Definitions for "Voice recognition"
in computer, softwares are used to match voice patterns with the saved versions. This is used for various purposes including, security.
The conversion of spoken words into computer text. Speech is first digitized and then matched against a dictionary of coded waveforms. The matches are converted into text as if the words were typed on the keyboard. There are three types of voice recognition applications. Command systems recognize a few hundred words and eliminate using the mouse or keyboard for repetitive commands. This is the least taxing on the computer. Discrete voice recognition systems are used for dictation, but require a pause between each word. Continuous voice recognition understands natural speech without pauses and is the most process intensive.
The technology that allows a person to speak a computer command rather than typing it. The computer understands the command and implements the task. Algorithm-based programming enables computers to recognise the words of human speech and to record them to memory, where they can be saved into files or used to command and interact with an IVR system. Software programs transform recognised words into digitised text. Discrete-speech systems require the user to speak slowly and distinctly. Continuous-speech systems allow a user to speak naturally.
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This swanky feature lets you make calls without even pressing a button. Just say the person's name and your phone will call them automatically. Great if you have really big hands, webbed fingers or spend a lot of time on your mobile in the car.
Keywords:  voip, volatile, memory
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