A comparison of Palantype and Stenograph keyboards in high-speed speech output systems.

J. L. Arnott

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    Abstract

    Palantype and Stenograph are shorthand stenotype keyboards upon which words can be typed, in coded phonetic form, at natural speech rates. They can be used as control interfaces for phonetic speech synthesisers, realising systems which have potential applications as communication and rehabilitation systems for the sight impaired, speech impaired and hearing impaired. The Palantype and Stenograph keyboards are compared, in theory and in practice, as control devices for stenotype-to-speech systems.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the10th Annual Conference on Rehabilitation Technology
    EditorsRichard D. Steele, Gerrey William
    Place of PublicationWashington, D.C.
    PublisherRESNA-Association for the Advancement of Rehabilitation Technology
    Pages106-108
    Number of pages3
    Publication statusPublished - 1987
    Event10th Annual Conference on Rehabilitation Technology - San Jose, Calif., United States
    Duration: 19 Jun 198723 Jun 1987

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    Conference10th Annual Conference on Rehabilitation Technology
    CountryUnited States
    CitySan Jose, Calif.
    Period19/06/8723/06/87

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    Arnott, J. L. (1987). A comparison of Palantype and Stenograph keyboards in high-speed speech output systems. In R. D. Steele, & G. William (Eds.), Proceedings of the10th Annual Conference on Rehabilitation Technology (pp. 106-108). RESNA-Association for the Advancement of Rehabilitation Technology.