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An Error-Correcting Keyboard

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What if your computer keyboard automatically fixed your typing errors?

This talk presents some early results of a work in progress. The system attempts to correct spelling errors by (a) learning a language model for text entry and (b) learning a user’s typing patterns. These models are used to predict the key that the user intended to press given his typing history and the key that he actually pressed. If the intended key is much more probable than the actual key, a correction is made.

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