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Why Are Eye Mice Unpopular? — A Detailed Comparison of Head and Eye Controlled Assistive Technology Pointing Devices [chapter]

R. Bates, H. O. Istance
2002 Universal Access and Assistive Technology  
It discusses and examines the pros and cons of eye-based pointing in comparison to the established assistive technology technique of head-based pointing, and illustrates the usability factors responsible  ...  This paper examines and compares the usability problems associated with eye-based and headbased assistive technology pointing devices when used for direct manipulation on a standard graphical user interface  ...  Introduction Eye-based and head-based assistive technology computer pointing devices, commonly known as eye mice and head mice, are used to enable computer graphical user interface direct manipulation  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-3719-1_8 fatcat:vqbangblxbf7jh36si2a7queme

Why are eye mice unpopular? A detailed comparison of head and eye controlled assistive technology pointing devices

R. Bates, H.O. Istance
2003 Universal Access in the Information Society  
It discusses and examines the pros and cons of eye-based pointing in comparison to the established assistive technology technique of head-based pointing, and illustrates the usability factors responsible  ...  This paper examines and compares the usability problems associated with eye-based and head-based assistive technology pointing devices when used for direct manipulation on a standard graphical user interface  ...  Introduction Eye-based and head-based assistive technology computer pointing devices, commonly known as eye mice and head mice, are used to enable computer graphical user interface direct manipulation  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10209-003-0053-y fatcat:yfcqqjkfabh53hyqadh5iwuo6a

Transdisciplinary unifying implications of circadian findings in the 1950s

Franz Halberg, Germaine Cornélissen, George Katinas, Elena V Syutkina, Robert B Sothern, Rina Zaslavskaya, Francine Halberg, Yoshihiko Watanabe, Othild Schwartzkopff, Kuniaki Otsuka, Roberto Tarquini, Perfetto Frederico (+1 others)
2003 Journal of Circadian Rhythms  
In raising these curtains, we unveil a range of dynamics, resolvable in the data collection and as-onegoes analysis by computers built into smaller and smaller devices, for a continued self-surveillance  ...  A few puzzles relating to a small fraction of my endeavors in the 1950s are summarized herein, with answers to a few questions of the Editor-in-Chief, to suggest that the rules of variability in time complement  ...  factual and all other support; my coauthors, who helped with the addition of microscopic to macroscopic imaging in time; to a lifelong friend, Earl E.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1740-3391-1-2 pmid:14728726 pmcid:PMC317388 fatcat:stjwejwjlfcv5p54s5huif6r6m

Program and Abstract of 16th APALMS 2018

2019 LASER THERAPY  
The military have many uses for laser technology including laser weapon guidance, mine detection, head-up displays (HUD), dazzle (and eye-targeted lasers), target designation and LIDAR to name a few, but  ...  The patients must use 3 times a week for at least 6 months for some benefits. Now a day, there are many type of devices such as laser cap and laser band.  ...  Materials and Methods: A topical application of a solution of Rose Bengal diluited at 140 μM was applied for 30 minutes and therefore irradiated with a 532 nm diode laser (Eufoton LASEmaR 500) at 0.5 W  ... 
doi:10.5978/islsm.28_19-ab-01 fatcat:fwda5xij6vafxhjjf6pn5sdozu

41 Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension [chapter]

Alan R. Cohen
2016 Pediatric Neurosurgery: Tricks of the Trade  
Visual fields and optic disc appearance are shown to have the greatest influence on clinical outcome.  ...  The cause of IIH is unknown and management controversial, due to the lack of prospective trials. This thesis provides a comprehensive review of the aetiology and management of IIH.  ...  This is a combination of a high intensity light source with a microscope and series of lenses to allow detailed examination of the structures of the eye via a magnified, 3-dimensional view.  ... 
doi:10.1055/b-0035-125926 fatcat:imgpz5fmdzabde3oj33he4f42q

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

1998 Neuro-ophthalmology (Aeolus Press. 1980)  
Visual fields and optic disc appearance are shown to have the greatest influence on clinical outcome.  ...  The cause of IIH is unknown and management controversial, due to the lack of prospective trials. This thesis provides a comprehensive review of the aetiology and management of IIH.  ...  This is a combination of a high intensity light source with a microscope and series of lenses to allow detailed examination of the structures of the eye via a magnified, 3-dimensional view.  ... 
doi:10.1076/noph.20.1.4.10547 fatcat:ilatgdlzmbbtxnbqhviewu4oky

Idiopathic intracranial hypertension

Alex K Ball, Carl E Clarke
2006 Lancet Neurology  
Visual fields and optic disc appearance are shown to have the greatest influence on clinical outcome.  ...  The cause of IIH is unknown and management controversial, due to the lack of prospective trials. This thesis provides a comprehensive review of the aetiology and management of IIH.  ...  This is a combination of a high intensity light source with a microscope and series of lenses to allow detailed examination of the structures of the eye via a magnified, 3-dimensional view.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1474-4422(06)70442-2 pmid:16632314 fatcat:55vvgsimxzekvedmjqs3uasepe

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Peter S. Sebel
2010 Anesthesia and Analgesia  
J S Dietary assistants may prepare food, arrange it on a tray, wash dishes, and clean the kitchen work area. Other job duties and responsibilities of a dietary assistant are explained.  ...  All of these methods are described and illustrated, including a discussion of the strong and weak points of each.  ...  This program takes a look at the properties of water and its physical abilities to dissolve and transport minerals and nutrients.  ... 
doi:10.1213/ane.0b013e3181eb64de pmid:20733161 fatcat:bdnmrfp75bh35blieufuazdnya

Reptile Euthanasia — No Easy Solution?

