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. 215–228
A phonological database for sign languages
This paper describes the SignPhon database, a tool for phonological research. The history and goal of the project are outlined, and the database is briefly compared to other projects like HamNoSys and SignStream. We present the structure of the database and an overview of the fields that are included. We conclude with a discussion of the experiences that we have had in using the database for our research.
Keywords: Sign language, phonology, phonetics, transcription, phonological database, notation, methodology
Published online: 18 October 2002
Cited by 3 other publications
Braffort, Annelies & Fanch Lejeune
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