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This is possible thanks to her Macintosh computer and special assistive technology. Marie-France describes her daily routine, in her own words: “As I am almost completely paralyzed and my hands do not move at all, it is impossible for me to type on a keyboard or use a mouse. (...) This allows me, through the aid of a switch, to control the scanning of one or more keyboards designed by myself. The switch is a little device that is taped to my cheek; all I need to do is make small jaw movements to activate the scanning. (...) I developed a rapid writing method based on a pretty complicated writing keyboard. I also use the KeyStrokes application, which offers the possibility of entering as many abbreviations as I want and, in addition, offers word prediction.
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Score: 2065471.9 - https://www.itu.int/themes/acc...lity/stories/marie-france.html
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These examinations concluded that while the appellant was physically incapable of using a computer keyboard, she could nevertheless resume work that did not require the use of a keyboard. (...) Frechon was unable to resume her former work in Arusha because, on the one hand, it had become impossible for her to use a computer keyboard and, on the other, appropriate treatment could not be provided to her there. (...) It considered that the inability to use a computer keyboard was not reasonably incompatible with the continued performance by Ms.
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Score: 2054608 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...t/judgments/2010-unat-003e.pdf
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For in-band management, the Bridge IC can forward the SoC's Keyboard Controller Style (KCS) request to the BMC' in clause 9.7.3. – [b-OCP AMBH] provides USB interface as 'The motherboard has two external USB ports located in the front of the motherboard. The BIOS supports the following USB devices: Keyboard and mouse' in clause 10.6. – [b-OCP TP] provides USB interface as 'The motherboard has one external Type-A, right angle USB 2.0/3.0 port and one USB 3.0. (...) The BIOS should support the following USB devices: USB keyboard and mouse' in clause 10.5. – [b-OCP Yose] provides VGA support as 'The Yosemite V2 Platform supports a VGA interface.
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Score: 2025355 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page216.html
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GUIDELINES FOR ERGONOMIC WORKSTATIONS AND WORK WITH COMPUTERS / FROM THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Equipment 3. All modern office computer equipment is furnished with detachable keyboards, which are fundamental requirements for an ergonomically acceptable workstation. (...) Workstations should have independent height adjustments for keyboards and monitors. Keyboard surfaces should generally range in height from 25 to 30 inches above the floor, and the monitor platform height from 32 to 37 inches above the floor. (...) If the user looks at the keyboard, a document should be flat on the desk or between the keyboard and the monitor.
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Score: 1908718 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ST/IC/1999/14&Lang=E
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Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 4 Related Works: EdgeWrite Alphabet Version 3.0.1 Proposed by Wobbrock, J.O. (2006) Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 5 Gesture Keyboard (GKB) for Devanagari (One of Indic Scripts) Proposed by HP Lab., India Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 6 Analysis on Syllabic Based Scripts Myanmar Language Bangla or Bengali Language Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 7 Analysis on Syllabic Based Scripts (cont’d) Khmer Language Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 8 Concept of Positional Gesture Logical Structure of a Consonant Cluster Positional Gesture Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 9 for Khmer Gesture Commands for Myanmar Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 10 Positional Gesture Prototypes for Myanmar for Khmer Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 11 Experiment Procedures Explaining the concept of Positional Gesture text input Making demonstration of text input with Positional Gesture prototype and NiDA software keyboard Allowing 10 minutes practice time for each user to learn text input with Positional Gesture prototype and software keyboard Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 12 Recording users’ typing speeds of short Khmer message for 5 trial times (including error correction time) Getting users’ feedback for our Positional Gesture prototype and NiDA software keyboard with small questionnaires Experiment Procedures (cont’d) Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 13 Myanmar Text for User Study (6 sentences which contain 107 characters including spaces) Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 14 Khmer Text for User Study (5 sentences which contain 135 characters including spaces) Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 15 User Study with Native Participants Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 16 NiDA Software Keyboard Layout (Unshifted Mode) NiDA Software Keyboard Layout (Shift Mode) NiDA Software Keyboard Layout (Right Alt Mode) NiDA Software Keyboard for Comparison Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 17 User Study Result for Myanmar Typing Speed Improvements of 5 Myanmar Users for Positional Gesture with Mouse and Pen Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 18 User Study Result for Khmer Typing Speed Comparison of 5 Cambodian Users with Mouse, Trackball and Software Keyboard Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 19 Characters per Minute (CPM) for Myanmar Language Positional Gesture with mouse:19.27 CPM Positional Gesture with pen: 14.29 CPM Win Myanmar Software Keyboard: 42.8 CPM For Khmer Language, Positional Gesture with mouse: 17.69 CPM Positional Gesture with trackball: 17.72 CPM Khmer Software Keyboard: 29.13 CPM Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 20 Result of Likert Scales by Myanmar Users Mean (Standard Deviation) Responses by 5 Myanmar Users for 5-point Likert Scale Questions Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 21 Mean (Standard Deviation) Responses by 5 Khmer Users for 5-point Likert Scale Questions Result of Likert Scales by Cambodian Users Geneva, 12-13 May 2008 First ITU-T Kaleidoscope Conference – Innovations in NGN 22 Conclusion and Future Work The proposed gesture idea is a very simple, user- friendly and possible Khmer text input method on computing devices.
