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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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Michael R Longe, Pim van Meurs: Virtual keyboard system with automatic correction. America Online Incorporated, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, April 18, 2006: US07030863 (172 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an enhanced text entry system which uses word-level analysis to correct inaccuracies automatically in user keystroke entries on reduced-size or virtual keyboards. A method and system are defined which determine one or more alternate textual interpretations of each sequence of inpu ...


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Ethan Robert Bradford, Keith Charles Hullfish, David J Kay, Pim Van Meurs, Michael R Longe: Explicit character filtering of ambiguous text entry. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, May 4, 2010: US07712053 (152 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method and apparatus for explicit filtering in ambiguous text entry. The invention provides embodiments including various explicit text entry methodologies, such as 2-key and long pressing. The invention also provides means for matching words in a database using bu ...


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B Alex Robinson, Michael R Longe, David Jon Kay, Gordon Robert Waddell: Keyboard system with automatic correction. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, February 1, 2011: US07880730 (121 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an enhanced text entry system which determines 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 ke ...


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Michael R Longe, Pim Van Meurs: Virtual keyboard system with automatic correction. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, April 5, 2011: US07920132 (62 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an enhanced text entry system which determines 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 ke ...


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James Stephanick, Richard Eyraud, David Jon Kay, Pim Van Meurs, Ethan Bradford, Michael R Longe: Method and apparatus utilizing voice input to resolve ambiguous manually entered text input. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, May 18, 2010: US07720682 (47 worldwide citation)

From a text entry tool, a digital data processing device receives inherently ambiguous user input. Independent of any other user input, the device interprets the received user input against a vocabulary to yield candidates such as words (of which the user input forms the entire word or part such as ...


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Michael R Longe, Brian Palmer, Keith Charles Hullfish, Doug Brams: Directional input system with automatic correction. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, October 23, 2007: US07286115 (46 worldwide citation)

A system associated with a text entry application, such as email or instant messaging, comprises an optional onscreen representation of a circular keyboard, a list of potential linguistic object matches, and a message area where the selected words are entered. The circular keyboard is manipulated vi ...


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Michael R Longe, Brian Palmer: Chinese character handwriting recognition system. America Online, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, November 29, 2005: US06970599 (38 worldwide citation)

A handwritten Chinese character input method and system is provided to allow users to enter Chinese characters to a data processor by adding less than three strokes and one selection movement such as mouse clicking or stylus or finger tapping. The system is interactive, predictive, and intuitive to ...


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Michael R Longe: Multiple predictions in a reduced keyboard disambiguating system. Tegic Communications, Michael A Glenn, Glenn Patent Group, October 30, 2012: US08299943 (35 worldwide citation)

A computer receives user entry of a sequence of keypresses, representing an intended series of letters collectively spelling-out some or all of a desired textual object. Resolution of the intended series of letters and the desired textual object is ambiguous, however, because some or all of the key ...


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Mark Samuelson, Pim Van Meurs, Michael R Longe: Mobile device retrieval and navigation. Tegic Communications, Chapin IP Law, Barry W Chapin Esq, November 23, 2010: US07840579 (30 worldwide citation)

In one general aspect, information is presented to a user by receiving a first input from a user and structuring the first input as a first stem. A separator is received designating subsequently-received input as a second input. The second input is received and the second input is structured as a se ...