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Keates, S. (2004). Report on 2nd Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology (CWUAAT 2004). IBM TJ Watson Research Center
No abstract available.
Keates, S. (2005). BS 7000-6:2005 Design management systems. Managing inclusive design. Guide. British Standards Institution
BS 7000-6 provides the guidelines for adoption of inclusive approach to to design of products. BS 7000 Part 6 is the British Standard that is a part of the BS 7000 series on D...
Eissa, H., Melis, W. J. C., Keates, S., & Doncheva, R. (2018, June). Enhancing Robotic Swarms With Fractal Behaviours to Explore Unknown Enclosed Areas. Paper presented at 3rd Medway Engineering Conference: Systems: Efficiency, Sustainability and Modelling
Swarm robotics coordinates multiple interacting robots for which it takes inspiration from nature. It has been used in different engineering applications, such as: food search...
Kinkiri, S., Melis, W. J., & Keates, S. (2017, February). Creating patterns for machine learning using multiple alignment. Poster presented at First HBP (Human Brain Project) Student Conference: Transdisciplinary Research Linking Neuroscience, Brain Medicine and Computer Science
Kinch, M., Melis, W. J., & Keates, S. (2017, February). An evolutionary machine learning algorithm to enhance language processing. Poster presented at 1st HBP Student Conference
Granic, A., Keates, S., & Adams, R. (2008, July). Are ambient intelligent applications more universally accessible?. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Applied Ergonomics
Keates, S. (2008, July). Designing for accessibility: Extending UI design approaches to hardware. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Applied Ergonomics
Keates, S. (2008, July). Designing for accessibility: exploring fundamental issues. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on Applied Ergonomics
Dong, H., Keates, S., Clarkson, J., & Cassim, J. (2004, March). 'Discounted' user research for inclusive design. Paper presented at Proceedings of HEAT: Home and Electronic Assistive Technology Workshop
Paper presented as part of the Short papers session 2: Methods and tools.
Hwang, F., Langdon, P., Keates, S., & Clarkson, P. J. (2003, July). The effect of multiple haptic distractors on the performance of mtion-impaired users. Paper presented at Conference Proceedings of EuroHaptics 2003
Abstract. The effect of multiple haptic distractors on target selection performance was examined in terms of times to select the target and the associated cursor movement patt...
Hwang, F., Keates, S., Langdon, P., & Clarkson, P. J. (2002, October). Assistive haptic interfaces for motion-impaired users. Paper presented at 24th Annual Conference and the Annual Fall Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society EMBS/BMES Conference
Dong, H., Keates, S., & Clarkson, J. (2002, September). Accommodating older users' functional capabilities. Paper presented at A New Research Agenda for Older Adults
Keates, S., Clarkeson, J., & Robinson, P. (2002, September). Providing access to e-information for older adults. Paper presented at A New Research Agenda for Older Adults
Clarkson, J., Harrison, L., & Keates, S. (2001, April). How to assess whether new technology is necessarily better technology. Paper presented at International Conference on Inclusive Design and Communications (INCLUDE 2001)
In 2002, 1000 million of the world population will have a noticeable degree of functional impairment (1). It is well established that impairments such as hearing and vision ar...
Clarkson, J., & Keates, S. (2001, April). A practical inclusive design approach. Paper presented at International Conference on Inclusive Design and Communications (INCLUDE 2001)
Designers instinctively design for able-bodied users and are either unaware of the needs of users with different capabilities, or do not know how to accommodate their needs in...