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Publication Date: 0011
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Larson, James A.
Dr. James A. Larson chairs the World Wide Web Consortium's Voice Browser Working Group Dr. Larson also works for Intel and is an adjunct professor for Portland State University and Oregon Health Sciences University/Oregon Graduate Institute where he teaches courses on speech application development. Author of many technical papers on user interfaces, Dr. Larson currently writes a column for Speech Technology Magazine and is a speech applications consultant for Larson Technical ServicesLarson, James A. is the author of 'Voicexml Introduction to Developing Speech Applications', published 0011 under ISBN 9780130092625 and ISBN 0130092622.
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