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Score: 1905733.6 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../29/01/T29010030040001PDFE.pdf
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Yes, a high difficulty Laptop Computer High Performance Laptop Computer Can not perform this activity at all Laptop Computer High Performance Laptop Computer Do you have difficulty using their hands or fingers? Yes, a high difficulty Desktop Computer Ergonomic Trackball Mouse Arm rests Keyboard with large keys (twice the standard size) High Performance Desktop Computer Ergonomic Trackball Mouse Arm rests Keyboard with large keys (twice the standard size) Can not perform this activity at all Desktop Computer Eye tracker for PC Dictation Software High Performance Desktop Computer Tobii Dynavox PCEye (software or hardware). (...) Yes, a high difficulty Laptop Computer High Performance Laptop Computer Can not perform this activity at all Laptop Computer High Performance Laptop Computer Generate a dialogue between the developers and the  people with disabilities towards the democratization of  the ICT’s Focused on the accessibility guidelines  established by the W3C  Encourage people with disabilities to use technologies (4G) Telecommunications do not have an accessible format (audible, visual, pictographic) Accessible Telephony Digital TV
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Score: 1877238.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ntation%20Conapdis_English.pdf
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The demo case:Computing Power Network Exhibitor:China Telecom Abstract:Computing power network is a new sloution that distributes computing power information of various computing nodes through network control plane or distributed routing protocols, and combines network information to provide users with the optimal computing power allocation and network connection solution. (...) The whole demo we developed based on chrome original one contains two services: Dino Runner game which needs gesture recognition with latency- sensitive, the other is storage which is used to train data with non-latency-sensitive (data training can improve the accuracy of gesture recognition) .Visitor could play a funny and familiar game- Dino Runner, but with gesture recognition instead of keyboard input to experience the different game effects with the computing power network disabled and enabled. The demo will eventually show that computing power network can provide users with the optimal computing power allocation and network connection solution.
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Score: 1876708.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...13/Documents/Abstract_Wang.pdf
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12.2.2016. Goodbye ‘Keyboard Activism’: 2016 is the year of the ‘Keyboard Volunteer’ United Nations Volunteers reveals growth of online volunteering 02 December 2016, Bonn, Germany: To mark International Volunteer Day today, the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme has released encouraging new figures demonstrating a rise in ‘keyboard volunteers’ as interest in the UNV Online Volunteering service swells. (...) For online assignments, organizations and volunteers team up to address sustainable development challenges, with volunteers working from a computer, tablet or mobile phone anywhere in the world, on a vast range of projects, including translation services, graphic design and project management. (...) We’re pleased to see that despite the sometimes negative environment of the web, the internet can still be a force for good and empower thousands of people to make a real difference to communities across the world each day. While ‘keyboard activists’ can often be derided for failing to make an impact, through the UNV Online Volunteering service, every day volunteers are working for peace and development through the power of their keyboard and today is the perfect opportunity to remember the contribution they – and the billions of people who volunteer across the world -- make.”
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Score: 1876379.1 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...20Press%20Release_Final_EN.pdf
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While we work to make computers and information accessible to people in their own language, we also need to make computers easier to use. If people find it difficult to use a keyboard and a mouse, it is not their fault – we just have to find more intelligent engineers to design better computers! For limited applications, one can make PCs use spoken language for communicating with a user. Instead of using a keyboard and a mouse, we can use touch screens through which people can easily indicate their choices.
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Score: 1835525.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/cec/wsis2003/doc/ramani.doc
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Figure I-1 illustrates a steno keyboard. The lower image shows the general layout of a steno keyboard. (...) Figure I-2 illustrates a European languages keyboard. The lower image shows the general layout of the keyboard. (...) Figure I-3 illustrates the palantype keyboard. The lower image shows the general layout of the keyboard.
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Score: 1835471.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...UT-FSTP-2018-ACC.RCS-PDF-E.pdf
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