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Voice Application Development with VoiceXML
     

Voice Application Development with VoiceXML

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by Kenneth Michael Farley
 

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Voice Application Development with Voice XML works from an application-centric approach, detailing how a programmer proficient in standard web application development tools and techniques can build voice-based applications and interfaces. The book presents both the structure and vocabulary of VoiceXML-the primary enabling technology for voice application

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Voice Application Development with Voice XML works from an application-centric approach, detailing how a programmer proficient in standard web application development tools and techniques can build voice-based applications and interfaces. The book presents both the structure and vocabulary of VoiceXML-the primary enabling technology for voice application development-as well as the best practices developed by the authors over years of voice interface design experience at Lucent.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780132714822
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
08/20/2001
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
400
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

Rick Beasley is an Acting Manager for Lucent Technologies, currently managing several software development teams. These teams develop converged Internet/telecommunications services and platforms, including a MiLife Voice Solution, which is a VoiceXML gateway.

For the past three years, Rick has developed software for the mobile Internet, both network infrastructure and user applications. His 12-year software development background includes network management, handheld platforms, and Geographic Information Systems. Rick currently is researching Bluetooth and location-based services and is co-inventor on two patent submissions related to VoiceXML services.

Mike Farley is a Member of Technical Staff with Lucent Technologies, currently assigned to user-centered design for software and information products. Mike has 35 years of customer and user-facing experience in wireless and wireline telecommunications systems and intelligent networks. He provides human performance support through user-centered design, facilitating cross-functional design and development teams, technical training, and process and organizational reengineering.

For the past two years, Mike has been responsible for user-centered designs for a variety of service applications that implement VoiceXML, WML (wireless markup language), Web browser, and PC user interfaces.

John O'Reilly is a Member of Technical Staff with Lucent Technologies, currently assigned to Lucent's VoiceXML platform team. Since March 1999, John has worked both with the VoiceXML platform team and as the lead developer for the VoiceXML application development team. John was a featured speaker at VON (Voice on the Net) Winter 2001 presenting on VoiceXML application development. John is also a co-inventor on a VoiceXML-related patent.

Leon Henry Squire is a Member of Technical Staff with Lucent Technologies, with development team leadership responsibilities for Lucent's TelePortal VoiceXML engine running on the enhanced Media Resource Server (eMRS). Leon has 13 years of telephony experience in the AT&T and Lucent Technologies corporations, holding technical leadership roles in software development, systems testing, and systems engineering. In his current role as a lead software developer at Lucent's Advanced Software Construction Center located in Cary, North Carolina, Leon leads the team's technical direction.

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Voice Application Development with VoiceXML 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the best computer technical books I have ever read. Applications are clearly laid out and the authors never go over the readers head. I urge both first timers and pros to read this book. Future generations may very well consider this book the bible of voice applications in computers.