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Building an audio-visual data corpus is one significant step in audio-visual research. One of the most challenging tasks in computer science is computer-aided speech therapy and language learning. Developing computer applications for training and rehabilitation of the handicapped and helping the hearing and speaking-impaired by facial speech synthesis are among the most helpful, state-of-the-art roles of computer technology in today's human-machine interacting systems. To date, there have beendoi:10.1109/icsmc.2009.5346591 dblp:conf/smc/BastanfardFKA09 fatcat:4rjb2rlu4bc2dgpz7zcx5knxxa