Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of MURML


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10/19/12 15:31:39 (7 years ago)
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welberge
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    185185</bml> 
    186186}}} 
    187 To model the focus in speech, we use the 
    188 [http://www.mindmakers.org/projects/bml-1-0/wiki/Wiki#MaryXML-Core-Description-Extension Mary XML core description extension]. 
     187The MURML example contains two chunks, one with the intonation phrase "And now take this bar" + gesture gesture_1 and one with the intonation phrase "and make it this big." + gesture gesture_2. In BML, these chunks can be modeled in two BML blocks that 
     188are composed using the CHUNK_AFTER composition. Since core-bml does not contain any specification mechanisms for the MURML focus, we model the focus in speech, using the [http://www.mindmakers.org/projects/bml-1-0/wiki/Wiki#MaryXML-Core-Description-Extension Mary XML core description extension]. The MURML pointing gesture (with id gesture_1) can directly be translated into a BML pointing gesture. gesture_2 is modeled in core BML as a lexicalized gesture. The finer grained MURML specification is provided within a description extension.