Sameer Semreen

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Arabic sign languages still lack exhaustive scientific studies of their grammatical structure, morpho-syntactic rules, as well as the rules that govern the construction of sentences in these languages. Such studies are necessary for the development and evolution of any language (spoken or sign language). In addition, the lack of tools that help researchers(More)
Sign Language (SL) is a native language for deaf person which are about 70 million around the world. 17 million of this community are only in Arabic world. Despite the very important number of deaf people, Arabic Sign Language (ArSL) suffers from the lack of rules and grammatical structure that is required for the construction of an ArSL sentence. In this(More)
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