Verbio ASR

Verbio Technologies

Loreto 44
08029 Barcelona
Spain

Website: http://www.verbio.com

Verbio is a company based in Barcelona (Spain), specializing in speech technologies, aimed basically at the Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American markets.

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If your distribution does not use 'rpm' nor 'deb' please contact Verbio Technologies staff (support@verbio.com). Download the package after contacting the Verbio sales.

1. Check that your system is up to date For example, on CentOS environments:

#yum update

2. Install 32bit compatibility libs (on 64 bits platforms) if using MRCP protocol: For example, on CentOS environments:

# yum install glibc.i686 glibc-devel.i686
# yum install libstdc++.i686 libstdc++-devel.i686

3. Install the “Engines” package. DEB packages:

# dpkg -i verbio-engines-X.Y.ZZZZZZZZ.deb
RPM packages:
# rpm -ivh verbio-engines-X.Y.ZZZZZZZ.rpm

4. Install TTS and ASR packages, as needed: DEB packages:

# dpkg -i verbio-tts-*-X.Y.ZZZZZZ.deb
# dpkg -i verbio-asr-*-X.Y.ZZZZZZ.deb
RPM packages:
#rpm -ivh verbio-tts-*-X.Y.ZZZZZZ.rpm
#rpm -ivh verbio-asr-*-X.Y.ZZZZZZ.rpm

5. If MRCP protocol is required, install the following package: DEB packages:

# dpkg -i verbio-mrcp-cert-X.Y.ZZZZZZZZ.deb
RPM packages:
#rpm -ivh verbio-mrcp-cert-X.Y.ZZZZZZZZ.rpm

To enable speech recognition, change the main speech parameter. The “speech” parameter can get three values, “yes”, “automatic”, “no” or “emulation” (don’t generate errors if you enable speech grammars).

</code> [general] … speech=automatic speechprovider=verbio … </code>

Don't set the speechdirectory parameter.

In the VoiceXML browser configuration file :
############################
# ASR server configuration #
############################

client.rec.resource.0.cacheDir              VXIString   /tmp/cacheContent
client.rec.resource.0.format                VXIString   txt

The following VoiceXML example uses the speech recognition, with the built in grammar, ‘digits.’

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
<vxml version="2.0" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/vxml" xml:lang="en-UK">
 <form>
  <property name="inputmodes" value="voice"/>
  <property name="timeout" value="30s"/>
  <field name="text" type="digits">
   <catch event="noinput nomatch">
    <reprompt/>
   </catch>
   <prompt>
    Speak to me:
   </prompt>
  </field>
  <filled>
   <prompt>
    You say me:
    <value expr="text" />
   </prompt>
   <clear namelist="text" />
  </filled>
 </form>
</vxml>