Volume 5, Issue 3 - May/June 2005
 
   
   
 

Article #1

The Eclipse Voice Tools Project

By Andrew Wahbe and Brent Metz

In the speech business, amazing innovation takes place every day. Much of this innovation occurs in the area of voice development tools. In addition to the novel and differentiating features that result from these advances, tools vendors must also provide a set of baseline functionality that allows them to provide customers with a complete voice tooling solution. Unfortunately, companies must spend a disproportionate amount of their development time on these common, baseline features. The result is an incredible overlap between tooling vendors on function and wasted development time creating tools which simply do not create revenue or enhance the customer experience over competitorís offerings.

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Article #2

Speaker Authentication and VoiceXML: combining technologies for next-generation interactive voice applications

By Judith Markowitz and Kenneth Rehor

Speaker Authentication (SA) refers to speech-processing technologies that answer the question ĎIs this person likely to be who she/he claims to be?í Because it uses features of that personís voice to answer the question, SA is called a biometric like automatic fingerprint or face recognition. Because a claim of identity has been made, the object is to authenticate that claim.

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Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Engelsma introduces the articles of the May/June issue of VoicexML Review.

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VoiceGenie's Rob Marchand continues his gentle introduction to the new features described in the VoiceXML 2.1 specification. This month, Rob looks at adding type to the <transfer> element.

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This month Brad Porter explains how AJAX has rapidly changed how developers look at web UIs

Read this month's Speak and Listen

 

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