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Software Requirements Specifications

Mobile Application for Deaf

Version 1.0
05 October, 2012

Group Members: 1. 2. 3. 4. Krishna Chachra Ashish Chandiramani Amrit Sangtani Rajesh Kanjan 12 13 53 64

Vivekanand Education Societys Institute Of Technology, Chembur

Mobile Application For Deaf

INTRODUCTION Sign Language:Sign language is a movement language which expresses certain semantic information through series of hands and arms motion, facial expressions & head/body postures. It is the basic communication medium between the deaf people. A translator is usually needed when an ordinary person wants to communicate with a deaf one. Deaf people use sign language as their medium of communication. Sign language recognition is a multidisciplinary research area involving pattern recognition, computer vision, natural language processing and psychology. It is a comprehensive problem because of the complexity of the visual analysis of hand gestures and the highly structured nature of sign languages.

Purpose:The purpose of this Software Requirements Specification (SRS) document is to describe the behavior of the Mobile Application for Deaf. The document also defines and describes the operations, interfaces, performance, and quality assurance requirements of the same. It also puts light on the nonfunctional requirements such as the user interfaces, the design constraints that are to be considered when the system is to be designed, and other factors necessary to provide a complete and comprehensive description of the requirements for the software. The Software Requirements Specification (SRS) captures the complete software requirements for the system, or a portion of the system.

Problem Definition:

The idea of this application is to design a communication bridge between the deaf The mobile application is intended to perform: 1. Tutor for the sign language (Alphabets, words, etc) 2. Text to Sign Language Converter.

& hearing people.

The SRS document takes references from the following:

This section describes in detail all the functional requirements.

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Level I Sign Language Tutor (Alphabets, Numbers etc) Level II Sign Language Tutor (Words) Level III Sign Language Tutor (Collection of words) Search This feature will allow the user to search the text over internet.

Non-functional requirements:
Response Time The system should be quick to response within seconds and if it is using the internet for the search then it may be variable on internet speed. Capacity The application is capable of handling 1 user at a time. The resources such as Battery and Processor must be utilized minimum.

Development Tools
1. Android Standard Development Kit 2. Eclipse IDE Class Libraries The application will make use of the existing Android packages.

Use Case diagram for conversion into sign language:-

Use Case diagram for tutor:-