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Vanderheiden, G., Treviranus, J., Martínez J., Bekiaris E., Gemou, M., & Chourasia A. (2012).  Auto-personalization: Theory, practice and cross-platform implementation. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 45, 926-930.
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Vanderheiden, G., Boyd, W., Mendenhall, J., & Ford, K. (1991).  Development of a multisensory nonvisual interface to computers for blind users. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 35(5), 315-318.
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Vanderheiden, G., Treviranus, J., Gemou, M., Bekiaris E., Markus, K., Clark, C., et al. (2013).  The Evolving Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII). Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction: Design Methods, Tools, and Interaction Techniques for eInclusion. 8009, 107-116.
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Irwin, C., Meyer R. H., Yen T. Y., Kelso D., & Sesto M. (2008).  Force and impulse production during the use of a touch screen by individuals with motor control disabilities. Human Factors and Ergonomics 52nd Annual Meeting. 52, 1317-1320.
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Vanderheiden, G., Treviranus, J., Markus, K., Clark, C., & Basman A. (2013).  The Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure, Cloud4all and Prosperity4all. AAATE 2013 - Assistive Technology Research Series, Assistive Technology: From Research to Practice. 33, 417-422.
Vanderheiden, G., Treviranus, J., & Martínez J. (2012).  GPII and CLOUD4All: Auto-Personalization for Universal Accessibility.
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Stephanidis, C., Akoumianakis, D., Vanderheiden G., Bevan, N., Salvendy G., Emiliani P., et al. (2001).  Toward an Information Society for All. User Interfaces for All: Concepts, Methods, and Tools. 635-663.
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Epelde, G., Carrasco, E., Zimmerman G., Alexandersson J. J. A., NeBelrath R., & Markus, K. (2011).  Universal Remote Console-based next-generation accessible television. Universal Access in the Information Society.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2011).  U.S. Patent No. 8,049,991. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2011).  U.S. Patent No. 8,049,991. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2008).  U.S. Patent No. D579,940. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2008).  U.S. Patent No. D579,940. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2008).  U.S. Patent No. D582,430. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2008).  U.S. Patent No. D582,430. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
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