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a system of terms used by a people sharing a history and culture

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

Synonyms for language

the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number

the cognitive processes involved in producing and understanding linguistic communication

the mental faculty or power of vocal communication

a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline

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This innovative search capability will enable podcast enthusiasts to sample relevant audio snippets using Spoken Word Indexing(TM) prior to subscribing to the podcast.
While listening to strings of spoken words, only women with colored hearing synesthesia showed pronounced activity in a part of the visual system known to orchestrate color identification, there searchers say.
Nuance Vocalizer converts text in a database -- such as an airline's flight schedule or account balance information -- into spoken words, allowing companies to automate the delivery of dynamic information over the phone.
The Spanish company already offers customers a system that recognizes the spoken words "uno," "dos," "tres," and so on, allowing someone using a dial telephone to make the same kinds of choices possible on a push-bottom phone.
mobile phones, PDAs, consumer electronic goods or any device where the spoken word is employed) to greatly improve communication or automatic speech recognition (ASR) performance," stated Dr.
Until now, the award for best performance by a computer able to understand spoken words has gone to systems trained to recognize a particular individual's voice.
COHM's speech recognition engine recognizes spoken words, in single and multiple word spotting, including translation of spoken word commands returned with text to speech.
There is also evidence, he notes, that the right hemisphere can process nonspoken language and may have access to the meaning of spoken words.