Speech problem

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 14 Oct 18, Sunday

Random information on the term “Speech problem”:

Apraxia of speech (AOS) is an acquired oral motor speech disorder affecting an individual’s ability to translate conscious speech plans into motor plans, which results in limited and difficult speech ability. By the definition of apraxia, AOS affects volitional (willful or purposeful) movement patterns, however AOS usually also affects automatic speech.[1]

Individuals with AOS have difficulty connecting speech messages from the brain to the mouth.[2] AOS is a loss of prior speech ability resulting from a brain injury such as a stroke or progressive illness.

Developmental verbal dyspraxia (DVD), also known as childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) and developmental apraxia of speech (DAS);[3][4] is an inability to utilize motor planning to perform movements necessary for speech during a child’s language learning process. Although the causes differ between AOS and DVD, the main characteristics and treatments are similar.[2][5]


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Random information on the term “LISP”:

Arc is a dialect of the Lisp programming language developed by Paul Graham and Robert Morris.

In 2001, Paul Graham announced that he was working on a new dialect of Lisp named “Arc”. Over the years since, he has written several essays describing features or goals of the language, and some internal projects at Y Combinator have been written in Arc, most notably the Hacker News web forum and news aggregator program. Arc itself is written in Racket.[1]

In the essay Being Popular[2] Graham describes a few of his goals for the language. While many of the goals are very general (“Arc should be hackable,” “there should be good libraries”), he did give some specifics. For instance, he believes that it is important for a language to be terse:

It would not be far from the truth to say that a hacker about to write a program decides what language to use, at least subconsciously, based on the total number of characters he’ll have to type. If this isn’t precisely how hackers think, a language designer would do well to act as if it were.

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