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Wizard-of-Oz test of ARTUR: a computer-based speech training system with articulation correction
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The study indicates that the present interface of a computer-based speech training aid named ARTUR is usable without prior training or instructions, even for the younger children, although it needs some improvement to fit illiterate children. Expand
Designing the user interface of the computer-based speech training system ARTUR based on early user tests
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The study indicates that the present interface of a computer-based speech training aid named ARTUR is usable without prior training or instructions, even for the younger children, but that more motivational factors should be introduced. Expand
A Multimedia, Multilingual Teaching and Training System for Children with Speech Disorders
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The article presents the measuring methods, the used distance score calculations of the visualized speech spectra, and problems in the evaluation of the new multimedia tool. Expand
Presentation of a new EU project for speech therapy: OLP (Ortho-Logo-Paedia)
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An overview of a newly started EU-funded research project is presented and the design of the speech therapy structure to be used within the project is outlined, based on real-time audio-visual feedback of client's speech productions. Expand
Applications and experiences of computer-based speech training
A microcomputer-based aid for speech training has been introduced on a trial basis in the Swedish schools for the deaf. The prototxpe has been used for some years to evaluate its applicabiltty in theExpand
Feedback management in the pronunciation training system ARTUR
This extended abstract discusses the development of a computer-assisted pronunciation training system that gives articulatory feedback, and in particular the management of feedback given to the user.
Auditory and Visual Feedback in Spoken L 2 Teaching
This paper discusses teaching strategies and reports positive training results in spoken L2 teaching obtained through auditory and visually contrastive feedback of a computer-based speech trainingExpand
Phonetic-level mispronunciation detection in non-native Swedish speech
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This study focuses mainly on the automatic location of mispronunciations at a phonetic level and reports on the reliability of several phonetic scores to automatically locate segmental problems in student utterances. Expand
The relationship between residual hearing and speech intelligibility-Is there a measure that could predict a prelingually profoundly deaf child ' s possibility to develop intelligible speech ?
The relationship between speech intelligibility of eleven prelingually deaf children and their residual hearing capabilities was investigated. Audio recordings were made of the deaf children, rangingExpand
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