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資訊系統與應用研究所
[Jan-23] Computational Approach to Input Method Design and A Survival Guide for PhD Students in the USA

Seminar of Institute of Information Systems and Applications

Speaker :

Yu-Hao Lin

Ph.D student in Computer Science department at Stony Brook University

Topic1 :

 

Topic2 :

Computational Approach to Input Method Design

智慧型裝置之輸入法計算型研究路線

A Survival Guide for PhD Students in the USA

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Date :

14:00-16:00 Tuesday 23-Jan-2018

Place :

台達館R615Delta Building R615

Host :

Prof. Jason S. Chang

Abstract:

In the post-PC era designing input methods become a challenging task. 

Most post-PC devices such as smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, VR HMDs

does not allow conventional input scheme via physical keyboards. 

In this talk we introduce several input method design for these post-PC devices.

In addition, we'll go through main ideas of how these input systems work, with emphasize

in modeling user behavior and applying user behavior models to optimizing our input methods.

 

Biography:

Yu-Hao Lin is a second year Ph.D student in Computer Science department at Stony Brook University.

His research interest is in Human Computer Interaction, Computer Graphics and Natural Language Processing.

Currently he's working under supervision of Prof. Xiaojun Bi. In the past he got bachelor degree in 

National Chiao Tung University and received his M.Sc. at National Tsing Hua University under 

supervision of Prof. Jason. S Chang.

All faculties and students are welcome to join.

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