Difference between revisions of "HamNoSys"

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[[SiGML]] is closely based on HamNoSys and supports a format for describing a sign in terms of a sequence of HamNoSys tokens encoded in XML. A number of [[SiGML Tools|Tools]]
 
[[SiGML]] is closely based on HamNoSys and supports a format for describing a sign in terms of a sequence of HamNoSys tokens encoded in XML. A number of [[SiGML Tools|Tools]]
are available for editing and animating HamNoSys transcriotions via SiGML.
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are available for editing and animating HamNoSys transcriptions via SiGML.
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== Introductory documents ==
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These documents are kindly provided by Rubén San-Segundo, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, with English translation
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by Robert Smith, Dublin City University.
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* [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/tech/hamnosys/Introduccion%20a%20HamNosys_castellano.pdf HamNoSys 4.0 Introduction (Spanish)]
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* [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/tech/hamnosys/HamNoSys4.0SlidesSpanish.pdf HamNoSys 4.0 PPT (Spanish)]
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* [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/tech/hamnosys/An%20intro%20to%20eSignEditor%20and%20HNS.pdf eSIGN Editor and HamNoSys 4.0 (English)]
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== Additional Documents ==
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* [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/proj/vhg/internal/reports/ViSiCASTD5-1.pdf ViSiCAST Interface Definitions] : Includes HNS 4.0 nonmanuals and SiGML
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* [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/proj/vhg/internal/reports/HNS4.1.pdf HamNoSys 4.1 Update] : Changes for HNS 4.0 and 4.1
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* [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/proj/vhg/reports/eSIGNApproach.pdf eSIGN Approach] : Describing content creation processes
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* [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/tech/esigneditor/eSIGN-D23rev2.pdf eSIGN Editor Documentation] : Manual for Editor at [http://vh.cmp.uea.ac.uk/index.php/SiGML_Tools SiGML Tools]
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* [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/tech/hamnosys/HamNoSysFonts.pdf HamNoSys Font Codes]

Revision as of 11:27, 19 July 2010

Hamburg Notation System

See HamNoSys at the University of Hamburg.

SiGML is closely based on HamNoSys and supports a format for describing a sign in terms of a sequence of HamNoSys tokens encoded in XML. A number of Tools are available for editing and animating HamNoSys transcriptions via SiGML.

Introductory documents

These documents are kindly provided by Rubén San-Segundo, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, with English translation by Robert Smith, Dublin City University.

Additional Documents