An efficient speech recognition system for arm‐disabled students based on isolated words

An efficient speech recognition system for arm‐disabled students based on isolated words INTRODUCTIONComputer applications have become an essential part of the educational process in almost every field . Science, mathematics, engineering, computer networking, medical specialties, and even literature are some of the fields which use computer programs in their courses to apply the skills taught theoretically in the class room in a practical way and to create a simulated environment which make the learning process more interactive, realistic, and even efficient compared to the old traditional methods . However, to take advantage of these programs, a basic knowledge of computer software is required by the student along with the physical ability to interact with the machine using input and output devices .Human‐computer communication field concentrates on providing interaction tools between humans and computers. The mouse, which is an example of a mechanical interactive tool, is one of the most efficient ways for a user to control a computer machine. Human‐computer interaction covers mechanical tools, speech recognition, face recognition, and gesture recognition. Each of these areas has its own features and difficulties. However, speech recognition is cost efficient to implement. Moreover, it is a very useful tool for people in different fields of life including educational applications. Actually, besides helping regular students http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Computer Applications in Engineering Education Wiley

An efficient speech recognition system for arm‐disabled students based on isolated words

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Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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© 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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1061-3773
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1099-0542
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10.1002/cae.21884
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Abstract

INTRODUCTIONComputer applications have become an essential part of the educational process in almost every field . Science, mathematics, engineering, computer networking, medical specialties, and even literature are some of the fields which use computer programs in their courses to apply the skills taught theoretically in the class room in a practical way and to create a simulated environment which make the learning process more interactive, realistic, and even efficient compared to the old traditional methods . However, to take advantage of these programs, a basic knowledge of computer software is required by the student along with the physical ability to interact with the machine using input and output devices .Human‐computer communication field concentrates on providing interaction tools between humans and computers. The mouse, which is an example of a mechanical interactive tool, is one of the most efficient ways for a user to control a computer machine. Human‐computer interaction covers mechanical tools, speech recognition, face recognition, and gesture recognition. Each of these areas has its own features and difficulties. However, speech recognition is cost efficient to implement. Moreover, it is a very useful tool for people in different fields of life including educational applications. Actually, besides helping regular students

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Computer Applications in Engineering EducationWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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