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N-way Speech Driven Analysis and Interaction

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000123357D
Original Publication Date: 1998-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Apr-04
Document File: 2 page(s) / 57K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Torres, RJ: AUTHOR

Abstract

Provided is a technique that improves user interaction and behavior of speech capable software and systems in order to overcome deficiencies with conventional approaches.

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N-way Speech Driven Analysis and Interaction

   Provided is a technique that improves user interaction
and behavior of speech capable software and systems in order to
overcome deficiencies with conventional approaches.

   Provide conventional single-user speech recognition that
can be used for
  o  Speech to text conversion
  o  Speech commands to the system

In addition, provide the following:
  o  2-way recognition and analysis feature to analyze speech
     interaction between two people.  An example of such an
     interaction is a computer user in speech dialog with
     another person
  o  The speech of both people is analyzed to perform
     anticipatory data and software loading.  For example, the
     speech of the non-computer person can be analyzed to
     anticipate system data and     screens that will be
     needed by the computer user
  o  As key words or phrases are understood by the computer
     system,
     -  Windows can be loaded in a visible or non-visible state
     -  Data structures and programs can be pre-loaded and ready
        to use
  o  An optional form of interaction is
     -  Build a list of potential windows and data that may be
        needed
     -  Allow the computer user to pick from the list instead of
        having the system automatically pre-load
  o  As the computer user or non-computer person are interacting,
     -  Input fields can be filled in automatically.
     -  For ex...