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A prototype Malayalam to Sign Language Automatic Translator

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      Sign language, which is a medium of communication for deaf people, uses manual communication and body language to convey meaning, as opposed to using sound. This paper presents a prototype Malayalam text to sign language translation system. The proposed system takes Malayalam text as input and generates corresponding Sign Language. Output animation is rendered using a computer generated model. This system will help to disseminate information to the deaf people in public utility places like railways, banks, hospitals etc. This will also act as an educational tool in learning Sign Language.

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            2014-12-23
            2015-09-26
            1412.7415

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            Theoretical computer science

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