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Telepresence pp 350-366 | Cite as

Concept 2010 — Bt’s New Generation Dealing Desk

  • D J T Heatley
  • I B Cockburn
  • F T Lyne
  • A K Williamson
  • K J Fisher
  • I Neild
  • N Haque
Part of the BT Telecommunications Series book series (BTTS, volume 16)

Abstract

Today’s wholesale finance sector relies heavily on state-of-the-art telecommunications to conduct business in an efficient and competitive manner. This is particularly evident in the trading community where deals are won or lost on the strength of the information that traders can access electronically across the globe, and the speed and effectiveness with which they can act on that information.

Keywords

Speech Recognition Speech Synthesis Flat Panel Display Information Agent Speech Synthesis System 
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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • D J T Heatley
  • I B Cockburn
  • F T Lyne
  • A K Williamson
  • K J Fisher
  • I Neild
  • N Haque

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