Jan Bungeroth


2008

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The ATIS Sign Language Corpus
Jan Bungeroth | Daniel Stein | Philippe Dreuw | Hermann Ney | Sara Morrissey | Andy Way | Lynette van Zijl
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'08)

Systems that automatically process sign language rely on appropriate data. We therefore present the ATIS sign language corpus that is based on the domain of air travel information. It is available for five languages, English, German, Irish sign language, German sign language and South African sign language. The corpus can be used for different tasks like automatic statistical translation and automatic sign language recognition and it allows the specific modeling of spatial references in signing space.

2006

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A German Sign Language Corpus of the Domain Weather Report
Jan Bungeroth | Daniel Stein | Philippe Dreuw | Morteza Zahedi | Hermann Ney
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’06)

All systems for automatic sign language translation and recognition, in particular statistical systems, rely on adequately sized corpora. For this purpose, we created the Phoenix corpus that is based on German television weather reports translated into German Sign Language. It comes with a rich annotation of the video data, a bilingual text-based sentence corpus and a monolingual German corpus. All systems for automatic sign language translation and recognition, in particular statistical systems, rely on adequately sized corpora. For this purpose, we created the Phoenix corpus that is based on German television weather reports translated into German Sign Language. It comes with a rich annotation of the video data, a bilingual text-based sentence corpus and a monolingual German corpus.

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Morpho-Syntax Based Statistical Methods for Automatic Sign Language Translation
Daniel Stein | Jan Bungeroth | Hermann Ney
Proceedings of the 11th Annual conference of the European Association for Machine Translation