Increasing text-entry usability in mobile devices for languages used in Europe

  title={Increasing text-entry usability in mobile devices for languages used in Europe},
  author={Martin B{\"o}cker and Bruno von Niman and Karl Ivar Larsson},
/ s e p t e m b e r + o c t o b e r 2 0 0 6 : / 30 TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICES CURRENTLY REPRESENT one of the largest global consumer product segments. As telecommunications devices and services converge with technologies such as information processing, broadcast services and the Internet, while at the same time becoming mobile and ubiquitous, the usability of these devices and services becomes a critical factor in service uptake. One of the most challenging aspects of mobile-device usability is… Expand
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