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Voice Command Protocol of Home Computer

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000118602D
Original Publication Date: 1997-Apr-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Apr-01
Document File: 2 page(s) / 28K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Nemoto, K: AUTHOR

Abstract

Disclosed is a protocol of a home computer voice that enables a computer to distinguish a human voice from an Audio Visual (AV) sound such as TV, Radio Interphone, Telephone, etc. Assuming that AV systems are operated under computer control by Advanced Configuration Power Interface (ACPI) version 1.0 or IEEE-1394 control.

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Voice Command Protocol of Home Computer

      Disclosed is a protocol of a home computer voice that enables a
computer to distinguish a human voice from an Audio Visual (AV) sound
such as TV, Radio Interphone, Telephone, etc.  Assuming that AV
systems are operated under computer control by Advanced Configuration
Power Interface (ACPI) version 1.0 or IEEE-1394 control.

This protocol has the following three modes:
  1.  No AV sound mode (see Table).  Voice recognition reacts
       immediately by command only.  Ex: "Wake up!"
  2.  With AV sound mode (see Table).  Voice recognition reacts
       when it is called by name and action in order to eliminate
       TV sound interruption.  Ex: "HAL, Wake up!" (assuming HAL
       is a name of a computer)
  3.  With Telephone/Interruption mode (see Table).  Voice
       recognition is not in action.  The user does not command
       the computer using either telephone or interphone.