The Canadian company Research In Motion (RIM) has issued a patent that will allow users to quickly write by developing a keyboard that guesses the next word to be written, based on the context of what has been written or in your discretion.
This is a patent that RIM has not neglected the security. Proof of this is that this technology does not allow predictions show the password input by the user.
The names of the discoverers of this patent have been published on the website of United States Patent, where you have released the creators of it: Fux, Vadim (Waterloo, CA), Elizarov, Michael G., Kolomiets, Sergey V.(Waterloo, CA). The same site also made public the data from the company that has been assigned (RIM), the number Appl. (13/101, 507) and the filing date (May 5, 2011).
The device in question includes a reduced QWERTY keyboard and is enabled with the “disambiguation software” or prediction logic of the text.The performance of this device is based largely on the frequency, although several features of the device also provide additional variants that are not based solely on the frequency but are provided by logical structures that reside on the device.
The redevelopment of the Canadian company enables editing during text production and also provides a learning function that allows the function of “disambiguation” or predictive text to offer a personalized experience for the user.
The disambiguation function can be disabled as well, the device can facilitate the selection of variants by clicking the “Next” button on the keyboard that allows the user to progressively select variants without changing the position of the user’s hands on the device.
The method of prediction logic text that developers have relied on the keyboard patented by RIM also has a memory having large plurality of words and values associated frequency stored therein.
As they explain on the website of U.S. patents, software start receiving predictive text input and then determine what portion of the text input includes ambiguous. Then be identified within the device memory, the set of words matched with those used in the ambiguous text input. This is the process which the RIM keyboard to predict writing of its users.