Proceedings of the 4 th International Workshop on Constraints and Language Processing ( CSLP 2007 )

Abstract

Sign Language (SL) is the deaf community's first language. SL linguistic functioning is completely adapted to the visuo-gestural channel specificity: 1) Several articulators are simultaneously used (hands, arms, gaze, mimic, head, chest), each of them having one or several specific linguistic roles, and possibly interacting with other ones; 2) Iconic… (More)

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