Publications



2018

Stephanie Ludi, Matt Huenerfauth, Vicki Hanson, Nidhi Palan, and Paula Garcia. 2018 (to appear). Teaching Inclusive Thinking to Undergraduate Students in Computing Programs. In Proceedings of the 2018 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE'18). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
[To be Available on ACM Digital Library]



2017

Hernisa Kacorri, Matt Huenerfauth, Sarah Ebling, Kasmira Patel, Kellie Menzies, Mackenzie Willard. 2017. "Regression Analysis of Demographic and Technology Experience Factors Influencing Acceptance of Sign Language Animation." ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing. 10, 1, Article 3 (April 2017), 33 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3046787
[Available on ACM Digital Library]

Matt Huenerfauth, Elaine Gale, Brian Penly, Sree Pillutla, Mackenzie Willard, Dhananjai Hariharan. 2017. "Evaluation of Language Feedback Methods for Student Videos of American Sign Language." ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing. 10, 1, Article 2 (April 2017), 30 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3046788
[Available on ACM Digital Library]

Kevin Rathbun, Larwan Berke, Christopher Caulfield, Michael Stinson, Matt Huenerfauth. 2017. “Eye Movements of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Viewers of Automatic Captions.” Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities, California State University, Northridge.
[Available on Scholarworks]

Matt Huenerfauth, Kasmira Patel, Larwan Berke. 2017 (to appear). Design and Psychometric Evaluation of an American Sign Language Translation of the System Usability Scale. In Proceedings of the 19th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'17). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
Conference Award: Best Paper Nominee, ASSETS 2017.
[To be Available on ACM Digital Library]

Sushant Kafle, Matt Huenerfauth. 2017 (to appear). Evaluating the Usability of Automatically Generated Captions for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. In Proceedings of the 19th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'17). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
Conference Award: Best Paper Nominee, ASSETS 2017.
[To be Available on ACM Digital Library]

Larwan Berke, Christopher Caulfield, Matt Huenerfauth. 2017 (to appear). Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Perspectives on Imperfect Automatic Speech Recognition for Captioning One-on-One Meetings. In Proceedings of the 19th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'17). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
[To be Available on ACM Digital Library]

Khaled Albusays, Stephanie Ludi, Matt Huenerfauth. 2017 (to appear). Interviews and Observation of Blind Software Developers at Work to Understand Code Navigation Challenges. In Proceedings of the 19th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'17). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
[To be Available on ACM Digital Library]

Nidhi Palan, Matt Huenerfauth, Stephanie Ludi, Vicki Hanson. 2017. Teaching Inclusive Thinking in Undergraduate Computing. In Proceedings of the 19th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'17). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
[Available on ACM Digital Library]

Michael Stinson, James Mallory, Lisa Elliot, Michael Stinson, Donna Easton, and Matt Huenerfauth. 2017. “Field Study of Using Automatic Speech Recognition to Facilitate Communication between Deaf Students and Hearing Customers.” NTID Scholarship Symposium, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY, January 12, 2017.
[Available online]

Lisa Elliot, Michael Stinson, Donna Easton, James Mallory, and Matt Huenerfauth. 2017. “Communication Strategies in the Workplace Survey.” NTID Scholarship Symposium, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY, January 12, 2017.
[Available online]

Larwan Berke, Sushant Kafle, Christopher Caulfield, Matt Huenerfauth, and Michael Stinson. 2017. “Making the Best of Imperfect Automatic Speech Recognition for Captioning One-on-One Meetings.” NTID Scholarship Symposium, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY, January 12, 2017.
[Available online]



2016

Matt Huenerfauth, Hernisa Kacorri. 2016. “Eyetracking Metrics Related to Subjective Assessments of ASL Animations.” Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities, California State University, Northridge.
[Available on Scholarworks]

