SAK Download Web PageThis software was used for the experiment described in my papers The One-Key Challenge: Searching for a Fast One-Key Text Entry Method, published in the proceedings of ASSETS 2009, and SAK: Scanning Ambiguous Keyboard for Efficient One-Key Text Entry (co-author Torsten Felzer), published in 2010 in the ACM's Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction.
The download is a zip file containing the Java source and class files, an executable jar file, as well as the API, related text files, image files, etc.
A good way to get started is to unzip all the files into a directory and then open
SAKExperiment.htmlin a browser and read the API.
- SAK download: click here
If you have any problems, questions, or comments, please let me know.
Scott MacKenzie (mack "at" cse.yorku.ca).
NOTE: For the latest updates to this software, please visit my Experiment Software download site (click here).