Add speech recognition grammars to your applications. Chant GrammarKit enables you to develop grammars for high-performance speech recognition. Context-free grammar recognition enables your applications to capture data very efficiently. Grammars also enable your applications to assert domain constraints to elevate data capture accuracy automatically. Chant GrammarKit simplifies the process of managing grammars declared with IBM SRCL (IBM ViaVoice), Microsoft SAPI 4 Grammar Text File, Microsoft SAPI 5 XML Grammar, or Nuance BNF+ (VoCon 3200), Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF), W3C ABNF, and W3C XML grammar syntax to use with your favorite speech recognizer.
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What’s new in GrammarKit 4?
Chant GrammarKit is comprised of software components that handle the complexities of compiling grammars and persisting the compiled grammar binary. This allows you to distribute compiled grammar binary files with your application, compile grammars as part of your deployed application, and optimize grammar enablement at runtime by using compiled binary files.
GrammarKit includes ActiveX, C++, C++Builder, Delphi, Java, and .NET Framework, Silverlight, and Web component library formats to support all your programming languages and provides sample projects for popular IDEs.
The goal of good grammar design is to maximize application performance. With GrammarKit your applications can:
Within Chant Developer Workbench interactive environment, you can: