Corpus ID: 6178149

A Speech Recognition and Synthesis Tool : Assistive Technology for Physically Disabled Persons

@inproceedings{Sharma2012ASR,
  title={A Speech Recognition and Synthesis Tool : Assistive Technology for Physically Disabled Persons},
  author={Fanibhushan Sharma and S. Wasson},
  year={2012}
}
In this paper, attempt has been made to develop a Speech Recognition and Synthesis Tool (SRST) as assistive technology to provide a solution for communication between two physically disabled persons; blind and deaf. An off-line chat room has made where two physically challenged persons can communicate to each other in US English accent via USB Serial Adaptor. SRST is designed in Microsoft.NET 3.5 framework using C# Programming in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Environment. Microsoft Windows… Expand
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