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RE: "Protocol" requirement - Re-recognition

From: Young, Milan <Milan.Young@nuance.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2010 11:41:51 -0800
Message-ID: <1AA381D92997964F898DF2A3AA4FF9AD099F5D35@SUN-EXCH01.nuance.com>
To: "Bjorn Bringert" <bringert@google.com>
Cc: <public-xg-htmlspeech@w3.org>
There seem to be two issues at stake here:

  * Is re-recognition a mainstream feature.  Not sure how we could come to agreement on this one outside a vote.

  * How much additional work in spec and implementation would be required for re-recognition.  I suspect if we can come to agreement on session tracking, re-recognition will look a lot like interpretation.

Thanks



-----Original Message-----
From: Bjorn Bringert [mailto:bringert@google.com] 
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2010 2:17 AM
To: Young, Milan
Cc: public-xg-htmlspeech@w3.org
Subject: Re: "Protocol" requirement - Re-recognition

While there are use cases for this, I don't think that they are
important enough to warrant the increased complexity in managing
storage, references, and garbage collection of previously recorded
audio. Every feature that we ask browsers to implement makes it harder
for them to support our API.

/Bjorn

On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 8:03 PM, Young, Milan <Milan.Young@nuance.com> wrote:
> Summary - Web applications must be able to request recognition based on
> previously sent audio.
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> Description - It's not always clear which grammars to activate at the start
> of a dialog.  If selection was incorrect, the user should not be required to
> repeat in order to try a new grammar.  Due to latency and bandwidth
> considerations, the protocol must not require that audio needs to be resent
> in order to accomplish this task.
>
>



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