Hernisa Kacorri and Matt Huenerfauth. 2016. “Continuous Profile Models in ASL Syntactic Facial Expression Synthesis.” Proceedings of the 54rd Annual Meeting on Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL '16). Association for Computational Linguistics, Stroudsburg, PA, USA.
[Available on ACL Anthology]

Lisa Elliot, Michael Stinson, James Mallory, Donna Easton, Matt Huenerfauth. 2016. Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals’ Perceptions of Communication with Hearing Colleagues in Small Groups. In Proceedings of the 18th Annual SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'16). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 271-272. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/2982142.2982198
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Available on Scholarworks]

Sushant Kafle, Matt Huenerfauth. 2016. “Effect of Speech Recognition Errors on Text Understandability for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.” Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT), INTERSPEECH 2016, San Francisco, CA, USA.
[Available on Scholarworks]

Hernisa Kacorri, Matt Huenerfauth. 2016. “Selecting Exemplar Recordings of American Sign Language Non-Manual Expressions for Animation Synthesis Based on Manual Sign Timing.” Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT), INTERSPEECH 2016, San Francisco, CA, USA.
[Available on Scholarworks]

Chenyang Zhang, Yingli Tian, Matt Huenerfauth. 2016. “Multi-Modality American Sign Language Recognition.” In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP 2016), Phoenix, Arizona, USA. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/ICIP.2016.7532886
[Available on IEEE Explorer] [Available on Scholarworks]

Mark Dilsizian, Zhiqiang Tang, Dimitris Metaxas, Matt Huenerfauth, Carol Neidle. 2016. “The Importance of 3D Motion Trajectories for Computer-based Sign Recognition.” Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Corpus Mining, The 10th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016), Portoroz, Slovenia.
[Available on Scholarworks]

Hernisa Kacorri, Ali Raza Syed, Matt Huenerfauth, Carol Neidle. 2016. “Centroid-Based Exemplar Selection of ASL Non-Manual Expressions using Multidimensional Dynamic Time Warping and MPEG4 Features.” Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Corpus Mining, The 10th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016), Portoroz, Slovenia.
[Available on Scholarworks]

Hernisa Kacorri. 2016. Data-Driven Synthesis and Evaluation of Syntactic Facial Expressions in American Sign Language Animation. Doctoral Dissertation, Computer Science, City University of New York.
[Available on CUNY Academicworks]



2015

Matt Huenerfauth, Hernisa Kacorri. 2015. Best Practices for Conducting Evaluations of Sign Language Animation. Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities, Volume 3, September 2015, California State University, Northridge.
[Available Online Open-Access]

Hernisa Kacorri, Matt Huenerfauth. 2015. Comparison of Finite-Repertoire and Data-Driven Facial Expressions for Sign Language Avatars. Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction, Access to Interaction. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Volume 9176, pp. 393-403. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
[Available from Springer]

Hernisa Kacorri, Matt Huenerfauth, Sarah Ebling, Kasmira Patel, Mackenzie Willard. 2015. Demographic and Experiential Factors Influencing Acceptance of Sign Language Animation by Deaf Users. In Proceedings of the 17th Annual SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'16). Lisbon, Portugal. New York: ACM Press.
[Available on ACM Digital Library]

Matt Huenerfauth, Elaine Gale, Brian Penly, Mackenzie Willard, Dhananjai Hariharan. 2015. Comparing Methods of Displaying Language Feedback for Student Videos of American Sign Language. In Proceedings of the 17th Annual SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'16). Lisbon, Portugal. New York: ACM Press.
[Available on ACM Digital Library]

Matt Huenerfauth, Pengfei Lu, Hernisa Kacorri. 2015. Synthesizing and Evaluating Animations of American Sign Language Verbs Modeled from Motion-Capture Data. Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT), INTERSPEECH 2015, Dresden, Germany.
[Available on the ACL Anthology]

Hernisa Kacorri, Matt Huenerfauth. 2015. Evaluating a Dynamic Time Warping Based Scoring Algorithm for Facial Expressions in ASL Animations. Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT), INTERSPEECH 2015, Dresden, Germany.
[Available on the ACL Anthology]

