AAAI Publications, Sixteenth AAAI/SIGART Doctoral Consortium

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Developing a Language for Spoken Programming
Benjamin M. Gordon

Last modified: 2011-08-04

Abstract


The dominant paradigm for programming a computer today is text entry via keyboard and mouse, but there aremany common situations where this is not ideal. I address this through the creation of a new language thatis explicitly intended for spoken programming. In addition, I describe a supporting editor that improvesrecognition accuracy by making use of type information and scoping to increase recognizer context.

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