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Voice XML is an Extensible Markup Language (XML) standard for storing and processing digitized voice, input recognition and defining human and machine voice interaction. Voice XML uses voice as an input to a machine for desired processing, thereby facilitating voice application development. A voice-based application is managed by a voice browser.
Voice XML is developed as a standard markup language for delivering and processing voice dialogs. Voice XML applications include automated driving assistance, voice access to email, voice directory access and other services. Voice XML pages are transported online via the HTTP protocol.
There are two basic Voice XML file types:
Voice XML architecture is based on the following components:
Voice XML facilitates the following: