This chapter explores the application of predictive techniques
human-computer interface. If a machine could predict what actions a
computer user was about to take, it could perform them automatically,
thereby reducing the amount of manual input required. This has proven
to be particularly helpful for people with physical disabilities. The
present chapter introduces predictive interfaces, discusses their general
attributes, and provides examples of several quite different systems.
The systems differ substantially from each other in their task domain,
intended users, algorithm for generating predictions, and user interface.
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