Experience with and Requirements for a Gesture Description Language for Synthetic Animation

@inproceedings{Kennaway2003ExperienceWA,
  title={Experience with and Requirements for a Gesture Description Language for Synthetic Animation},
  author={Richard Kennaway},
  booktitle={Gesture Workshop},
  year={2003}
}
We discuss our experience with automatic synthesis of animations of deaf signing from an avatar-independent notation for signing gestures, and consider principles that a notation designed for synthetic animation should satisfy. 
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