A voice browser is a web browser that presents an interactive voice user interface to the user. Just as a visual web browser works with HTML pages, a voice browser operates on pages that specify voice dialogues. Typically these pages are written in VoiceXML, the W3C's standard voice dialog markup language, but other proprietary voice dialogue languages remain in use. A voice browser presents information aurally, using pre-recorded audio file playback or using text-to-speech software to render textual information as audio.
Literature Review on Voice over Internet Protocol. by | Bartleby
But this is mostly a personal choice and it depends on the individual. You might be a couch potato, reclining on your sofa with the television switched on and your iPhone in the palm of your hand. You command Siri to search for nearest pizza delivery joints and you are presented with a list of them. As can be deduced, voice recognition has come a long way; however, this technology is not something recent.
Writing a literature review in your own ‘voice’
Combining separate elements into a whole is the dictionary definition of synthesis. It is a way to make connections among and between numerous and varied source materials. A literature review is not an annotated bibliography, organized by title, author, or date of publication.
Introduction: The integrative review is the methodology that provides synthesis of knowledge and applicability of results of significant studies to practice. Objective: To present the phases of an integrative review and the relevant aspects to be taken into account when using this methodological resource. Methods: This study was based on bibliographic search and on the experience of the authors when performing an integrative review.