The 2nd International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 2010

Conference Program

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Day One November 29(Monday): International Conference Hall
08:40-09:00
Registration   
09:00-09:20
Open Ceremony   
09:20-10:20
Keynote Speech I:
Digitalization: A Contemporary Opportunity for Bridging History and Society
  
Moderator: Vice President Tai-jen George Chen, National Taiwan University
International Conference Hall

Speaker:Man-houng Lin, Academia Historica [abs]   [slide]   
International Conference Hall
10:20-10:40
Coffee Break   
10:40-12:00
Case Studies I:
Digital Archives and Automated Reasoning Laboratory, NTU
[slide]  
Moderator: Prof. Mi-cha Wu, National Cheng Kung University
International Conference Hall
Information Technology and Open Problems in Documents of Taiwanese History
Feng-en Tu, National Taiwan University [abs]      
Analysing Taiwan Traditional Land Deeds with IT Tools
Pin-yen Chen, National Taiwan University [abs]      
Spatial Analysis of Land Deeds from Taiwanese Colonial Government
Chung-hsiang Ou, National Taiwan University [abs]      
International Conference Hall
12:00-13:00
Lunch   
International Conference Hall
13:00-14:00
Poster & Demostrations   
International Conference Hall
14:00-14:50
Keynote Speech II:   
Moderator: Prof. Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University
International Conference Hall
The Theoretical Foundation of Digital Humanistic Studies
Speaker:Prof. Guan-tao Jin, National Chengchi University. [abs]      
Research on the History of Idea and the Establishment and Application of the Database
Speaker:Prof. Qing-feng Liu, Chinese University of Hong Kong [abs]   [slide]   
International Conference Hall
14:50-15:50
Case Studies II:
Database for the Study of Modern Chinese Thought and Literature (1380-1930)
  
Moderator: Prof. Peng-sheng Chiu, Academia Sinica
International Conference Hall
The Background of China’s Communism: the Study of the Keyword “gaizao”
Yih-soong Yu, National Chengchi University [abs]   [slide]   
A Discussion of the Keywords Cluster and Meaning of the Text mining: Focusing on the "Qing Diplomatic Historical Data"
Wei-yun Chiu, National Chengchi University [abs]   [slide]   
"Isms" of the Digital Humanities
Quan-yi Zhan& Nae –Qin Wang, National Chengchi University [abs]   [slide]   
International Conference Hall
Paper Session I:
Creation and curation of digital resources
  
Moderator: Prof. Chi-tung Hung, Ming Chuan University
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Ancient Chinese Painting Database Construction
Xiao-shan Luo, China Academy of Art       
Digital Image Information to Help Preserve the Possibility of Settlement ─ A Case Study Figure of Blueprint Chung Hsing New Village
Ze-ye Xie, National Yunlin University of Science& Technology [abs]      
On the Process of Chinese Placenames in Digital Archives
Chien-hsiung Chao, Chinese Culture University [abs]      
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15:50-16:00
Coffee Break   
16:00-17:40
Paper Session II:
Applications of Digital Database on Historical Research
  
Moderator: Prof. Wen-liang Lee, National Taiwan University
International Conference Hall
Instrospecting the Application of Historical Database: A Study on the Plains Aborigines' Tribal Territory in the Nineteenth Century
Chih-hao Chen, National Taiwan University
 [abs]   [slide]   
On Reconstructing the Citation Relations among the Court Documents of the Qing China
Shih-pei Chen, Jieh Hsiang, Hou-ieong Ho& Hsieh-chang Tu, National Taiwan University
 [abs]   [slide]   
Rethinking the Classification of Taiwanese Land Deeds: From Establishment of Property Rights During Japanese Taiwan
Cheng-yo Lin, National Taiwan University
       
New Perspective on Family History: An Example from Dai Chao-chun Family Rise in Changhua County of the Qing Dynasty
Chao Kai Lee, National Chi Nan University [abs]   [slide]   
International Conference Hall
Paper Session III:
Literature and Culture Studies Enabled through Digital Medium
  
