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control interface

-have access to device
-keyboard, mouse, etc
-requires motor, sensory and cognitive abilities to use these things

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selection methods

way in which user makes their selection using the control device
-direct: uses the interface to make selection-requires refined movements
-indirect: steps to make a selection-scanning is most common

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scanning

good visual tracking skills, good attention, ability to sequence, very little motor control

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direct scanning

control interface is used, device scans through selection set vertically, horizontally, in sets and then user makes the selection

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coded access

scanning type, morse code, takes higher cognitive skills

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methods of activation

movement, respiration, phonation (sound/voice control)

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control enhancers examples

mobile arm supports, typing aids, mouth sticks, head pointers, alternative mouse, joysticks

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(indirect)automatic scanning

items presented continuously, can be adjusted for speed, user makes selection when choice is presented

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(indirect)step scanning

switch is activated for each item, move through items and then 2nd input when choice is made

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(indirect)inverse scanning

individual activates and holds switch closed, when switch is held down, items are scanned, when they want to make choice they release the switch

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direct selection

keyboards, pointing interfaces, speech recognition, eye controlled