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An [[Auto-Completion Task]] is a [[editing task]] that predicts a [[text item]] within an [[item]].
An [[Auto-Completion Task]] is a [[Feature in]] that ...
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* <B>Example(s):</B>
* <B>AKA:</B> [[Autocomplete]].
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** [[Text Auto-Completion Task]].
* <B>See:</B> [[Algorithm]], [[Application Software]], [[Graphical User Interface]], [[Tab Key]], [[Arrow Key]], [[Human-Computer Interaction]], [[Command Line Interpreter]], [[e-Mail]], [[Source Code Editor]].
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** [[Software Code Auto-Completion Task]].
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** [[WikiText Auto-Completion Task]].
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* <B>See:</B> [[Auto-Completion System]], [[Human-Computer Interaction]], [[Editing System]].
 
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==References==
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=== 2019 ===
 
=== 2019 ===
* (Wikipedia, 2019) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autocomplete Retrieved:2019-8-13.
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* (Wikipedia, 2019) &rArr; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autocomplete Retrieved:2019-8-13.
** # <P> '''Autocomplete''', or '''word completion''', is a feature in which an [[application software|application]] predicts the rest of a word a user is typing. In [[graphical user interface]]s, users can typically press the [[tab key]] to accept a suggestion or the down [[arrow key]] to accept one of several. <P> Autocomplete speeds up [[human-computer interaction]]s when it correctly predicts the word a user intends to enter after only a few characters have been typed into a text input field. It works best in domains with a limited number of possible words (such as in [[command line interpreter]]s), when some words are much more common (such as when addressing an [[e-mail]]), or writing structured and predictable text (as in [[source code editor]]s). <P> Many autocomplete [[algorithm]]s learn new words after the user has written them a few times, and can suggest alternatives based on the learned habits of the individual user.
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** '''Autocomplete''', or '''word completion''', is a feature in which an [[application software|application]] predicts the rest of a word a user is typing. In [[graphical user interface]]s, users can typically press the [[tab key]] to accept a suggestion or the down [[arrow key]] to accept one of several. <P> Autocomplete speeds up [[human-computer interaction]]s when it correctly predicts the word a user intends to enter after only a few characters have been typed into a text input field. It works best in domains with a limited number of possible words (such as in [[command line interpreter]]s), when some words are much more common (such as when addressing an [[e-mail]]), or writing structured and predictable text (as in [[source code editor]]s). <P> Many autocomplete [[algorithm]]s learn new words after the user has written them a few times, and can suggest alternatives based on the learned habits of the individual user.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:16, 13 August 2019

An Auto-Completion Task is a editing task that predicts a text item within an item.



References

2019

  • (Wikipedia, 2019) ⇒ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autocomplete Retrieved:2019-8-13.
    • Autocomplete, or word completion, is a feature in which an application predicts the rest of a word a user is typing. In graphical user interfaces, users can typically press the tab key to accept a suggestion or the down arrow key to accept one of several.

      Autocomplete speeds up human-computer interactions when it correctly predicts the word a user intends to enter after only a few characters have been typed into a text input field. It works best in domains with a limited number of possible words (such as in command line interpreters), when some words are much more common (such as when addressing an e-mail), or writing structured and predictable text (as in source code editors).

      Many autocomplete algorithms learn new words after the user has written them a few times, and can suggest alternatives based on the learned habits of the individual user.