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In embodiments of prediction-based touch contact tracking, touch input sensor data is recognized as a series of components of a contact on a touch-screen display. A first component of the contact can be identified, and a second component can be determined to correlate to the contact. The first component and the second component can then be associated to represent a tracking of the contact. Subsequent components of the contact can be determined and associated with the previous components of the contact to further represent the tracking of the contact.

Title
Prediction-based touch contact tracking
Application Number
13/152991
Publication Number
9542092 (B2)
Application Date
June 3, 2011
Publication Date
January 10, 2017
Inventor
John L Miller
Redmond
WA, US
Hrvoje Benko
Seattle
WA, US
Aleksandar Uzelac
Seattle
WA, US
David A Stevens
Sammamish
WA, US
Weidong Zhao
Redmond
WA, US
Agent
Micky Minhas
Dan Choi
Timothy Churna
Assignee
Microsoft Technology Licensing
WA, US
IPC
G06F 3/0488
G06F 3/041
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