Sarah Ebling, Matt Huenerfauth. 2015. Bridging the gap between sign language machine translation and sign language animation using sequence classification. Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT), INTERSPEECH 2015, Dresden, Germany.
[Available on the ACL Anthology]

Matt Huenerfauth, Hernisa Kacorri. 2015. Best Practices for Conducting Evaluations of Sign Language Animation. Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities, Volume 3, September 2015, California State University, Northridge.
[Available Online Open-Access]

Matt Huenerfauth, Elaine Gale, Brian Penly, Mackenzie Willard, Dhananjai Hariharan. 2015. “Designing Tools to Facilitate Students Learning American Sign Language.” Effective Access Technologies Conference, Rochester, New York, USA. November 10, 2015. Poster Presentation.
Finalist for Best Poster Award 2015
[Available on Scholarworks]

Hernisa Kacorri, Matt Huenerfauth, Sarah Ebling, Kasmira Patel, Mackenzie Willard, Kellie Menzies. 2015. “Measuring Participant Characteristics that Relate to Sign Language Technology Acceptance.” Effective Access Technologies Conference, Rochester, New York, USA. November 10, 2015. Poster Presentation.
[Available on Scholarworks]

Matt Huenerfauth, Hernisa Kacorri. 2015. Augmenting EMBR Virtual Human Animation System with MPEG-4 Controls for Producing ASL Facial Expressions. The Fifth International Workshop on Sign Language Translation and Avatar Technology (SLTAT), Paris, France, April 9-10, 2015.
[Official PDF]

Allen V.R. Harper. 2015. Eye Tracking and Performance Evaluation: Automatic Detection of User Outcomes. Doctoral Dissertation, Computer Science, City University of New York.
[Available on CUNY Academicworks]



2014

Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2014. Collecting and Evaluating the CUNY ASL Corpus for Research on American Sign Language Animation. Computer Speech & Language. Volume 28, Issue 3, May 2014, Pages 812–831. Elsevier. doi:10.1016/j.csl.2013.10.004
[Available from Science Direct] [Unofficial Preprint PDF]

Hernisa Kacorri, Allen Harper, Matt Huenerfauth. 2014. Measuring the Perception of Facial Expressions in American Sign Language Animations with Eye Tracking. Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 8516, pp. 549-559. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
[Available from Springer] [Unofficial Preprint PDF]

Hernisa Kacorri, Matt Huenerfauth. 2014. Implementation and evaluation of animation controls sufficient for conveying ASL facial expressions. In Proceedings of The 16th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS'14). Rochester, New York, USA. New York: ACM Press.
[Available on the ACM Digital Library]

Matt Huenerfauth. 2014. Learning to Generate Understandable Animations of American Sign Language. In Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Effective Access Technologies Conference, Rochester, NY, USA, June 2014. Rochester Institute of Technology.
[Available from ScholarWorks] [Official PDF]

Matt Huenerfauth, Hernisa Kacorri. 2014. Release of Experimental Stimuli and Questions for Evaluating Facial Expressions in Animations of American Sign Language. Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Beyond the Manual Channel, The 9th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2014), Reykjavik, Iceland.
[Unofficial Preprint PDF] [Available from Workshop Website]

Joshua Waxman. 2014. Systematic Comparison Of Cross-Lingual Projection Techniques For Low-Density Nlp Under Strict Resource Constraints. Doctoral Dissertation, Computer Science, City University of New York. Dissertations and Theses, 2014-Present. Paper 395. http://works.gc.cuny.edu/etd/395
[Available on CUNY Academic Works]

Pengfei Lu. 2014. Data-driven synthesis of animations of spatially inflected american sign language verbs using human data. Doctoral Dissertation, Computer Science, City University of New York. ISBN: 978-1-303-73871-5
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Available on ProQuest]



2013

Hernisa Kacorri, Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2013. Effect of Displaying Human Videos During an Evaluation Study of American Sign Language Animation. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing. Volume 5, Issue 2, Article 4 (October 2013), 31 pages. DOI=10.1145/2517038
[Available on ACM Digital Library.] [Unofficial Preprint PDF.]

