Asia Signopedia: An open information system of Asian sign languages
|Asia Signopedia: An open information system of Asian sign languages|
|Author(s)||Wong K.-H.K., Tang G., Chung R.|
|Published in||Technology and Disability|
|Keyword(s)||database, multi-modality, Sign language, Wikipedia (Extra: access to information, article, Asia, Asian, awareness, computer interface, controlled study, cooperation, deaf education, human, information dissemination, information technology, Internet, online system, process design, reference database, sign language, web browser)|
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To promote deaf awareness and natural sign language in Asia, we created an open platform named "Asia Signopedia". The web page allowed both deaf and hearing people to input and access entries of different Asian sign languages and their dialects in either video or text mode. This paper describes how the data structure and user interface of the web page were designed. The distributive authoring scheme of the web page allowed the database to be input and corrected by those who used it. © 2011 - IOS Press and the authors. All rights reserved.
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