Vers un inventaire ordonné des configurations manuelles de la LSF
Leïla Boutora.

This article deals with French Sign Language (FSL), and particularly with the question of the definition of its minimal units (in realisation and perception). The general aim of this work is to know if we can make strict equivalence between phonems, the minimal units of realisation of vocalic languages (VL), and the minimal units of sign languages (SL). We make a focus on the status of handshapes in FSL in the lexicon and on the problem we are faced with the definition of their inventory in « phonetic » terms.