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Generation of Multi-Modal Interfaces for Hand-Held Devices Based on User Preferences and Abilities

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2 Author(s)
Shroff, P. ; Dept. of Biomed. Eng., Marquette Univ., Milwaukee, WI ; Winters, J.M.

There is a need for interfaces, including within a home environment, that make medical instrumentation more usable and accessible. One approach for addressing this need is to strive to design interfaces that are based more on the principles of universal design. An alternative is to create personalized interfaces, where the form of the interface is based on the preferences and abilities of a specific user. This research project studies a strategy for creating accessible and optimized handheld remote console user interfaces for certain classes of medical devices. The results of this study give a clear indication of the need as well as the preference of users for a personalized user interface over a default one

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Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare, 2006. D2H2. 1st Transdisciplinary Conference on

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2-4 April 2006