Project

User needs for augmentative communication interfaces

Jaya Narain

Groups

We are working on communication interfaces for people with speech and language disorders, incorporating technologies like physiological sensing and personalized machine learning. As part of our research, we conducted a survey to better understand how existing devices are used, and what architectures and features might be useful in new devices.

De-identified quantitative data can be downloaded and viewed in GUI via the attached file MATLAB_Publish.zip.  Please cite use of this data as:

Narain, J., and Maes, P.  "Understanding AAC Usage and Needs through a Web Survey with Device Users and Families".  Proceedings of the 42nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society.  2020. 

Sources for logo: Spell deaf talk speech, Information Computer Technology Digital Binary, Alternative Handicapped Accessible sign

We are working on communication interfaces for people with speech and language disorders, incorporating technologies like physiological sensing and personalized machine learning. As part of our research, we conducted a survey to better understand how existing devices are used, and what architectures and features might be useful in new devices.

De-identified quantitative data can be downloaded and viewed in GUI via the attached file MATLAB_Publish.zip.  Please cite use of this data as:

Narain, J., and Maes, P.  "Understanding AAC Usage and Needs through a Web Survey with Device Users and Families".  Proceedings of the 42nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society.  2020. 

Sources for logo: Spell deaf talk speech, Information Computer Technology Digital Binary, Alternative Handicapped Accessible sign