In this paper, we propose a new set of experiments to further evaluate the performance of a previously presented system based on an adaptive strategy for stimuli selection masked behind a gamified activity. This involves two virtual agents creating a social setting designed to support a narrative to engage young children. With respect to previously obtained results, we further evaluate the quality of the support for diagnosis purposes and we present a first investigation concerning the applicability of the system for therapeutic goals.

Evaluating a multi-avatar game for speech therapy applications

ORIGLIA, ANTONIO;MOROTTI, ALICE;Altieri, Federico;Zmarich, Claudio;Cosi, Piero;BUSCATO, GIORGIA;Rodá, Antonio
2018

Abstract

In this paper, we propose a new set of experiments to further evaluate the performance of a previously presented system based on an adaptive strategy for stimuli selection masked behind a gamified activity. This involves two virtual agents creating a social setting designed to support a narrative to engage young children. With respect to previously obtained results, we further evaluate the quality of the support for diagnosis purposes and we present a first investigation concerning the applicability of the system for therapeutic goals.
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series
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