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I-D ACTION:draft-burger-speechsc-reqts-00.txt

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	Title		: Requirements for Distributed Control of ASR, SV and  
                          TTS Resources
	Author(s)	: E. Burger, D. Oran
	Filename	: draft-burger-speechsc-reqts-00.txt
	Pages		: 10
	Date		: 14-Jun-02
This document outlines the needs and requirements for a protocol to 
control distributed speech processing of audio streams.  By speech 
processing, this document specifically means automatic speech 
recognition, speaker verification and text-to-speech.  Other IETF 
protocols, such as SIP and RTSP, address rendezvous and control for 
generalized media streams.  However, speech processing presents 
additional requirements that none of the extant IETF protocols 
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