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By A. Barreto (auth.), Simon Harper, Yeliz Yesilada (eds.)

Covering key parts of evaluate and technique, client-side purposes, professional and novel applied sciences, besides preliminary value determinations of disabilities, this crucial e-book offers comprehenisve insurance of internet accessibility.

Written by way of prime specialists within the box, it offers an outline of present examine and likewise seems to be at destiny advancements, offering a miles deeper perception than may be acquired via latest learn libraries, aggregations, or se's. In tackling the topic from a learn, instead of practitioner point of view, scientists, engineers and postgraduate scholars will discover a definitive and foundational textual content that incorporates box overviews, references, concerns, new examine, difficulties and options, and reviews from business specialists and well known lecturers from major overseas associations together with Adobe, Google, IBM, W3C, and York, Dartmouth and Kansai Universities.

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