How to Build Grammars for Speech-enabled Applications

Posted by: DevX: Latest XML Articles, on 09 Jan 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Speech-enabled applications require specialized grammars that clearly define the types of input they're expected to parse and understand. Find out how to build grammars by walking through the process of building a grammar for an order status retrieval system that lets callers retrieve orders by voice....

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