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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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Clifford A Kushler, Jin Bong Kim: Reduced keyboard disambiguating system for the Korean language. Tegic Communication, Christensen Johnson & Kindess PLLC O Connor, August 31, 1999: US05945928 (148 worldwide citation)

A reduced keyboard disambiguating system for the Korean language using word-level disambiguation to resolve ambiguities in keystrokes. A plurality of letters are assigned to each of a plurality of data keys, so that keystrokes on these keys are ambiguous. A user may enter a keystroke sequence wherei ...


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King Martin T, Grover Dale L, Kushler Clifford A, Grunbock Cheryl A: Reduced keyboard disambiguating system. Tegic Communications, CULIC Mary L, July 30, 1998: WO/1998/033111 (38 worldwide citation)

A reduced keyboard disambiguating system (50). The keyboard (54) has twelve keys (56, 60, 62, 64), 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 delimi ...


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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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King Martin T, Grover Dale L, Kushler Clifford A, Grunbock Cheryl A: Reduced keyboard disambiguating system. Tegic Communications, November 13, 2002: EP1256871-A2 (24 worldwide citation)

A reduced keyboard disambiguating system (50). The keyboard (54) has twelve keys (56, 60, 62, 64), 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 delimi ...


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Flinchem Edward P, Grover Dale L, Grunbock Cheryl, King Martin T, Klushler Clifford A: Reduced keyboard disambiguating system. Tegic Communications, October 9, 2002: EP1248183-A2 (11 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" ...