Hsieh-Chang Tu

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The National Taiwan University Library has built a digital library of historical documents about Taiwan. The content is unique in that it covers about 80% of all primary Chinese historical materials about Taiwan before 1895, and that they are all available in searchable full text, in addition to metadata. To make these materials more accessible to the(More)
We propose an image retrieval methodology for a collection of similar images. By similar, we mean that one can define, for the collection, a set of dimensions, and for each of which a set of features. The dimensions are used to capture the essential characteristics of the images in the collection, and the features are for describing each image to a certain(More)
Land deeds were the only proof of ownership in pre-1900 Taiwan. They are indispensable for the studies of Taiwan’s social, anthropological, and economic evolution. We have built a full-text digital library that contains almost 40,000 land deeds. The deeds in our collection range over 250 years and are collected from over 100 sources. The unprecedented(More)
Humanists often have their own digitalized texts. Sometimes they want to extract as many terms of specific type as possible from the texts. Term extraction methods are computational algorithms to extract meaningful terms from a large corpus of digitized texts. Term-clips method is a semi-automatic term extraction algorithm that highly demands human-computer(More)
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