Using voice recognition as an input medium to the JINTACCS Automated Message Preparation System (JAMPS)
Hill, Earl T.
Kotowski, Leo B.
Poock, Gary K.
Brown, Thomas J.
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This thesis investigates the interfacing of voice recognition, also known as automatic speech recognition (ASR), with the Joint Interoperability of Tactical Command and Control Systems (JINTACCS) Automated Message Preparation System (JAMPS). The voice recognition system we used is the Texas Instruments (TI) TI-SPEECH( tm) imbedded in the TI Portable Professional Computer (PPC). We were able to load the JAMPS software onto the TIPPC's hard disk. With the vocabulary we built, we ran the JAMPS software on the TIPPC using voice recognition. Our results indicate ASR has an application in message preparation during military operations. ASR could curtail the time to prepare messages, and thereby reduce the time element in the command and control process. We propose a measure of performance to test how much time might be saved by using ASR with JAMPS. We also suggest some areas for future research.
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