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David Boloker, Rafah A Hosn, Photina Jaeyun Jang, Jan Kleindienst, Tomas Macek, Stephane H Maes, Thiruvilwamalai V Raman, Ladislav Seredi: Systems and methods for implementing modular DOM (Document Object Model)-based multi-modal browsers. International Business Machines Corporation, Frank V DeRosa, F Chau & Associates, April 11, 2006: US07028306 (116 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for building multi-modal browsers applications and, in particular, to systems and methods for building modular multi-modal browsers using a DOM (Document Object Model) and MVC (Model-View-Controller) framework that enables a user to interact in parallel with the same information ...


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Jaroslav Gergic, Rafah A Hosn, Jan Kleindienst, Stephane H Maes, Thiruvilwamalai V Raman, Jan Sedivy, Ladislav Seredi: Reusable voiceXML dialog components, subdialogs and beans. International Business Machines Corporation, F Chau & Associates, February 3, 2009: US07487440 (34 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for building speech-based applications using reusable dialog components based on VoiceXML (Voice eXtensible Markup Language). VoiceXML reusable dialog components can be used for building a voice interface for use with multi-modal, multi-channel and conversational applications tha ...


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David Boloker, Rafah A Hosn, Photina Jaeyun Jang, Jan Kleindienst, Tomas Macek, Stephane H Maes, Thiruvilwamalai V Raman, Ladislav Seredi: Systems and methods for implementing modular DOM (Document Object Model)-based multi-modal browsers. F Chau & Associates, December 19, 2002: US20020194388-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for building multi-modal browsers applications and, in particular, to systems and methods for building modular multi-modal browsers using a DOM (Document Object Model) and MVC (Model-View-Controller) framework that enables a user to interact in parallel with the same information ...


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Frantisek Bachleda, Jan Kleindienst, Martin Labsky, Jan Sedivy, Ladislav Seredi, Lubos Ures, Keith Grueneberg: System, method and architecture for control and multi-modal synchronization of speech browsers. Nuance Communications, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, June 23, 2015: US09065911

Clients connecting to a VoiceXML browser obtain a control channel. Using this channel, clients may initialize a new VoiceXML session or attach to an existing VoiceXML session. The client after obtaining a session may perform a range of actions including controlling and monitoring actions.


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Jaroslav Gergic, Rafah A Hosn, Jan Kleindienst, Stephane H Maes, Thiruvilwamalai V Raman, Jan Sedivy, Ladislav Seredi: Reusable voiceXML dialog components, subdialogs and beans. International Business Machines Corporation, Frank Chau, F Chau & Associates, December 26, 2002: US20020198719-A1

Systems and methods for building speech-based applications using reusable dialog components based on VoiceXML (Voice eXtensible Markup Language). VoiceXML reusable dialog components can be used for building a voice interface for use with multi-modal, multi-channel and conversational applications tha ...


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Frantisek Bachleda, Jan Kleindlenst, Martin Labsky, Jan Sedivy, Ladislav Seredi, Lubos Ures, Keith Grueneberg: System, method and architecture for control and multi-modal synchronization of speech browsers. International Business Machines Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser PC, April 2, 2009: US20090089064-A1

Clients connecting to a VoiceXML browser obtain a control channel. Using this channel, clients may initialize a new VoiceXML session or attach to an existing VoiceXML session. The client after obtaining a session may perform a range of actions including controlling and monitoring actions.