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4: Two hypothetical contours, shown by dotted and dashed lines, and their possible EMD matching indicated by the arrows. The weighted points approximating each contour's segments are indicated by circles in the "source" contour and squares in the "sink" contour, with larger sizes indicating larger point weights for longer segments.

4: Two hypothetical contours, shown by dotted and dashed lines, and their possible EMD matching indicated by the arrows. The weighted points approximating each contour's segments are indicated by circles in the "source" contour and squares in the "sink" contour, with larger sizes indicating larger point weights for longer segments.

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A sign language tutoring system capable of generating detailed context-sensitive feedback to the user is presented in this dissertation. This stands in contrast with existing sign language tutor systems, which lack the capability of providing such feedback. A domain specific language is used to describe the constraints placed on the user’s movement...

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