MAS962 Problem Set 8
Chloe Chao
Due: November 7, 1997

1. Read Chapter 8.

2. Use the same framework of ps#7/p3 but add sound to it. In other words, as the letters get processed, they should play your digitized sounds (A to Z), as well as your special phonemes. For example, if the word 'cat' is input, then as the cat is being processed in step, you should hear the spoken "Kah"-"Aaa"-"Tuh" played in synchronization.

3. Similar to above, but add some precanned phrase/sound blurb pairs. There should be a pulldown/button where 1 of two pre-digitized sounds (of course the display should not be cached but computed in realtime) for the two phrases:

Peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
Sally sells seashells at the seashore.

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