Agent design method for enhancing accessibility.

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Cook, J., Huyck, C. and Whitney, G. 2004. Agent design method for enhancing accessibility. in: McLoughlin, C. and Cantoni, L. (ed.) ED-MEDIA 2004: world conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications: proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2004. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
Chapter titleAgent design method for enhancing accessibility.
AuthorsCook, J., Huyck, C. and Whitney, G.
Research GroupArtificial Intelligence group
LanguageEnglish
Book titleED-MEDIA 2004: world conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications: proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2004.
EditorsMcLoughlin, C. and Cantoni, L.
PublisherAssociation for the Advancement of Computing in Education
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World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications June 21 - 26, 2004; Lugano Switzerland.

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Wilson, J., Curzon, P. and Whitney, G. 2007. Seniors route-planning: a reality check for the design of navigation systems. in: TRANSED 2007 conference proceedings. Transport Canada.
Active ageing through universal design.
Whitney, G. and Keith, S. 2006. Active ageing through universal design. Gerontechnology. 5 (3).
European developments in the design and implementation of training for eInclusion.
Whitney, G. and Keith, S. 2008. European developments in the design and implementation of training for eInclusion. in: Computers helping people with special needs: 11th international conference, ICCHP 2008. Berlin Springer. pp. 156-161
Independent mobility for blind and partially sighted people travelling by large passenger ships.
Whitney, G., Keith, S. and Kolar, I. 2005. Independent mobility for blind and partially sighted people travelling by large passenger ships. in: Hamlin, D. and Rubin, G. (ed.) Vison 2005 : proceedings of the Vision 2005 conference. Elsevier.
Applying best practise in accessibility and design in the real world.
Whitney, G. 2008. Applying best practise in accessibility and design in the real world. Accessible design in the digital world '08. York 22 - 24 Oct 2008
The need for and the problems with location aware services (LAS) for people with disabilities.
Whitney, G. 2002. The need for and the problems with location aware services (LAS) for people with disabilities. First European workshop on location based service.. London
The navigation requirements of older people with a range of disabilities in complex pedestrian environments.
Whitney, G. 2002. The navigation requirements of older people with a range of disabilities in complex pedestrian environments. in: Faulkner, X., Finlay, J. and Detienne, F. (ed.) People and computers XVI: memorable yet invisible / proceedings of HCI 2002. London Springer.
The future requirements for assistive technology devices to enable elderly and disabled people to use ICT equipment.
Whitney, G. 2001. The future requirements for assistive technology devices to enable elderly and disabled people to use ICT equipment. in: Nordby, K. (ed.) Human factors in telecommunication: 18th international symposium HFT Permanent Steering.
The current state of electronic mobility devices and electronic orientation aids for blind and partially sighted people in the United Kingdom.
Whitney, G. 2000. The current state of electronic mobility devices and electronic orientation aids for blind and partially sighted people in the United Kingdom. in: Making independent language learning accessible. Southampton CIEL Project.
The current state of electronic mobility devices and electronic orientation aids for blind and partially sighted people in the United Kingdom.
Whitney, G. 2000. The current state of electronic mobility devices and electronic orientation aids for blind and partially sighted people in the United Kingdom. in: Blom, T. (ed.) Developments in low vision: abstracts of the fourth European conference on low vision De Blauwe Kamer Theofaan Groep.
DDA compliant display
Whitney, G. 2007. DDA compliant display. Bletchley Park 26 Jan 2007
Mixed methods requirement capture in older drivers' use of complex driving information systems
Whitney, G., Keith, S., Bradley, M., Goodwin, R., Kolar, I., Wicks, C. and Wilson, J. 2003. Mixed methods requirement capture in older drivers' use of complex driving information systems. in: The 3rd IEE conference on automotive electronics. Institution of Engineering Technology..
Developing independence: the potential of information and communication technologies (ICT) to assist elderly and disabled people.
Whitney, G., Keith, S. and Wilson, J. 2003. Developing independence: the potential of information and communication technologies (ICT) to assist elderly and disabled people. in: The good, the bad and the irrelevant: the user and the future of information and communication technologies: conference proceedings. Helsinki Media Lab, University of Art and Design Helsinki.
How technology is assisting blind and partially sighted people to travel within and use the built environment.
Whitney, G. 2000. How technology is assisting blind and partially sighted people to travel within and use the built environment. TechShare. Birmingham Nov 2000
Standardising access to information and electronic services for all in Europe.
Whitney, G. and Van den Berghe, L. 2003. Standardising access to information and electronic services for all in Europe. British journal of healthcare computing. 20 (9).
Electronic travel booking: the evaluation of usability, accessibility and fitness for purpose by older people and people with disabilities.
Whitney, G., Keith, S. and Kolar, I. 2005. Electronic travel booking: the evaluation of usability, accessibility and fitness for purpose by older people and people with disabilities. in: HCI International 2005: 11th international conference on human-computer interaction. Mahwah, NJ. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates..
Critical analysis of high speed wireless standards for transferring telementoring information
Shaikh, F., Lasebae, A. and Whitney, G. 2004. Critical analysis of high speed wireless standards for transferring telementoring information. in: ICTTA'04: 2004 International conference on information & communication technologies: from theory to applications. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers: French section.
Computer-vision-based navigation system for the visually impaired.
