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Discriminant Features and Temporal Structure of Nonmanuals in American Sign Language

Figure 6

Visual representation of the ATL feature vector.

The dark blue color indicates a low number of occurrences for an event, while a dark orange color indicates a high number of repetitions. This figure is the histogram corresponding to the example in Fig. 5. The feature vector entries () are read from left to right ().

Figure 6

doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0086268.g006