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  • ICCHP – Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading: Application to the Development of the Math Genie
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004
    Co-Authors: Douglas J. Gillan, Paula Barraza, Arthur I. Karshmer, Skye Pazuchanics
    Abstract:

    Can information about the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in Equation reading be applied in the creation of assistive technology for blind Equation readers? The present research used four cognitive/perceptual studies to examine several hypotheses about Equation reading: people (1) read Equations from left to right, one element at a time, (2) back scan when reading Equations, (3) substitute the outcome of a parenthetical expression for the initial elements, and (4) scan the entire Equation before element by element reading to create a schematic structure. The process tracing study provided evidence for all of the hypotheses, with three experiments supporting the first three hypotheses, but not the fourth. These results have been implemented in assistive software for visually-impaired users, the Math Genie – an auditory browser.

  • A Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading Applied to the Development of Assistive Technology for Visually-Impaired Students
    Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 2004
    Co-Authors: Paula Barraza, Douglas J. Gillan, Arthur I. Karshmer, Skye Pazuchanics
    Abstract:

    The purpose of this research was to investigate the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in Equation reading to apply that knowledge to the development of assistive technology for blind Equation readers. The research used a process tracing observational study, three experiments, and an eye-tracking study to examine several hypotheses about Equation reading: people (1) read Equations from left to right, one element at a time, (2) back scan when reading Equations, (3) substitute the outcome of a parenthetical expression for the initial elements, and (4) scan the entire Equation before element by element reading to create a schematic structure. The process tracing study provided evidence for all of the hypotheses, with the experiments supporting the first three hypotheses, but not the fourth. These results have been implemented in assistive software for visually-impaired users, the Math Genie – an auditory browser.

Douglas J. Gillan – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • ICCHP – Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading: Application to the Development of the Math Genie
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004
    Co-Authors: Douglas J. Gillan, Paula Barraza, Arthur I. Karshmer, Skye Pazuchanics
    Abstract:

    Can information about the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in Equation reading be applied in the creation of assistive technology for blind Equation readers? The present research used four cognitive/perceptual studies to examine several hypotheses about Equation reading: people (1) read Equations from left to right, one element at a time, (2) back scan when reading Equations, (3) substitute the outcome of a parenthetical expression for the initial elements, and (4) scan the entire Equation before element by element reading to create a schematic structure. The process tracing study provided evidence for all of the hypotheses, with three experiments supporting the first three hypotheses, but not the fourth. These results have been implemented in assistive software for visually-impaired users, the Math Genie – an auditory browser.

  • A Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading Applied to the Development of Assistive Technology for Visually-Impaired Students
    Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 2004
    Co-Authors: Paula Barraza, Douglas J. Gillan, Arthur I. Karshmer, Skye Pazuchanics
    Abstract:

    The purpose of this research was to investigate the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in Equation reading to apply that knowledge to the development of assistive technology for blind Equation readers. The research used a process tracing observational study, three experiments, and an eye-tracking study to examine several hypotheses about Equation reading: people (1) read Equations from left to right, one element at a time, (2) back scan when reading Equations, (3) substitute the outcome of a parenthetical expression for the initial elements, and (4) scan the entire Equation before element by element reading to create a schematic structure. The process tracing study provided evidence for all of the hypotheses, with the experiments supporting the first three hypotheses, but not the fourth. These results have been implemented in assistive software for visually-impaired users, the Math Genie – an auditory browser.

Paula Barraza – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • ICCHP – Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading: Application to the Development of the Math Genie
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004
    Co-Authors: Douglas J. Gillan, Paula Barraza, Arthur I. Karshmer, Skye Pazuchanics
    Abstract:

    Can information about the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in Equation reading be applied in the creation of assistive technology for blind Equation readers? The present research used four cognitive/perceptual studies to examine several hypotheses about Equation reading: people (1) read Equations from left to right, one element at a time, (2) back scan when reading Equations, (3) substitute the outcome of a parenthetical expression for the initial elements, and (4) scan the entire Equation before element by element reading to create a schematic structure. The process tracing study provided evidence for all of the hypotheses, with three experiments supporting the first three hypotheses, but not the fourth. These results have been implemented in assistive software for visually-impaired users, the Math Genie – an auditory browser.

