Richly grounding symbols in ASL
|Abstract||It was once common to regard ASL as less than a full-fledged language, as a mere combination of miming, pointing and a few primitive gestures. That conception of ASL was laid to rest by William Stokoe’s landmark work  and much careful research that has come in its wake. This work..|
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