The Use of a FileMaker Pro Database in Evaluating Sign Language Notation Systems

LREC 2014 Julie Hochgesang

In this paper, FileMaker Pro has been used to create a database in order to evaluate sign language notation systems used for representing hand configurations. The database cited in this paper focuses on child acquisition data, particularly the dataset of one child and one adult productions of the same American Sign Language (ASL) signs produced in a two-year span... (read more)

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