Documents

BenToWeb will produce several public documents during its lifetime. Here you will find references to them for download or browsing.

Work Package 1: Project Management

Contact person: Carlos A Velasco (Fraunhofer-Institut für angewandte Informationstechnik, Sankt Augustin, Germany)

Public deliverables for work package 1
Reference No. Deliverable title Delivery date
D1.2 Project Presentation [PDF version] 30th November 2004
N/A Project brochure [PDF version] 30th November 2004 (updated April 2007)
D1.3 Final Report [PDF version] 30th September 2007

Work Package 2: Dissemination and Exploitation

Contact person: Carlos A Velasco (Fraunhofer-Institut für angewandte Informationstechnik, Sankt Augustin, Germany), Gerhard Weber (TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany)

Public deliverables for work package 2
Reference No. Deliverable title Delivery date
D2.3 Report on raising public participation and awareness [PDF version] 30th September 2007

Work Package 3: Evaluation and Validation

Contact person: Helen Petrie (University of York, York, UK)

Public deliverables for work package 3
Reference No. Deliverable title Delivery date
D3.1 Report on evaluation framework for project monitoring [PDF version] 28th February 2005
D3.2 Report on usability of existing Web accessibility E&R tools [PDF version] 31st January 2006
D3.3 Report on the survey of Web site designers and commissioners of Web sites [PDF version] 28th February 2006
D3.5 Evaluation of colour contrast module [PDF version] 31st October 2006 (updated 15th November 2007)
D3.7a Evaluation and validation reports for test suite: (X)HTML and CSS2 [PDF version] 28th February 2006
D3.7b Evaluation and validation reports for test suite: (X)HTML and CSS2 (2nd update) [PDF version] 30th November 2006
D3.7c Evaluation and validation reports for test suite: (X)HTML and CSS2 (3rd update) [PDF version] 31st July 2007
D3.8 Report on final evaluation framework for project monitoring [PDF version] 30th September 2007

Work Package 4: Support for Development of Test Suites for W3C Accessibility Recommendations

Contact person: Christophe Strobbe (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium)

Public deliverables for work package 4
Reference No. Deliverable title Delivery date
D4.1 Test-suites’ state of the art and quality assurance methods for W3C recommendations [PDF version] 28th February 2005
D4.2 (X)HTML and CSS2 test suites [PDF version; see more details in the Test Suite home page] 30th September 2005
D4.3 (X)HTML and CSS2 test suites - 2nd update [PDF version; see more details in the Test Suite home page] 31st August 2006
D4.4 (X)HTML and CSS2 test suites - 3rd update [PDF version; see more details in the Test Suite home page] 30th April 2007
D4.5 SVG & XForms accessibility issues report [PDF version 30th September 2007
D4.6 Guidelines for the development of test suites [PDF version] 30th September 2007

Work Package 5: Modules Development - EARL

Contact person: Carlos A Velasco (Fraunhofer-Institut für angewandte Informationstechnik, Sankt Augustin, Germany)

Public deliverables for work package 5
Reference No. Deliverable title Delivery date
D5.1 Preliminary open API specification and EARL assessment [PDF version] 28th February 2005

Work Package 6: Natural Language Processing Methods for Automatic Controlling of Guidelines

Contact person: Tim vor der Brück (FernUniversität in Hagen, Hagen, Germany)

Public deliverables for work package 6
Reference No. Deliverable title Delivery date
D6.1 Description of syntactic-semantic phenomena which can be automatically controlled by NLP techniques if set as criteria by certain guidelines [PDF version] 28th February 2005
D6.4 Evaluation report and recommendations for the further development of guidelines and for the standardisation tasks from an NLP point of view [PDF version] 30th September 2007

Status

December 10th, 2007: The project has officially ended as of September 30th, 2007. The project results have been successfully evaluated by the European Commission. The official end of the project does not imply the end of this Web site, and the BenToWeb partners will continue the update of relevant information periodically.