Telehealth and Assistive Technologies    (TeleHealth/AT 2008)

April 16 – 18, 2008
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Editor(s): R. Merrell, R.A. Cooper
256 pages
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Track Assistive Software Technology FreeSubscription
619-002 Automatic and Self-Paced Scanning for Alternative Text Entry
T. Felzer, B. Strah, and R. Nordmann (Germany)
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619-010 South African Sign Language Assistive Translation
L. van Zijl and G. Olivrin (South Africa)
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619-014 Accessibility of Board and Presentations in the Classroom: A Design-for-All Approach
D. Tsonos and G. Kouroupetroglou (Greece)
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619-015 Word Prediction and Communication Rate in AAC
K. Trnka, J. McCaw, D. Yarrington, K.F. McCoy, and C. Pennington (USA)
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619-017 Building a Haptically Enhanced Computer Desktop for the Physically Disabled using a Force Feedback Mouse
B. Holbert and M. Huber (USA)
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619-018 Recognizing Emotion in Speech using Neural Networks
K. Dai, H.J. Fell, and J. MacAuslan (USA)
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619-019 A Multi-Touchpad based Human Computer Gesture Interface for People with Disabilities
Y. Yuan and K. Barner (USA)
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619-020 Automatic Text Skimming for Question Answering within Single Documents for Blind and Dyslexic Individuals
D. Yarrington and K.F. McCoy (USA)
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619-024 IRobotAssist: Hosting Automated Agents for Assistive Web Browsing
L. Chen (USA)
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619-026 Accessible Bar Charts for Visually Impaired Users
S. Elzer, E. Schwartz, S. Carberry, D. Chester, S. Demir, and P. Wu (USA)
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619-027 Eye-Operated Assistive Technology for Environmental Control
F. Shi and A. Gale (UK)
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619-028 Desktop Applications for Mongolian Blind People using CR Engine and TTS Synthesiser for Mongolian
M. Davaatsagaan, K.K. Paliwal, and B. Osorhuu (Mongolia)
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619-032 Achieving Acceptable Accuracy in a Low-Cost, Assistive Note-Taking, Speech Transcription System
T. Way, R. Kheir, and L. Bevilacqua (USA)
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Track Smart Homes and Assisted Living Technologies FreeSubscription
619-004 The MAGLET - A New Electrical Outlet for the Elderly
A. Euerby, M. Neiman, S. Swanson, C. Denis, B. Best, T. Gevaert, C. Wilson, P. Yu, and J. Zelek (Canada)
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619-005 A Reminder System for Memory Loss
M. McLarty, E. Migicovsky, P. Srikantha, A. Gopal, P. Marchwica, C. Gawne, P. Yu, and J. Zelek (Canada)
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619-006 StandEasy: A Device for People with Parkinson's Disease
A. Schulze, A. Murczek, D. Corneil, D. Kraan, D. Smith, K. Cerar, J. Ma, and J. Zelek (Canada)
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619-035 An Environmental Control HW/SW Framework for Daily Living of Elderly and Disabled People
G. Matrella, F. Grossi, V. Bianchi, I. De Munari, and P. Ciampolini (Italy)
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619-037 A Novel System for Inferring Activities of Daily Living in Smart Home
M. Kim, S.-L. Bang, S.-k. Song, J. Jang, J. Lim, S.-H. Park, and S.-J. Park (Korea)
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Track Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Engineering FreeSubscription
619-007 Efficient and Accurate Femur Reconstruction using Model-based Segmentation and Superquadric Shapes
R. Cuypers, Z. Tang, W. Luther, and J. Pauli (Germany)
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619-013 The Influence of Unloading Reflexes on Arm Position: Considerations for the Control of Robotic Assistive Devices
P.S. Archambault (Canada)
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619-016 Improving Finger Force Control with Vibrational Haptic Feedback for Multiple Sclerosis
L. Jiang, M.R. Cutkosky (USA), J. Ruutiainen, and R. Raisamo (Finland)
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619-034 Philips Stroke Rehabilitation Exerciser: A Usability Test
P. Saini (The Netherlands), R. Willmann (Germany), R. Huurneman (The Netherlands), G. Lanfermann, J. te Vrugt, S. Winter (Germany), and J. Buurke (The Netherlands)
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619-800 Modeling and Filtering Athetoid Movement for Assistive Computer Interfaces
K.C. Olds, S. Sibenaller, R.A. Cooper, D. Ding, and C.N. Riviere (USA)
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Track Assistive Wheelchair Technology and Mobility Aids FreeSubscription
619-003 Redesign of the Rollator's (Walker's) Parking Brake System
S. Siu, M. Wong, A. Shah, H. Li, A. Soong, R. Cao, L. Pino, and J. Zelek (Canada)
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619-022 The Design of a Smart Controller for Electric Powered Wheelchairs
B. Salatin, G. Grindle, H. Wang, and R.A. Cooper (USA)
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619-025 Vibration-based Terrain Classification for Electric Powered Wheelchairs
E. Coyle, E.G. Collins, Jr., E. DuPont, D. Ding, H. Wang, R.A. Cooper, and G. Grindle (USA)
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619-030 A Mechatronics Vision for Smart Wheelchairs
A. Kawaguchi (USA), Y. Noda, Y. Sato, Y. Kondo, and K. Terashima (Japan)
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619-033 Potential Solutions to Improve the Safety of Wheelchair-Seated Drivers and Passengers in Private Vehicles
I. de Jongh and L. van Roosmalen (USA)
