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[whatwg] Speech input element

From: Bjartur Thorlacius <svartman95@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 23:41:02 +0000
Message-ID: <AANLkTil9H9lo7vnMb6PYj5284X4_Syzoox3ltEh9_TOz@mail.gmail.com>
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A web search application can accept speech input, and perform a search
immediately when the input is recognized. If it has access to the
additional recognition hypothesis (aka N-best list), it can display
that on the search results page and let the user chose the correct
query if the input was misrecognized. For example, Google search might
display search results for "recognize speech", and show a link with
the text "Did you say 'wreck a nice beach'?".
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User-agents can submit any GET forms immediately. Also they may keep
the form open for editing and list correction suggestions alongside as
the form gets submitted and results are shown to the user. That
shouldn't get mixed up with the results.
  - Bjartur
Received on Tuesday, 15 June 2010 16:41:02 UTC

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