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Dasher ’ s One-button Dynamic Mode – Theory and Preliminary Results

@inproceedings{MacKay2006DasherS,
  title={Dasher ’ s One-button Dynamic Mode – Theory and Preliminary Results},
  author={D. MacKay and C. Ball},
  year={2006}
}
  • D. MacKay, C. Ball
  • Published 2006
  • The arithmetic-coding-based communication system, Dasher, can be driven by a single switch. In MacKay et al. (2004), we proposed two versions of one-button Dasher, ‘static’ and ‘dynamic’, aimed at a theoretical model of a user who can click with timing precision g, and who requires a recovery time D between clicks. While developing and testing those two versions we invented a third way of using one button, which we present here. This new dynamic mode, is much simpler than the dynamic mode… CONTINUE READING

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