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Character-based Recognition of Simple Word Gesture

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Author(s): Paulus Insap Santosa

Journal: TELKOMNIKA
ISSN 1693-6930

Volume: 11;
Issue: 3;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: hearing impared | sign language | identification | gesture | nearest neighbor method

ABSTRACT
People with normal senses use spoken language to communicate with others. This method cannot be used by those with hearing and speech impaired. These two groups of people will have difficulty when they try to communicate to each other using their own language. Sign language is not easy to learn, as there are various sign languages, and not many tutors are available. This research focused on a simple word recognition gesture based on characters that form a word to be recognized. The method used for character recognition was the nearest neighbour method. This method identified different fingers using the different markers attached to each finger. Testing a simple word gesture recognition is done by providing a series of characters that make up the intended simple word. The accuracy of a simple word gesture recognition depended upon the accuracy of recognition of each character.
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