Translating keyword commands into executable code

@inproceedings{Little2006TranslatingKC,
  title={Translating keyword commands into executable code},
  author={Greg Little and Rob Miller},
  booktitle={UIST},
  year={2006}
}
Modern applications provide interfaces for scripting, but many users do not know how to write script commands. However, many users are familiar with the idea of entering keywords into a web search engine. Hence, if a user is familiar with the vocabulary of an application domain, we anticipate that they could write a set of keywords expressing a command in that domain. For instance, in the web browsing domain, a user might enter <B>click search button</B>. We call expressions of this form… CONTINUE READING
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