Presentation 1993/12/9
Morpholigical and Notational Analysis of JSL and its Application to Computer Dictionary
Yuji Nagashima, Kazuyuki Kanda, Mina Terauchi,
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Abstract(in English) Our attempt is to contruct the bidirectional translation system between JSL and Japanese.The final dictinary should contain morphological and phonological data to explain the linguistic structure of JSL and Japanese.This report examines the notational system to describe the JSL.In the beginning,we discuss the general idea of the construction of the JSL Computer Dictionary.We propose our hypothetical morphological model of the JSL morphemic structure,and our phonetic notational system to describe the articulation of JSL phoneme,applyingits hierarchical morphological struture.We verified the hypotheis with the data called the basic JSL signs by Kanda(1990).
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Keyword(in English) Japanese Sign Language (JSL) / Computer Dictionary / Morphology / Phonology
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Title (in English) Morpholigical and Notational Analysis of JSL and its Application to Computer Dictionary
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Keyword(1) Japanese Sign Language (JSL)
Keyword(2) Computer Dictionary
Keyword(3) Morphology
Keyword(4) Phonology
1st Author's Name Yuji Nagashima
1st Author's Affiliation Kogakuin University()
2nd Author's Name Kazuyuki Kanda
2nd Author's Affiliation Chukyo University
3rd Author's Name Mina Terauchi
3rd Author's Affiliation Polytechnic University
Date 1993/12/9
Paper # NLC93-51
Volume (vol) vol.93
Number (no) 366
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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