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Design and implementation of a VoiceXML-driven wiki application for assistive environments on the web

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Design and implementation of a VoiceXML-driven wiki application for assistive environments on the web
In this paper, we describe the design and implementation of an audio wiki application accessible via both the Public Switched Telephone Network and the Internet. The application exploits mature World Wide Web Consortium standards, such as VoiceXML, Speech Synthesis Markup Language, and Speech Recognition Grammar Specification toward achieving our goals. The purpose of such an application is to assist visually impaired, technologically uneducated, and underprivileged people in accessing information originally intended to be accessed visually via a personal computer (PC). Users may access wiki content via fixed or mobile phones, or via a PC using a Web Browser or a Voice over IP service. This feature promotes pervasiveness to collaboratively created content to an extremely large population, i.e., those who simply own a telephone line. Keywords VoiceXML
Constantinos Kolias, Vassilis Kolias, Ioannis Anag
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where PUC
Authors Constantinos Kolias, Vassilis Kolias, Ioannis Anagnostopoulos, Georgios Kambourakis, Eleftherios Kayafas
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