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Ha Trinh, Annalu Waller, Keith Vertanen, Per Ola Kristensson, Vicki L. Hanson
2012 Proceedings of the 14th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers and accessibility - ASSETS '12  
We have developed iSCAN, a phoneme-based predictive communication system, which offers phoneme prediction and phoneme-based word prediction.  ...  To address this problem, phoneme-based communication systems have been proposed which enable users to create spoken output from phoneme sequences.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance and the University of Dundee's School of Computing for funding this project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2384916.2384927 dblp:conf/assets/TrinhWVKH12 fatcat:y5bi2acif5dcthoros5bpcecva

Office of Technology Assessment [chapter]

2013 Information Technology Research and Development  
The material is not normally of as immediate policy interest as that in an OTA Report, nor does it present options for Congress to consider.  ...  Congress of OTA Case Studies are documents containing information on a specific medical technology or area of application that supplements formal OTA assessments.  ...  4 Information and Funding for the Speech-Impaired 4. Information and Funding for the Speech= impaired  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-033648-0.50018-0 fatcat:w7io6nc24nazfhwwiry34v6sxi

Office of Technology Assessment [chapter]

2013 Information Technology Research and Development  
The material is not normally of as immediate policy interest as that in an OTA Report, nor does it present options for Congress to consider.  ...  Congress of OTA Case Studies are documents containing information on a specific medical technology or area of application that supplements formal OTA assessments.  ...  4 Information and Funding for the Speech-Impaired 4. Information and Funding for the Speech= impaired  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-033648-0.50004-0 fatcat:caw2z7wczjhkjb7pcts6oy6gb4

Predictors of verbal working memory in children with cerebral palsy

Marieke Peeters, Ludo Verhoeven, Jan de Moor
2009 Research in Developmental Disabilities  
Verbal working memory (WM) To be able to assess the verbal WM abilities of both speaking and nonspeaking children, a forcedchoice recognition task was developed based on a serial-recognition experiment  ...  Response adaptations for children with speech difficulties were nodding or pointing, aided or unaided.  ...  Appendix A Input correlation matrix for Structural Equation Modeling analyses.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2009.07.014 pmid:19692205 fatcat:if4gsqu5ojec5afxvbbwkus3ee

A corpus-based speech synthesis system with emotion

Akemi Iida, Nick Campbell, Fumito Higuchi, Michiaki Yasumura
2003 Speech Communication  
With these encouraging results, we have developed a workable text-to-speech system with emotion to support the immediate needs of nonspeaking individuals.  ...  In this study, neither emotional-dependent prosody prediction nor signal processing per se is performed for emotional speech.  ...  Kazuya Takahashi of Keio University for valuable discussions. The authors would further like to thank target users, students, and colleagues who participated in the experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-6393(02)00081-x fatcat:fs2aexlavba5jhnqrll5digyz4

Language Development of Individuals Who Require Aided Communication: Reflections on State of the Science and Future Research Directions

Martine M. Smith
2015 Augmentative and Alternative Communication : AAC  
Language acquisition theories differ in the importance they assign to production as a learning mechanism.  ...  Implications for assessment, intervention and for further research are suggested.  ...  Graphic-based communication systems may bias children towards alternative organizational structures -the need to temporally sequence items may not be obvious.  ... 
doi:10.3109/07434618.2015.1062553 pmid:26147904 fatcat:zjao4sitp5dx7fcjyfikzyg3dq

Advanced Technology in Speech Disorder Therapy of Romanian Language [article]

Mirela Danubianu, Iolanda Tobolcea, Stefan Gheorghe Pentiuc
2009 arXiv   pre-print
The aim of this paper is to present a few CBTS developed for the treatment of various language and speech disorders specific to the Romanian language.  ...  Because the Romanian language is a phonetic one that has its own special linguistic particularities, there is a real need to develop advanced information systems, which can be used to assist and help specialists  ...  For example, the use of electronic communication systems allows nonspeaking people and people with severe physical disabilities to engage in the give and take of shared thought.  ... 
arXiv:0912.3969v1 fatcat:e4isgziuknegtpoeq3mjzirsbu

Speech recognition and dysarthria: a single subject study of two individuals with profound impairment of speech and motor control

