Audio Cue - Sound that accompanies object action.
Dependent Speech Recognition - This technology enables systems to be taught to recognize the speech of a particular users. During training, the system captures the vocabulary and voice attributes of the given user.
Hidden Markov Modeling (HMM) - A probability-based algorithm for speech recognition. This is a back-end technique for voice/speech recognition.
Independent Speech Recognition - This technology focuses on recognizing words without regard to a specific person's voice characteristics. These systems may recognize speech without prior training by users.
MIDI - Musical Instrument Digital Interface.
Natural Language Understanding - This is the decoding of messages encoded with symbols and conventions that humans use among themselves.
Neural Network - A parallel distributed processing system that incorporates a large network of simple processors to process the input.
Phoneme - Represents the smallest significant structural unit in the sound system of a language. This unit must be able to distinguish one word from another.
Quicken - Personal Accounting Software by Intuit Corporation.
Speech Recognition - The ability of a computer to recognize and understand human speech.
Windows95 - Second Generation Windows Operating System.