Date: Tue, 11 May 2004 17:43:27 -0400
"^reaper^" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
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> > "^reaper^" <email@example.com> wrote in message
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> > > P.s. this exercise demonstrates the obstacles VRS must overcome.
> > > Context provides a means to choose the correct words... for
> > > example, to, two, and too. This is why early VRS produced results
> > > that, while phonetically correct, were not only grammatically
> > > incorrect, but generally pure gibberish. The present systems are
> > > of course better, yet far from perfect.
> > You seem to be confusing voice recognition with speech recognition.
> > Voice recognition attempts to identify a speaker by voiceprinting
> > and speech recognition attempts to identify what words are being
> > spoken by the speaker (otherwise known as "speech to text"
> > translation).
> Thus spaketh rafterboi, reminding us all, the bowels of juicenet are
> the wellspring from which floweth all knowledge.
Alway willing to help those less fortunate than me. :O)
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