Article published in:Sign Transcription and Database Storage of Sign Information
Edited by Brita Bergman, Penny Boyes-Braem, Thomas Hanke and Elena Antinoro Pizzuto
[Sign Language & Linguistics 4:1/2] 2001
► pp. 171–189
A multimedia lexical database for sign language dictionary compilation
GlossLexer is a multi-user sign language lexical database integrating digital video that has been designed to support the compilation process for specialist dictionaries from data collection to production. Sign entries are identified by HamNoSys notations as well as glosses, but the user always has immediate access to video clips showing the signs as uttered by the informants.
Keywords: lexical database, Sign language, multimedia database, corpora, digital video
Published online: 18 October 2002
Cited by 2 other publications
Anne Baker, Beppie van den Bogaerde, Roland Pfau & Trude Schermer
Souza, Celso L., Flávio L.C. Pádua, Vera L.S. Lima, Anisio Lacerda & Carlos A.G. Carneiro
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