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Unlike the standard typewriter keyboard, keying on a chord keyboard is carried out by simultaneous patterned pressing of one or more keys. This results in fewer keys being needed on a chord keyboard when compared with a sequential keyboard, where keys are pressed one at a time. For example, five keys allow a total of 31 (2(5) - 1) different chord(More)
This mainly speculative paper describes the activities of the Discovery in Design (DiD): Peoplecentred Computational Issues (DiD) Cluster which has been established under the UK AHRC and EPSRC ‘Design for the 21 st Century’ Initiative (D21C). The objectives of this initiative are to promote the formation of new communities of design researchers,(More)
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