Moderator: Prof. Fang-mei Lin, National Taiwan Normal University
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Cultural Imagination and Discourse of Border—The Application of THDL to the Research of Poetry and Prose about Customs in Earlier Qing-Governed Period
Shu-hui Lin, National Taiwan Normal University [abs]   [slide]   
Media Content as Text: An Investigation into TAIKER Etude’s Rural Image
kuan-ming Su, Yi-hua Lu& Ho-chia Chueh, National Taiwan University [abs]   [slide]   
The Exploration of Life Narrative Database’s Keyword Analysis
Chun-hung Lin, Hsin-i Peng & Yun-long Huang, Fu Jen Catholic University [abs]   [slide]   
Analyzes Taiwan's Superstitious Culture and the Belief Culture from the Newspaper and the Traditional Poem's Database
Ren-jye Ye , National Taiwan Normal University [abs]   [slide]   
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18:00-19:30
Welcome Reception   
Day Two November 30(Tuesday): International Conference Hall
09:00-09:30
Registration   
International Conference Hall
09:30-10:30
Keynote Speech III:
The Integration of Technology, Content and Use in Digital Humanities: A New Digital Model for Exploring Our Amazing World, History, and Culture
[abs]  
Speaker:Prof. Ching-chih Chen,
President, Global Connection and Collaboration, Inc.
Professor Emeritus, Simmons College, Boston, USA
Honorary Chair Professor, National Tsing Hua University
Moderator: Director General Karl Min Ku, National Central Library
International Conference Hall
International Conference Hall
10:30-12:00
Panel:Digital Humanities in Asia Pacific Showcasing   
Moderator: Prof. Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University
International Conference Hall

Prof. Anna Gerber, University of Queensland, Australia. [abs]   [slide]   

Prof. Mitsuyuki Inaba, Ritsumeikan University, Japan. [abs]   [slide]   

Prof. Xiao-guang Wang, Wuhan University, China [abs]   [slide]   

Prof. Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan [abs]   [slide]   
International Conference Hall
12:00-13:00
Lunch   
International Conference Hall
13:00-14:00
Poster & Demostrations   
International Conference Hall
14:00-15:20
Paper Session IV:GIS in Humanities Research   
Moderator: Prof. Jinn-guey Lay, National Taiwan University
International Conference Hall
GIS-Based Landscape Visualization and Visibility Analysis of the Mountain View in Heian-Kyo, a Capital City of Ancient Japan
Tatsunori Kawasumi, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
 [abs]   [slide]   
Transition of Urban Landscape with Kyo-Machiya in Virtual Kyoto
Toshikazu Seto、Takafusa Iizuka、Ayako Matsumoto、Takashi Kirimura、Keiji Yano、Tomoki Nakaya & Yuzuru Isoda, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
 [abs]   [slide]   
Mapping-and-Writing:Mapping and Map Use in Tan-Hsin Archives
Sen-hao Yang & Jinn-guey Lay, National Taiwan University [abs]   [slide]   
International Conference Hall
Workshop:
Digitization of Historic Museum Collections of Taiwan Deposited in Foreign Countries Link   
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15:20-15:40
Coffee Break   
15:40-17:20
Paper Session V:
Data Mining, Information Design and Modeling
  
Moderator: Prof. Jyi-shane Liu, National Chengchi University
International Conference Hall
Appositional Term Clip: A Subject Oriented Appositional Term Extraction Algorithm
Yuh-pyng Shieh, Ming Chuan Universy [abs]   [slide]   
Loanword Pair Identifying System for Classical Chinese Literature
Yu-chun Wang & Tzong-han Tsai, National Taiwan University [abs]   [slide]   
Developing Video Game Archives as An E-Research Platform for Game Studies
Shin Ohno、Takashi Obana、Mitsuyuki Inaba、Akinori Nakamura & Koichi Hosoi, Ritsumeikan University, Japan [abs]   [slide]   
A Quantitative Analysis on the 17-19th Century Korean Culinary Manuscripts
Kihwang Lee & Jae Yun Lee, Yonsei University & Kyonggi University [abs]   [slide]   
International Conference Hall
Workshop:
Digitization of Historic Museum Collections of Taiwan Deposited in Foreign Countries Link   
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