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SPOKEN AND SIGN LANGUAGE PROCESSING USING GRAMMATICALLY AUGMENTED ONTOLOGY

The mathematical model of grammatically augmented ontology was introduced to address this issue. This model was used for grammatical analysis of Ukrainian sentences. Domain specific language named GAODL for description of grammatically augmented ontology was developed. The grammar of the language was defined by means of Xtext extension for Eclipse. The developed language was used as an auxiliary part of the infor-mation technology for bidirectional Ukrainian sign language translation.

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Davydov, M., & Lozynska, O. (2015). Spoken and sign language processing using grammatically augmented ontology. Applied Computer Science, 11(2), 29-42. 
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Davydov, Maksym, and Olga Lozynska. "Spoken and Sign Language Processing Using Grammatically Augmented Ontology." Applied Computer Science 11, no. 2 (2015): 29-42.
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M. Davydov and O. Lozynska, "Spoken and sign language processing using grammatically augmented ontology," Applied Computer Science, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 29-42, 2015.
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Davydov M, Lozynska O. Spoken and sign language processing using grammatically augmented ontology. Applied Computer Science. 2015;11(2):29-42.
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