A strange idea on Chinese input method

This is indeed an very odd idea, because this idea is not about simplify the input of Chinese character, rather it has an the opposite effect of lengthen the process. Why is it necessary?

My thought is that when we have been input Chinese using certain method for too long, we essentially programmed our neurons much like reflex action. Just like we have forgotten how to type in keyboard, the process has become largely unconscious automation.

The advantage of this mechanization of Chinese input free us from the routine which involve little intelligence, and theoretically we thus have more neurological-computational resource to handle the higher level processing like think what to write, the effect and intend of the writing, the philosophy of writing… etc. However, on the other end, it may create an effect which one is essentially forgetting what s/he type, thus may result in unable to write Chinese without computer keyboard.

My solution is to make a dynamic realignment of the Chinese character everytime the user utilize this method for the same set of input. Thus s/he can’t rely on rote memory of the location of the Chinese character, the user pay attention to the character s/he pick since it would appear in different location each time. So the user at least are trained to recognize the Chinese character, strengthen existing neurological representation of the particular Chinese character. Then when the user is face with the situation which s/he have to user another Chinese input method, s/he will adapt to it more readily compare to those who only memorize the associated keystroke of that Chinese character.

Who can implement such a strange idea?

~ 由 newnewhkcc1976 於 四月 7, 2009.

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