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Title: US6064961: Display for proofreading text
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Country: US United States of America

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Inventor: Hanson, Gary Robert; Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY
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Published / Filed: 2000-05-16 / 1998-09-02

Application Number: US1998000145791

IPC Code: Advanced: G01L 13/00; G01L 15/00;
IPC-7: G01L 13/00; G01L 15/00;

ECLA Code: G10L15/26A;

U.S. Class: 704/260; 704/270; 704/275; 704/235;

Field of Search: 704/235,270,275,260

Priority Number:
1998-09-02  US1998000145791

Abstract:     A method, and corresponding program routine, for displaying text in a proofreader associated with a speech recognition application, comprising the steps of: retrieving initial text responsive to a user request; displaying the initial text in a centered position in a display window of a graphical user interface; retrieving further text responsive to a further user request; replacing the initial text with the further text in the centered position of the display window; and, repeating the retrieving further text step and the replacing step until no further text is requested. Previous text and following text can be selectively retrieved for use in the replacing step. The initial text and the further text can be contextual phrases including a target word and words immediately preceding and following the target word. The target words are displayed in the centered position even if the contextual phrase as a whole is not centered in the display window.

Attorney, Agent or Firm: Quarles & Brady LLP ;

Primary / Asst. Examiners: Hudspeth, David R.; Wieland, Susan

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What is claimed is:     1. A method for displaying text in a proofreader associated with a speech recognition application, comprising the steps of:
  • retrieving initial text from a text document responsive to a user request;
  • first centering and displaying said initial text in a display window of a graphical user interface;
  • retrieving further text from said text document responsive to a further user request;
  • second centering and displaying said further text in place of said initial text in said display window; and,
  • repeating said retrieving further text step and said second centering and displaying step until no further text is requested.


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Patent  Pub.Date  Inventor Assignee   Title
Get PDF - 6pp US5745875  1998-04 Jackson et al.  Stenovations, Inc. Stenographic translation system automatic speech recognition
Get PDF - 35pp US5799273  1998-08 Mitchell et al.  AllVoice Computing Plc Automated proofreading using interface linking recognized words to their audio data while text is being changed
Get PDF - 20pp US5909667  1999-06 Leontiades et al.  International Business Machines Corporation Method and apparatus for fast voice selection of error words in dictated text
       
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