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Re: Changing barge in during speech recognition

From: Pavel Cenek <pavel.cenek@itek.norut.no>
Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2003 10:17:07 +0200
Message-ID: <3EDB0803.5030906@itek.norut.no>
To: www-voice@w3.org

Mark Clark wrote:
> In section 4.1.5 you make the following statement:
> 
> "In the case where several prompts are queued, the bargein attribute of each
> prompt is honored during the period of time in which that prompt is playing"
> 
> I am concerned about the scenario where a barge in *true* prompt is followed
> by a barge in *false* prompt while waiting for speech input. I have not yet
> encountered a speech recognition engine that allows recognition to ignore
> input once recognition waiting has begun.

What about the following solution?
* speech recognition is started and output of a barge in *true* prompt
is running
* /user says nothing/
* output of a barge in *false* prompt should start
* speech recognition is stopped
* output of a barge in *false* prompt is finished
* speech recognition is started again

Every speech engine can be used to achieve this behaviour.

Hovever, I cannot think of a real situation where a barge in
*true* prompt is followed by a barge in *false* prompt.

    Pavel
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