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Error Correction Techniques for Handwriting, Speech, and other ambiguous or error prone systems
 

Summary: Error Correction Techniques for Handwriting, Speech, and
other ambiguous or error prone systems
ABSTRACT
Interfaces which support natural inputs such as hand­
writing and speech are becoming more prevalent and
this is a desirable trend. However, these recognition­
based interface techniques are error prone. Despite re­
search efforts to improve recognition rates, a certain
amount of error will never be removed. Suitable re­
search efforts should attend to the problem of correction
techniques for these error prone techniques. Humans
have developed countless ways to correct errors in un­
derstanding or clarify ambiguous statements. It is time
for interface designers to focus on ways for computers
to do the same. We present a survey of a new area
of user interface research ---the design, implementation,
and study of interfaces for correcting error prone input
technologies. We ground the definition of this research
topic in previous work by others and our own research
into flexible pen­based note­taking environments.

  

Source: Abowd, Gregory D. - College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences