An illustrated guide to aircraft markings by Barry C. Wheeler

By Barry C. Wheeler

"Colors and codes worn by way of the warplanes of greater than a hundred air forces around the globe ... glossy foreign strive against camouflage schemes, nationwide insignia and critical unit markings."

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It then reports back to the caller brief details of the patient in most urgent need. The caller can ask for more information or can request details of the next most urgent case. During this stage of the exchange the system holds in store the telephone numbers of the centres reported on, and at the end of the call it offers to play back to the caller the list of phone numbers. This is a simplified description of a highly sophisticated system which has become a major resource in the USA since it went on-line in 1983.

3 ~. -. '1":1 ~oQ. THE SCOPE FOR SPEECH TECHNOLOGY 43 updated. The user can have up to 15 minutes of access time, during which he can use the telephonE;- keypad to enter three-character identifiers for the locations covered by weather reports, and for the route weather information given in 'Transcribed Weather Enroute Broadcasts' - TWEBs. Information supplied covers hourly surface observations, terminal forecasts, winds and temperatures aloft, convective significant meteorological conditions, severe weather forecast alerts, as well as the TWEBs.

With the new system the doctor can name the available organ and hear a much shorter list including essential requirements such as blood group in each case. The system first checks whether the caller has a DTMF telephone by asking for a number 1 to be entered. If there is no tone signal it switches to speaker-dependent recognition, going through a brief training routine, asking the caller to speak the digits one to nine, 'yes' and 'no'. The remaining 'conversation' is carried on entirely with this vocabulary or with the keypad.

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