COPYRIGHT YEAR

2009

AUTHORS

Kohei Umadome, Keisuke Takenaka, Kazuhiro Kuwabara, Takafumi Uesato, Shohei Hayashi

TITLE

Remote Conversation Support for People with Aphasia: Some Experiments and Lessons Learned

ABSTRACT

This paper describes a system for supporting remote conversation for people with aphasia. We have constructed an initial prototype using Skype for video chat and the RemoteX plug-in for screen sharing over a network. Preliminary experiments conducted using the prototype have revealed that simply providing video chat and screen-sharing functions is not sufficient for supporting remote conversation with people with aphasia. We propose various simple communication tools to facilitate questioning and answering in the remote conversation, where a person with aphasia can reply by marking an appropriate portion of a window provided by the tool. Their effectiveness is demonstrated through experiments.

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