On Some Aspects of Improving Mobile Applications for the Elderly

@inproceedings{Holzinger2007OnSA,
  title={On Some Aspects of Improving Mobile Applications for the Elderly},
  author={Andreas Holzinger and G. Searle and A. Nischelwitzer},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2007}
}
Improving the quality of life of elderly people is an emerging issue within our information society for both research and development. This paper addresses some issues on the development of applications for mobile devices, which have been designed to enhance the quality of life of the growing number of elderly people, and how they can be made more acceptable to the target population. We summarize some relevant issues in order to devise a research methodology to cover more than just the… Expand
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