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The GrammarRecognizer is a complement to the KeywordRecognizer. In many cases developers will find the KeywordRecognizer fills all their development needs. However, in some cases, more complex grammars will be better expressed in the form of an xml file on disk. The GrammarRecognizer uses Extensible Markup Language (XML) elements and attributes, as specified in the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Speech Recognition Grammar Specification (SRGS) Version 1.0. These XML elements and attributes represent the rule structures that define the words or phrases (commands) recognized by speech recognition engines.
Information on this format can be found here http://www.w3.org
speech-grammarspeech-grammar/ or on MSDN.
There can be many grammar recognizers active at any given point in time, but no two grammar recognizers may use the same grammar file.
Grammar recognizer is currently functional only on Windows 10.
|GrammarFilePath||Returns the grammar file path which was supplied when the grammar recognizer was created.|
|GrammarRecognizer||Creates a grammar recognizer using specified file path and minimum confidence.|
|IsRunning||Tells whether the phrase recognizer is listening for phrases.|
|Dispose||Disposes the resources used by phrase recognizer.|
|Start||Makes the phrase recognizer start listening to phrases.|
|Stop||Stops the phrase recognizer from listening to phrases.|
|OnPhraseRecognized||Event that gets fired when the phrase recognizer recognizes a phrase.|
|PhraseRecognizedDelegate||Delegate for OnPhraseRecognized event.|
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