Hi Val, 


yes you are right and within the article Kato explains some ideas we
discussed during their visit. 


Ha – long ago but nevertheless an important visit and very kind and
interested people!


All best 






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August 25, 2012


Here is an example of a project that was new to me, a few months ago, when I
found it on the web, from Japan!


This paper was published in 2008, and I know software was produced in 2009…I
will look for the software link, but Google just found the paper in 2008:


1VUw&cd=ihqcQTO1bjs&usg=AFQjCNEl1g6XE5LKXBVR0zvqxUC78rwAQw> A Study of
Notation and Sign Writing Systems for the Deaf

sign or a signed sentence for everyday purposes. In this paper, after
describing previous notation systems in sign language, the most suitable
sign writing ...



Actually I believe the authors visited Stefan Woehrmann in Germany years
ago, which is wonderful, but I was not aware of their published papers and
software development….Thank you to the authors in Japan!!


You have my gratitude, and thank you for placing the documents on the web -


Val ;-)


Valerie Sutton

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