Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of MURML


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10/19/12 16:29:54 (7 years ago)
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welberge
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    11= MURML = 
    2 The MURML extension provides MURML descriptions for facial animation and gesture in BML. The namespace for MURML is http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/ags/soa/murml. 
     2AsapRealizer's MURML extension encompasses the detailed description of facial animation and gesture. It does not encompas MURML's synchronization mechanisms and speech description, since these can be specified in BML and its core description levels. The namespace for MURML is http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/ags/soa/murml.  
    33 
    44== MURML hand gesture == 
     5A hand gesture can be specified using the <murmlgesture> behavior. 
    56{{{ 
    67<bml xmlns="http://www.bml-initiative.org/bml/bml-1.0"  id="bml1" >  
     
    3839}}} 
    3940 
     41or, preferably, using the MURML description extension: 
     42 
     43{{{ 
     44<gesture id="g1" mode="LEFT_HAND" lexeme="BEAT" start="0.5">  
     45  <description priority="1" type="murmlgesture">  
     46    <murml-description xmlns="http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/ags/soa/murml">  
     47    ... 
     48    </murml-description>  
     49  </description>  
     50</gesture>  
     51}}} 
     52 
    4053== MURML face gesture == 
     54MURML face gestures can similarly be described by the <murmlface> element 
    4155{{{ 
    4256<bml xmlns="http://www.bml-initiative.org/bml/bml-1.0"  id="bml1" >  
     
    6680}}} 
    6781 
    68 == Using MURML as a <faceLexeme> or <gesture> description extension == 
     82Or preferably as an extension of e.g. <faceLexeme>: 
    6983 
    7084{{{ 
     
    90104}}} 
    91105 
    92 {{{ 
    93 <gesture id="g1" mode="LEFT_HAND" lexeme="BEAT" start="0.5">  
    94   <description priority="1" type="murmlgesture">  
    95     <murml-description xmlns="http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/ags/soa/murml">  
    96     ... 
    97     </murml-description>  
    98   </description>  
    99 </gesture>  
    100 }}} 
    101  
    102106= From MURML to BML, an example = 
    103107 
     108The example below shows how a MURML description can be translated to BML: 
    104109MURML 
    105110{{{