1. AC Question's Avatar
    We are developing an app on an android smart watch for a production environment. The environment may have a significant amount of ambient noise which we have found can interfere with the correct interpretation of our commands. Since we only want a limited number of commands to be supported, can we somehow "force" the voice recognition to one of those phrases?
    For example, we want to support some action when the user says "show next". But in our environment, "show next" is often interpreted as "sonax" which has essentially a 0% chance of being what the user actually said. If all we want to know is, "Did the user say 'show next' or 'update'?" can we limit the voice recognition to return one of those two phrases? Maybe some kind of likelihood or nearness calculation? Something such that "sonax" or "so neck" or "show not" are recognized to be closer to "show next" than they are to "update" and thus "show next" was the intended phrase because there is no reason for anything else.
    05-18-2016 12:10 PM
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    Welcome to Android Central! If you could please sign up on our site, when your question is answered you will receive a notification and not have to search for it later. It would also give you the ability to help and share your own knowledge with other guest! We have a nice developer area that you could get help in and possibly contribute to!

    05-18-2016 01:13 PM

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