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RefLink: An Interface that Enables People with Motion Impairments to Analyze Web Content and Dynamically Link to References


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Deshpande, Smita; Betke, Margrit. -RefLink: An Interface that Enables People with Motion Impairments to Analyze Web Content and Dynamically Link to References-, Technical Report BUCS-TR-2009-008, Computer Science Department, Boston University, March 11, 2009. Available from: http:-hdl.handle.net-2144-1732

Abstract

We present RefLink, an interface that allows users to analyze the content of webpages by dynamically linking to an online encyclopedia such as Wikipedia. Upon opening a webpage, RefLink instantly provides a list of terms extracted from the webpage and annotates each term by the number of its occurrences in the page. RefLink uses the text-to-speech interface to read out the list of terms. The user can select a term of interest and follow its link to the encyclopedia. RefLink thus helps the users to perform an informed and efficient contextual analysis. Initial user testing suggests that RefLink is a valuable web browsing tool, in particular for people with motion impairments, because it simplifies the process of obtaining reference material and performing contextual analysis.

CAS: Computer Science: Technical Reports -



Autor: Deshpande, Smita - Betke, Margrit - -

Fuente: https://open.bu.edu/







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