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Joshua M. Hailpern
2006 Proceedings of the 8th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers and accessibility - Assets '06  
As computers become ubiquitous, the task of making them usable becomes increasingly important. Repeated failures by implementation experts to build usable systems have motivated the creation of successful design approaches by interaction designers. However, there are still many end user groups that have not successfully overcome the difficulties they perceive in computer use. Such groups include individuals with unique needs, such as physical or mental disabilities, and those with agerelated
more » ... llenges. As a larger percentage of Americans are considered "old" (60+), the lack of a system tailored to the needs of this age demographic has resulted in a part of the population that is disconnected from the rest of the world. The current state of software which targets older adults' ability to use computers focuses on physical issues while largely ignoring the volumes of gerontological cognitive research that could make computers not only usable but also intuitive for older adults. This paper describes WISE, an alternative OS and application UI that specifically targets the cognitive deficits of older adults. WISE leverages both the existing body of research and the exciting Apple Cocoa API (Application Program Interface) for Objective-C and AppleScript to build a user interface layer tailored to the needs of older users. The focus was placed on a quality design by using an API and scripting language closely coupled to an operating system (OS), in this case Macintosh OS X. Further, WISE respects the guiding principles of linear interaction, effective cognitive strategy prompting, uniform limited scope, and accessibility as we explore simplified interaction methods to support older adults. This paper is an expanded version of the extended abstract, by the same name and author, accepted to ASSETS 2006's student research competition. ASSETS is the international ACM
doi:10.1145/1168987.1169061 dblp:conf/assets/Hailpern06 fatcat:2wyuoyevrvfanhgoznjouebqcu

Page 694 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. 56, Issue 2 [page]

1978 Mathematical Reviews  
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Guest Editorial

F. Parr
1985 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
The final paper by myself, Joshua Auerbach, and Barry Goldstein also discusses integrating personal computers into a network with mainframes.  ...  Research on a circuit-switched local area net technology is presented in a short paper by Brent Hailpern, Andrew Heller, Lee Hoevel, and Yannick Thefaine.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.1985.1146213 fatcat:6am4bi4libhtnlurmok6begxje

Lookit (Part 1): A New Online Platform for Developmental Research

Kimberly Scott, Laura Schulz
2017 Open Mind  
Coding and Reliability of Looking Time Measures Each session of the looking time study was coded using VCode (Hagedorn, Hailpern, & Karahalios, 2008) by two coders blind to condition.  ...  We examined a sample of 1,796 looking times, measured until the first one-second lookaway, from 252 children (M = 13.9 months, SD = 2.6 months) tested in our lab with video recorded at 30 Hz.  ... 
doi:10.1162/opmi_a_00002 fatcat:3crrwifp4rf55dtcexmcl5hyey

Lookit (Part 2): Assessing the Viability of Online Developmental Research, Results From Three Case Studies

Kimberly Scott, Junyi Chu, Laura Schulz
2017 Open Mind  
' (M = 48.6 months, N = 148) sensitivity to the accuracy of informants using verbal responses.  ...  To evaluate the viability of the platform, we administered online versions of three previously published studies involving different age groups, methods, and research questions: an infant (M = 14.0 months  ...  Special thanks to Kathleen Corriveau, Cynthia Fisher, and Erő Téglás for original stimuli and helpful comments; lab managers Rachel Magid and Samantha Floyd for logistical support; and Elizabeth Spelke, Joshua  ... 
doi:10.1162/opmi_a_00001 fatcat:s2e5ppfcvfam5ib3j7ku2qakyq

Re-detectionvs. new acquisition of high-risk human papillomavirus in mid-adult women

Tsung-Chieh Jane Fu, Joseph J. Carter, James P. Hughes, Qinghua Feng, Stephen E. Hawes, Stephen M. Schwartz, Long Fu Xi, Taylor Lasof, Joshua E. Stern, Denise A. Galloway, Laura A. Koutsky, Rachel L. Winer
2016 International Journal of Cancer  
Malik ZA, Hailpern SM, Burk RD.  ...  Wilson L, Pawlita M, Castle PE, Waterboer T, Sahasrabuddhe V, Gravitt PE, Schiffman M, Wentzensen N.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ijc.30283 pmid:27448488 pmcid:PMC5222584 fatcat:o2ls4yux4jgdpfxgk6qjwkpyja

Pagination: It's what you say, not how long it takes to say it [article]

Joshua Hailpern, Niranjan Damera Venkata, Marina Danilevsky
2014 arXiv   pre-print
constructed in O(m)).  ...  SVD decomposes the m × n matrix M into a product of three matrices: M = U Σ V*. Σ is a diagonal matrix whose values on the diagonal, referred to as σi, are the singular values of M.  ... 
arXiv:1404.3233v1 fatcat:qg35zvhfaje5vacewxvw2ubp3q

Religious Politicians and Creative Photographers: Automatic User Categorization in Twitter

