[Sw-l] order of phonology
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Wed Oct 9 00:14:32 UTC 2019
October 8, 2019
Hi João -
The symbols themselves have an order too. The SignSpelling Sequence works
together with the established order of symbols in the International
SignWriting Alphabet. The order of the symbols and the order of the
SignSpelling work together to make sorting dictionaries work. Here is
another document that might be of interest:
The SignWriting Alphabet (lists the order of symbols or SignSymbolSequence)
So based on the sequence of symbols in the SignWriting Alphabet, a
handshape is sorted first by Palm Orientation and then by Rotation (Angle).
If you need more detail I will be delighted to help you with examples.
Unfortuantely I have two deadlines that are taking my time this
evening, but later I look forward to working with you on this.
Adam, do you know better how to explain phonological order?
On Tue, Oct 8, 2019 at 4:49 PM João Paulo Ampessan <joamp29 at gmail.com>
> I see, I want to ask you something, you explained about the SignSpelling
> Sequence, there are 3 syllable categories 1 to 4, but there are no details
> like the phonological order, for example which manual setting is the first?
> clap orientation? movement? location? etc. you only show signs, I want
> parameters and phonological order with details.
> Sorry, I'm very bad english, I realized that I wrote does'nt clarity. I
> hope you understand.
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