Dr Kristin Warren
2014 Pacific Conservation Biology  
Physical methods of euthanasia involving hypothermia or decapitation alone are considered inhumane and are not acceptable methods of euthanasia.  ...  Reptiles are commonly studied in biological research projects, and wildlife researchers may be required to euthanize a reptile if it sustains a severe injury associated with the research.  ...  Acknowledgements: ANZCCART would like to thank the following organization for their financial support of this conference:  ... 
doi:10.1071/pc140025 fatcat:75xc3e2x4fdgrev74xdsxweg4q

Recommandations pour la production, le contrôle et l'enregistrement des immunoglobulines antivenimeuses

Jean-Philippe Chippaux
2010 Biologie Aujourd hui  
Acknowledgements are also due to the participants at the World Health Organization Bi-Regional African and Eastern Mediterranean Workshop on Production, Control and Regulation of Antivenoms in Addis Ababa  ...  worldwide, provides extremely valuable and detailed information that will assist manufacturers, regulators, public health officials, governments and nongovernmental organizations, as well as international  ...  However, such comparisons are susceptible to many kinds of confounding variables and are potentially unreliable.  ... 
doi:10.1051/jbio/2009043 pmid:20950580 fatcat:5qmhdcdrzfdvlj2bhle4bsg72a

User interfaces and discrete event simulation models

Jasna Kuljis
1994 Simulation Practice and Theory  
Angell for his incomparable guidance and reassuring support, and for giving me a chance to pursue this research in the belief that I will get there in the end.  ...  To my parents and sisters who always believed in me and always supported me in any way they could. To Alistair Gardiner for helping me to capture graphics from a screen.  ...  Direct pointing devices are lightpens, touchscreens, and pens or styluses. Indirect pointing devices are mice, trackballs, joysticks, graphic tablets, and touchpads.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0928-4869(94)90011-6 fatcat:w5rz6nynwfcl3g6tzpw2l4oqc4

A Technology Transition Model Derived from Field Investigation of GSS Use aboard the U.S.S. CORONADO

Robert O. Briggs, Mark Adkins, Daniel Mittleman, John Kruse, Scot Miller, Jay F. Nunamaker
1998 Journal of Management Information Systems  
The devices were controlled by an array of buttons and switches, levers and blinking lights. People who did not use the room daily quickly forgot which buttons controlled which devices.  ...  Arcane command sets, illogically arranged menus and controls, balky networks, sticky keyboards, and bad mice are all examples that would increase the technical load of using a proposed system.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1998.11518217 fatcat:tqskcxjhbfejxddepqna4y552u

"Multitudinous and Minute": Early Twentieth-Century Scientific, Literary and Psychological Representations of the Mass

Rachel Crossland
2013 Journal of Literature and Science  
Their relations have offended the totemistic taboos of their tribe as Why-Why and Verva are of the same totem.  ...  open and swallow the culprit": Not daunted by this prevalent belief, Why-Why one day devoured no less than four dozen oysters, opening the shells with a flint spear-head, which he had secreted in his  ...  providers and scientific policy are not detailed.  ... 
doi:10.12929/jls.06.2.01 fatcat:gqjfobncdbduhkxnnrzyjmfi5e

The public domain: enclosing the commons of the mind

2009 ChoiceReviews  
The new incarnation of the project, at UCLA, has removed the word "plagiarism" from its title. The People and the Music A brief biography of Will Lamartine Thompson can be found in C. B.  ...  If I take the central arguments from your book and completely reword them, or if I present a series of facts you uncovered as an historian and include them in my own book without attribution, you may accuse  ...  In other words, we must make this technology of the Internet, which was hailed as the great "technology of freedom," into a technology of control and surveillance.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.46-6473 fatcat:xnktaofvfvb3fhdngfjgq2ph74

Criminal liability for misconduct in scientific research

Susan M Kuzma
1992 Michigan Journal of Law Reform  
favor of internal controls.  ...  Unpleasant and unsettling as it is to contemplate, criminal prosecution can serve a valuable role in deterring and condemning some forms of scientific misconduct and therefore should not be rejected in  ...  In fact, only one eye of each rabbit received a transplant, thereby leaving each test animal with one clear eye and one cloudy eye, not because the clear eye contained a treated cornea, but because it  ... 
pmid:11651584 fatcat:f3skbhu3bnabpbifdkscv7rncy
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