Enriched human-centered multimedia computing through inspirations from disabilities and deficit-centered computing solutions

Sethuraman Panchanthan Narayanan C Krishnan Sreekar Krishna Troy McDaniel Vineeth N Balasubramanian
Abstract The paradigm of human-centered multimedia computing (HCMC) has emerged recently as a result of the increasing emphasis on integrating the concept of human- centeredness in various aspects of multimedia computing. While many theories have been proposed to advance this paradigm, it is our belief that a complete understanding of the issues surrounding HCMC requires capturing a complementary (yet enriching) perspective through inspirations drawn from studying human disabilities and deficits. In this paper, we ...