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This publication describes techniques directed to perceptual correction of a location of a touch contact a user makes to a touch interface of an electronic device. Instructions included in a touch-contact location manager application, when executed by logic of the electronic device, cause the electronic device to perform multiple operations that manage the location of the touch contact. Such operations include detecting a region associated with the touch contact, computing a touch location estimate, determining an orientation of the touch interface of the electronic device and an orientation of the user’s finger during the touch contact, and performing a perceptual correction to the touch location estimate.

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