Presentation 2006/1/6
Evaluation for Delayed Effect and Detectability Threshold of Sign Video Communication
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Abstract(in English) This paper reports evaluation test of delayed dialogue by sign language, supposing the sign tele-communication such as video phones. The aim of the experiments was defining the lower limit of detection (LLD) of delay in sign dialogue. The authors applied two tasks, "alternate counting up of numbers" and "transmitting numbers simultaneously and figuring out the sum." Evaluation of the effect of delay was carried out by double stimulus impairment scale method (DSIS). The results showed that LLD of alternate counting was 100 msec, and LLD of "summing numbers" was 200 msec. Generalizing the results obtained so far, it is concluded that dialogue by sign language is more tolerant than speech dialogue.
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Keyword(in English) Sign Language / Video Communication / Delay / Detectability Threshold / Task
Paper # TL2005-45,WIT2005-70
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Title (in English) Evaluation for Delayed Effect and Detectability Threshold of Sign Video Communication
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Keyword(1) Sign Language
Keyword(2) Video Communication
Keyword(3) Delay
Keyword(4) Detectability Threshold
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1st Author's Name Yuji NAGASHIMA
1st Author's Affiliation Kogakuin University()
2nd Author's Name Hideyuki SUMIDA
2nd Author's Affiliation Kogakuin University
3rd Author's Name Kaoru NAKAZONO
3rd Author's Affiliation NTT Network Innovation Laboratories:Chiba University
Date 2006/1/6
Paper # TL2005-45,WIT2005-70
Volume (vol) vol.105
Number (no) 508
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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