Um Estudo de Mapeamento Sistemático sobre Metodologias de Avaliação em Interação Humano-Computador voltadas à Tecnologia Assistiva com foco em Pessoas com Deficiência Motora

Andreia Sias Rodrigues, Vinicius Kruger Costa, Rafael Cunha Cardoso, Marcelo Bender Machado, Tatiana Aires Tavares

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A proposição de uma Tecnologia Assistiva (TA) para a interação com o computador é ainda um grande desafio, uma vez que os dispositivos de interação precisam estar adaptados às necessidades e habilidades dos usuários. Este desafio é atualmente abordado pela área de Interação Humano-Computador (IHC), que explora o projeto, implementação e avaliação de sistemas informáticos computacionais interativos. No caso da avaliação de um dispositivo voltado para TA é ela que, além de outros fatores de performance, irá validar se a TA é realmente voltada para o público alvo. Este trabalho explora metodologias de avaliação em IHC com foco em pessoas com deficiência motora nos membros superiores, resultado de um mapeamento sistemático da literatura. Por fim, este trabalho incluí uma proposta de taxonomia de como estes dispositivos de TA são classificados quanto às suas formas de captação de dados. 


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metodologias de avaliação; interação humano-computador; tecnologia assistiva; deficiência motora

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