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Chinese Sign Language Synthesis and Its Applications

Chen, Yiqiang | Gao, Wen | Yang, Changshui | Jiang, Dalong | Ge, Cunbao


Volume:
Proceedings of the LREC2004 Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: From SignWriting to Image Processing. Information techniques and their implications for teaching, documentation and communication
Venue:
Lisbon, Portugal
Date:
30 May 2004
Pages:
111–112
Publisher:
European Language Resources Association (ELRA)
License:
CC BY-NC
sign-lang ID:
04023

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Languages:
Chinese Sign Language

Abstract

The Sign Language is the communication language for deaf-mute community. Everywhere in the world may have their own sign language. There are over 20.57 million deaf people with thousand kinds of language in China. Hence a set of standard Chinese Sign language for the Deaf-Mute has been revised several times by Chinese Deaf-mute Association supported by the Chinese Government. The updated standard Chinese sign language will help you easily communicate with any deaf people in China.

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@inproceedings{chen:04023:sign-lang:lrec,
  author    = {Chen, Yiqiang and Gao, Wen and Yang, Changshui and Jiang, Dalong and Ge, Cunbao},
  title     = {{Chinese} {Sign} {Language} Synthesis and Its Applications},
  pages     = {111--112},
  editor    = {Streiter, Oliver and Vettori, Chiara},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the {LREC2004} Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: From {SignWriting} to Image Processing. Information techniques and their implications for teaching, documentation and communication},
  maintitle = {4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation ({LREC} 2004)},
  publisher = {{European Language Resources Association (ELRA)}},
  address   = {Lisbon, Portugal},
  day       = {30},
  month     = may,
  year      = {2004},
  language  = {english},
  url       = {https://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/lrec/pub/04023.pdf}
}
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