I need these books(give a download link)?

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The definitive reference guide to VoiceXML by Adam and David Cuddihy Hocek.

Hocek Adam, David Cuddihy
Format: Paperback, 480pp
. Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Published: January 2003


VoiceXML 2.0 Developer's Guide

Design your way to excellence! This professional resource explains in detail how to build VoiceXML-based applications using real-world programs can be tailored to your own projects. The book consists of three full-scale, enterprise-level applications complete with all source code.

DreamTech staff
Inc Format: Paperback, 358pp
. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
Published: June 2002


VoiceXML: Introduction to Speech application development

VoiceXML excels at introducing the process of developing speech-enabled applications. With advice like how to phrase the system, how to specify the grammar for the recognition of the response of the caller to a system and what to do if the caller does not respond properly, this text answers fundamental language user interface questions. Jim Larson's book is well suited as a college textbook for students and a trade book for professionals developing speech applications.

James A. Larson
Format: Paperback, 336pp
. Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Published: June 2002


VoiceXML: 10 Projects to Voice Enable Your Web Site

VoiceXML is rapidly becoming the de facto standard language for managing the transition from visual Web browsing to access information synthesized text to speech. This book provides Web designers, database managers and system designers with the tools and templates they need to carry out this transition in the shortest amount of time and at the lowest possible cost. Mark Miller walks readers step by step through ten real world applications, from problem statement through code examination, error checking, and deployment-to clearly demonstrate how to use the tools available in Currently, the techniques and strategies for building Internet voice applications. Accompanying each project application is a phone number that allows readers to listen to and interact with, an actual working example of the application.

Mark Miller
Format: Paperback, 400pp
. Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Published: March 2002


VoiceXML: Strategies and techniques for the efficient development of voice applications with VoiceXML 2.0 with CD-ROM

Provide expertise to help your company improve the quality of customer service and reduce costs, this informative reference manual introduces you to VoiceXML and serves as a practical resource for professional VoiceXML developers programming. You
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