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National Research University Higher School of EconomicsStudent ThesesDevelopment of automatic module for proccessing phone calls in voice control system management of remote objects

Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Vladimir Bazhmin
Development of automatic module for proccessing phone calls in voice control system management of remote objects
Bachelor’s programme
2014
The theme of this graduate work - Development of automatic module for proccessing phone calls in voice control system management of remote objects. The result of this work is a module in which will be an opportunity to receive calls, recording speech input signal into wav file, playback of sound file, proccessing of DTMF input and configuration of dialplan. First part of this work devoted to description of voice control systems, topicality, goals and objectives. In the second part represented a review of software which is necessary for current objectives. The third part describes the working principle of automatic phone call proccessing module for voice call control system of remote objects.

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