honza at RUCE.CZ
Thu Feb 11 16:20:01 UTC 2010
thanks for link to pdf.
I think it can be useful for us.
I just have one more question - if there is difficult sign that
contains more difficult spelling including more than starting and end
position of hands how do you make spelling then?
Do you use syllables from 1 again?
On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 4:11 PM, Steve Slevinski <slevin at signpuddle.net> wrote:
> Hi Honza,
> We only use the sequence for sorting. The PDF that Val previously sent
> contains the guidelines for writing sequences.
> People interested in animation have also looked at the sequence. However,
> there are 2 issues here. The first is to automate the creation of the
> sequence. The second is to use the sequence to help understand the spatial
> To automate the creation of the sequence, you'd need to analyze each arrow
> BaseSymbol (maybe each symbol) for head and tail position. You'd need to
> fill in any assumed symbols that are not included in the spelling, such as
> starting or ending handshapes. There are several other issues as well.
> To use the sequence to understand the spatial spelling, you'd need to match
> the symbols in the sequence to the symbols in the spatial spelling. Except
> where symbols are repeated, this should be straight forward. For repeated
> symbols, you'd need the same logic as was used to automate the creation of
> the sequence.
> So, there may be additional uses for the sequence. My current automation of
> the sequence is very simplistic. I take the symbols used in the spelling
> and sort them according to the ISWA order. This simple sequence would not
> be useful for animation or conversion. I will revisit the automatic
> creation of the sequence in the future.
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