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Object-Oriented VoiceXML
Suppose you wanted to bring Automatic Speech Recognition to the mass market; to offices of any size and budget; to agencies, foundations, non-profits, and small businesses. Suppose you wanted development prices to start at less than $10,000. How would you go about that? Well, two answers, of course: VoiceXML for deployability, and reusable parts.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 325  Category: Article    

The Voice Web: Commercial Implications of VoiceXML
The Voice Web is convenient shorthand for the extension of the graphical Web to voice, particularly to wireless and wired telephones. The Voice Web is made practical by speech recognition, supported by text-to-speech synthesis and speaker verification in some applications. Speech recognition allows a flexible and more natural user interface, removing the limitation of the touch-tone keypad as the primary telephony user interface.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 335  Category: Article    

Migrating to VoiceXML 2.0
The VoiceXML working group has released a working draft of the VoiceXML 2.0 specification and Tellme is leading the charge with a VoiceXML 2.0 compliant browser. The purpose of this article is to help you migrate your existing code from Tellme's VoiceXML 1.0 implementation to Tellme's VoiceXML 2.0 compliant implementation.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 299  Category: Article    

VoiceXML Quick Start Guide
If you want to develop VoiceXML applications but don't know where to start, this guide is for you. This 8-step guide contains all the information you need to start developing and deploying VoiceXML applications--prior experience is not required.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 238  Category: Article    

VoiceXML 2.0 edges closer to a standard
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced that the VoiceXML 2.0 specification has been moved up to a Proposed Recommendation, the last review step before it becomes an actual Web standard.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 229  Category: Article    

VoiceXML Forum, W3C Refine Focus
The VoiceXML Forum and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Tuesday reached an agreement under which the W3C will take the lead in technical development while the VoiceXML Forum focuses on interoperability.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 251  Category: Article    

Hello, Voice World
This week I'll explain more about VoiceXML and create the classic "Hello World" application. But this time instead of seeing the result, you'll listen to it.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 284  Category: Article    

VoiceXML Planet Fall 2002 Conference & Expo
Building on the enormous success of the first West Coast event held in March 2002, VoiceXML Planet Fall 2002 Conference & Expo is the premier VoiceXML event for business and technology leaders who are looking for strategic, technical and market opportunities in the emerging interactive voice applications and services market.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 273  Category: Article    

Business Advantages of VoiceXML
If you're thinking about investing in proprietary technology or utilizing your existing interactive voice response (IVR) system to voice-enable your web site, think again. If you don't invest in VoiceXML today, the chances are pretty good you'll be porting your investment to VoiceXML in the foreseeable future.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 318  Category: Article    

SALT or VoiceXML For Speech Applications?
Competing speech-recognition standards, SALT and VoiceXML, are remarkably similar in what they achieve. But for the developer, there are important distinctions in how each language behaves. Microsoft's Stephen Potter details the technical and philosophical differences between the two so you can choose the right specification for your needs.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 250  Category: Article    

What's New with VoiceXML 2.0?
What was a single language, VoiceXML 1.0, has been extended into several related markup languages, each providing a useful facility for developing web-based speech applications. These facilities are organized into the W3C Speech Interface Framework.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 284  Category: Article    

VoiceXML 2.0 from the Inside
With the publication in October 2001 of VoiceXML 2.0 as a W3C Working Draft, VoiceXML is finally on its way to become a W3C standard. VoiceXML 2.0 is based on VoiceXML 1.0, which was submitted to the W3C Voice Browser Working Group by the VoiceXML Forum in May 2000. In this article, we examine some of the key changes in the first public working draft of VoiceXML 2.0 as compared to the VoiceXML 1.0 specification.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 307  Category: Article    

W3C Unleashes VoiceXML 2.0
VoiceXML is intended to bring the advantages of Web-based development and content delivery to interactive voice response (define), or IVR, applications. The specification allows developers to create audio dialogs that feature synthesized speech, digitized audio, recognition of spoken and DTMF (touch-tone) key input, recording of spoken input, telephony, and mixed initiative conversations.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 244  Category: Article    

VoiceXML 2.0 Grammars, Part I
This technical series will provide programmers with a complete introduction to the VoiceXML 2.0 grammar format. In part I, we will discuss the XML and ABNF formats, as well as the structure and elements included in a VXML 2.0 document.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 294  Category: Article    

User-Centered Design for VoiceXML Applications
As a growing audience is exposed to VoiceXML solutions, will people use your applications while they quickly abandon others? Part of the answer to that question depends on how you address human factors issues during application design and development.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 272  Category: Article    

An Introduction To VoiceXML
This article offers a concise overview of the origins of and applications for voice markup languages. VoiceXML coding is introduced by way of preparing the reader for more VoiceXML tutorials to follow in the near future. Includes links to a voice browser, voice portals and additional related resources.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 221  Category: Article    

Is VoiceXML the Right Tool for Your Voice Application?
VoiceXML is an excellent tool for developing voice applications that meet particular criteria. However, contrary to what might be claimed by VoiceXML enthusiasts (including those who sell VoiceXML services), it is not the perfect tool for every project. Just as there is no perfect programming language for every software application or perfect database for every database application, there is no perfect platform choice for all voice-enabled applications.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 234  Category: Article    

VoiceXML 2.0 Step Closer to Web Standard
VoiceXML 2.0 is one step away from becoming a full-fledged standard of the World Wide Web Consortium.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 201  Category: Article    

W3C Unleashes VoiceXML 2.0
VoiceXML is intended to bring the advantages of Web-based development and content delivery to interactive voice response , or IVR, applications. The specification allows developers to create audio dialogs that feature synthesized speech, digitized audio, recognition of spoken and DTMF (touch-tone) key input, recording of spoken input, telephony, and mixed initiative conversations.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 234  Category: Article    

Now Hear This: VoiceXML Spec on the Move
The VoiceXML Forum, an industry consortium, announced the availability of X+V (XHTML+Voice Profile) specification, version 1.2, while saying it supports the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) progress on VoiceXML 2.0.

Type: VoiceXML  #Views: 225  Category: Article    

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