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Author(s): Lauriane Sitbon | Patrice Bellot | Philippe Blache

Journal: Traitement Automatique des Langues
ISSN 1248-9433

Volume: 48;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 123;
Date: 2008;
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Keywords: Information retrieval | dysorthography | dyslexia | finite state machines | readability

ABSTRACT
Most applications intend to help disabled users in the information retrieval process by proposing non-textual modalities. This paper introduces specific parameters linked to phonological awareness in the textual modality. This will enhance the ability of systems to deal with orthographic issues and with the adaptation of results to the reader when for example the reader is dyslexic. We propose a phonology based sentence level rewriting system that combines spelling correction, speech synthesis and automatic speech recognition. This has been evaluated on a corpus of questions we get from dyslexic children. We propose a specific sentence readability measure that involves phonetic parameters such as grapho-phonemic cohesion. This has been learned on a corpus of reading time of sentences read by dyslexic children.
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