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Speech and Language Technology in Education

Grenoble, France
30 August - 1 September 2013
doi: 10.21437/SLaTE.2013
ISSN: 2311-4975

Demonstration of Applications and Posters

An automatic feedback system for English speaking integrating pronunciation and prosody assessments
Jeesoo Bang, Sechun Kang, Gary Geunbae Lee

Visual approach to speech sounds
Haruko Miyakoda

OJAD: a free online accent and intonation dictionary for teachers and learners of Japanese
Hiroko Hirano, Ibuki Nakamura, Nobuaki Minematsu, Masayuki Suzuki, Chieko Nakagawa, Noriko Nakamura, Yukinori Tagawa, Keikichi Hirose, Hiroya Hashimoto

SPARSAR: a system for Poetry Automatic Rhythm and Style AnalyzeR
Rodolfo Delmonte, Ciprian Bacalu

The digital instructor for literacy learning
Catia Cucchiarini, Ineke van de Craats, Jan Deutekom, Helmer Strik

Off-line mobile-assisted vocabulary training for the developing world
Nic J. de Vries, Febe de Wet

NTU Chinese 2.0: a personalized recursive dialogue game for computer-assisted learning of Mandarin Chinese
Pei-hao Su, Tien-han Yu, Ya-Yunn Su, Lin-shan Lee

COMPASS III: teaching L2 grammar graphically on a tablet computer
Karin Harbusch, Johannes Härtel, Christel-Joy Cameran

A suite of mobile applications to assist speaking at right speed
Imran Ahmed, Meghna Pandharipande, Sunil Kumar Kopparapu

Automatic detection of the words that will become unintelligible through Japanese accented pronunciation of English
Teeraphon Pongkittiphan, Nobuaki Minematsu, Takehiko Makino, Keikichi Hirose

Fusing eye-gaze and speech recognition for tracking in an automatic reading tutor – a step in the right direction?
Morten Højfeldt Rasmussen, Zheng-Hua Tan

A speech-based internet game for beginner students of English
Manny Rayner, Nikos Tsourakis

Vizart3d – real-time system of visual articulatory feedback
Thomas Hueber, Gérard Bailly, Pierre Badin, Frédéric Elisei

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Children's Education / Children ASR

Computer_Aided Language Learning (CALL) 1, 2

Demonstration of Applications and Posters

Gradation / Evaluation 1, 2


Phonetics / Phonology