HamNoSys generation system for sign language

  title={HamNoSys generation system for sign language},
  author={Rupinder Kaur and Parteek Kumar},
  journal={2014 International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI)},
HamNoSys is a notation system for writing signs. HamNoSys symbols describe signs in form of signing parameters. Signing parameters include hand shape, hand orientation, hand location and hand movement. This paper presents a system which generates HamNoSys corresponding to the inputted word. For generating HamNoSys, system covers all the symbols for signing parameters. Hand shapes include all the basic hand and finger shapes and their bending. Hand orientation covers all the possible views i.e… CONTINUE READING

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