SPECO - a multimedia multilingual teaching and training system for speech handicapped children

  title={SPECO - a multimedia multilingual teaching and training system for speech handicapped children},
  author={Kl{\'a}ra Vicsi and Peter Roach and Anne-Marie {\"O}ster and Zdravko Kacic and Peter Barczikay and I. Sinka},
In the frame of the INCO-Copernicus program of European Commission we have started to develop an audio-visual pronunciation t eaching and training met hod and software system for hearing and speech-handicapped persons to help them to control their speech pr oduction. A t eaching met hod is drawn up for progression from the individual sound preparation to practice of the sounds in sentences. The main aim is to develop an audio-visual articulation training and teaching system for all participant… CONTINUE READING
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