Raffaella Lomuscio

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This paper raises the need for quantitative accessibility measurement and proposes three different application scenarios where quantitative accessibility metrics are useful: Quality Assurance within Web Engineering, Information Retrieval and accessibility monitoring. We propose a quantitative metric which is automatically calculated from reports of(More)
Although they play an important role in any assessment procedure, web accessibility metrics are not yet well developed and studied. In addition, most metrics are geared towards conformance, and therefore are not well suited to answer questions whether the web site has critical barriers with respect to some user group. The paper addresses some open issues:(More)
Web 2.0, also known as the Social Web, marks a new philosophy where users are both the main actors and the content producers: users write blogs and comments, they tag, link, and upload photos, pictures , videos, and podcasts. As a step further, Mobile 2.0 adapts Web 2.0 technology to mobile users. We intend to study how Web 2.0 and Mobile 2.0 together can(More)
Web 2.0 marks a new philosophy where user is the main actor and content producer: users write blogs and comments, they tag, link, and upload photos, pictures, videos, and pod-casts. As a step further, Mobile 2.0 adapts Web 2.0 technology to mobile users. We intend to study how Web 2.0 and Mobile 2.0 together can be applied to the cultural heritage sector. A(More)
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