Letterform fidelity as generated through raster graphic techniques is the subject of this paper.
Raster-generated characters are compared and the technology is briefly discussed.
This article reviews factors effecting visual discrimination for the visually handicapped. Seven factors need consideration: 1) type size, 2) type style and proportion, 3) letter spacing, 4) word spacing, 5) line spacing, 6) line length, 7) contrast between type and paper.
The purpose of this paper is to present the Diacritical Marking System (DMS) as a method of temporarily regularizing the phoneme-grapheme relationship for beginning readers, and to give some preliminary results of a study comparing the DMS with unmarked books and with the Initial Teaching Alphabet (ITA) in 21 New Jersey first grades during the school year 1964-65.
This article presents and comments on the discrepancies in research method and measurement among similar studies.