Computer Access SelectorBy Seeger Ph.D., Barry;Garrett B.Tech., Rob;Stewart B.App.Sc. (OT), Hugh;Stapleton B.Eng., Duane A.;Rehabilitation Engineering, Regency Park Centre, Kilkenny, South Australia.; Rehabilitation R & D Progress Reports, 1995, Vol 33
(Pages: 128-129) Publication Date: June 1996
This article describes a piece of software designed to assist service providers and their clients choose suitable computer access products for individuals with a disabilities. The Computer Access Selector narrows down the large number of products for Macintosh and IBM compatible computers based on feature selections made by the user, which can be of great assistance especially as multiple products are often used together to form a complete access solution. The software, which runs under Microsoft Windows, enables the user to specify the requirements they are looking for by selecting from a series of parameters. Computer Access Selector uses expert knowledge to suggest potentially suitable products. The suggestions are dynamically adjusted as user selections are changed. The software is now undergoing evaluation testing.
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