|Location||Call number||Copy||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|WL 340.2 C7385 2010 (Browse shelf)||2010||Available||0000810216|
"Premier reference source"--Cover.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Overview : important issues for researchers and practitioners using computer synthesized speech as an assistive aid / John W. Mullennix and Steven E. Stern -- From wood to bits to silicon chips : a history of developments in computer synthesized speech / Debbie Rowe -- Digital speech technology : an overview / H.S. Venkatagiri -- Humanizing vox artificialis : the role of speech synthesis in augmentative and alternative communication / D. Jeffery Higginbotham -- Advances in computer speech synthesis and implications for assistive technology / H. Timothy Bunnell, Chris Pennington -- Building personalized synthetic voices for individuals with dysarthria using the HTS toolkit / Sarah Creer ... [et al.] -- Speech technologies for augmented communication / Gâerard Bailly ... [et al.] -- CSS and children : research results and future directions / Kathryn D.R. Drager, Joe Reichle.
Use of speech generating devices by individuals with aphasia : a meta-analysis / Rajinder Koul, Diana Petroi, Ralf Schlosser -- Are speech-generating devices viable AAC options for adults with intellectual disabilities? / Dean Sutherland ... [et al.] -- Synthetic speech perception in individuals with intellectual and communicative disabilities / Rajinder Koul and James Dembowski -- The use of synthetic speech in language teaching tools : review and a case study / Oscar Saz ... [et al.] -- Attitudes toward computer synthesized speech / John W. Mullennix and Steven E. Stern -- Stereotypes of people with physical disabilities and speech impairments as detected by partially structured attitude measures / Steven E. Stern ... [et al.] -- A tale of transitions : the challenges of integrating speech synthesis in aided communication / Martine Smith -- Tossed in the deep end : now what?! / Jeff Chaffee.
"This book provides practitioners and researchers with information that will allow them to better assist the speech disabled who wish to utilize computer synthesized speech (CSS) technology"--Provided by publisher.