Books: Human Factors in Telecommunications – Implications for the Aged and Disabled

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Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter Annual Meeting in Martlesham Heath, UK, November 1999

Edited by
Karel Brookhuis, Dick de Waard, & Clemens Weikert

Brookhuis, K.A., De Waard, D., & Weikert, C.M. (Eds.). (2000). Human Factors in Telecommunications -Implications for the aged and disabled. Maastricht, The Netherlands: Shaker Publishing.
ISBN 90-423-0119-8
Paperback, 88 pages, € 10.00, but please check at the publisher
Published by Shaker Publishing


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Contentspreview one page Preface
   Karel Brookhuis, Dick de Waard, and Clemens Weikert 
preview one page The use of electronic orientation and mobility aids by blind and partially sighted people 
    Gill Whitney 
preview one page Judgements of Eye Level in outdoor scenes 
    Helen Ross, Shazia Nawaz, and Robert O’Shea 
preview one page The role of the “TELSCAN” project in safeguarding the interests of elderly and disabled people in relation to the design of advanced transport telematics 
    Philip Barham and Aristotelis Naniopoulos 
preview one page Intersection accidents in Japan 
    Nobuyuki Uchida 
preview one page Recognition of electronic road signs 
    Dick de Waard, Jolieke Mesken, and Karel Brookhuis 
preview one page The Power Law of Practice in adaptive training applications 
    Jan Roessingh and Brian Hilburn 
preview one page Young drivers’ accident patterns 
    Valdimar Briem, Ástór Ragnarsson, and Kjartan Thórdarson 
preview one page Electronic driver support systems: Opportunities and pitfalls 
    Karel Brookhuis and Dick de WaardOrder information:
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