Effective Spelling Correction for Eye-based Typing using domain-specific Information about Error Distribution

Abstract

Spelling correction methods, widely used and researched, usually assume a low error probability and a small number of errors per word. These assumptions do not hold in very noisy input scenarios such as eye-based typing systems. In particular for eye typing, insertion errors are much more common than in traditional input systems, due to specific sources of… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2983323.2983838

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@inproceedings{Hanada2016EffectiveSC, title={Effective Spelling Correction for Eye-based Typing using domain-specific Information about Error Distribution}, author={Ra{\'i}za Hanada and Maria da Graça Campos Pimentel and Marco Cristo and Fernando Anglada Lores}, booktitle={CIKM}, year={2016} }