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Dale L Grover, Martin T King, Clifford A Kushler: Reduced keyboard disambiguating computer. Tegic Communications, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness PLLC, October 6, 1998: US05818437 (565 worldwide citation)

A reduced keyboard disambiguating computer. The keyboard has twelve keys, nine of them labeled with numerous letters and other symbols, and those nine plus one more are labeled each with one of the ten digits. Textual entry keystrokes are ambiguous. The user strikes a delimiting "select" key at the ...


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, Cheryl A Grunbock: Disambiguating system for disambiguating ambiguous input sequences by displaying objects associated with the generated input sequences in the order of decreasing frequency of use. Tegic Communications, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness PLLC, September 14, 1999: US05953541 (528 worldwide citation)

A reduced keyboard disambiguating system. The keyboard has twelve keys, nine of them labeled with numerous letters and other symbols, and those nine plus one more are labeled each with one of the ten digits. Textual entry keystrokes are ambiguous. The user strikes a delimiting "Select" key at the en ...


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Edward P Flinchem, Dale Grover, Cheryl Grunbock, Martin T King, Clifford A Kushler: Reduced keyboard disambiguating system. Tegic Communications, Christensen O&apos Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, October 23, 2001: US06307548 (427 worldwide citation)

A reduced keyboard disambiguating system. The keyboard has twelve to sixteen keys, nine of them labeled with numerous letters and other symbols, and those nine plus one more are associated each with one of the ten digits. Textual entry keystrokes are ambiguous. The user strikes a delimiting “Select” ...


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, Cheryl A Grunbock: Reduced keyboard and method for simultaneous ambiguous and unambiguous text input. Tegic Communications, Christensen O&apos Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, September 4, 2001: US06286064 (404 worldwide citation)

A reduced keyboard disambiguating system. The keyboard has twelve keys, nine of them labeled with numerous letters and other symbols, and those nine plus one more are labeled each with one of the ten digits. Textual entry keystrokes are ambiguous. The user strikes a delimiting “Select” key at the en ...


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Martin T King, Dale L Grover, Clifford A Kushler, Cheryl A Grunbock: Reduced keyboard disambiguating system. Tegic Communications, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness PLLC, January 4, 2000: US06011554 (326 worldwide citation)

A reduced keyboard disambiguating system (50) having a keyboard (54) with a reduced number of keys. A plurality of letters and symbols are assigned to a set of data keys (56) so that keystrokes entered by a user are ambiguous. Due to the ambiguity in each keystroke, an entered keystroke sequence cou ...


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Michael Longé, Richard Eyraud, Keith C Hullfish: Multimodal disambiguation of speech recognition. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, February 1, 2011: US07881936 (250 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a speech recognition system combined with one or more alternate input modalities to ensure efficient and accurate text input. The speech recognition system achieves less than perfect accuracy due to limited processing power, environmental noise, and/or natural variatio ...


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B Alex Robinson, Michael R Longe: Keyboard system with automatic correction. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, October 2, 2007: US07277088 (233 worldwide citation)

A method and system are defined which determine one or more alternate textual interpretations of each sequence of inputs detected within a designated auto-correcting keyboard region. The actual contact locations for the keystrokes may occur outside the boundaries of the specific keyboard key regions ...


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David Jon Kay, Ethan R Bradford, Pim van Meurs, Peter C Peddie: Contextual prediction of user words and user actions. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, March 16, 2010: US07679534 (181 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns user entry of information into a system with an input device. A scheme is provided in which an entire word that a user wants to enter is predicted after the user enters a specific symbol, such as a space character. If the user presses an ambiguous key thereafter, rather than a ...


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Michael Longé, Richard Eyraud, Keith C Hullfish: Multimodal disambiguation of speech recognition. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, January 10, 2012: US08095364 (172 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a speech recognition system combined with one or more alternate input modalities to ensure efficient and accurate text input. The speech recognition system achieves less than perfect accuracy due to limited processing power, environmental noise, and/or natural variatio ...