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Can we do voice recognition in java program?
Since we can record and play audio file why can't we
trap the sounds that we produce and replay...?
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hleungta earned 0 total points
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There is not such package or library for voice recognition.
(not that I know ).
Voice recognition requires heavy/fast computation that I don't
think may be handle by Java as it is now. If you are running
on PC platform it is better to purchase a voice recognition software (written en C ...) and try to integrate with you Java
app.
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by:geostp
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Then how does the Video Conferencing works. I heard from my

friend that it works on optical fibre , networking and java programs. Is that so?
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by:hleungta
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There is a huge difference between voice recognition and
video conferencing. The first one, allows the computer to "-understand-" what you are saying and (for instance) translate into text or perform an action where as video conferencing is no more
than just -relaying- a digital signal without analyzing it as the voice recognit (receive and send that's all).
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by:DrWarezz
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See here for voice recognition:
http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/speech/forDevelopers/jsapi-guide/Recognition.html#7408

Best of luck with it ;-)
[r.D]
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