Hello Claudia and everyone!!!!

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!!!!


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  1. Claudia's PhD Thesis
  2. sign writing analysis (2)


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.

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Date:    Wed, 6 Feb 2013 13:22:43 -0500
From:    AGALYAVANEE <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: sign writing analysis

Hi everyone,

                  I would like to analyse sign writing based on user input. But I

am confused on how to identify and analyse the notations that intersect or

overlap. If anyone could provide me a hint, it would be of great help.

Thank you


Date:    Wed, 6 Feb 2013 13:31:23 -0600
From:    Stephen E Slevinski Jr <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: sign writing analysis

If you are using the libraries, you will find several notations. These
are covered under the following link:

Here's the flow of the forms:

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

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.

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.

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.

There is also an XML markup that is equivalent in content to the above



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