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Thank you Dali! I'm happy that you appreciate it :-)
if you want to discuss something, just write me (here or on my personal
mail) :-)
Claudia


2013/2/7 Dali balti <[log in to unmask]>

> Hello Claudia and everyone!!!!
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> I am so excited when reading you Phd!!! you did such a great work, it must
> have taken you long time to write it down. your ideas are so brilliant and
> coherent! Blessings!!!!
>
> Dali
> :D
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> Topics of the day:
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>   1. Claudia's PhD Thesis
>   2. sign writing analysis (2)
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> Date:    Wed, 6 Feb 2013 14:51:56 +0100
> From:    "Claudia S. Bianchini" <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Claudia's PhD Thesis
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> I know that someone has problems to download my phd thesis... if you want
> it, send me a personal mail to [log in to unmask] and I send you an
> invitation to my dropbox folder.
> :-)
> Claudia
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> Date:    Wed, 6 Feb 2013 13:22:43 -0500
> From:    AGALYAVANEE <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: sign writing analysis
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> Hi everyone,
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>                   I would like to analyse sign writing based on user
> input. But I
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> am confused on how to identify and analyse the notations that intersect or
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> overlap. If anyone could provide me a hint, it would be of great help.
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> Thank you
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> Date:    Wed, 6 Feb 2013 13:31:23 -0600
> From:    Stephen E Slevinski Jr <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: sign writing analysis
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> If you are using the libraries, you will find several notations. These
> are covered under the following link:
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> http://signpuddle.net/wiki/index.php/SignWriting_Text#Character_Encoding_Forms
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> Here's the flow of the forms:
> CSW <> BSW<> FSW <> KSW
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> CSW is Character SignWriting.  It uses Unicode characters on plan 15.
> We have an experimental / proof of concept TrueType Font.  The
> characters are irregular and rely on special Unicode libraries for
> compatibility.  http://signpuddle.net/iswa
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> BSW is Binary SignWriting.  It uses 12-bit characters.  These characters
> are intermediate and usually not stored.  In theory, you could store and
> analyze the 12-bit characters, but a special environment is required.
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> FSW is Formal SignWriting.  It uses a lite ASCII markup.  It is the best
> form to leverage searching with speed and usability.  The SignPuddle
> downloads use FSW by default.
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> KSW is Kartesian SignWriting.  It is an irregular lite ASCII markup for
> display purposes. It is supported as a legacy encoding and very useful
> at times.
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> There is also an XML markup that is equivalent in content to the above
> forms.
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> Regards,
> -Steve
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Claudia S. Bianchini, PhD
A.T.E.R. Licence SDL-LSF @ Univ. Poitiers (France)
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