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Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF) Java Speech Markup Language (JSML)

Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF) Java Speech Markup Language (JSML)

Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF) Java Speech Markup Language (JSML)

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Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF)
Java Speech Markup Language (JSML)
Java Speech API (JSAPI)

If you need info about the above, then reply and I will do my best to help. Any other Java Speech recognition messages would greatly alleviate the monotony of this thread!

RE: Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF) Java Speech Markup Language (JSML)

HI

I want to know more about this !!
I'm a new one !

Please help


Jochen


If you want to contact me : jochen14@crosswinds.net

Thanks

RE: Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF) Java Speech Markup Language (JSML)

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The Java Speech Markup Language (JSML) is used by applications to annotate text input to Java Speech API speech synthesizers. The JSML elements provide a speech synthesizer with detailed information on how to say the text. JSML includes elements that describe the structure of a document, provide pronunciations of words and phrases, and place markers in the text. JSML also provides prosodic elements that control phrasing, emphasis, pitch, speaking rate, and other important characteristics. Appropriate markup of text improves the quality and naturalness of the synthesized voice. JSML uses the Unicode character set, so JSML can be used to mark up text in most languages of the world.

Go to the link below to find out ALL about java speech...
http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/speech/

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