  • A Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading Applied to the Development of Assistive Technology for Visually-Impaired Students
    Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 2004
    Co-Authors: Paula Barraza, Douglas J. Gillan, Arthur I. Karshmer, Skye Pazuchanics
    Abstract:

    The purpose of this research was to investigate the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in Equation reading to apply that knowledge to the development of assistive technology for blind Equation readers. The research used a process tracing observational study, three experiments, and an eye-tracking study to examine several hypotheses about Equation reading: people (1) read Equations from left to right, one element at a time, (2) back scan when reading Equations, (3) substitute the outcome of a parenthetical expression for the initial elements, and (4) scan the entire Equation before element by element reading to create a schematic structure. The process tracing study provided evidence for all of the hypotheses, with the experiments supporting the first three hypotheses, but not the fourth. These results have been implemented in assistive software for visually-impaired users, the Math Genie – an auditory browser.

Arthur I. Karshmer – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • ICCHP – Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading: Application to the Development of the Math Genie
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004
    Co-Authors: Douglas J. Gillan, Paula Barraza, Arthur I. Karshmer, Skye Pazuchanics
    Abstract:

    Can information about the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in Equation reading be applied in the creation of assistive technology for blind Equation readers? The present research used four cognitive/perceptual studies to examine several hypotheses about Equation reading: people (1) read Equations from left to right, one element at a time, (2) back scan when reading Equations, (3) substitute the outcome of a parenthetical expression for the initial elements, and (4) scan the entire Equation before element by element reading to create a schematic structure. The process tracing study provided evidence for all of the hypotheses, with three experiments supporting the first three hypotheses, but not the fourth. These results have been implemented in assistive software for visually-impaired users, the Math Genie – an auditory browser.

  • A Cognitive Analysis of Equation Reading Applied to the Development of Assistive Technology for Visually-Impaired Students
    Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 2004
    Co-Authors: Paula Barraza, Douglas J. Gillan, Arthur I. Karshmer, Skye Pazuchanics
    Abstract:

    The purpose of this research was to investigate the perceptual and cognitive processes involved in Equation reading to apply that knowledge to the development of assistive technology for blind Equation readers. The research used a process tracing observational study, three experiments, and an eye-tracking study to examine several hypotheses about Equation reading: people (1) read Equations from left to right, one element at a time, (2) back scan when reading Equations, (3) substitute the outcome of a parenthetical expression for the initial elements, and (4) scan the entire Equation before element by element reading to create a schematic structure. The process tracing study provided evidence for all of the hypotheses, with the experiments supporting the first three hypotheses, but not the fourth. These results have been implemented in assistive software for visually-impaired users, the Math Genie – an auditory browser.

Tatiana Psurek – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Analysis ofEquation of State” for Supercooled Liquid
    The Journal of Chemical Physics, 2000
    Co-Authors: Marian Paluch, S. Hensel-bielowka, Tatiana Psurek
    Abstract:

    The pressure and temperature dependent dielectric relaxation times are compared with the predictions of the model proposed by Avramov. Remarkable agreement is found in whole P and T plane. It was also pointed out that the tested model predicts no pressure effect on fragility and nonlinear character of pressure dependence of glass transition temperature. Our data provide also an assessment of the generalized Vogel–Fulcher–Tammann (VFT) law. However, it is inferred that the generalized VFT law is not able to accurately reproduce the surface described by experimental relaxation times. Additionally, isothermal data are analyzed by the pressure counterpart of the temperature VFT law. The isothermal data expressed in terms of the reduced relaxation time and reduced pressure form a master curve.