Machine learning to autocomplete in Mozilla

You have all used the autocomplete feature in Mozilla.
You type "www.m" in the url bar and Mozilla shows you a list of urls that match. In other words, Mozilla "autocompleted" the url for you. If the url you want is in the dropdown list, you can select it and avoid typing out the whole url manually.
Unfortunately, the autocomplete list is often totally useless. A more "intelligent" Mozilla would recognize what you are doing, and act to help you.
Now you can help!
Read about the project
Read this Bugzilla bug for more background on this project.

February 12, 2003 12:57 PM | Posted in Mozilla


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