Second Workshop on Sign Language Processing, Genoa, May 28, 2006
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Wed Mar 1 04:32:29 UTC 2006
February 28, 2006
On Feb 28, 2006, at 3:18 PM, Kasterlinden Bilinguaal wrote:
> I was just trying to catch up, because I finaly have time to read
> the mails of the last few weeks. Now I see this, looks interessting.
> Is it really technical? And can people only attend if they submit a
> Because I'm not the computer type, nor am I a professional
> linguist. But I'm a teacher who uses SignWriting. So this could be
> interessting although I don't think I'll be able to attend it :s We
> need to ask the school 3 months in advance.
> Do you know who is behind this and if Barbara (who I met at the
> ESWS last summer) involved?
Hello Kathleen and Everyone!
SignWriting was an active part of the first workshop:
Sign Language Processing Workshop, Lisbon, May 30, 2004
If you go to the above web page you will see photos and papers from
programmers from all over the world. Quite a number of programs
presented in 2004 included SignWriting. Some were from Belgium. Bart
Braem and Steven Aerts, who programmed the Flemish Sign Language
Dictionary, presented there, as did Dr. Antonio Carlos da Rocha Costa
from Brazil, and Richard Gleaves, who developed SignWriter DOS...
One of the presenters was Chiara from Italy, and it was Chiara who
wrote to me to announce this new workshop...so I would suggest
writing to Chiara...smile...
chiara.vettori at eurac.edu
>Institute for Specialised Communication and Multilingualism
Dr. Antonio Carlos da Rocha Costa...
rocha at atlas.ucpel.tche.br
They will know more than I!
Tell us what you learn ;-))
Sutton at SignWriting.org
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