Solutions focused on High-Level Assistive Technology: Perceptions and Trends observed from a Systematic Literature Mapping
Keywords:Assistive Technology, Human-Computer Interaction, Software Engineering;, Frameworks, Prototypes, Systematic Literature Mapping
This work presents the results achieved from the application of the Systematic Literature Mapping (SLM) methodology on the theme: Development of High-Level Assistive Technology (AT) Solutions. The article details the execution of this research technique to map the state-of-the-art on the proposed theme. Based on the obtained results, the paper proposes a taxonomy of the works, characterizing them according to the type of proposed solution and functionalities available in the applications. Additionally, the article highlights the architectural and technological aspects found in these studies. Finally, the paper discusses the main trends perceived throughout this analysis, as well as identifies potential gaps to be explored as a sequence of this research.
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