Let's take an application, for example, Speech Recognition. In this case, WinDi can
increase the percentage of recognized words. How? Very simply! The Speech Recognition program has
identified a group of words with a terminological or grammatical ambiguity. The
Speech Recognition program then asks WinDi (by passing on the group of words) to analyze the
possible grammatical construction of the group. The answer from WinDi will help to
determine if the first hypothesis made by the Speech Recognition program is correct or not... This process will
increase the accuracy of the Speech Recognition application thanks to this smart linguistic feature !
The example above shows how WinDi can help to 'make a decision' in sensitive domains. Other integrations are possible, as in a Grammar and/or Spelling Checker (monolingual or multilingual) in a Wordprocessor, an advanced E-Mail program, or any program having to read multilingual texts aloud (read also our WinDi Multilingual Speech Producer page and the WTLD.EXE comment below). Also, in another context, WinDi Browser represents a good example of an interesting integration!
|WINDIGW.EXE||This program is able to extract from the WinDi dictionary all the words matching the received request. Several words can be received in one request.|
|CONJUGGW.EXE||This program allows to conjugate the requested verb. It also can retrieve the root infinitive form of a conjugated verb, even an irregular one.|
|WDGRAMGW.EXE||This program generates the agreements in gender and number of nouns and adjectives.|
|WTLD.EXE||This program is able to recognize the language of a given text with an extraordinary reliability.|
|DICWEB.EXE||This program calls WINDIGW.EXE with a list of words to be retrieved and it converts the result in HTML format. The resulting page can be viewed by means of WinDi Browser for example. DICWEB.EXE uses powerful parsing algorithms in order to enhance the understanding of a foreign text.|
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