Hernisa Kacorri, Allen Harper, Matt Huenerfauth. 2013. Comparing Native Signers Perception of American Sign Language Animations and Videos via Eye Tracking. In Proceedings of the 15th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS '13). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 9, 8 pages. DOI=10.1145/2513383.2513441
[Available on ACM Digital Library.] [Unofficial Preprint PDF.]

Hernisa Kacorri, Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2013. “Evaluating Facial Expressions in American Sign Language Animations for Accessible Online Information.” Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Design Methods, Tools, and Interaction Techniques for eInclusion, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 8009, 2013, pp 510-519.
[Available on Springerlink] [Unofficial Preprint PDF.]

Hernisa Kacorri. 2013. “Models of linguistic facial expressions for American Sign Language animation,” ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing, Issue 105, January 2013, pages 19-23
[Available on ACM Digital Library]



2012

Pengfei Lu and Hernisa Kacorri. 2012. “Effect Of Presenting Video As A Baseline During An American Sign Language Animation User Study.” The 14th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2012), Boulder, Colorado, USA. New York: ACM Press.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Matt Huenerfauth, Pengfei Lu. 2012. “Effect of Spatial Reference and Verb Infection on the Usability of American Sign Language Animations.” Universal Access in the Information Society: Volume 11, Issue 2 (June 2012), pages 169-184. doi: 10.1007/s10209-011-0247-7.
[Unofficial Preprint PDF.] [Available on Springerlink.]

Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2012. “Learning a Vector-Based Model of American Sign Language Inflecting Verbs from Motion-Capture Data.” Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT), The 2012 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (NAACL-HLT 2012), Montreal, Quebec, Canada. East Stroudsburg, PA: Association for Computational Linguistics.
[Available on the ACL Anthology] [Unofficial Preprint PDF.]

Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2012. “CUNY American Sign Language Motion-Capture Corpus: First Release.” Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Interactions between Corpus and Lexicon, The 8th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2012), Istanbul, Turkey.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF.]



2011

Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2011. “Synthesizing American Sign Language Spatially Inflected Verbs from Motion-Capture Data.” The Second International Workshop on Sign Language Translation and Avatar Technology (SLTAT), The 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2011), Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF.]

Matt Huenerfauth, Pengfei Lu and Andrew Rosenberg. 2011. “Evaluating Importance of Facial Expression in American Sign Language and Pidgin Signed English Animations.” The 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2011), Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom. New York: ACM Press.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2011. “Collecting an American Sign Language Corpus through the Participation of Native Signers.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction (UAHCI). Orlando, Florida, USA. July 2011.
[Available on Springerlink.] [Adobe Acrobat PDF.]

Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2011. “Data-Driven Synthesis of Spatially Inflected Verbs for American Sign Language Animation.” ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing. Volume 4 Issue 1, November 2011. New York: ACM Press. 29 pages.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]



2010

Martin Jansche, Lijun Feng, Matt Huenerfauth. 2010. “Reading Difficulty in Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: Analysis with a Hierarchical Latent Trait Model.” The 12th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2010), Poster Session, Orlando, Florida, USA. New York: ACM Press, pp. 277-278.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Matt Huenerfauth, Pengfei Lu. 2010. “Modeling and Synthesizing Spatially Inflected Verbs for American Sign Language Animations.” In Proceedings of The 12th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2010), Orlando, Florida, USA. New York: ACM Press.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Lijun Feng, Martin Jansche, Matt Huenerfauth, Noémie Elhadad. 2010. “A Comparison of Features for Automatic Readability Assessment.” In Proceedings of The 23rd International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2010), Beijing, China.
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Also on: ACL Anthology.]

