Signal processing for young child speech language development

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Speech signal processing and other man-machine interaction technologies have been developed for improved child-computer interaction for education, entertainment, as well as other applications [1, 2]. However, for very young children (in the age range of 0 to 4 years old, and especially 0 to 2), such interaction is not encouraged [3, 4]. Instead, parent… (More)

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@inproceedings{Xu2008SignalPF, title={Signal processing for young child speech language development}, author={Dongxin Xu and Umit H. Yapanel and Sharmistha S. Gray and Jill Gilkerson and Jeffrey A. Richards and John H. L. Hansen}, booktitle={WOCCI}, year={2008} }