Scanning methods and language modeling for binary switch typing

@inproceedings{Roark2010ScanningMA,
  title={Scanning methods and language modeling for binary switch typing},
  author={Brian Roark and Jacques Villiers and Chris Gibbons and Melanie Fried-Oken},
  booktitle={SLPAT@NAACL},
  year={2010}
}
We present preliminary experiments of a binary-switch, static-grid typing interface making use of varying language model contributions. Our motivation is to quantify the degree to which language models can make the simplest scanning interfaces -- such as showing one symbol at a time rather than a scanning a grid -- competitive in terms of typing speed. We present a grid scanning method making use of optimal Huffman binary codes, and demonstrate the impact of higher order language models on its… CONTINUE READING

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