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The current paper deals with the relation between language resources and Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) systems: language resources are essential in the development of CALL applications, during the development of the system resources are created, and finally the CALL system itself can be used to generate additional resources that are useful for… (More)
An important field for model-driven development of interfaces is the consideration of users with disabilities. Interface design for deaf people presents specific problems, since it needs to be based on visual communication, incorporating unusual forms of interaction, in particular gesture-based ones. Standard solutions for model-driven development of visual… (More)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org MARIA TAGARELLI DE MONTE is a junior researcher at the State Institute for the Deaf in Rome (Istituto Statale per Sordi di Roma ISSR). She holds a degree in Communication Sciences, University of Siena, with a major in Cognitive Science and Interaction Design. Before entering deaf education studies, she collaborated… (More)
In the proposed demo, a new approach to e-learning environments for deaf people is illustrated. Using a fully iconic web-based environment, a tutor can define, generate and test e-learning courses for deaf people, which are automatically managed, published and served by the system itself.
This paper reports our experiments on using a dual-core DSP processor in the construction of a user-programmable musical instrument and controller called the <i>TouchBox</i>.