Interactive editing in French Sign Language dedicated to virtual signers: requirements and challenges

@article{Gibet2012InteractiveEI,
  title={Interactive editing in French Sign Language dedicated to virtual signers: requirements and challenges},
  author={Sylvie Gibet and François Lefebvre-Albaret and Ludovic Hamon and R{\'e}mi Brun and Ahmed Turki},
  journal={Universal Access in the Information Society},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={525-539}
}
Signing avatars are increasingly used as an interface for communication to the deaf community. In recent years, an emerging approach uses captured data to edit and generate sign language (SL) gestures. Thanks to motion editing operations (e.g., concatenation, mixing), this method offers the possibility to compose new utterances, thus facilitating the enrichment of the original corpus, enhancing the natural look of the animation, and promoting the avatar’s acceptability. However, designing such… CONTINUE READING
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