Özdenizci & Erdoğmuş (2019) address potential confounders caused by heuristic feature ranking and selection based dimensionality reduction methods that are widely used for brain interfaces and extend this focus with a novel information theoretic feature transformation concept.
McNaughton et al. (2019) article was the most frequently downloaded paper in the AAC journal in 2019.
RERC on AAC to present at the ATIA 2019 Conference in Orlando, FL.
The TAT4AAC is a new resource to help us better understand the cognitive demands of various AAC technologies.
Eddy and colleagues examined trends in inclusion and description of study participants with disabilities across six International BCI Meetings from 1999 to 2016.
O’Neill et al. investigated visual attention to complex AAC VSDs by participants with and without developmental disabilities.
The five papers from the State of the Science Conference have received over 25,000 downloads since they were published in a special issue of the AAC journal.
The 2019 Doctoral Student AAC Research Think Tank was held on the University Park campus of Penn State University from May 19 – May 21, 2019.
In a recent podcast for Speech Uncensored, Dr. Susan Fager discussed her research on access and communication technology
Michael Laffin, Kyle Cleven, Dexter Rausch won the 2019 RERC on AAC Student Research and Design Competition for their work on the Adaptive Tongue Operated Mouse (ATOM).