Karl Wiegand
Karl Wiegand
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Non-syntactic word prediction for AAC
K Wiegand, R Patel
Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for …, 2012
232012
RSVP IconMessenger: icon-based brain-interfaced alternative and augmentative communication
A Ahani, K Wiegand, U Orhan, M Akcakaya, M Moghadamfalahi, ...
Brain-Computer Interfaces 1 (3-4), 192-203, 2014
112014
SymbolPath: a continuous motion overlay module for icon-based assistive communication
K Wiegand, R Patel
Proceedings of the 14th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers …, 2012
112012
Leveraging semantic frames and serial icon presentation for message construction
K Wiegand, R Patel, D Erdogmus
Proceedings of the ISAAC Conference for Augmentative and Alternative …, 2010
92010
Impact of motor impairment on full-screen touch interaction
K Wiegand, R Patel
J Technol Pers wirh Disabil 3 (22), 58-76, 2015
62015
Intelligent assistive communication and the web as a social medium
K Wiegand
Proceedings of the 11th Web for All Conference, 1-2, 2014
52014
Using dimensional data to address enrollment management questions in higher education
B Duniway, K Wiegand
College and University 84 (4), 32, 2009
42009
RSVP-iconCHAT: A single-switch, icon-based AAC interface
K Wiegand, R Patel
Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities, 29th Annual International …, 2014
32014
DigitCHAT: Enabling AAC input at conversational speed
K Wiegand, R Patel
Proceedings of the 16th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers …, 2014
22014
Approximation models of combat in starcraft 2
I Helmke, D Kreymer, K Wiegand
arXiv preprint arXiv:1403.1521, 2014
22014
Semantic disambiguation of non-syntactic and continuous motion text entry for AAC
K Wiegand
ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing, 38-43, 2013
22013
Disambiguation of imprecise user input through intelligent assistive communication
K Wiegand
Northeastern University, 2014
12014
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