We need a J2ME MIDP20 voice recognition app for MMAPI compatible devices (Nokia 6600 and others). The engine should recognise short words like "one", "two", "three", "yes","no", etc. It's a closed list. These words are stored in the .JAR file (only the model of each sound) so the engine can compare the user voice input with the stored voice records. If a match is found, the app will display an alert with "You said: XXX" where XXX is the word associated with the record matched. We need a very tiny engine. We require at least a 90% accurate recognition.
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