An Extensible, Kinematically-Based Gesture Annotation Scheme
Martell, Craig H.
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Annotated corpora have played a critical role in speech and natural language research; and, there is an increasing interest in corpora-based research in sign language and gesture as well. We present a non-semantic, geometrically-based annotation scheme, FORM, which allows an annotator to capture the kinematic information in a gesture just from videos of speakers. In addition, FORM stores this gestural information in Annotation Graph format—allowing for easy integration of gesture information with other types of communication information, e.g., discourse structure, parts of speech, intonation information, etc.
Chapter 1 in the book: Advances in Natural Multimodal Dialogue Systems
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