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Three web accessibility evaluation perspectives for RIA
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We present a comparative study to understand the difference of the accessibility properties of the Web regarding three different evaluation perspectives: 1) before browser processing; 2) after browser processing (dynamic loading); 3) and, also after browser Processing, considering the triggering of user interaction events. Expand
Web Accessibility in Africa: A Study of Three African Domains
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We present a report of the state of Web Accessibility in three countries located in the African continent. Expand
Accessibility of Dynamic Adaptive Web TV Applications
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In the last years, TVs have become platforms providing content and entertainment services, such as video on demand, interactive advertising or so-cial networking. Expand
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
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This paper details a new process of accessibility evaluation of Web applications, which evaluates the content by triggering possible events that partially change the Web page. Expand
Evaluating the Accessibility of Web Applications
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This paper details a new process of accessibility evaluation of Web applications, which evaluates the content by triggering possible events that partially change the Web page. Expand
Welcoming gesture recognition into autism therapy
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We present a solution that: 1) integrates gesture imitation into storytelling therapies; 2) is capable to learn new gestures without an explicit learning stage; 3) provides automatic gesture recognition capable of assisting therapists during interventions, and might support social skills practice at home. Expand
Visually impaired people and the emerging connected TV: a comparative study of TV and Web applications’ accessibility
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The paper addresses the following hypothesis: (1) visually impaired users want to extend their TV usage to explore new TV features; (2) TV applications are in less conformance with accessibility guidelines compared to their Desktop versions. Expand
Self-adapting TV Based Applications
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The lack of accessibility of ICT applications affects mainly the disabled and/or elderly people, who have a high risk of social exclusion. Expand
Building an Adaptive Multimodal Framework for Resource Constrained Systems
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In this chapter, we describe how we were able to design and implement an adaptive multimodal system capable of performing in a resource constrained environment such as a Set-top Box. Expand
The Differences in Accessibility of TV and Desktop Web Applications from the Perspective of Automated Evaluation
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We perform an automated accessibility evaluation to compare TV and Desktop versions of the same Web application, and characterize their conformance with accessibility guidelines. Expand
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