[MV] Gibberish issues ...

Frank Flynn frank at declan.com
Tue Dec 10 18:32:59 PST 2002

Why not try it sometime?  I've done this by accident in my office and got
several pages full of solid text (obviously no punctuation or paragraphs)
which were surprisingly accurate considering the headset was on the desk and
there were different people talking (maybe 50 - 75%).

It didn't crash - the text was not usable but it was amusing.

Good Luck,

On 12/10/02 12:39 PM, "Domains4Days.com" <Lists at domains4days.com> wrote:

> I'm curious what happens when you accidentally leave the VoiceCenter in its
> active state ( non sleep) and set the headset to down on a table in a noisy
> room  for a period of time.  Basically I'm curious if it would be collecting
> data  the whole time it - and filling up its RAM memory - and possibly
> creating a situation where it could crash at some point .
> ( I understand that if it thinks its hearing commands it will attempt to
> execute commands and if you're  working on a text file it will tend to write
> gibberish...  I'm just concerned with the fact that it might  be setting up
> a crash situation or not...)
> -  also assuming in 3.0 that you were able to update your voice model  after
> it had collected enough data ( ....Instead of the ViaVoice bug that will not
> allow this at the present time...) - with all the gibberish noises end up
> destroying your voice model?

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