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Sign Language Processing 2 The SignWriting System 2 . 1 Conceptual foundations

  title={Sign Language Processing 2 The SignWriting System 2 . 1 Conceptual foundations},
  author={Ant{\^o}nio Carlos Rocha Costa and Graçaliz Pereira Dimuro}
Le système SIGNWRITING est un système pratique pour l’écriture de la langue des signes. Il est composé d’un ensemble intuitif de symboles graphique-schématiques, et de règles pour les combiner dans des répresentations de signes. Le langage SWML est un langage basé sur XML pour représenter des textes en langue des signes écrits en SIGNWRITING, de façon indépendante des applications et des plateformes des ordinateurs. Ainsi, des textes écrits en langue des signes, representés en SIGNWRITING et… 

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