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PHONE SLAVE: A GRAPHICAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE

@inproceedings{Schmandt1985PHONESA,
  title={PHONE SLAVE: A GRAPHICAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS INTERFACE},
  author={C. Schmandt and B. Arons},
  year={1985}
}
A personalized integrated telecommunications management system is described; it is composed of both graphical and audio interfaces to a number of telecommunication utilities. This approach utilizes a general purpose computer with a color display and speech-processing board to function as a conversational answering machine, voice or text electronic mail terminal, and on-line telephone directory with repertory dialing. 
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