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Title: US5924070: Corporate voice dialing with shared directories
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Country: US United States of America

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Inventor: Ittycheriah, Abraham Poovakunnel; Danbury, CT
Maes, Stephane Herman; Danbury, CT

Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY
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Published / Filed: 1999-07-13 / 1997-06-06

Application Number: US1997000870373

IPC Code: Advanced: H04M 1/27; H04M 3/42; H04M 3/493; H04M 3/38;
Core: H04M 3/487; more...
IPC-7: H04M 1/00;

ECLA Code: H04M1/27A; H04M3/42H; H04M3/493;

U.S. Class: Current: 704/275; 379/088.03;
Original: 704/275; 379/088.03;

Field of Search: 379/88.01,88.02,88.03,88.11,88.13,354,355 704/231,246,251,270,272,275

Priority Number:
1997-06-06  US1997000870373

Abstract: Voice-controlled customized commands including customization of the command to be preformed, such as a number to be dialed to make a connection with an address of a corporate voice dialing system, and the speech pattern or utterance which may be enrolled by a user to invoke the command can be used by other users, if authorized by the enrolling user. When a current user wants to use a customized command enrolled by another user, a preferably voice actuated command is invoked to cause the search of a database containing a page of customized commands for each user and the return of commands to which access of a current user is authorized in accordance with aliases established by the enrolling user. The returned commands are preferably presented to the current user as a menu from which the current user can make a selection and obtain execution of the authorized command.

Attorney, Agent or Firm: Whitham, Curtis & Whitham ; Otterstedt, Paul J. ;

Primary / Asst. Examiners: Weaver, Scott;

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First Claim:
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Having thus described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is as follows:     1. A method of operating a computer system including speech and speaker recognition arrangements and providing for customization of some commands by each of a plurality of users, said method including the steps of
  • identifying a current user issuing a current command with said speaker recognition arrangement,
  • determining ones of said customized commands of another user to which said current user is permitted access,
  • selecting a command by said current user from among said customized commands of said another user determined by said determining step, and
  • executing said command in response to said selecting step.


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Other Abstract Info: DERABS G1999-404674 DERABS G1999-404674

Other References:
  • Herbert Gish, Robust Discrimination In Automatic Speaker Identification, BBN Systems and Technologies Corporation, pp. 289-292.
  • Naik, Netsch and Doddington, Speaker Verification Over Long Distance Telephone Lines, Texas Instruments Inc., pp. 524-527.
  • Rosenberg, Lee, and Soone, Sub-Word Unit Talker Verification Using Hidden Markov Models, 1990, AT&T Bell Laboratories, pp. 269-272.


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