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Re: ASR without underlying grammar?

From: martin j nilsson <Martin.Nilsson@appium.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 12:37:49 +0100 (WEST)
To: www-voice@w3.org
Message-id: <1726072.1025177869591.JavaMail.Martin.Nilsson@appium.com>

A quick note on this part is that this is already very easy to implement in 
VoiceXML and I don't really see the need for a built-in grammar for it. It, 
of course, needs to be localized since most people aren't native english 
speakers. Another problem is that most people don't seem to know their own 
language's spelling (or phonetic) alphabet very well. 

Just my two cents.

> As a solution, the user could spell the name out, using a
> built-in grammar for a phonetic alphabet ("Andrew,
> Benjamin, Charlie" etc., or anything equivalent for a
> specific language), 


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