Hartjes, R.: Analyzing Effects of Web Accessibility - a Framework to determine Changes in website traffic and success

 

Session F: 16:00 - 18:00

[CONTINUED] STS: Usable Web Accessibility: Evaluation
Boulay, D.: Assessing WCAG 2.0 conformance in practice
Olsen, M. G.: Automatic Checking of Alternative Texts on Web Pages
Fuertes, J. L.: Evaluating Conformance to WCAG 2.0: Open Challenges
O Connor, J.: Is the Accessibility Audit dead?
Ball, S.: OASES: Online Accessibility Self Evaluation Service - a web-based tool for education institutions to self-assess the accessibility of their practice
O Connor, J.: User testing of Google reader and RIA complexity - a warning

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Track I

 

Session G: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Mobility and Interaction without Sight (Chairs: Roberto Manduchi, UC Santa Cru, USA; James Coughlan, Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, USA)
Hashino, S.: A Blind Guidance System for Street Crossings Based on Ultrasonic Sensors
Coughlan, J.: A Mobile Phone Application Enabling Visually Impaired Users to Find and Read Product Barcodes
Sánchez, J.: A Model to Develop Videogames for Orientation and Mobility
Evreinova, T. G.: Camera Based Target Acquisition Augmented with Phosphene Sensations
Tian, Y.: Computer Vision-Based Door Detection for Accessibility of Unfamiliar Environments to Blind Persons
Kobayashi, M.: Development and Installation of Programmable Light-emitting Braille Blocks

 

Session H: 11:00 - 13:00

[CONTINUED] STS: Mobility and Interaction without Sight
Bothe, H.: FLIPPS for the Blind - A New Device for Medium Distance Object Detection by Concerted Fingertip Stimulation
Tian, Y.: Improving Computer Vision-Based Indoor Wayfinding for Blind Persons with Context Information
Ienaga, T.: Pedestrian Navigation System using Tone Gradient and Robotic GIS
Coughlan, J.: Real-Time Walk Light Detection with a Mobile Phone
Arató, A.: Speech Based Accessible GPS Navigation Application for the Blind
Cyrus, M.: Underestimated visual impairment needs innovative thinking around ICT and AT

Track II

 

Session G: 8:30 - 10:30

[CONTINUED] STS: How to Improve Text Input for Motor Impaired Users?
Felzer, T.: Qanti: A software tool for Quick Ambiguous Non-standard Text Input
Söllner, M.: Text composing software for disabled people, using blink and motion detection
Miró Borrás, J.: A Prototype Scanning System with an Ambiguous Keyboard and a Predictive Disambiguation Algorithm

 

Session H: 11:00 - 13:00

HCI and Rehabilitation for People with Motor Disabilities (Chair: Torsten Felzer, Darmstadt University of Technology, D)
Choi, K.: A rehabilitation method with visual and haptic guidance for children with upper extremity disability
Silva, L. C. de A.: Canceling Interference Caused by Tremors in a Joystick Controller: Study Case in a Power Wheelchair
Gnanayutham, P.: Developing Rehabilitation Robots for the Brain Injured
MacKenzie MarkerMouse: Mouse Cursor Control Using a Head-Mounted Marker
Oehlinger, B.: SSVEP based Brain-Computer Interface for Robot Control
Söllner, M.: Using triaxial acceleration sensors as input devices for handicapped persons

Track III

 

Session G: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Successful Service Provision (Chairs: Bill Powell, bodma enterprises, USA; Joachim Klaus, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, D)
Steel, E.: An ICF based tool supporting Assistive Technology selection
Älli, S.: Easy-to-use Social Network Service
Hossain, M. K.: ICT for Persons With Disabilities: Bridging the Digital Divide in Bangladesh
Petz, A.: Success through Exchange
PLEASE NOTE: This session will enter into a follow up workshop on service provision with further contributions (not in the proceedings):
Powell, B.: BOSMA Rehabilitation Center Assistive Technology Program
Doran, L.: Assistive Technology as a tool to increase the numbers of students with Sensory, Physical and Multiple Disabilities in Higher Education as per the National Plan for Equity of Access in 2008-2013
Petz, A.: Evolution of Service Provision

 

Session H: 11:00 - 13:00

STS: Entertainment Software Accessibility (Chair: Dominique Archambault, UPMC, F)
Nagasaka, D.: A real-time network board game system using tactile and auditory senses for the visually impaired
Ossmann, R.: Accessibility of a Social Network Game
Besio, S.: Making mainstream videogames more accessible: a pilot study applied to Buzz!TM Junior Monster Bluster for PlayStation
Sik Lanyi, C.: User interface evaluation of serious games for students with intellectual disability
Vy, Q.: Using Names and Location for Speaker Identification in Captioning

Track IV

 

Session G: 8:30 - 10:30

STS: Usable Web Accessibility: Editing (Chairs: Shawn Lawton Henry, W3C, USA; Shadi Abou-Zahra, W3C, A)
Mele, M. L.: Beyond a visuocentric way of a visual Web search clustering engine: The sonification of WhatsOnWeb
Bartek, L.: Editing Web Presentations by Means of Dialogue
Kanahori, T.: Fast Access to Web Pages with Finger Reading
Abu Doush, I.; Pontelli, E.: Integrating Semantic Web and Folksonomies to Improve E-learning Accessibility
Vieritz, H.: Merging Web's Accessibility and Usability by Patterns
Nishimoto, T.: The evaluations of deletion-based method and mixing-based method for audio CAPTCHAs

 

Session H: 11:00 - 13:00

[CONTINUED] STS: Usable Web Accessibility: Editing
Burzagli, L.: Towards the convergence of Web 2.0 and Semantic Web for e-Inclusion
STS: Usable Web Accessibility: Education and Motivation (Chairs: Shawn Lawton Henry, W3C, USA; Shadi Abou-Zahra, W3C, A)
Leitner, M.: Organizational motivations for web accessibility implementation - a case study
Martínez, L.: Using collaborative learning to teach WCAG 2.0
Miesenberger, K.: Web_Access: Education on Accessible Web Design

 

Keynote and Panel Discussion: 14:00 - 16:00

Lawton Henry, S.: Usable Web Accessibility
Abou-Zahra, S.: Usable Web Accessibility

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