Claudia Wagner, Sitaram Asur, Joshua Hailpern
2013 2013 International Conference on Social Computing  
Random Forests grow a voting committee of decision trees by selecting a random set of logM + 1 features where M refers to the total number of features.  ...  Link/Temporal Variety: The social variety of a user is defined as the ratio between the number of different users a user interacted with (U i ) and the total number of messages published by this user (M  ... 
doi:10.1109/socialcom.2013.49 dblp:conf/socialcom/WagnerAH13 fatcat:ti7mjazadjhlvffx5tysev2m6a

Creating a spoken impact

Joshua Hailpern, Karrie Karahalios, James Halle
2009 Proceedings of the 27th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI 09  
P = Positive, X = Negative, A = Audio, V = Visual, M = Mixed words, including the 6 new ones.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1518701.1518774 dblp:conf/chi/HailpernKH09 fatcat:j7unlaaulzb3vde53j6jjzlipa

How Assistive Technologies can help Autistic Children: A Survey

Surbhi Dewan
2015 Sumanlata Gauta Internati onal Journal of Innovations & Advancement in Computer Science IJ IACS   unpublished
However majority of technological applications in the area of autism are struggling to aid the people suffering fro m autism spectrum disorder though there are certain medicinal therapies .However, innumerableexplorationin  ...  Hailpern,et al  ...  M. Tech student CSE & IT Department The Northcap University, Gurgaon, India, 122001.  ... 

Designing visualizations to facilitate multisyllabic speech with children with autism and speech delays

Joshua Hailpern, Andrew Harris, Reed La Botz, Brianna Birman, Karrie Karahalios
2012 Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference on - DIS '12  
SPD (Smith-Magenis) 308 3 Zev M 10 ASD 23 0 Frank M 14 ASD + Downs 198 7 Cara F 5 Typical 396 13 Heather F 6 Typical 396 13 Emma F 5 Typical 396 13 Amy F 6 Typical 396  ...  VPAC Syllable Count from Items #61-64 DIS 2012 • In the Wild June 11-15, 2012 • Newcastle, UK CDI VMPAC Name Gender Age Diagnosis Word Count Syllable Count Sean M 4 SPD 231 7 Tina F 8  ... 
doi:10.1145/2317956.2317977 dblp:conf/ACMdis/HailpernHLBK12 fatcat:k5uqybdjdnbnjap2en7cakrvbi

Acessibilidade e Tecnologia Assistiva no Ambiente Educacional: Mapeamento Sistemático

Gabriella M. T. Alves, Yuska Paola Costa Aguiar
2014 Anais do XX Workshop de Informática na Escola (WIE 2014)   unpublished
HAILPERN, Joshua et al. Designing visualizations to facilitate multisyllabic speech with children with autism and speech delays. In: Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference.  ... 
doi:10.5753/cbie.wie.2014.16 fatcat:x3yaidxk5jb3lc766vtp6xwgpi

Reflections on a synergistic format for disseminating research through design

Jayne Wallace, Joyce S.R. Yee, Abigail Durrant
2014 Proceedings of the extended abstracts of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '14  
M.  ...  Rogers 714B W07 "Touch me" Workshop on Tactile User Experience Evaluation Methods -M. Tscheligi, K. Isbister, K. Höök, M. Obrist, M. Busch, C.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2559206.2578865 dblp:conf/chi/WallaceYD14 fatcat:ahmagujkwnem7evdemu7mx2r3y

Practical, appropriate, empirically-validated guidelines for designing educational games

Conor Linehan, Ben Kirman, Shaun Lawson, Gail Chan
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '11  
Rode, Drexel University, USA Kelly Waldman, Duke University, USA Joshua Hailpern, Marina Danilevsky, Andrew Harris, Karrie Karahalios, Gary Dell, Julie Hengst, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign  ...  Accessible Voting: One Machine, One Vote for Everyone Juan Gilbert, Joshua Ekandem, Shelby Darnell, Hanan Alnizami, Aqueasha Martin, Wanda Johnson, Clemson University, USAThe video for Accessible Voting  ... 
doi:10.1145/1978942.1979229 dblp:conf/chi/LinehanKLC11 fatcat:xxy5vdbobbbh3dbwkzh6w76zqq

Development of Quantitative Myocardial Tissue Characterization

Kelvin Chow
Technical report, July 2012. pg. 1, pg. 1 [3] A S Go, D Mozaffarian, V L Roger, E J Benjamin, J D Berry, M J Blaha, S Dai, E S Ford, C S Fox, S Franco, H J Fullerton, C Gillespie, S M Hailpern, J A Heit  ...  [21] Erik B Schelbert, Stephen M Testa, Christopher G Meier, William J Ceyrolles, Joshua E Levenson, Alexander J Blair, Peter Kellman, Bobby L Jones, Daniel R Ludwig, David S Schwartzman, Sanjeev  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3m03z817 fatcat:zcckuwo37jf4ho3i4mv7rmzl3a
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