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CVPR
2011
IEEE
9 years 3 months ago
Exploiting Phonological Constraints for Handshape Inference in ASL Video
Handshape is a key linguistic component of signs, and thus, handshape recognition is essential to algorithms for sign language recognition and retrieval. In this work, linguistic ...
Ashwin Thangali, Stan Sclaroff, Carol Neidle, Joan...
TSI
2010
9 years 6 months ago
Diva, une architecture pour le support des agents gestuels interactifs sur internet
In this paper, we present a Web-based framework for interactive deictic and sign language virtual agents. Our framework is a DOM-Integrated Virtual Agents architecture, which has b...
Annelies Braffort, Jean-Paul Sansonnet, Jean-Claud...
DCC
2011
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
Improving Compressed Video Sign Language Conversations in the Presence of Data Loss
The goal of the MobileASL (American Sign Language) research project is to enable sign language communication over the U.S. cellular network, which is low bandwidth and lossy. Data...
Jaehong Chon, Sam Whittle, Eve A. Riskin, Richard ...
HVEI
2009
9 years 9 months ago
Sign language perception research for improving automatic sign language recognition
Current automatic sign language recognition (ASLR) seldom uses perceptual knowledge about the recognition of sign language. Using such knowledge can improve ASLR because it can gi...
Gineke A. ten Holt, Jeroen Arendsen, Huib de Ridde...
GW
2009
Springer
151views Biometrics» more  GW 2009»
9 years 9 months ago
Towards Interactive Web-Based Virtual Signers: First Step, a Platform for Experimentation Design
In this paper, we present a Web-based framework for interactive Sign Language using virtual signing agents. The main feature of this framework is that it is a full DOM-Integrated a...
Jean-Paul Sansonnet, Annelies Braffort, Cyril Verr...
UAIS
2008
185views more  UAIS 2008»
9 years 11 months ago
Facial movement analysis in ASL
In the age of speech and voice recognition technologies, sign language recognition is an essential part of ensuring equal access for deaf people. To date, sign language recognition...
Christian Vogler, Siome Goldenstein
FGR
2008
IEEE
165views Biometrics» more  FGR 2008»
9 years 12 months ago
The significance of facial features for automatic sign language recognition
Although facial features are considered to be essential for humans to understand sign language, no prior research work has yet examined their significance for automatic sign langu...
Ulrich von Agris, Moritz Knorr, Karl-Friedrich Kra...
WSCG
2003
160views more  WSCG 2003»
10 years 1 months ago
Avatar Gestures
This paper describes the concept and control of a 3d Avatar system with mimic and gestures as a conversational user interface. The Avatar system including gestures and mimic is ba...
Thomas Rieger
IADIS
2003
10 years 1 months ago
Sign: A Framework to Write Sign Languages
The problem of computer treatment of notations for writing sign languages has seen some approaches in recent years, all of them, based on hard to use bitmap standard graphical for...
Jesús Barrasa Rodríguez, Marta Herra...
IJIT
2004
10 years 1 months ago
Continuous Text Translation Using Text Modeling in the Thetos System
In the paper a method of modeling text for Polish is discussed. The method is aimed at transforming continuous input text into a text consisting of sentences in so called canonical...
Nina Suszczanska, Przemyslaw Szmal, Slawomir Kulik...
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