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ASSISTING ECHOLALIA (REPETITIVE SPEECH PATTERNS) IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM USING ANDROID MOBILE APP

@inproceedings{Panimalar2015ASSISTINGE,
  title={ASSISTING ECHOLALIA (REPETITIVE SPEECH PATTERNS) IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM USING ANDROID MOBILE APP},
  author={. A. Mohanaprakash Panimalar},
  year={2015}
}
The general context of work presented in this paper is Android mobile App with long term aim to encourage basic communication and social interaction skills in children with autism. This paper investigates how an Android App can be used as mediatorencouraging children with echolalia autism to break their isolation and importantly to facilitate interaction with other people. The objective of this study is to design a system that will run on the Android platform, a popular platform where a great… 

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