Paul Haiduk

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This paper introduces a text entry application for users with physical disabilities who cannot utilize a manual keyboard. The system allows the user to enter text hands-free, with the help of "Non-verbal Vocal Input" (e.g., humming or whistling). To keep the number of input sounds small, an ambiguous keyboard is used. As the user makes a sequence of sounds,(More)
I am a Ph.D. dropout. In 1971, I left the University of Texas (UT) at Austin at the dissertation stage because of the financial constraints of having a young family. During my stay at UT, my interests changed from the study of Finance to Computer Science. I taught at Drake University in CIS and later at West Texas State University before taking my current(More)
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