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DUCK : a deDUCtive Keyboard

Abstract : This paper presents the deDUCtive Keyboard (DUCK), aiming to improve text entry for visually impaired users on AZERTY/QWERTY based layout on software keyboards. Relying on a predictive system, DUCK allows rapid text entry without any precision on keyboard hits. A preliminary study with a visually impaired user indicated that usability is improved when compared to a regular virtual keyboard with a vocal feedback.
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Philippe Roussille, Mathieu Raynal, Slim Kammoun, Emmanuel Dubois, Christophe Jouffrais. DUCK : a deDUCtive Keyboard. 3rd International Workshop on Mobile Accessibility (MOBACC 2013), Apr 2013, Paris, France. pp. 1-5. ⟨hal-01212866⟩

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