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109 - TitleVice Calculator with Voice XML
AuthorsAhmet Göker Toplu, Işık Üniversitesi Bilgisayar Mühendisliği Bölümü
Seyhun Altunbay, Işık Üniversitesi Bilgisayar Mühendisliği Bölümü
PC MemberYes
Contact personSeyhun Altunbay, altunbay@isikun.edu.tr, 021202862960
Main Fields
Other Main FieldsXml, VoiceXml
Abstract + KeywordsVOICE CALCULATOR WITH VOICEXML


Ahmet Göker Toplu
Department of Computer Science
Işık University
Vişne 1 mah. 9.sok. no:4
Zekeriyaköy /Istanbul-Turkey
gokertoplu@hotmail.com

Seyhun Altunbay
Department of Computer Science
Işık University
Buyukdere Cad. 80670
Maslak/Istanbul-Turkey
altunbay@isikun.edu.tr



Abstract


The Voice eXtensible Markup Language (VoiceXML) is an XML-based markup language for creating distributed voice applications, much as HTML is a markup
language for creating distributed visual applications.

VoiceXML is a new language which bridges two great-global networks: the public telephone network and the World Wide Web. VoiceXML browsers provide an interface between a caller on a standard telephone and an application running on the Web. You can think of the telephone as the input / output device for the voice browser, playing the same role as the screen, keyboard and mouse for a graphical browser.

VoiceXML is based on features already available in existing Web protocols, especially HTTP. Resources such as VoiceXML pages, pre-recorded sound files and voice recognition grammars are stored on Web servers in exactly the same way as GIF and JPEG images for graphical Web sites. Existing Web servers will support VoiceXML without difficulty.

VoiceXML was designed to create audio dialogs that feature

• spoken input
• DTMF (telephone key) input
• recording of spoken input
• synthesized speech
• recorded audio output
• dialog flow control
• scoping of input

Its goal is to provide voice access and interactive voice response to Web-based applications.

The purpose of my implementation is to reach a calculator from a telephone by a name and password. I used ASP language for creating dynamic VoiceXML documents. In my implementation there are four files which are called main.asp, news.asp, calc.asp and news.mdb. I choose Internet Information Service IIS as a web server and IBM Websphere Voice SDK as a voice server

Xml, VoiceXml, WWW, Internet
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