Intangible cultural heritage preservation: An exploratory study of digitization of the historical literature of Chinese Kunqu opera librettos

@article{Chen2014IntangibleCH,
  title={Intangible cultural heritage preservation: An exploratory study of digitization of the historical literature of Chinese Kunqu opera librettos},
  author={Gen-Fang Chen},
  journal={ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={4:1-4:16}
}
  • Gen-Fang Chen
  • Published 13 February 2014
  • Art
  • ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage
This article introduces the study contents and some research findings regarding digital preservation methods for Chinese Kunqu opera libretto historical literature, including historical literature electronic libretto transformation, libretto musical score image segmentation, musical information recognition, musical score information representation, musical score information storage, and libretto reconstruction on the Web. It proposes a novel editable text method to represent the… 

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