Distributed Multimodal Synchronization Protocol (DMSP). Chris Cross IETF 66 July 13, 2006. With Contribution from Gerald McCobb and Les Wilson. DMSP Background. Result of 4 year IBM and Motorola R&D effort OMA Architecture Document: Multimodal and Multi-device Architecture
Distributed Multimodal Synchronization Protocol (DMSP)
July 13, 2006
With Contribution from Gerald McCobb and Les Wilson
R/G = 1
Why do you need a distributed system, i.e., a Thin Client?
A thick client has speech recognition and synthesis on the device. As resources available on a device shrink or the application requirements increase (larger application grammars) then the performance of the system becomes unacceptable. When that threshold is reached then it is economically feasible to distribute the speech over the network.
Grammar Size and Complexity
R Resources: memory and MIPS on the client device
G Size and Complexity of application grammars
R/G = 1Resources are adequate to perform “real time”
recognition and synthesis.
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DMSP Architecture Building Blocks