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Author Hocek, Adam, author

Title Definitive VoiceXML™ / Hocek, Adam
Edition 1st edition
Published [Place of publication not identified] : Pearson, 2002


Description 1 online resource (480 pages)
Series The Charles F. Goldfarb definitive XML series
Charles F. Goldfarb definitive XML series
Summary The start-to-finish guide to building enterprise-class VoiceXML applications. Code examples and UML diagrams provided for each VoiceXML element Fully developed VoiceXML applications using Java servlets, JSP, and .NET Detailed coverage of text-to-speech and automatic speech recognition technologies "XML is not a spoken language, but thanks to VoiceXML, it is the language of choice for developing spoken interfaces. If you want to voice-enable your applications and Web sites, this book speaks your language." -Charles F. Goldfarb Definitive VoiceXML bridges the gap between enterprise computing and telephony engineering, demonstrating exactly how to build new enterprise-class voice applications and voice-enable existing applications. It's the first book that delivers the depth and breadth of knowledge needed by both enterprise and telephony developers, thoroughly addressing the unique challenges of building voice systems for business. VoiceXML in depth: its role, goals, and key techniques Effective ways to architect and integrate enterprise voice applications Detailed case studies utilizing VoiceXML, Java servlets, JSP, and .NET Thorough coverage of the W3C VXML 2.0 standard Speech Recognition Grammar Format (SRGF) and Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML) Complete VoiceXML language reference Whether you're developing systems for customer service, finance, travel, wireless commerce, or anything else, Definitive VoiceXML gives you the proven techniques you need to maximize performance, reliability, and ROI. Part of The Charles F. Goldfarb Definitive XML Series
Notes © Pearson Technology Group 2003
Issuing Body Made available through: Safari, an O'Reilly Media Company
Notes Online resource; Title from title page (viewed November 21, 2002)
Subject VoiceXML (Document markup language)
Automatic speech recognition
Speech synthesis
Automatic speech recognition.
Speech synthesis.
VoiceXML (Document markup language)
Form Electronic book
Author Cuddihy, David, author
Cuddihy, David
O'Reilly for Higher Education (Firm), distributor
Safari, an O'Reilly Media Company
ISBN 9780130463456