The FrostSpeechWeb Project
Some Example Grammar Files
Here are some basic grammar files to help get you started with building your very own speechweb application.
Judy.jsgf(Click here to visit the application)
grammar vxmljudy; public <s> = <simple>; <simple> = what can i say | go back | hello | hello there | hello judy | goodbye | goodbye judy | fine thanks | thanks | thanks judy | yes please | what is your name | who are you | where do you live | what do you know | how old are you | who made you | what is your favorite band | who is the vice president at the university of windsor | who is the president at the university of windsor | who is the president of sun microsystems canada | who is the executive dean of science at the university of windsor | who is the dean of science at the university of windsor | tell me a poem | know any poems | tell me a joke | know any jokes | who is monty | can I talk to monty | can I talk to judy | who is solar man | who do you know | can I talk to solar man; <link> = <application> [please] | go to <application> [please] | can i (talk | speak) (to | with) <application> [please]; <application> = Judy | Monty | Solar man | PeTE | Geoman | readAbook | Public Domain SpeechWeb;
News.jsgf(Click here to visit the application)
#JSGF V1.0; grammar vxmlmenu; public <s> = <simple> | go (back | home); <simple> = what are the headlines | read the first story | read the second story | read the third story | read the fourth story | read the fifth story | read the sixth story | read the seventh story | read the eighth story | read the ninth story | read the tenth story | help | what can i say | go back | go home ;