Hungarian Sign Language Corpus
The Hungarian Sign Language Corpus is a collection of Hungarian Sign Language video data of 147 signers from Hungarian. All together 1750 hours were recorded. The HSL corpus project ran from 2016–2017, was based at the Research Institute for Linguistics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and led by Csilla Bartha.
Interviews were recorded with three cameras, while grammatical tests were filmed with five cameras.
|Language||Hungarian Sign Language|
|Size||1750 hours recorded, 209 types annotated|
21–82 years old
75 female, 67 male
From 9 regions: Budapest, Szeged, Hódmezővásárhely, Békéscsaba, Debrecen, Kaposvár, Sopron, Győr, Vác
|Metadata Format||not available|
|Translation||Hungarian, 41 of 147 sociolinguistic interviews translated (estimate: 140 hours, 8%)|
|Annotation||140 tiers for annotation on all linguistic levels|
|Access||No public access|
|Institution||Hungarian Academy of Sciences|
This entry was last modified on 6 January 2023.