Sunday 21st of January 2018

A speech recognition based approach for development in C++

Mubbashir Ayub and Muhammad Asjad Saleem

Software development using programming languages requires keyboard for input and all programming languages are mostly text oriented. This text oriented nature of programming languages is a barrier to persons suffering from arms disability. A person having brilliant mind and potential for programming skills, but suffering from arm injuries or being disabled could not become a programmer. To be a good developer a human must memorize the syntax and keywords of a programming language. In our research work we propose a methodology for C++ programming language where a programmer will speak and code in C++ will be written accordingly. Structure of special program constructs will also be created simultaneously.

Keywords: Automatic speech recognitions, Speech API, Shared Recognizer, Object Tokens, Text to Speech

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Mubbashir Ayub
Mubbashir Ayub received his B.Sc. degree in Software Engineering from University of Engineering & Technology Taxila, Pakistan in 2007. Currently he is enrolled in M.Sc degree of Software Engineering and also serving as Lecturer in the same University in the department of Software Engineering. His areas of interests are Speech Recognition, Software Design & Architecture and Software Testing.

Muhammad Asjad Saleem
Engr. Raja M. Asjad Saleem did his Bachelors in Software Engineering from University of Engineering & Technology Taxila and Masters in Computer Engineering from the same in 2005 and 2009 respectively. His areas of interest are Software Specification and Design, Information Systems and Engineering Management. Engr. Raja has over 05 years teaching and research experience in University of Engineering and Technology Taxila. He has worked in different domains of technology including Computer Networks, Wireless Security. He is planning to pursue his PhD studies from a foreign university.

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