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Extensible MultiModal Annotation language (EMMA) is intended as a data format for the interface between input processors and interaction management systems, defining the means for recognizers to annotate application specific data with information such as confidence scores, time stamps, input mode (e.g. key strokes, speech or pen), alternative recognition hypotheses, and partial recognition results.

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