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LumenVox Releases Speech Recognition Engine v3.0 for Linux

San Diego, CA (NOV 14, 2002) — LumenVox announced their new Speech Recognition Engine v3.0 for Linux, continuing their multi-platform support of advanced speech recognition technology. The latest Linux speech recognition version puts the power of speech recognition squarely into the hands of Linux users, supporting RedHat Linux versions 7.2 and later. It is free to evaluate at www.LumenVox.com.

The Speech Recognition Engine v3.0 offers dramatically improved performance, as well as specially designed single-digit performance enhancements, significantly improving recognition accuracy. In addition to acoustic improvements, the Speech Engine offers developers the ability to custom-design their own grammars containing 2000+ words or phrases, filter out-of-vocabulary words, and modify the engine and grammar performance at run-time. Built-in grammars handle single digits, currency, and natural numbers. In addition, the Engine automatically produces pronunciations for any word not in the 120,000-word dictionary.

LumenVox will demonstrate their new suite of software at COMDEX Fall 2002, being held in Las Vegas, in booth 7527 from November 18th to the 22nd.

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