= Group 1, primary orientation, no movement
= Group 1, primary orientation, movement vertical,
= Group 1, primary orientation, first hand, group one, primary orientation second hand, movement horizontal, facial involvement (ALL TWO HANDED SIGNS COME AFTER ONE HANDED SIGNS)
= Group 1, primary orientation, first hand, group 5, back of hand, second hand, movement horizontal (GROUP 5 comes after GROUP 1)
- Group 1, first hand, second orientation, 45 counter clockwise, Group 1, crooked handshape, finger movement, finger movement. Is this before the one above from the finger movement?
(SKIPPING A FEW)
= Group 5, first hand, forward, half, 45 counter clockwise, Group 5, second hand, forward, half, 45 clockwise, held in between, forward twice
Group 5, side forward, half, 45 counter clockwise, Group 5 side forward, half, 45 clockwise, held in between, twice forward twice, slow
The Sign Symbol Sequence may order the signs if each of them has been ordered, but I have not sufficiently experimented to see if one enters signs and then orders them by one's chosen order whether the "symbol frequency" will follow that order.
can you explain? I do not understand.
SignWriting List: Read and Write Sign Languages
[mailto:[log in to unmask]EDU] Im Auftrag von Charles Butler
Gesendet: Samstag, 11. Dezember 2010 14:29
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Betreff: Re: Creating a sign language ordered dictionary
But can you print a dictionary from Sign Puddle in one's chosen order without constructing it yourself? I order my dictionary down to the individual handshape and movement, and that is all by hand.
I am no software expert whatsoever and it took me a long time to understand the tricks how to install the DOS-Box proberly to work together with the SW 4.4 Program (except for printing) . I wrote a short tutorial –
Perhaps this can support you in your efforts?
In addition to that. It takes some time to become an expert with this DOS – SignWriter 4.4 Program - you have to download and install the dictionary ...
As Valerie mentioned before – the SignPuddle software allows an easy way to create entries, to create documents, to send emails written in SignWriting, to look up terms word – to sign order and to look up signs – symbol –to sign order, you can search for frequencies (what are the most often used symbols) ....
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: Read and Write Sign Languages [mailto:[log in to unmask]] Im Auftrag von Meryeme Ayache
Gesendet: Freitag, 10. Dezember 2010 22:04
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Betreff: Re: I need your help
hey Valerie and Stefan :-)
I hope that
you all are doing well. I installed the DOSbox but I have problem in some DOS
commands like 'md \sw' in order to create f directory but I will keep trying I
think that is because I am using window 7 but I am not sure. and by the way I
used the ASL SignPuddle Dictionary and I really like but I don't wanna use
it in my project because I need to enter the sign writing manually because I
have to verify first if the entered character belong to the list of
sign-writing language or not and that is what we call it (the
lexical analyzer :-) and it is the first step to realize a compiler I will
let you updated of my researches
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Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique et d'Analyse des Systèmes ( Rabat ).