Microsoft Speech Platform SDK 11 Documentation
The Microsoft Speech Platform SDK 11 provides a comprehensive set of development tools for building voice-enabled applications that leverage Microsoft's redistributable speech engines. You can use the technologies and tools in the Speech Platform SDK 11 to give applications the ability to recognize spoken words (speech recognition) and to generate synthesized speech (text-to-speech or TTS). Using this SDK, you can give users an effective and natural way to interact with your applications, complementing the use of mice, keyboards, controllers, and gestures.
The documentation for the Speech Platform SDK 11 includes a programming guide and reference sections to help you learn to use the speech application programming interfaces (APIs) to manage the Microsoft Speech Platform Runtime 11 and engines for speech recognition and TTS. The programming guide and reference sections contain sample code, and additional samples are available in the folders where you installed the Speech Platform SDK 11.
Contains conceptual information and examples that you can use to add speech to your applications, and includes references for markup language used to create documents for speech recognition and speech synthesis (TTS).
Contains reference documentation for the classes of the managed-code Microsoft.Speech namespaces.
The Microsoft Speech Platform native-code API contains Component Object Model (COM) interfaces that you can program using C++ code to manage the Speech Platform Runtime.
Contains reference manuals for tools that help you to test and optimize your voice applications.
Describes support for processing VoiceXML documents.
Contains reference documentation for the Microsoft.Speech.VoiceXML namespace.