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Sarah Ebling
Sarah Ebling
University of Zurich, Department of Computational Linguistics
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Building a German/simple German parallel corpus for automatic text simplification
D Klaper, S Ebling, M Volk
University of Zurich, 2013
492013
SMILE Swiss German sign language dataset
S Ebling, NC Camgöz, PB Braem, K Tissi, S Sidler-Miserez, S Stoll, ...
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Language Resources and …, 2018
452018
Building a Swiss German Sign Language avatar with JASigning and evaluating it among the Deaf community
S Ebling, J Glauert
Universal Access in the Information Society 15, 577-587, 2016
442016
Real-time sign language detection using human pose estimation
A Moryossef, I Tsochantaridis, R Aharoni, S Ebling, S Narayanan
Computer Vision–ECCV 2020 Workshops: Glasgow, UK, August 23–28, 2020 …, 2020
402020
Bridging the gap between sign language machine translation and sign language animation using sequence classification
S Ebling, M Huenerfauth
Proceedings of SLPAT 2015: 6th workshop on speech and language processing …, 2015
312015
Exploiting the full potential of JASigning to build an avatar signing train announcements
S Ebling, J Glauert
University of Zurich, 2013
312013
Demographic and experiential factors influencing acceptance of sign language animation by deaf users
H Kacorri, M Huenerfauth, S Ebling, K Patel, M Willard
Proceedings of the 17th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers …, 2015
272015
Regression analysis of demographic and technology-experience factors influencing acceptance of sign language animation
H Kacorri, M Huenerfauth, S Ebling, K Patel, K Menzies, M Willard
ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS) 10 (1), 1-33, 2017
232017
Rule-based automatic text simplification for German
J Suter, S Ebling, M Volk
University of Zurich, 2016
202016
Evaluating the immediate applicability of pose estimation for sign language recognition
A Moryossef, I Tsochantaridis, J Dinn, NC Camgoz, R Bowden, T Jiang, ...
Proceedings of the IEEE/CVF Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern …, 2021
182021
Helping domain experts build phrasal speech translation systems
M Rayner, A Armando, P Bouillon, S Ebling, J Gerlach, S Halimi, I Strasly, ...
Future and Emergent Trends in Language Technology: First International …, 2016
172016
A corpus for automatic readability assessment and text simplification of German
A Battisti, S Ebling
arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.09067, 2019
162019
An open web platform for rule-based speech-to-sign translation
M Rayner, P Bouillon, S Ebling, J Gerlach, I Strasly, N Tsourakis
Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2016
152016
Automatic Translation from German to Synthesized Swiss German Sign Language
S Ebling
University of Zurich, 2016
152016
Factors to consider when making lexical comparisons of sign languages: Notes from an ongoing comparison of German Sign Language and Swiss German Sign Language
S Ebling, R Konrad, PB Braem, G Langer
Sign Language Studies 16 (1), 30-56, 2015
152015
Gibt es eine Sprache des politischen Extremismus
S Ebling, J Scharloth, T Dussa, N Bubenhofer
Die da oben. Texte, Medien, Partizipation. Bremen, Hempen Verlag, 43-68, 2014
152014
Evaluating a swiss german sign language avatar among the deaf community
S Ebling
University of Zurich, 2013
132013
Benchmarking data-driven automatic text simplification for German
A Säuberli, S Ebling, M Volk
Proceedings of the 1st workshop on tools and resources to empower people …, 2020
122020
Synthesizing the finger alphabet of Swiss German Sign Language and evaluating the comprehensibility of the resulting animations
S Ebling, R Wolfe, J Schnepp, S Baowidan, J McDonald, R Moncrief, ...
SPLAT, 2015
122015
Digging for names in the mountains: Combined person name recognition and reference resolution for German alpine texts
S Ebling, R Sennrich, D Klaper
Human Language Technology Challenges for Computer Science and Linguistics …, 2014
102014
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