Christina Havstam, Margret Buchholz, Lena Hartelius
2003 Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology  
This study investigated the use of the speech recognition system Dragon Dictate as an augmentative method of computer access for two individuals with cerebral palsy, including severe motor dysfunction  ...  Dragon Dictate is time-consuming to learn and demands a high level of motivation, but can be beneficial to a person who has profound dysarthria and great difficulties in accessing the computer.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The project was supported by The Secretariat for the Mental and Physical Disabilities Committee, Västra Gö taland region, Sweden.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14015430310015372 pmid:14582831 fatcat:jyekixpu4nadleya4ulrvc5hby

Why are some languages confused for others? Investigating data from the Great Language Game

Hedvig Skirgård, Seán G. Roberts, Lars Yencken, Niels O. Schiller
2017 PLoS ONE  
In this paper we explore the results of a large-scale online game called 'the Great Language Game', in which people listen to an audio speech sample and make a forced-choice guess about the identity of  ...  For example, languages with wider 'global reach' are more often identified correctly.  ...  For example, speakers' attitudes towards the native speakers of a language might influence their perception of that language [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0165934 pmid:28379970 pmcid:PMC5381764 fatcat:dpomcq5xtvf4vb7g3hvvdh25om

An integrated theory of language production and comprehension

Martin J. Pickering, Simon Garrod
2013 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
We then consider the evidence for interweaving in action, action perception, and joint action, and explain such evidence in terms of prediction.  ...  We show (a) how speakers and comprehenders use covert imitation and forward modeling to make predictions at these levels of representation, (b) how they interweave production and comprehension processes  ...  For example, the speaker might predict that the kite concept should have the first phoneme /k/ and predict that it should be a noun at the same time, or indeed predict the first phoneme without making  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x12001495 pmid:23789620 fatcat:iysayp5tujgffkbwtjwxx23e3m

Thin slices of negotiation: Predicting outcomes from conversational dynamics within the first 5 minutes

Jared R. Curhan, Alex Pentland
2007 Journal of Applied Psychology  
individual outcomes.  ...  In a simulated employment negotiation, microcoding conducted by a computer showed that activity level, conversational engagement, prosodic emphasis, and vocal mirroring predicted 30% of the variance in  ...  The artificial intelligence community has studied human communication at many levels, such as phonemes, words, phrases, and dialogs.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0021-9010.92.3.802 pmid:17484559 fatcat:zj2rwdbs5vdrbhn36665fot5ky

The hearing ear is always found close to the speaking tongue : Review of the role of the motor system in speech perception

Jeremy I. Skipper, Joseph T. Devlin, Daniel R. Lametti
2017 Brain and Language  
The quantitative review employed region and network based neuroimaging meta-analyses and a novel text mining method to describe relative contributions of nodes in distributed brain networks.  ...  Does "the motor system" play "a role" in speech perception? If so, where, how, and when?  ...  Acknowledgments JIS would like to also acknowledge EPSRC EP/M026965/1, ''New pathways to hearing: A multisensory noise reducing and palate based sensory substitution device for speech perception", for  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2016.10.004 pmid:27821280 fatcat:qgzttkybefaqrjp5m5a22kntai

Speech Therapy Work with Children Having Specific Language Impairment: Algorithms and Personalization [chapter]

Tatiana Volodarovna Tumanova, Tatiana Borisovna Filicheva
2020 Learning Disabilities [Working Title]  
The groups of personalized means and aids of influence of a speech therapist for specific language impairments in children are indicated.  ...  The rationale for personifying speech therapy work in children with specific language impairments was justified.  ...  story-a creative story (all types of work are based on a special interactive touch panel with elements of feedback Groups of personalized aids Characteristics of aids Lingvodidactic Aids that are  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.91185 fatcat:os2kuaw4uvcglnuzo2iquc44wq

Behavioral Treatments in Autism Spectrum Disorder: What Do We Know?

Laurie A. Vismara, Sally J. Rogers
2010 Annual Review of Clinical Psychology  
are skills based or directed toward a more circumscribed, specific set of goals.  ...  However, both types of approaches have been shown to be effective in improving communication, social skills, and management of problem behavior for children with ASD.  ...  Person-centered planning is a collaborative process to develop a vision of an inclusive lifestyle for the individual and an action plan to achieve those steps leading toward the vision.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.clinpsy.121208.131151 pmid:20192785 fatcat:lielrgpvbrhdxem6i7nircobmq


Leonard L. Baird
1983 ETS Research Report Series  
Similar problems are faced by educators who teach a second language to nonspeakers.  ...  For example, it is easy to predict the behavior of a college student listening to a professor's lecture:, or the responses of church goers at a Catholic Mass.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2330-8516.1983.tb00014.x fatcat:4wcznqh4zbf4jovze6knuaokrm
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