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James F Arnold, Horacio E Franco, David J Israel, Christopher Culy: Method and apparatus for providing a dynamic speech-driven control and remote service access system. SRI International, Kin Wah Tong Esq, Patterson & Sheridan, March 14, 2006: US07013275 (34 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and a concomitant method for speech recognition. In one embodiment, a distributed speech recognition system provides speech-driven control and remote service access. The distributed speech recognition system comprises a client device and a central server.


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Christopher Culy, David J Israel, James F Arnold: Method and apparatus for providing an integrated speech recognition and natural language understanding for a dialog system. SRI International, Patterson & Sheridan, Kin Wah Tong Esq, July 24, 2007: US07249019 (7 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and a concomitant method for natural language understanding. In one embodiment, the present invention provides a new architecture that employs a sophisticated natural language understanding parser in conjunction with a speech recognition component and a VoiceXML application.


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Christopher Culy, David J Israel, James F Arnold: Method and apparatus for providing an integrated speech recognition and natural language understanding for a dialog system. SRI International, Moser Patterson & Sheridan, February 12, 2004: US20040030557-A1

An apparatus and a concomitant method for natural language understanding. In one embodiment, the present invention provides a new architecture that employs a sophisticated natural language understanding parser in conjunction with a speech recognition component and a VoiceXML application.


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James F Arnold, Horacio E Franco, David J Israel, Christopher Culy: Method and apparatus for providing a dynamic speech-driven control and remote service access system. Moser Patterson & Sheridan, July 3, 2003: US20030125955-A1

An apparatus and a concomitant method for speech recognition. In one embodiment, a distributed speech recognition system provides speech-driven control and remote service access. The distributed speech recognition system comprises a client device and a central server.