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The pen-gesture is recognized by an angular pattern recognizer. Otherwise, the user waits until the graphical pie menu is revealed and navigates the pie menu to the desired menu item. In marking menus there is a distinction between navigation and specification. In the first case the user is performing a navigation task when traversing a pie menu structure. In the second case the user is performing a pen-gesture specification. In the latter case the underlying structure is flat. For example, if the pie menu contains 40 menu items, the pattern recognizer must be able to recognize 40 different pen- 30 Discrete and Continuous Shape Writing for Text Entry and Control gestures.
21. The alternate word candidates for the user’s pen-gesture are displayed immediately in close vicinity to the software keyboard. The mobile phone implementation remembers the alternate words for a fixed set of outputted words. In the current implementation this buffer can hold 200 alternate words. When the user changes position of the system text caret the continuous shape writing system automatically retrieves the alternate words for the word at the text caret. Therefore the user does not need to constantly scan the list of alternatives for every word entry.
Two new sets of keyboard key designs are introduced. The first new key is the quad-key that contains four different keys. The second new key is the split-key that contains two different keys split along the diagonal. The new keys are introduced to avoid the user having to initially press SHIFT to reach common keys. The simple motivation is that one Fitts’ law task with a smaller target width is faster than two Fitts’ law tasks with larger target widths (within limits) [Fitts, 1954]. Since Fitts’ law predicts slower response times on smaller target widths less frequently used letter keys are grouped into split- Continuous Shape Writing 33 keys.
Discrete and continuous shape writing for text entry and control by Per Ola Kristensson.