Sv: New input method demo!
shannon.timothy at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 20:37:06 CET 2007
As I understand it, they just use an algorithm to build the probability
engine, and they've just fed it many books so it could learn the natural
probabilities in the English language. So while they may not get you their
exact probability statistics, the idea of the program is that it can learn
your own probability of words.
I'm sure you could feed it old emails or something to give it a feel for how
On 10/29/07, Oliver <embry00s at gmail.com> wrote:
> Tjenare Lars!
> I think a good place to find such information is the Dasher project. (
> http://www.inference.phy.cam.ac.uk/dasher/ ) They use a probabalistic
> model to make another alternative input device, using the same sort of
> statistics that you need. The project is open source, so even though the
> stats may not be available on the site (even though they probably are) you
> should just need to ask for them.
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