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AbstractA sign language recognition apparatus and method is provided for translating hand gestures into speech or written text. The apparatus includes a number of sensors on the hand, arm and shoulder to measure dynamic and static gestures. The sensors are connected to a microprocessor to search a library of gestures and generate output signals that can then be used to produce a synthesized voice or written text. The apparatus includes sensors such as accelerometers on the fingers and thumb and two accelerometers on the back of the hand to detect motion and orientation of the hand. Sensors are also provided on the back of the hand or wrist to detect forearm rotation, an angle sensor to detect flexing of the elbow, two sensors on the upper arm to detect arm elevation and rotation, and a sensor on the upper arm to detect arm twist. The sensors transmit the data to the microprocessor to determine the shape, position and orientation of the hand relative to the body of the user.
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The processor architecture is described using verilog and synthesized using Xilinx Spartan 3E.
Key words: MIPS processor, pipeline, writeback, stall.
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This paper describes implementation of the Electroencephalogram data using Discrete Wavelet Transform and it's inverse.
Key words: Electroencephalogram, Epilepsy, Discrete Wavelet Transform, Analysis and Synthesis filters
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