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Title: Is It Possible to Predict the Manual Web Accessibility Result Using the Automatic Result?
Author: Olsen, Morten Goodwin
Martínez Normand, Loïc
Casado Martínez, Carlos  
Keywords: web accessibility;benchmarking;accessibility analysis tools;acesibilidad web;herramientas de accesibilidad web;accessibilitat web;eines d'accessibilitat web
Issue Date: 14-Jul-2009
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Casado, C.;Martínez, L.;Olsen, M. G.. (2009). "Is It Possible to Predict the Manual Web Accessibility Result Using the Automatic Result?". A:Goos, G.;van Leeuwen, J.;Hartmanis, J..Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Applications and Services.New York.Springer . Pág. 645 - 653. ISBN: 3-642-02712-1.
Series/Report no.: Lecture notes in computer science:5616
Abstract: The most adequate approach for benchmarking web accessibility is manual expert evaluation supplemented by automatic analysis tools. But manual evaluation has a high cost and is impractical to be applied on large websites. In reality, there is no choice but to rely on automated tools when reviewing large web sites for accessibility. The question is: to what extent the results from automatic evaluation of a web site and individual web pages can be used as an approximation for manual results? This paper presents the initial results of an investigation aimed at answering this question. He have performed both manual and automatic evaluations of the accessibility of web pages of two sites and we have compared the results. In our data set automatically retrieved results could most definitely be used as an approximation manual evaluation results.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/8261
Other Identifiers: 3-642-02712-1
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