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Spoken Query for Web Search and Navigation

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Spoken Query for Web Search and Navigation
Mobile devices will become an important platform for Internet access. Due to size constraints, in many circumstances speech is the most desirable mode of input. We have developed a system for spoken query based web navigation and searching. The spoken query is recorded by a lightweight client and transmitted to a server where the computationally intensive continuous speech recognition and query execution are performed. Lightweight clients have been developed that can either be a small downloadable Active X component running within a browser or a small application running on a handheld PocketPC. Through these interfaces, users can search for contents in an Encarta encyclopedia, content of a particular website, or navigate to popular websites. Keywords Mobile devices; Multimodal User Interface; Information Retrieval; Speech Recognition.
Huixiang Gu, Jianming Li, Ben Walter, Eric Chang
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where WWW
Authors Huixiang Gu, Jianming Li, Ben Walter, Eric Chang
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