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David Kay, Erland Unruh, Gaurav Tandon: Spell-check for a keyboard system with automatic correction. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, June 12, 2012: US08201087 (33 worldwide citation)

An adaptation of standard edit distance spell-check algorithms leverages probability-based regional auto-correction algorithms and data structures for ambiguous keypads and other predictive text input systems to provide enhanced typing correction and spell-check features. Strategies for optimization ...


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Ethan R Bradford, David J Kay, Michael Longe, Pim Van Meurs, Gaurav Tandon: Contextual prediction of user words and user actions. Nuance Communications, Michael A Glenn, Perkins Coie, January 20, 2015: US08938688 (12 worldwide citation)

An operating sequence for a handheld computing device manages the device to automatically detect cues describing the device's environmental and user actions performed with the device, learn which cues and cue combinations are relevant to predict user actions, and then in response to occurrence of th ...


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David Kay, Erland Unruh, Gaurav Tandon: Spell-check for a keyboard system with automatic correction. NUANCE COMMUNICATIONS, Michael A Glenn, Perkins Coie, July 28, 2015: US09092419

An adaptation of standard edit distance spell-check algorithms leverages probability-based regional auto-correction algorithms and data structures for ambiguous keypads and other predictive text input systems to provide enhanced typing correction and spell-check features. Strategies for optimization ...


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Ethan R Bradford, David J Kay, Michael Longe, Pim Van Meurs, Gaurav Tandon: Contextual prediction of user words and user actions. NUANCE COMMUNICATIONS, Perkins Coie, April 18, 2017: US09626355

An operating sequence for a handheld computing device manages the device to automatically detect cues describing the device's environmental and user actions performed with the device, learn which cues and cue combinations are relevant to predict user actions, and then in response to occurrence of th ...


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Gaurav Tandon: Learner for resource constrained devices. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, August 6, 2013: US08504606

Methods, apparatuses, and articles for registering votes to predict an attribute value for a received instance are described herein. In one embodiment, the registering is performed in a weighted manner based at least on a weight and predicted target values associated with at least one of one or more ...


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Ethan R Bradford, David J Kay, Michael Longe, Pim Van Meurs, Gaurav Tandon: Contextual Prediction of User Words and User Actions. Tegic Communications, Glenn Patent Group, November 2, 2006: US20060247915-A1

An operating sequence for a handheld computing device manages the device to automatically detect cues describing the device's environmental and user actions performed with the device, learn which cues and cue combinations are relevant to predict user actions, and then in response to occurrence of th ...


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Gaurav Tandon: Learner for resource constrained devices. Tegic Communications, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC, Pacwest Center Suite 1900, May 10, 2007: US20070106785-A1

Methods, apparatuses, and articles for registering votes to predict an attribute value for a received instance are described herein. In one embodiment, the registering is performed in a weighted manner based at least on a weight and predicted target values associated with at least one of one or more ...


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David Kay, Erland Unruh, Gaurav Tandon: Spell-check for a keyboard system with automatic correction. Glenn Patent Group, August 7, 2008: US20080189605-A1

An adaptation of standard edit distance spell-check algorithms leverages probability-based regional auto-correction algorithms and data structures for ambiguous keypads and other predictive text input systems to provide enhanced typing correction and spell-check features. Strategies for optimization ...


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David KAY, Erland Unruh, Gaurav Tandon: Spell-check for a keyboard system with automatic correction. October 4, 2012: US20120254744-A1

An adaptation of standard edit distance spell-check algorithms leverages probability-based regional auto-correction algorithms and data structures for ambiguous keypads and other predictive text input systems to provide enhanced typing correction and spell-check features. Strategies for optimization ...