Speech Recognition Technology for Disabilities Education

@article{Tang2004SpeechRT,
  title={Speech Recognition Technology for Disabilities Education},
  author={K. Tang and R. Kamoua and Victor Sutan and Omer Farooq and G. Eng and Wei Chu and Guofeng Hou},
  journal={Journal of Educational Technology Systems},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={173 - 184}
}
  • K. Tang, R. Kamoua, +4 authors Guofeng Hou
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Educational Technology Systems
  • Speech recognition is an alternative to traditional methods of interacting with a computer, such as textual input through a keyboard. An effective system can replace or reduce the reliability on standard keyboard and mouse input. This can especially assist dyslexic students who have problems with character or word use and manipulation in a textual form; and students with physical disabilities that affect their data entry or ability to read, and therefore to check, what they have entered. In… CONTINUE READING
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