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code to use voice commands in java

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Hi,

I am developing an academic project to give voice commands to do certain tasks using java 1.4, i am able to record and save wav files, but unable to compare different command and do the appropriate actions.

please tell me how do i understand the command and do the appropriate steps. i dont want to use voice recognition but simple comparison of wav files .
need code to compare wav files in java.

thankyou,
mahesh
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by:mahesh_qatester
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Kindly provide me the answers as soon as possible.
Since its very urgent for me.
Thanks,
Mahesh.L
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by:mahesh_qatester
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Hi,
My Code should just compare 2 wav files.
Regards,
Mahesh.L
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by:TimYates
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> I am developing an academic project

I'm not doing it for you...

Did you look at the links me and girionis provided?

I know the second link of mine shows you how to do recognition...

We cannot write an academic project for you under the terms of the membership agreement:

http:/help.jsp#hi105

Tim
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by:girionis
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 That's why I love Tim's answers ;)
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by:TimYates
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>_O
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by:mahesh_qatester
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i want to know how to compare wav files not speech recognition. there is a lot of difference between speech reconition and wav file comnparison and tim i guess now thats clear and so should it be for girlonis.
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by:girionis
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 Well how do you store the speech? I guess in WAV files and therefore you have the soundwave somehow. Recognizing speech involves comparing/contrasting the soundwave of the WAV file with a given pattern essentially it is the same thing (speech recognition and wav files comparison).

  Take a look at the links we posted, they have a few useful examples. If you still do not understand then post again.
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by:nil_dib
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>there is a lot of difference between speech reconition and wav file comnparison ...
sure, but the functionality you want IS *speech recognition* ?!
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by:mahesh_qatester
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i tried through recognition but the appropriate jsapi is not available which one do u suggest.

i find only free tts but no recognizer??
please suggest.
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by:girionis
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 What do you mean by saying "not available"? Have you checked Tim's links, they contain several APIs.
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by:TimYates
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The IBM one does recognition, but you need ViaVoice installed too...
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