Literature Review Planning

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This page is used by the Research Questions Task Force to plan the review of literature related to current work items. Please add to this page if you volunteer to read references in connection with our work, and keep it up to date as your intentions change.

At the meeting of 25 January 2017, it was acknowledged that reviewing the abstract of a paper to determine its relevance, then deciding whether reading the entire paper was appropriate, would be a reasonable review strategy. This is not meant to discourage reviewing entire papers even if they seem less directly relevant to accessibility than others that we find.

Authentication References

  • Visual Challenges in the Everyday Lives of Blind People (David Sloan)
  • Accessibility in context: understanding the truly mobile experience of smartphone users with motor impairments (David Sloan and Jason White)
  • Privacy Behaviors of Lifeloggers using Wearable Cameras (David Sloan)
  • Privacy Concerns and Behaviors of People with Visual Impairments (David Sloan and Jason White)
  • Under the table: tap authentication for smartphones (Jason White)
  • Investigating User Behavior for Authentication Methods: A Comparison between Individuals with Down Syndrome and Neurotypical Users (Jason White)
  • The SoundsRight CAPTCHA: an improved approach to audio human interaction proofs for blind users
  • Leveraging human computation for pure-text Human Interaction Proofs (Jason White)
  • A Set of Heuristics for Usable Security and User Authentication (Scott Hollier)
  • PassChords: secure multi-touch authentication for blind people (Scott Hollier)
  • On the need for different security methods on mobile phones (Scott Hollier)
  • Accessibility of CAPTCHA methods and other publications on accessible CAPTCHA (Scott Hollier)
  • Toward tactile authentication for blind users (Scott Hollier)
  • Freedom to roam: a study of mobile device adoption and accessibility for people with visual and motor disabilities (Scott Hollier)