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Robert B O&apos Dell: Text input system for ideographic and nonideographic languages. ZI Technology Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, October 5, 2004: US06801659 (139 worldwide citation)

Beginning with the first letter or stroke, this invention uses the relative frequency of the sequential groups of letters or strokes from which individual words or characters are gradually built in order to provide a better way of computer indexing languages for easier and more efficient access to b ...


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O Dell Robert B: Text input system for ideographic and nonideographic languages. O Dell Robert B, ATTAYA Michael E, July 13, 2000: WO/2000/041062

Beginning with the first letter or stroke, this invention uses the relative frequency of the sequential groups of letters or strokes from which individual words or characters are gradually built in order to provide a better way of computer indexing languages for easier and more efficient access to b ...


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O& 039, Dell Robert B: Text input system for ideographic and nonideographic languages. Dell Robert B O, October 17, 2001: EP1145102-A2

Beginning with the first letter or stroke, this invention uses the relative frequency of the sequential groups of letters or strokes from which individual words or characters are gradually built in order to provide a better way of computer indexing languages for easier and more efficient access to b ...


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Robert B O& 39, Dell: Text input system for ideographic and nonideographic languages. Ziyon Technology, jiang lilou, February 27, 2002: CN00802290

Beginning with the first letter or stroke, this invention uses the relative frequency of the sequential groups of letters or strokes from which individual words or characters are gradually built in order to provide a better way of computer indexing languages for easier and more efficient access to b ...


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Odell Robert B: Text input system for ideographic and nonideographic languages. Zi Technology Corporation, November 14, 2001: KR1020017008525

Beginning with the first letter or stroke, this invention uses the relative frequency of the sequential groups of letters or strokes from which individual words or characters are gradually built in order to provide a better way of computer indexing languages for easier and more efficient access to b ...