SIST ES 202 076 V2.1.1:2009

Oznaka standarda: SIST ES 202 076 V2.1.1:2009
Koda projekta: 21046
Organizacija: SIST
Naslov (angleški): Human Factors (HF) - User Interfaces - Generic spoken command vocabulary for ICT devices and services
Naslov (slovenski): Človeški dejavniki (HF) - Uporabniški vmesniki - Splošni slovar govorjenih ukazov za naprave in storitve IKT
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SIST ES 202 076 V2.1.1:2009 angleški jezik Active SIST-I: 85.91 EUR
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Tehnični odbor: SPN - Storitve in protokoli v omrežjih
ICS: 33.040.01
Status: Objavljen
Objavljen: 01-Nov-2009
Refer. št. objave: Sporočila 2009-11
Referenčna oznaka: ETSI ES 202 076 V2.1.1 (2009-08)
Področje projekta (angleško): ES 202 076, version 1.1.2 specifies a minimum set of spoken commands required to control the generic and most common functions of ICT devices and services that use speaker independent speech recognition. It specifies the necessary and most common vocabularies to be supported by ICT devices and services for voice input, including command, control and editing. ES 202 076 is applicable to the functions required for navigation, information retrieval, basic call handling and configuration of preferences. It also addresses the most common telecommunication services. ES 202 076 specifies user tested commands for the languages with the largest number of native speakers in the European Union: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, as spoken in their respective countries. This revision shall provide the similar commands specified in other European languages languages, language versions and possibly update the list of ICT commands addressed (methodology guidance is already provided). The present work will update ES 202 076 to be fully applicable to the languages of the European Union (EU) member states as of June 2004, near-term enlargement candidate countries and the official languages of the EFTA countries and Russian. Furthermore, the work will consider to additionally cover European minority languages and major non European languages used in Europe. In addition, the below listed languages not covered by the above will be examined for coverage: • Belarusian, Macedonian (the official language of the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia), Serbian and Ukrainian; • Albanian; • Moldavian; and • Croatian.? The work will not cover dialogue design issues, the full range of supplementary telecommunications services, performance related issues, natural spoken numbers covering more than one digit (other than double) or speech output.

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