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The usability of text entry systems now and in the future

Clawson, James and Brewster, Stephen and Dunlop, Mark and Kristensson, Per Ola and Isokoski, Poika and Oulasvirta, Antti and Vertanen, Keith and Waller, Annalu (2014) The usability of text entry systems now and in the future. In: CHI '14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, New York, pp. 1139-1142. ISBN 9781450324748

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Abstract

Text entry is an active and growing research domain. Our SIG serves three purposes. First, to strengthen the text entry community by bringing text entry researchers working in the human-computer interaction, natural language processing and augmentative and alternative communication communities together in one room. Second, to promote CHI as a natural and compelling focal point for all kinds of text entry research. Third, to follow-up on and broaden the discussions that emerged from two previous text entry workshops held at CHI [3, 4] by engaging in dialog to identify obstacles for success and formalizing procedures for measuring progress in the field of text entry.