Carol Neidle, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Romance Studies Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
ASL, Syntax
Website:
http://www.bu.edu/asllrp/carol.html
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Liu J, Liu B, Zhang S, et al. (2014) Non-manual grammatical marker recognition based on multi-scale, spatio-temporal analysis of head pose and facial expressions Image and Vision Computing. 32: 671-681
Michael N, Yang P, Liu Q, et al. (2011) A framework for the recognition of non-manual markers in segmented sequences of American sign language Bmvc 2011 - Proceedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 2011
Zucchi S, Neidle C, Geraci C, et al. (2010) Functional markers in sign languages Sign Languages. 197-224
Michael N, Metaxas D, Neidle C. (2009) Spatial and temporal pyramids for grammatical expression recognition of American Sign Language Assets'09 - Proceedings of the 11th International Acm Sigaccess Conference On Computers and Accessibility. 75-82
Athitsos V, Neidle C, Sclaroff S, et al. (2008) The American Sign Language Lexicon Video Dataset 2008 Ieee Computer Society Conference On Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops, Cvpr Workshops
Tsechpenakis G, Metaxas D, Neidle C. (2006) Learning-based dynamic coupling of discrete and continuous trackers Computer Vision and Image Understanding. 104: 140-156
Castelli TJ, Betke M, Neidle C. (2006) Facial feature tracking and occlusion recovery in American Sign Language Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop On Pattern Recognition in Information Systems, Pris 2006, in Conjunction With Iceis 2006. 81-90
Neidle C, Conlin F, Hagstrom P. (2003) A Particle of Indefiniteness in American Sign Language Linguistic Discovery. 2
Neidle C. (2002) SignStream™: A database tool for research on visual-gestural language Sign Language & Linguistics. 4: 203-214
Neidle C. (2002) Language across modalities: ASL focus and question constructions Linguistic Variation Yearbook. 2: 71-98
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