Conference Paper

Multi-parameter Data Acquisition on Interface Devices for the Development of Adaptive Input Systems.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-27817-7_6 Conference: Computers Helping People with Special Needs, 9th International Conference, ICCHP 2004, Paris, France, July 7-9, 2004, Proceedings
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ABSTRACT Since the amount of special input devices on the assisitive technology market is growing the selection of the right device
for an individual user becomes more and more difficult. Once a device is selected and seems to be suitable it may be possible
that it cannot be operated any more after a certain time due to changing user needs as result of a progressive disease. A
system for the assessment of the user interaction with input devices under certain conditions and the possible usage of the
resulting data for further evaluation and for the development and simulation of adaptive input systems will be described by
the authors.

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