Universal Access in HCI: Inclusive Design in the Information Society, Volume 4

1st Edition

Constantine Stephanidis

CRC Press
Published September 1, 2003
Reference - 1592 Pages
ISBN 9780805849332 - CAT# ER6916
Series: Human Factors and Ergonomics


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  • Includes contributions from leading experts across a variety of disciplines
  • Covers user diversity as well as personalization
  • Details recent trends and applications in assistive technologies
  • Looks at a variety of interaction modalities
  • Summary

    This fourth volume of papers from the 10th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction -- which brought together the contributions of nearly 3000 individuals -- focuses on the trends and developing applications that are beginning to move the information age towards a state of universal accessibility. Applying concepts from a variety of fields including cognitive ergonomics and engineering psychology, this cutting-edge volume considers a wide range of diversity issues and covers various facets of access, detailing a number of current and developing assistive technologies, including non-visual interaction devices. This volume is available individually or as part of a four volume set covering most every aspect of human-computer interaction, including those in construction, manufacturing, publishing, and health.

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