Matt Huenerfauth, Pengfei Lu. 2010. “Accurate and Accessible Motion-Capture Glove Calibration for Sign Language Data Collection.” ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing, Volume 3, Number 1, Article 2. New York: ACM Press. 32 pages.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Matt Huenerfauth. 2010. “Participation of High School and Undergraduate Students who are Deaf in Research on American Sign Language Animation.” ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing newsletter. New York: ACM Press. Issue 97 (June 2010).
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2010. “Collecting a Motion-Capture Corpus of American Sign Language for Data-Driven Generation Research,” Proceedings of the First Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies (SLPAT), Human Language Technologies: The 11th Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (HLT-NAACL 2010), Los Angeles, CA, USA. East Stroudsburg, PA: Association for Computational Linguistics.
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Also on: ACL Anthology.]

Matt Huenerfauth, Pengfei Lu. 2010. “Eliciting Spatial Reference for a Motion-Capture Corpus of American Sign Language Discourse,” Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Signed Languages: Corpora and Sign Language Technologies, The 7th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2010), Valetta, Malta.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF]

Matt Huenerfauth. 2010. “Representing American Sign Language Classifier Predicates Using Spatially Parameterized Planning Templates.” In M.T. Banich and D. Caccamise (eds), Generalization of Knowledge: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. New York: Psychology Press.
[Available from Psychology Press.] [Available on Amazon.] [Available on iBooks.]

Lijun Feng. 2010. Automatic readability assessment. Doctoral Dissertation, Computer Science, City University of New York. ISBN: 978-1-124-28999-1
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Available on ProQuest]

Pengfei Lu. 2010. “Modeling animations of American Sign Language verbs through motion-capture of native ASL signers,” ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing, Issue 96, January 2010, pages 41-45
[Available on ACM Digital Library]

Lijun Feng. 2010. Automatic Readability Assessment. Doctoral Dissertation, Computer Science, City University of New York.
[Available on CUNY Academicworks]



2009

Matt Huenerfauth, Lijun Feng, Noemie Elhadad. 2009. “Comparing Evaluation Techniques for Text Readability Software for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities.” In Proceedings of the 11th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2009), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Pengfei Lu, Matt Huenerfauth. 2009. “Accessible Motion-Capture Glove Calibration Protocol for Recording Sign Language Data from Deaf Subjects.” In Proceedings of the 11th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2009), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Matt Huenerfauth. 2009. “Improving Spatial Reference in American Sign Language Animation through Data Collection from Native ASL Signers.” International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction (UAHCI). San Diego, CA. July 2009. In C. Stephanidis (Ed.), Universal Access in HCI, Part III, HCII 2009, LNCS 5616, pp. 530–539, 2009. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
[Available via Springerlink.] [Adobe Acrobat PDF]

Matt Huenerfauth. 2009. “A Linguistically Motivated Model for Speed and Pausing in Animations of American Sign Language.” ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (journal). Volume 2, Number 2, Article 9.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Lijun Feng, Noemie Elhadad, Matt Huenerfauth. 2009. “Cognitively Motivated Features for Readability Assessment,” Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2009), Athens, Greece.
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Also on: ACL Anthology.]

Matt Huenerfauth and Vicki L. Hanson.  2009.  Sign Language in the Interface: Access for Deaf Signers.  To appear in C. Stephanidis (Ed.), The Universal Access Handbook. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF] [Available from CRC Press.] [Available on CRCnetBase.] [Available on Amazon.]

Lijun Feng. 2009. “Automatic readability assessment for people with intellectual disabilities,” ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing, Issue 93, January 2009, pages 84-91
[Available on ACM Digital Library]



2008

Matt Huenerfauth. 2008. "Evaluation of a Psycholinguistically Motivated Timing Model for Animations of American Sign Language." The 10th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2008), Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Matt Huenerfauth. 2008. "Spatial, Temporal, and Semantic Models for American Sign Language Generation: Implications for Gesture Generation." International Journal of Semantic Computing. Volume 2, Number 1.
[Available on WorldScientific] [Journal homepage.]

