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Measuring accessibility for people with a disability
RL Church, JR Marston
Geographical Analysis 35 (1), 83-96, 2003
3192003
Personal guidance system for people with visual impairment: A comparison of spatial displays for route guidance
JM Loomis, JR Marston, RG Golledge, RL Klatzky
Journal of visual impairment & blindness 99 (4), 219-232, 2005
2052005
Stated preferences for components of a personal guidance system for nonvisual navigation
RG Golledge, JR Marston, JM Loomis, RL Klatzky
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 98 (3), 135-147, 2004
1602004
Cognitive load of navigating without vision when guided by virtual sound versus spatial language.
RL Klatzky, JR Marston, NA Giudice, RG Golledge, JM Loomis
Journal of experimental psychology: Applied 12 (4), 223, 2006
1432006
The hidden demand for participation in activities and travel by persons who are visually impaired
JR Marston, RG Golledge
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 97 (8), 475-488, 2003
136*2003
Nonvisual route following with guidance from a simple haptic or auditory display
JR Marston, JM Loomis, RL Klatzky, RG Golledge
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 101 (4), 203-211, 2007
1022007
Evaluation of spatial displays for navigation without sight
JR Marston, JM Loomis, RL Klatzky, RG Golledge, EL Smith
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 3 (2), 110-124, 2006
1002006
Assisting wayfinding in visually impaired travelers
JM Loomis, RG Golledge, RL Klatzky, JR Marston
Applied Spatial Cognition, 179-202, 2020
802020
Attitudes of visually impaired persons toward the use of public transportation
RG Golledge, JR Marston, CM Costanzo
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness 91 (5), 446-459, 1997
801997
Investigating travel behavior of nondriving blind and vision impaired people: The role of public transit
JR Marston, RG Golledge, CM Costanzo
The Professional Geographer 49 (2), 235-245, 1997
551997
Towards an Accessible City: Empirical Measurement and Modeling of Access to Urban Opportunities for those with Vision Impairments, Using Remote Infrared Audible Signage
JR Marston
Dissertation, 2002
372002
Towards an accessible city: Empirical measurement and modeling of access to urban opportunities for those with vision impairments, using remote infrared audible signage
JR Marston
University of California, Santa Barbara, 2002
372002
A relative access measure to identify barriers to efficient transit use by persons with visual impairments
JR Marston, RL Church
Disability and Rehabilitation 27 (13), 769-779, 2005
302005
The Blind Leading the Blind: Toward Collaborative Online Route Information Management by Individuals with Visual Impairments.
VA Kulyukin, J Nicholson, DA Ross, JR Marston, F Gaunet
AAAI Spring Symposium: Social Information Processing, 54-59, 2008
262008
Assistive devices and services for the disabled: Auditory signage and the accessible city for blind or vision-impaired travelers
RG Golledge, JR Marston, CM Costanzo
251998
The mass transit needs of a non-driving disabled population
RG Golledge, CM Costanzo, JR Marston
191996
The mass transit needs of a non-driving disabled population
RG Golledge, CM Costanzo, JR Marston
191996
Tactile map automated production (TMAP): project update and research summary
JA Miele, JR Marston
Proceedings CSUN, 2005
182005
Towards an accessible city: Removing functional barriers for the blind and vision impaired: A case for auditory signs
JR Marston, RG Golledge
182000
Towards an accessible city: Removing functional barriers for the blind and vision impaired: A case for auditory signs
JR Marston, RG Golledge
182000
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