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Ian M Bennett, Bandi Ramesh Babu, Kishor Morkhandikar, Pallaki Gururaj: Intelligent query engine for processing voice based queries. Phoenix Solutions, J Nicholas Gross, September 2, 2003: US06615172 (490 worldwide citation)

An intelligent query system for processing voiced-based queries is disclosed. This distributed client-server system, typically implemented on an intranet or over the Internet accepts a user's queries at his/her computer, PDA or workstation using a speech input interface. After converting the us ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman, Stephen F Elston: Mobile systems and methods for responding to natural language speech utterance. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, April 6, 2010: US07693720 (436 worldwide citation)

Mobile systems and methods that overcomes the deficiencies of prior art speech-based interfaces for telematics applications through the use of a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, presentation and local or remote command environment. This environment makes significant use of context ...


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Ian M Bennett, Bandi Ramesh Babu, Kishor Morkhandikar, Pallaki Gururaj: Interactive speech based learning/training system formulating search queries based on natural language parsing of recognized user queries. Phoenix Solutions, J Nicholas Gross, December 16, 2003: US06665640 (350 worldwide citation)

A real-time speech-based learning/training system distributed between client and server, and incorporating speech recognition and linguistic processing for recognizing a spoken question and to provide an answer to the student in a learning or training environment implemented on an intranet or over t ...


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Dean Weber: Network interactive user interface using speech recognition and natural language processing. One Voice Technologies, James Y Sze, Pillsbury Winthrop, March 11, 2003: US06532444 (315 worldwide citation)

A system and method to interact with networked objects, via a computer using utterances, speech processing and natural language processing. A Data Definition File relates networked objects and a speech processor. The Data Definition File encompasses a memory structure relating the networked objects, ...


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Dean Weber: Interactive user interface using speech recognition and natural language processing. One Voice Technologies, James Y Sze, Pillsbury Winthrop, December 24, 2002: US06499013 (288 worldwide citation)

A system and method to interact with a computer using utterances, speech processing and natural language processing. The system comprises a speech processor to search a first grammar file for a matching phrase for the utterance, and to search a second grammar file for the matching phrase if the matc ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman: Systems and methods for responding to natural language speech utterance. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, July 8, 2008: US07398209 (272 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for receiving natural language queries and/or commands and execute the queries and/or commands. The systems and methods overcomes the deficiencies of prior art speech query and response systems through the application of a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, prese ...


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Ian M Bennett: Speech-enabled server for internet website and method. Phoenix Solutions, J Nicholas Gross, May 23, 2006: US07050977 (272 worldwide citation)

An Internet-based server with speech support for enhanced interactivity is disclosed. This server hosts a server-side speech recognition engine and additional linguistic and database functions that cooperate to provide enhanced interactivity for clients so that their browsing experience is more sati ...


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Michael Longé, Richard Eyraud, Keith C Hullfish: Multimodal disambiguation of speech recognition. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, February 1, 2011: US07881936 (250 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a speech recognition system combined with one or more alternate input modalities to ensure efficient and accurate text input. The speech recognition system achieves less than perfect accuracy due to limited processing power, environmental noise, and/or natural variatio ...


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Robert A Kennewick, David Locke, Michael R Kennewick Sr, Michael R Kennewick Jr, Richard Kennewick, Tom Freeman: Systems and methods for processing natural language speech utterances with context-specific domain agents. VoiceBox Technologies, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, September 6, 2011: US08015006 (240 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for receiving natural language queries and/or commands and execute the queries and/or commands. The systems and methods overcomes the deficiencies of prior art speech query and response systems through the application of a complete speech-based information query, retrieval, prese ...


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Ian M Bennett, Bandi Ramesh Babu, Kishor Morkhandikar, Pallaki Gururaj: Speech recognition system interactive agent. Phoenix Solutions, J Nicholas Gross, October 2, 2007: US07277854 (240 worldwide citation)

A speech recognition system includes distributed processing across a client and server for recognizing a spoken query by a user. A number of different speech models for different languages are used to support and detect a language spoken by a user. In some implementations an interactive electronic a ...