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Matignon-LSF: a Large Corpus of Interpreted French Sign Language

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In this paper we present Matignon-LSF, the first dataset of interpreted French Sign Language (LSF) and one of the largest LSF dataset available for research to date. This is a dataset of live interpreted LSF during public speeches by the French government. The dataset comprises 39 hours of LSF videos with French language audio and corresponding subtitles. In addition to this data, we offer pre-computed video features (I3D). We provide a detailed analysis of the proposed dataset as well as some experimental results to demonstrate the interest of this novel dataset.
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hal-04593865 , version 1 (30-05-2024)

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Julie Halbout, Diandra Fabre, Yanis Ouakrim, Julie Lascar, Annelies Braffort, et al.. Matignon-LSF: a Large Corpus of Interpreted French Sign Language. LREC-COLING 2024 11th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Evaluation of Sign Language Resources, May 2024, Turin, Italy. pp.202-208. ⟨hal-04593865⟩
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