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A Qualitative and Quantitative Characterisation of Style in Sign Language Gestures

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A Qualitative and Quantitative Characterisation of Style in Sign Language Gestures
This paper addresses the identification and representation of the variations induced by style for the synthesis of realistic and convincing expressive gesture sequences. A qualitative and quantitative comparison between styled gesture sequences is performed. This comparison leads to the identification of temporal, spatial, and stuctural processes that are described in a theoritical model of sign language. Insights raised by this study are then considered in order to enhance existing gesture specification systems.
Alexis Heloir, Sylvie Gibet
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Type Conference
Year 2007
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Authors Alexis Heloir, Sylvie Gibet
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