Survey and analysis of Indian Sign Language Recognition research

Futane, P. R.; Dharaskar, R. V.; Thakare, V. M.
April 2014
International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science;Apr2014 Special Issue, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p79
Academic Journal
Research in sign languages domain is emerging among the researchers. In world, many develop sign languages exist and other like Indian sign language is still in developing phase. So to provide a helping hand to research aspirant of Indian sign language, this is an attempt which is an outcome of assimilation of recent surveyed work. We did an in-depth analysis of work by various researchers, studied their efforts, summarized it and presented in this paper. The findings are discussed in detail. Also the results achieved are quite comparable with the existing work in the domain of Sign language recognition.


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