Project descriptions

bullet Syntax of ASL

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SignStream

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National Center for Sign Language and Gesture Resources

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Pattern Discovery in Signed Languages and Gestural Communication

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Recognition and Interpretation of Human Motion

bullet Large Lexicon Gesture Representation, Recognition, and Retrieval
 
Links coming soon:

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Linguistically Based ASL Sign Recognition as a Structured
Multivariate Learning Problem

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Generating Accurate, Understandable Sign Language Animations
Based on Analysis of Human SIgning

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Development of Publicly Available, Easily Searchable, Linguistically
Analyzed, Video Corpora for Sign Language and Gesture Research


Personnel

Dissemination of results

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Publications; Doctoral dissertations; Project reports; Talks

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Availability of materials on CD-ROM

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SignStream software version  2

 

Support for these projects

Other information

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Related projects

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Academic programs at Boston University;
Fellowship opportunity

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Other sign language links

Location of the project:
621 Commonwealth Ave.,
Boston, MA 02215

In the news

Note: Please do not send us email to ask for
a dvice about
how to learn ASL. You might,
however, be interested in the language learning
materials available through
Dawn Sign Press.


Maintained by: Carol Neidle, carol@bu.edu

Last updated September 7, 2011