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Improve communication efficiency between hearing-impaired and hearing people - A review

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posted on 2024-06-03, 17:38 authored by Lei WeiLei Wei, H Zhou, J Shi, S Nahavandi
Sign languages are one of the most essential communication skills for hearing-impaired people, yet they are not easy to understand for hearing people and this situation has created communication barriers through many aspects of our society. While recruiting a sign language interpreter for each hearing-impaired people is apparently not feasible, improving the communication effectiveness through up-to-date research work in the field of haptics, motion capture and face recognition can be promising and practical. In this paper, we review a number of previous methods in sign language recognition using different approaches, and identify a few techniques that may improve the effectiveness of the communication pipeline between hearing-impaired and hearing people. These techniques can be fit into a comprehensive communication pipeline and serve as a foundation model for more research work between hearing-impaired and hearing people.

History

Volume

691

Pagination

253-261

Location

Kunming, China

Start date

2017-05-20

End date

2017-05-21

ISSN

2194-5357

eISSN

2194-5365

ISBN-13

9783319709895

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2018, Springer International Publishing

Editor/Contributor(s)

Qiao F, Patnaik S, Wang J

Title of proceedings

ICMIR 2017 : Proceedings of the International Conference on Mechatronics and Intelligent Robotics - Volume 2

Event

ICMIR Mechatronics and Intelligent Robotics. International Conference (2017 : Kunming, China)

Publisher

Springer International Publishing

Place of publication

Cham, Switzerland

Series

Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (Book Series AISC)

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