alexa Abstract | Translation of Unintelligible Speech of User into Synthetic Speech Using Augmentative and Alternative Communication
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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This paper provides an innovative form of ―Translation of unintelligible speech of user into synthetic speech using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device‖. This AAC device converts the meaningless speech into understandable speech .The development of this system is carried out by building small vocabulary from both the utterance and from the inaudible speech of the autism people. Experiments showed that this method is successful in generating good recognition and translation performance on highly unintelligible speech, even when recognition perplexity is increased.

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Author(s): S.Jasmine Vanitha, K. Manimozhi


Augmentative and alternative communication, Automatic voice recognition, autism, interpret., Synthetic Organic Chemistry,Speech pathology,Speech Therapy,Speech Therapy for Children,Speech Therapy for Adults,Speech Therapy Materials,Speech Therapy Exercise,Autism Speech Therapy,Cellular Communication,Speech and Language pathology,Communicate Speech pathology,Bilingual Speech pathology,Medical Speech pathology,Speech Impediment / speech disorder,Interventional Speech Therapy,Speech and Language Disorders

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