A Qualitative and Quantitative Characterisation of Style in Sign Language Gestures

@inproceedings{Hloir2007AQA,
  title={A Qualitative and Quantitative Characterisation of Style in Sign Language Gestures},
  author={Alexis H{\'e}loir and Sylvie Gibet},
  booktitle={Gesture Workshop},
  year={2007}
}
This paper addresses the identi cation and representation of the variations induced by style for the synthesis of realistic and convincing expressive sign language gesture sequences. A qualitative and quantitative comparison of styled gesture sequences is made. This comparison leads to the identi cation of temporal, spatial, and stuctural processes that are described in a theoritical model of sign language phonology. Insights raised by this study are then considered in the more general… CONTINUE READING
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