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In this paper, an attempt is made to graphically distinguish the normal and pathological cases of speech disabled children. The digitized acoustic signal from children of age range 5 to 8 years are captured and subjected to Linear Predictive Coding (LPC), FFT and CEPSTRUM processes. The output data obtained from LPC, FFT and CEPSTRUM are analyzed for four cases viz, one normal and three pathological cases of varying degrees of severity. The usefulness of the proposed technique is furtherdoaj:5a3a74b116054df988af35b17aef93ca fatcat:aigcuvjvdnbe3dm42symmh3zje