An on-line Spanish-Spanish Sign Language (LSE) translation system is presented in which Spanish speech content is translated into LSE to provide Spanish deaf people access to the speech information. It is cloud-based, built over a speech recognition module, a transfer-based machine translation module and a Sign Language synthesis module that employs an avatar-like technology to present the signed content.
Index Terms: Spanish Sign Language, machine translation, speech recognition, deaf people
Bibliographic reference. Tejedor, Javier / López-Colino, Fernando / Porta, Jordi / Colás, José (2012): "An on-line, cloud-based Spanish-Spanish sign language translation system", In INTERSPEECH-2012, 2127-2128.