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Cambridge University Press, 1992. . Hardcover. Some slight sunning to covers, o/wise good condition. Part of the Cambridge Series on Human-Computer Interaction. Examines techniques of human-computer interaction that can be applied to the design of communication aids for those with physical disabilities. Part I discusses an architecture for communication aids & the distinctions between adaptive & nonadaptive models of communication. Part II describes the Reactive Keyboard system, which predicts the user's next response. 186pp.