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SiGML is the input notation used by the [[JASigning]] applications and web applets. A number of [[SiGML Tools|Editing Tools]] for SiGML are available, mostly produced by the University of Hamburg.
 
SiGML is the input notation used by the [[JASigning]] applications and web applets. A number of [[SiGML Tools|Editing Tools]] for SiGML are available, mostly produced by the University of Hamburg.
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[[JASigning]] supports some [[SiGML Extensions]] used to control the player during animation of SiGML data.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:40, 10 May 2014

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SiGML (Signing Gesture Markup Language) is and XML application that enables transcription of sign language gestures. SiGML builds on HamNoSys and indeed one variant of SiGML is essentially an encoding of HamNoSys manual features, accompanied by a representation of non-manual aspects.

SiGML is the input notation used by the JASigning applications and web applets. A number of Editing Tools for SiGML are available, mostly produced by the University of Hamburg.

JASigning supports some SiGML Extensions used to control the player during animation of SiGML data.


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