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Track Telehealth Applications FreeSubscription
619-803 Segmentation of Carotid Artery using Wavelets for the Analysis of Cardiovascular Diseases
K.B. Jayanthi (India), M.S. Kumar (USA), and R.S.D.W. Banu (India)
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619-805 HL7-CDA and DICOM Standards in Electronic Health Records System in Ophthalmology
I. De La Torre, R. Hornero, M. López, and M.I. López (Spain)
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619-807 Comprehensive Diabetes Management Program (CDMP)
S. Fonda, D. Birkmire-Peters, and S.-E. Bursell (USA)
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619-811 Feasibility and Acceptance of Tai Chi e-Learning
J. Li and J. Finkelstein (USA)
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619-812 Review of Mobile Phone Use in Preventive Medicine and Disease Management
C. Skinner and J. Finkelstein (USA)
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619-813 Telehealth in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
K.H. Tiedemann (Canada)
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619-818 Digital Microscopy: A Survey to Examine Patterns of Use and Technology Standards
Peter Kragel and Philip Kragel (USA)
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619-819 Multimodal Medical Image Fusion using Autoassociative Neural Network
S. Patnaik and T. Sahoo (India)
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Track Computing and Technology FreeSubscription
619-801 Managing Communicable Diseases using an Agile Information Framework
V.L. Narasimhan (USA)
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619-804 Technical Challenges in Leveraging Distributed Clinical Data
A. Stell, R. Sinnott, and O. Ajayi (UK)
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619-806 Communicating Security Policies to Trusted e-Health Information Systems: A Specification Process based Approach
V.L. Narasimhan (USA) and P.R. Croll (Australia)
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619-808 Implementation of an SMS-based Telemedicine System for Patient Electrocardiogram Monitoring
A.A. Tahat (Jordan)
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619-809 Theoretical Models and Concepts in e-Education of Health Professionals
O. Lapshin and J. Finkelstein (USA)
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619-814 Identification and Patient's Vital Signs Monitoring Solution based on RFID and Wireless Technologies
R. Sliz, H. Kotipalo, I. Ashraf, S. Sasin, H. Alamaki, and H. Sorvoja (Finland)
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619-820 Analysis and Reduction of Embedding Error for a Semi-Reversible Image Authentication Watermark
F. Ahmed and I.S. Moskowitz (USA)
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619-822 DDoS Attack Detection using K-Nearest Neighbor Classifier Method
N.H. Vu, Y.-S. Choi, and M. Choi (Korea)
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The topics to be covered include, but are not limited to: Clinical Applications of Telehealth - * Primary Care * Nursing * Home Care * Rehabilitation * Pediatrics * Geriatrics * Dermatology * Radiology * Surgery * Ophthalmology * ENT * Cardiology * Pathology * Oncology * Emergency Medicine * Mental Health * Chronic Disease Management * Dentistry * Consultations; Other Applications of Telehealth - * Sociological Aspects * Data Security and Reliability * Privacy * Cost/Benefit Analysis * Legal, Policy, and Regulatory Aspects * Organizational Aspects * e-Learning * Health Administration * Knowledge Management * Underserviced Communities and Demand for Telehealth * Case Studies; Telehealth Technologies and Interoperability - * Monitoring (Sensors, Receivers, Transmitters, Recorders) * Diagnostics * Digital Imaging * Computed Radiology * Computed Tomography * Ultrasound Imaging * Signal Processing * Image Processing * Image Compression * Data Transmission * Image Transmission * Videoconferencing * Decision Support Systems * Web-based Telehealth * Database and Information Systems * Networking and Interfaces * Robotics * Remote Controls * Surgery Simulations * Visualization * Simulation and Training * Interoperability; Assistive Software Technology * Character Recognition Software * Optical Character Recognition * Teletext * Speech Synthesis * Screen Magnifiers * Screen Readers * Audio Description * Braille Codes * Braille Translators * Voice Recognition Software * Facial Recognition Software * Intelligent Tutoring Systems * Mind Reading/Mapping Software * Machine Translation * Text-to-Speech Synthesizers * Natural Language Processing * Web Accessibility Issues * GUIs * Assistive Technology for Learning Disabilities * Cognitive Orthotics Software * Human-Computer Interaction; Assistive Rehabilitative Technology - * Haptic Interfaces * Assistive Robotics * Virtual Reality * Artificial Intelligence * Intelligent Machines * Prosthetics * Biomimetics * Biomechanics * Stroke Rehabilitation * Bioelectric Sensors * Rehabilitation Engineering * Educational and Vocational Rehabilitation * Distance Education * Cognitive Retraining; Assistive Ergonomic Technology - * Accessibility Issues * Braille Displays * Ergonomic Devices for Transport * Pedestrian Mobility Aids * Navigation Devices * Smart Homes * Advanced Wheelchair Systems * Computer Hardware * Ergonomic Furniture * Tactile Graphics * Adaptive Telecommunications Systems * Assistive Listening Devices * Assistive Dining Devices; Assistive Medical Technology - * Geriatric Care * Functional Imaging * Biomedical Engineering * Audiometry * Wearable Devices * Reminding and Alerting Devices * Vital Signs Monitoring * Hearing Aids * Low-Vision Aids * Reading Magnifiers * Head-Mounted Displays * Artificial Retina Component Chips * Vision Backpacks * Telecare * Telematics Systems * Machine Vision * Eye-Tracking Devices.

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