Matt Huenerfauth, Liming Zhou, Erdan Gu and Jan Allbeck. 2008. "Evaluation of American Sign Language Generation by Native ASL Signers." ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (journal). Volume 1, Number 1, Article 3.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Matt Huenerfauth.  2008.  Generating American Sign Language Animation: Overcoming Misconceptions and Technical Challenges.  Universal Access in the Information Society (journal), Volume 6, Number 4.
[Available on Springerlink.]



2007

Matt Huenerfauth, Liming Zhou, Erdan Gu and Jan Allbeck.  2007.  Evaluating American Sign Language Generation Through the Participation of Native ASL Signers.   Ninth International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility, ASSETS-2007. Tempe, Arizona, USA. October 2007.
Conference Award: ACM SIGACCESS Best Technical Paper Award, 2007.
[Available on ACM Digital Library.]

Matt Huenerfauth, Liming Zhou, Erdan Gu and Jan Allbeck.  2007.  Design and Evaluation of an American Sign Language Generator.  45th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Workshop on Embodied Language Processing. Prague, Czech Republic. June 2007.
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Also: ACL Anthology.]



2006

Matt Huenerfauth.  2006.  Representing Coordination and Non-Coordination in American Sign Language Animations.  Behaviour & Information Technology (journal), Volume 25, Issue 4, Pages 285-295.
[Available from Taylor & Francis]

Matt Huenerfauth.  2006.  Generating American Sign Language Classifier Predicates For English-To-ASL Machine Translation.  Doctoral Dissertation, Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF]



2005

Matt Huenerfauth.  2005.  Representing Coordination and Non-Coordination in an American Sign Language Animation.  The 7th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2005), Baltimore, MD, USA.
Conference Award: ACM SIGACCESS Best Technical Paper Award, 2005.
[Available on ACM Digital Library]

Matt Huenerfauth.  2005.  American Sign Language Spatial Representations for an Accessible User-Interface.  3rd International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Las Vegas, NV, USA.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF]

Matt Huenerfauth.  2005.  American Sign Language Generation: Multimodal NLG with Multiple Linguistic Channels.  Student Research Workshop, The 43rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Ann Arbor, MI, USA.
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Also: ACL Anthology]

Matt Huenerfauth.  2005.  American Sign Language Natural Language Generation and Machine Translation.  ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing. New York: ACM Press. Issue 81 (January 2005).
[Available on ACM Digital Library]



2004

Matt Huenerfauth.  2004.  Spatial and Planning Models of ASL Classifier Predicates for Machine Translation.  The 10th International Conference on Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Machine Translation (TMI 2004). Baltimore, MD, USA.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF]

Matt Huenerfauth.  2004.  American Sign Language Natural Language Generation and Machine Translation.  The 6th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2004), Doctoral Consortium Presentation and Poster Session. Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Conference Award: Best Doctoral Candidate, Delivered Closing Plenary Address
Abstract: [Adobe Acrobat PDF]

Matt Huenerfauth.  2004.  Spatial Representation of Classifier Predicates for Machine Translation into American Sign Language.  Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Signed Languages, 4th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2004), Lisbon, Portugal.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF]

Matt Huenerfauth.  2004.  A Multi-Path Architecture for Machine Translation of English Text into American Sign Language Animation.  In the proceedings of the Student Workshop at the Human Language Technology conference / North American chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics annual meeting (HLT-NAACL 2004), Boston, MA, USA.
[Available on ACM Digital Library] [Also: ACL Anthology]



2003

Matt Huenerfauth.  2003.  A Survey and Critique of American Sign Language Natural Language Generation and Machine Translation Systems.  Technical Report MS-CIS-03-32, Computer and Information Science, University of Pennsylvania.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF]

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