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To promote greater inclusion of people who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) in studies conducted by Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researchers or professionals, we have undertaken a project to formally translate several standardized usability questionnaires from English to ASL. Many deaf...
Video sharing sites have become keepers of de-facto digital libraries of sign language content, being used to store videos including the experiences, knowledge, and opinions of many in the deaf or hard of hearing community. Due to limitations of term-based search over metadata, these videos can...
Wearable personable emergency response (PER) systems are the mainstream solution for allowing frail and isolated individuals to call for help in an emergency. However, these devices are not well adapted to all users and are often not worn all the time, meaning they are not available when needed....
Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) technology has seen major advancements in its accuracy and speed in recent years, making it a possible mechanism for supporting communication between people who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing (DHH) and their hearing peers. However, state-of-the-art ASR technology...
This study examined the impact of use of a computer software application designed specifically for older people known as PRISM—a Personal Reminder Information and Social Management system—which was installed on a computer that was placed in the homes of adults aged 65 to 98 years, who were at...
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