25 April 2006
14:30 - 16:00
Note An intuitive text input method for touch wheels
This paper introduces a method for using language knowledge to improve text entry speed. The method is transparent for the user and does not require any extra user interaction.
Note A New Error Metric for Alphabetically Constrained Keypad Designs with Extended Character Sets
Describes a new metric for text entry error analysis that uses the complete keypress input stream. Can assist designers in better understanding how users input text using a given interface.
Note Text Entry Using a Dual Joystick Game Controller
Presents a new bimanual text entry technique designed for today's dual-joystick game controllers. The technique is readily learnable and provides strong performance benefits over traditional onscreen selection keyboards.
Paper Trackball Text Entry for People with Motor Impairments [CHI Best Paper]
Presents a novel text entry method designed specifically for trackballs. Helps motor-impaired users to enter text with mnemonic, Roman-like gestures significantly faster than with on-screen keyboards.
Note Few-key Text Entry Revisited: Mnemonic Gestures on Four Keys
Presents a gestural text entry method that uses only four keys, and compares it to predominant few-key methods. Has implications for mobile device design, mobile text entry, and wearable computing.
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