PhoningHome

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Phoning Home Sean Powers Florida Institute of Technology ECE 5525 Final: Dr. Veton Kepuska Date: 07 December 2010 Controlling your household appliances through conversation.
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Agenda Problem Statement How it works System Architecture Future Works Demonstration Questions
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Problem Statement Imagine you were to leave your house in a hurry because you were running late to work, had to pick up your kids from school or any other reason and you forgot to turn off the stove. You remember three blocks away and you do not have the time to turn around. You then dial a phone number that is assigned to your house and ask your house to turn the stove off for you. Your house confirms the stove will be turned off and you are now relived you won’t come home to a potential fire. This is the essence of the Phoning Home system.
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How it works Phoning Home is broken into four main components. The Voice over IP (VOIP) server which forwards the phone speech and uses text to speech (TTS) to speak to the user. The Phoning Home web services which handles the communication for all Phoning Home households. The
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course ECE 5525 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at FIT.

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