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William A S Buxton, Gordon P Kurtenbach: Graphical keyboard. Xerox Corporation, Townsend & Townsend Crew, July 25, 2000: US06094197 (312 worldwide citation)

A system and method for a graphical keyboard that benefits from the expressive power and intuitive ease of use associated with pen strokes and gestures, yet does not require complex character-recognition software. The graphical keyboard responds differently to different kinds of pen strokes. For exa ...


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Shumin Zhai, Per Ola Kristensson: System and method for issuing commands based on pen motions on a graphical keyboard. International Business Machines Corporation, Shimokaji & Associates P C, February 3, 2009: US07487461 (102 worldwide citation)

A command pattern recognition system based on a virtual keyboard layout combines pattern recognition with a virtual, graphical, or on-screen keyboard to provide a command control method with relative ease of use. The system allows the user conveniently issue commands on pen-based computing or commun ...


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Buxton William A S, Kurtenbach Gordon P: An improved graphical keyboard.. Xerox, June 28, 1995: EP0660218-A1 (23 worldwide citation)

A system and method for a graphical keyboard that benefits from the expressive power and intuitive ease of use associated with pen strokes and gestures, yet does not require complex character-recognition software. The graphical keyboard responds differently to different kinds of pen strokes. For exa ...


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Shumin Zhai, Yu Ouyang, Ken Wakasa, Satoshi Kataoka: Incremental multi-word recognition. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, April 15, 2014: US08701032 (22 worldwide citation)

In one example, a computing device includes at least one processor that is operatively coupled to a presence-sensitive display and a gesture module operable by the at least one processor. The gesture module may be operable by the at least one processor to output, for display at the presence-sensitiv ...


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Xiaojun Bi, Yu Ouyang, Shumin Zhai: Partial gesture text entry. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, September 30, 2014: US08850350 (18 worldwide citation)

A graphical keyboard including a number of keys is output for display at a display device. The computing device receives an indication of a gesture to select at least two of the keys based at least in part on detecting an input unit at locations of a presence-sensitive input device. In response to t ...


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Bouchard Richard J, Sanders William R: Graphical keyboard operated display device. Sanders Associates, May 1, 1973: US3731299 (16 worldwide citation)

Graphical display apparatus in which an operator can display on a cathode ray tube (CRT) screen in real time graphical images by operating a graphical keyboard. The graphical keyboard has keys which are designated by differently sloped ones of a group of incremental line segments. The graphical keyb ...


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Yu Ouyang, Shumin Zhai, Ciprian Ioan Chelba, Xiaojun Bi, Satoshi Kataoka, Ken Wakasa, Keisuke Kuroyanagi: Incremental feature-based gesture-keyboard decoding. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, July 15, 2014: US08782549 (12 worldwide citation)

In one example, a method includes outputting, at a presence-sensitive display operatively coupled to a computing device, a graphical keyboard comprising a plurality of keys and receiving an indication of a gesture to select a group of keys of the plurality of keys. The method may further include det ...


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Shumin Zhai, Xiaojun Bi, Yu Ouyang: Incremental multi-touch gesture recognition. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, April 28, 2015: US09021380 (9 worldwide citation)

In one example, a method comprises outputting, by a computing device and for display at an output device, a graphical keyboard comprising a plurality of keys, and receiving, by the computing device, an indication of a multi-touch gesture detected at a presence-sensitive display, the multi-touch gest ...


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Yu Ouyang, Shumin Zhai: Feature-based autocorrection. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, April 29, 2014: US08713433 (7 worldwide citation)

A computing device is described that outputs for display at a presence-sensitive screen, a graphical keyboard having keys. The computing device receives an indication of a selection of one or more of the keys. Based on the selection the computing device determines a character string from which the c ...


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Fan Yu, Huanjun Bao: Displaying a graphical keyboard. Google, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, August 6, 2013: US08504934 (7 worldwide citation)

In general, this disclosure describes techniques for providing a mechanism for facilitating text entry by a user interacting with a graphical keyboard displayed at a presence-sensitive screen of a computing device. For example, a computing device having a presence-sensitive screen and a housing, the ...