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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
Jennifer Manko & Gregory D. Abowd GVU Center & College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA
+1 404 894 7512
jmanko @cc.gatech.edu, abowd@cc.gatech.edu
http: www.cc.gatech.edu fce pendragon
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 e orts to improve recognition rates, a certain
amount of error will never be removed. Suitable re-
search e orts should attend to the problem of correc-
tion techniques for these error prone techniques. Hu-
mans have developed countless ways to correct errors
in understanding or clarify ambiguous statements. It is
timefor interface designers to focus on ways for comput-
ers to do the same. We present a survey of the design,

  

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

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences