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JSGFJava Speech Grammar Format
JSGFJava Speech Grammar Format (defined by VXML forum)
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-- Extended grammar support: JSGF, IBM BNF, and Nuance GSL; and ECMA Script Action Tags for JSGF, SpeechWorks OSR Tag Format, and Nuance NLU.
<form> <field name="drink"> <prompt>What would you like to drink?</prompt> <grammar> coffee | tea | orange juice | milk | nothing </grammar> </field> <field name="sandwich"> <prompt>What sandwich would you like?</prompt> <grammar src="sandwiches.gram"/> </field> <block> <submit next="/servlet/order"/> </block> </form> The grammars here are specified using the Java Speech Grammar Format (JSGF) (see java.sun.com/products/java-media/speech/).
(For more on grammars, a good starting point is the JSGF reference manual at java.sun.com/products/java-media/speech/.)