A lightweight multistroke recognizer for user interface prototypes

@inproceedings{Anthony2010ALM,
  title={A lightweight multistroke recognizer for user interface prototypes},
  author={Lisa Anthony and Jacob O. Wobbrock},
  booktitle={Graphics Interface},
  year={2010}
}
With the expansion of penand touch-based computing, new user interface prototypes may incorporate stroke gestures. Many gestures comprise multiple strokes, but building state-of-the-art multistroke gesture recognizers is nontrivial and time-consuming. Luckily, user interface prototypes often do not require state-ofthe-art recognizers that are general and maintainable, due to the simpler nature of most user interface gestures. To enable easy incorporation of multistroke recognition in user… CONTINUE READING
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