Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2007 5:13 pm Post subject: [asterisk-speech-rec] Any Date / Time grammar than the built
I have an application that asks the user for a date and time. Right now I am doing it using a grammar that combines the built-in ABNFDate.gram and ABNFTime.gram, and a couple of other things (I added "today" and "tomorrow", for instance). I am about to go through and tweek that with the tuner because I have had some complaints about it not working.
Because I am about to go through it, it occurred to me to wonder if anyone out there had written a more extensive date-time grammar and might be able to share it. What I am thinking of, is it would have the days of the week also, and also phrases such as "day after tomorrow" and "next friday" and etc. I am also considering combining the date-time with "time periods", so the person could say "in two hours", and it would presume "today" as a default and return the appropriate thing.
You could also try to handle "tomorrow afternoon" and "this afternoon" and etc. When you think about it there is a huge number of ways to indicate a point in time.
Do you guys know of anything that goes beyond what is in the Lumenvox built-in grammars, and even attempts any of all that stuff ?
Just wondering, if something was out there I might use that and see if it worked better than the simple stuff I have now.