Chapters on Technology & Deafness
The first chapter on technology and
Deafness provides full explanation about benefits and problems of cochlear implants. The second chapter describes a multimedia system that uses Brazilian Sign Language animated signs and digitized speech to allow telecommunication, face to face communication between Deaf and hearing, and communication by quadriplegic Deaf patients suffering from cerebral-palsy or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The third chapter describes a computerized system for cheremic (i.e., hand-shape) indexing and search of Brazilian Sign Language that allows the Deaf to locate the signs of this dictionary without depending on Portuguese glosses, and to have easy access to the signs of the communication system without depending on semantic indexing.

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Volume One:
ISBN: 85-314-0600-5
Volume Two:
ISBN: 85-314-0603-X

 

The Brazilian Sign Language Dictionary
A Two-Volume Encyclopedia
on Brazilian Sign Language

For Information, write to:
Dr. Fernando Capovilla, Editor
Email: capovilla@usp.br

To Purchase in Brazil


Contact the Library of the Psychology Institute - University of São Paulo
Serviço de Biblioteca e Documentação do Instituto de Psicologia da USP
Av. Prof. Mello Moraes, 1721,
São Paulo, SP, 05508-900, Brazil
Fax (11) 3818-4392
Telephone: (11) 3818-4300
or (11) 3818-4392

To Purchase Outside Brazil


Contact the University of
São Paulo Publishing House
Editora da Universidade de São Paulo
Avenida Prof. Luciano Gualberto,
Travessa J. 374, 6 andar - Ed. da Antiga Reitoria - Cidade Universitaria
05508-900, Sao Paulo - SP - Brasil
Fax: (11) 3818-4151
Telephone: (11) 3818-4008
or (11) 3818-4150
Email: edusp@edu.usp.br
Web: http://www.usp.br/edusp

 
 


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