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Project Summary

VoX is an acronym for Voice eXchange.

VoX is a nifty command-line based tool that is used to encode speech files using a repository.

Advantages:

Modest Bandwidth Requirements as only codes are transmitted instead of actual speech
Spoken Communication is Expressive

Limitations:

Single Speaker's Voice
Large Number of Small Files
Empirically Decided Cluster Cardinality
Frame Length is Fixed

Application:

News Broadcast and Archival
As an E-mail Add-on (as in the block diagrams above)

Future Scope:

Towards Unification and Generalization (The reverse of Personalization)
Streamability (Real-time Communication)

VoX is registered under GNU Public Licence (GPL). More info can be obtained on the project page.

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chat conferencing email speech telephony

In a Nutshell, VoX...

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These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.

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30 Day Summary

Aug 22 2018 — Sep 21 2018

12 Month Summary

Sep 21 2017 — Sep 21 2018

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