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The dynamic grammar is the largest component of the recognition space.
It is always considerably larger than the total number of users, groups, facilities, AP locations, and contacts, because it also includes all the possible alternates. In some situations, you explicitly add alternate names yourself, such as when you enter the plural name of a group. In other cases, the system itself automatically adds them, such as the spellings of a user name.
For example, each user you enter in the system adds a minimum of four spoken names to the dynamic grammar, and possibly as many as thirteen names, as follows:
The user name itself (Call Patrick Curtis)
The spelling of the user's first name (Call P-A-T-R-I-C-K)
The spelling of the user's last name (Call C-U-R-T-I-S)
The spelling of the user's combined first and last names (Call P-A-T-R-I-C-K-C-U-R-T-I-S)
The first name, last name, and department, if the associated field on the System|Preferences page is selected (Call Patrick Curtis in Managers)
The first name and department, if the associated field on the System|Preferences page is selected (Call Patrick in Managers)
The three alternate spoken names on the Speech Recognition page of the Add/Edit User dialog, if specified (Call Pat Curtis)
The spellings of each of the alternate spoken names, if specified (Call P-A-T-C-U-R-T-I-S)
The identifying phrase on the Speech Recognition page of the Add/Edit User dialog, if specified (Call Patrick Curtis in the basement)
Similarly, groups, facilities, AP locations, contacts entries can all potentially have alternate names. The following table summarizes the impact of each database entry on the recognition space:
|Database Entry||Minimum Spoken Names||Maximum Spoken Names|