Ivan Vucak

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Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is based on the use of symbols and supports communication process of people with disabilities. Multidisciplinary research is undertaken to explore and create public platform for developing and deploying interoperable and scalable symbol based communication services for different user devices. The paper(More)
Intensive development of information and communication technologies can contribute greatly to enhancements in alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) for individuals who experience difficulty communicating in an understandable manner. Availability of Internet infrastructure and affordability of mobile computer devices provide a sound starting(More)
Original scientific paper Support of ICT in Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) has been recognized as the key enabler of better inclusion of persons with complex communication needs into everyday life. Due to complex, and often very individual, communication needs, such persons need the ability to quickly adapt graphical user interfaces(More)
Symbol based applications are aimed for alternative and augmentative communication and education of persons with complex communication needs. Since available symbol galleries typically contain huge number of symbols that are graphical representations of words, and since one of the favorable user requirements is that application supports multiple symbol(More)
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