Keylekh: a keyboard for text entry in indic scripts

  title={Keylekh: a keyboard for text entry in indic scripts},
  author={Anirudha Joshi and Ashish Ganu and Aditya Chand and Vikram Parmar and Gaurav Mathur},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
Typing in an Indian language is currently not an easy task. Significant training is required before one can achieve an acceptable speed and only professional typists make the investment. Part of the complexity arises due to the structure of Indic scripts and large number of characters in each script. Solutions to input text in Indic languages have been around for a while, but none of these are usable enough to emerge as the de-facto standard. Here we describe the design of a new keyboard based… CONTINUE READING
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