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Combining different spaces in AFL

  In general, the output device may consist of any number of speech and non-speech components, each of which is a named component of the audio formatter. Individual components provide operators for moving in the space, etc., as described in the sections on the individual component spaces. In this section, we describe how these component spaces are combined to form the total audio space. The AFL block and assignment statements, which have been described in the context of a single component, will now be extended to work in the total audio space.

TV Raman
Thu Mar 9 20:10:41 EST 1995