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Re: Voice Recognition Profiles

From: Sheth Raxit <raxit@phonologies.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2005 3:05:52 -0500
Message-Id: <200511180806.jAI866gF032738@mail20.atl.registeredsite.com>
To: <paolo.baggia@loquendo.com>, <bkdelong@pobox.com>
CC: <www-voice@w3.org>

Paolo,B.K.Delong and Other Members,

Baggia Paolo Wrote:
> Yes, that is the interesting point, but I do not think the
 technology is mature  today for allowing that standard or 
> Even for Speaker Verification/Identification there is not 
a standard for  voice prints,

> but I'm not 100% sure there is not a standardization effort on this simpler 

Raxit :
Yes, the same stuff applies to Speaker Verification stuff also. ( and speaker verification may be the STRONG example)

The Common-Format/Protocols may be one of the solutions.

Other solution may be  Some standard API for Migrations

So that Vendor can have their own formats but with Set of Migration API to  convert to standard format 

and Migration of ASR are not to frequently so API may be the good option.

No two vendors of Speaker Verification have similar Voice Prints ( stored in  file /database etc); but migration can be done if some standard set of  Interface (API) is available without compromising RUN-TIME Performance and 
FORCE to follow standard format...

(here i am  assuming that Migration would not happen frequently)

Technology  may be one of the constraints.
(can we remove the  effect of constraint ?)

( Differnt Vendors of Speaker Verification may using different combinations of 
'voice print' (or some voice properties ) ). 

But I think Technology should not be the constraint.

Is there any other constraint also ?
(Like Runtime performance, Securtity or any...)

Waiting for reply,

Thanking you,

Raxit Sheth

Raxit Sheth
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