Paul Blake

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  • Ping Zhang, Gisela Von Dran, Paul Blake, Veerapong Pipithsuksunt
  • 2000
This study uses an inductive thematic analysis approach to examine user perceptions on the importance of website design features in six different website The five most important features, as well as the five most important families of features, were identified for each of the domains. The results indicate that (1) there are certain features that are equally(More)
  • Ping Zhang, Gisela M Von Dran, Paul Blake, Veerapong Pipithsuksunt
  • 2002
This study uses an inductive thematic analysis approach to examine user perceptions on the importance of Web site design features in six different Web site domains: Financial, e-Commerce, Entertainment, Education, Government, and Medical. The ¤ve most important features, as well as the ¤ve most important families of features, were identi¤ed for each of the(More)
This article presents the principles of an adaptive mixed reality rehabilitation (AMRR) system, as well as the training process and results from 2 stroke survivors who received AMRR therapy, to illustrate how the system can be used in the clinic. The AMRR system integrates traditional rehabilitation practices with state-of-the-art computational and motion(More)
BACKGROUND Adaptive mixed reality rehabilitation (AMRR) is a novel integration of motion capture technology and high-level media computing that provides precise kinematic measurements and engaging multimodal feedback for self-assessment during a therapeutic task. OBJECTIVE We describe the first proof-of-concept study to compare outcomes of AMRR and(More)
We report the diagnosis and surgical management of the interesting case of a patient with a gastro-intestinal stromal tumour (GIST). Case study GISTs are rare, accounting for 0.1–3% of all malig-nancies of the gastrointestinal tract. 1 They can present with a number of local and systemic symptoms including acute or chronic blood loss. A previously fit and(More)
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