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= Hamburg Notation System =
 
= Hamburg Notation System =
  
See [http://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/dgs-korpus/index.php/hamnosys-97.html HamNoSys for DGS Corpus] and  [http://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/projects/HamNoSys.html HamNoSys Project] at the University of Hamburg.
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HamNoSys was developed at the IDGS, University of Hamburg.
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See [https://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/dgs-korpus/index.php/hamnosys-97.html HamNoSys] within the  [https://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/dgs-korpus/index.php/welcome.html DGS Corpus] project.
  
 
[[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]]

Latest revision as of 18:26, 14 November 2020

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Hamburg Notation System

HamNoSys was developed at the IDGS, University of Hamburg. See HamNoSys within the DGS Corpus project.

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


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