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Distributed Multimodal Synchronization Protocol
(DMSP)
Chris Cross, Multimodal Browser Architect
7-December-2005 | Cross
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How can X+V can make Yahoo Local the world’s most usable mobile portal?
Yahoo Local content is available to
other Web sites via its Web Services
API that lets them access and
deliver Yahoo! content.
This means Yahoo! Local content
can be “front ended” by a Multimodal
Portal using the fast-to-develop X+V
markup language.
“Find pizza
restaurants near Boca
Raton Florida”
3
2
5
“Papa John’s”
6
“What would you like to
“You can choose from
the following…”
find”
“Dial Poppa John’s or go
to their website?…”
4
7
Yahoo! Local
Web Service
1
“Go to
Yahoo”
Yahoo!
Multimodal
Portal
PDA or
Smartphone
with X+V
enabled Web
browser
For a live demo point your Opera browser at
http://pvc002.austin.ibm.com/findit3
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What is required to enable a distributed Multimodal system?
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Multimodal Mark-up Language
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
Voice Over IP (VoIP) Audio Session Control
–

Media Resource Control Protocol (MRCP) Version 2
View Independent Model
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
DSR and AMR codecs from ETSI and 3GPP
Distributed Speech Engine Control Protocol
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
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Distributed Speech Audio Format
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
W3C Multimodal Interaction WG , Compound Document Format
W3C Document Object Model (DOM) Level 3
Protocol to Synchronize Distributed Modalities
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IETF Distributed Multimodal Synchronization Protocol
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