ERIC Number: ED149546
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Reference Count: 0
Braille Research Newsletter (Braille Automation Newsletter). Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6.
Gill, J. M., Ed.; Clark, L. L., Ed.
Presented is a compilation of the February 1976, August 1976, December 1976, July 1977, and October 1977 issues of the "Braille Research Newsletter". Each issue usually includes an editorial, several articles, and a listing of publications and reports. Among the articles are the following titles and authors: "Discussion Paper on the Desirability of a Joint Research Project on the Braille Code, Extending the Use of Braille, and the Improvement of Reading Skills" (J. Douce and M. Tobin); "Current Research at the Perceptual Alternatives Laboratory" (E. Foulke); "A Feasability Study on a Braille Transcription Service for Short Documents" (J. Gill and J. Humphreys); "Computer-Assisted Transcription of Braille Music" (S. Wilkinson); "Automated Braille Research at the National Physical Laboratory" (J. Howlett); "Available Page Braille Embossers" (J. Gill); "Using Redundancy for the Syntactic Analysis of Natural Languages--Application to the Automatic Correction of French Text" (J. Courtin); "The Introduction of Braille Produced by Computer at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind" (D. Brown); and "World Council for the Welfare of the Blind Committee on Computerized Braille Production" (E. Munoz, et al.). (SBH)
Publication Type: Journal Articles
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Foundation for the Blind, New York, NY.
Note: The Newsletter is also a product of the Univ. of Warwick Research Unit for the Blind, Coventry, England