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US Patent Issued to Research In Motion on Sept. 14 for “Handheld Electronic Device and Method for Performing Optimized Spell Checking During Text Entry by Providing a Sequentially Ordered Series of Spell-Check Algorithms” (Canadian Inventors)
US Fed News Service, Including US State News September 15, 2010 ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 20 — United States Patent no. 7,797,629, issued on Sept. 14, was assigned to Research In Motion Ltd. (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada). see here online spell check
“Handheld Electronic Device and Method for Performing Optimized Spell Checking During Text Entry by Providing a Sequentially Ordered Series of Spell-Check Algorithms” was invented by Vadim Fux (Waterloo, Canada) and Dan Rubanovich (Toronto).
According to the abstract released by the U.
S. Patent & Trademark Office: “A handheld electronic device includes a reduced QWERTY keyboard and is enabled with a disambiguation routine that is operable to disambiguate text input. In addition to identifying and outputting representations of language objects that are stored in the memory and that correspond with a text input, the device is able to perform a spell check routine during input of a text entry. The spell check routine subjects a text entry to a sequentially ordered series of spell-check algorithms and ceases subjecting the text entry to further spell-check algorithms upon identification of a predetermined quantity of spell-check language objects.” The patent was filed on April 5, 2006, under Application No. 11/398,222. site online spell check
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