Rahman, S., Shah, A. and Whitney, G. 2004. Computer-vision-based navigation system for the visually impaired. SIGGRAPH 2004: 31st International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques.. Los Angeles, California 08 - 12 Aug 2004
A framework for evaluating barriers to accessibility, usability and fit for purpose.
Keith, S., Whitney, G. and Wong, B. 2006. A framework for evaluating barriers to accessibility, usability and fit for purpose. in: Bust, P. (ed.) Contemporary ergonomics 2006. London Taylor and Francis.
A scenario-based evaluation of travel information for older people and people with disabilities.
Keith, S., Whitney, G. and Kolar, I. 2005. A scenario-based evaluation of travel information for older people and people with disabilities. HCI and the older population.. Napier University, Edinburgh 05 Sep 2005
Review of DPTAC guidance: large passenger ships and passenger infrastructure.
Keith, S., Whitney, G., Sentinella, J., Wong, B., Platt-Evans, C., Fielding, C. and Smith, L. 2006. Review of DPTAC guidance: large passenger ships and passenger infrastructure. Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC).
Investigating the usability of large passenger ships by older and disabled people.
Keith, S. and Whitney, G. 2004. Investigating the usability of large passenger ships by older and disabled people. Access to Buildings and Transport Conference. Britannia Street Conference Centre, London
Information seeking strategies used by older people.
Curzon, P., Keith, S., Wilson, J. and Whitney, G. 2004. Information seeking strategies used by older people. Utopia workshops: HCI and the older population. Leeds
Universal access in an information world
Adams, R. and Whitney, G. 2005. Universal access in an information world. in: Adams, R. (ed.) Natural computing and interactive system design Harlow Pearson Education.
The use of computers in rehabilitation
Adams, R. and Whitney, G. 2005. The use of computers in rehabilitation. in: Salvendy, G. (ed.) HCI international 2005: 11th international conference on human-computer interaction. Mahwah, NJ. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates..
The need for an interface accessibility initiative
Whitney, G. and Adams, R. 2003. The need for an interface accessibility initiative. in: Carbonell, N. and Stephanidis, C. (ed.) Universal Access: theoretical perspectives, practice, and experience: 7th ERCIM international workshop on user interfaces for all Berlin Springer.
Universal access heuristics for blind and visually impaired people who use ICT
Adams, R., Whitney, G. and Langdon, P. 2003. Universal access heuristics for blind and visually impaired people who use ICT. in: Stephanidis, C. (ed.) Universal access in HCI: inclusive design in the information society. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates..
Accessibility for all and tacit knowledge requirements of systems at work.
Adams, R. and Whitney, G. 2003. Accessibility for all and tacit knowledge requirements of systems at work. CEN / CENELEC / ETSI Conference on Accessibility for All. Nice 27 - 28 Mar 2003
Identifying and characterising diversity of the older car driver.
Bradley, M., Keith, S., Kolar, I. and Whitney, G. 2007. Identifying and characterising diversity of the older car driver. Bust, P. (ed.) Taylor and Francis.
The development of a participatory research methodology with older drivers.
Bradley, M., Keith, S., Whitney, G. and Wilson, J. 2007. The development of a participatory research methodology with older drivers. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled Persons. Montréal, Québec.
Relevance feedback and cross-language information retrieval
Huyck, C. and Orengo, V. 2006. Relevance feedback and cross-language information retrieval. Information Processing and Management. 42 (5), pp. 1203-1217. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ipm.2005.12.003
Information retrieval and categorisation using a cell assembly network
Huyck, C. and Orengo, V. 2005. Information retrieval and categorisation using a cell assembly network. Neural Computing and Applications. 14 (4), pp. 282-289. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00521-004-0464-6
Creating hierarchical categories using cell assemblies
Huyck, C. 2007. Creating hierarchical categories using cell assemblies. Connection Science. 19 (1), pp. 1-27. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540090600779713
The use of design for all to support elderly blind and partially sighted users to retain their independence.
Whitney, G. 2003. The use of design for all to support elderly blind and partially sighted users to retain their independence. in: Stephanidis, C. (ed.) 10th International Conference on Human - Computer Interaction, Crete. Published in Universal Access in HCI: Inclusive Design in the Information Society Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.. pp. 1340-1344
Strategies for finding government information by older people
Curzon, P., Wilson, J., Keith, S. and Whitney, G. 2004. Strategies for finding government information by older people. in: User-Centered Interaction Paradigms for Universal Access in the Information Society: 8th ERCIM Workshop on User Interfaces for All , Vienna, Austria, June 28-29, 2004, Revised Selected Papers Heidelberg. Springer Berlin.
Successful strategies of older people for finding information
Whitney, G., Wilson, J. and Curzon, P. 2005. Successful strategies of older people for finding information. Interacting with Computers. 17 (6), pp. 660-671. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intcom.2005.09.006
Enabling People with Sensory Impairments to Participate Effectively in Research
Whitney, G. 2006. Enabling People with Sensory Impairments to Participate Effectively in Research. Universal Access in the Information Society. 5 (3), pp. 287-291. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209-006-0052-x
Counting with neurons: rule application with nets of fatiguing leaking integrate and fire neurons.
Huyck, C. and Belavkin, R. 2006. Counting with neurons: rule application with nets of fatiguing leaking integrate and fire neurons. 7th International Conference on Cognitive Modelling. Trieste, Italy pp. 142-147
Overlapping cell assemblies from correlators.
Huyck, C. 2004. Overlapping cell assemblies from correlators. Conference. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neucom.2003.08.003