Computerised Braille Production: Today and Tomorrow by Gerald W. Mundy Ed.D., Martin F. Droege (auth.), Derrick W.

By Gerald W. Mundy Ed.D., Martin F. Droege (auth.), Derrick W. Croisdale, Dr. Hermann Kamp, Professor Dr. Helmut Werner (eds.)

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And this is only an example of a relatively "common" compound word: an ANTRAGSFORMULAR (request form) for LOHNSTEUERJAHRESAUSGLEICH is a LOHNSTEUJmJAHRESAUSGLEICHSANTRAGSFORMULAR, where it is absolutely correct (though not mandatory) to use ~ hyphens at all. This way of chaining words up also applies to the most far-fetcherl ad-hoc constructerl compound words and this will appear many times on every page of any given text which the computer is assumed to nevertheless translate correctly. 21 This should give you an impression of the h uge amount of research work done by Prof.

Another important factor influencing the development of the system was the pattern of use and needs for brail1e in Sweden. Ana1yses of these showed that the strongest areas of need for brai1le were for more specica1ised material; study material, material for work, reference material, etc .. The medium of brai11e is particu1ar1y advantageous for this type of material with regard to ease of use. Furthermore, this area of use seems to be the 37 most promising area of application for the braille display/cassette equipment now becoming available.

34 2 - TRANSLATION OF CONTRACTED BRAILLE TO ITS INTEGRAL FORM We are interested in the contracted Braille translation to its integral form because this would allow to build a redaction tool for the blind people. Indeed, with the help of an adjusted terminal, for instance a terminal using the ephemeral Braille, blind could write a text in contracted Braille, correct it with an editor and afterwards print it on anormal and small printer. This would be a great help for communication between blind and seeing people.

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