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Establishing initial user requirements for PAM-AID: a mobility and support device to assist frail and elderly visually impaired persons. / O'Neill, AM; Petrie, H; Lacey, G; Katevas, N; Karlson, MA; Engelbrektsson, P; Gallagher, B; Hunter, H; Zoldan, D.

Improving the Quality of Life for the European Citizen. ed. / I. Placencia Porrero; E. Ballabio. Amsterdam : IOS Press, 1998. p. 292-295 (Assistive Technology Research Series; Vol. 4).

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Harvard

O'Neill, AM, Petrie, H, Lacey, G, Katevas, N, Karlson, MA, Engelbrektsson, P, Gallagher, B, Hunter, H & Zoldan, D 1998, Establishing initial user requirements for PAM-AID: a mobility and support device to assist frail and elderly visually impaired persons. in IP Porrero & E Ballabio (eds), Improving the Quality of Life for the European Citizen. Assistive Technology Research Series, vol. 4, IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp. 292-295, 3rd TIDE Congress, HELSINKI, Finland, 23/06/97.

APA

O'Neill, AM., Petrie, H., Lacey, G., Katevas, N., Karlson, MA., Engelbrektsson, P., ... Zoldan, D. (1998). Establishing initial user requirements for PAM-AID: a mobility and support device to assist frail and elderly visually impaired persons. In I. P. Porrero, & E. Ballabio (Eds.), Improving the Quality of Life for the European Citizen (pp. 292-295). (Assistive Technology Research Series; Vol. 4). Amsterdam: IOS Press.

Vancouver

O'Neill AM, Petrie H, Lacey G, Katevas N, Karlson MA, Engelbrektsson P et al. Establishing initial user requirements for PAM-AID: a mobility and support device to assist frail and elderly visually impaired persons. In Porrero IP, Ballabio E, editors, Improving the Quality of Life for the European Citizen. Amsterdam: IOS Press. 1998. p. 292-295. (Assistive Technology Research Series).

Author

O'Neill, AM ; Petrie, H ; Lacey, G ; Katevas, N ; Karlson, MA ; Engelbrektsson, P ; Gallagher, B ; Hunter, H ; Zoldan, D. / Establishing initial user requirements for PAM-AID: a mobility and support device to assist frail and elderly visually impaired persons. Improving the Quality of Life for the European Citizen. editor / I. Placencia Porrero ; E. Ballabio. Amsterdam : IOS Press, 1998. pp. 292-295 (Assistive Technology Research Series).

Bibtex

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