American Sign Language Recognition using Deep Learning
A P Purushotham, Jayanth A, Kiran Kumar S, Akilesh N S
ASL, American Sign Language, CNN, Deep Learning
ASL (American Sign Language) is a difficult language. It is determined by the unique gesture stander of marks on the hands. Hands convey these marks, with face expression and body position assisting. ASL is the primary language of deaf and hard-of-hearing persons in North America and other parts of the world. The use of Deep Learning to recognise static ASL gestures is proposed in this paper. The contribution consists of a problem-solving approach. Convolution Neural Network (CNN) and Deep learning has been used to classify the 24 alphabetic static letters of ASL. The classification accuracy is 99.68 percent, with a loss function error of 0.32. In compared to other comparable studies like CNN, SVM, and ANN for training, the training is quick and produces excellent results.
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Unique Paper ID: 154907

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 579 - 583
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