Toward the Study of Sign Language Coarticulation: Methodology Proposal

  title={Toward the Study of Sign Language Coarticulation: Methodology Proposal},
  author={J{\'e}r{\'e}mie Segouat and Annelies Braffort},
  journal={2009 Second International Conferences on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions},
This article proposes a methodology to study coarticulation in sign language. Our aim is to provide information in sign language (SL) thanks to a displayed signing avatar performing SL predefined animations. Therefore, we explain the approach we have chosen to model coarticulation, and animate our avatar. We also propose a definition of what coarticulation is, based on an overview of the literature, and we present the linguistic basis our model will be build on. We explain the methodology we… CONTINUE READING
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