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    Title: 主題式報紙新聞數位典藏之研究--以臺灣棒球運動為例
    Authors: 林信成
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系
    Keywords: 數位典藏;詮釋資料;新聞標示語言;新聞文檔格式;資源描述框架;Digital archives;Metadata;NewsML;NITF;RDF
    Date: 2005-03-01
    Issue Date: 2009-03-17
    Publisher: 臺北縣:淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系
    Abstract: 傳統上.報紙數位典藏系統大多採取將所有新聞內容納人資料庫的作法,其優點是涵蓋面較廣,可以收錄各式各樣的主題缺點則是資 料庫龐大,其深度加值不易。因此本研究提出「主題式」方式進行新聞的數位典藏與加值利用.並以聯合報的台灣棒球運動歷史性所聞為例,先進行系統分析與建置.再探討內容語意描述及Metadata 轉換,使其成為更具利用價值的數位典藏庫。 Traditionally, most of the digital newspaper archive systems used all of the report contents to create a complete database. One of the advantages is the collection can cover a broad range of subjects; however, the database could be too huge to be made valueadd deeply. Therefore, this paper proposes a thematic approach for constructing a digital newspaper archive, and uses the historical reports of Taiwan baseball, which is provided by United Daily News, as case study. First, we work on the system analysis and establishment, then we study on the semantic description and the metadata conversion, such that the resulting digital archive system can be more useful.
    Relation: 教育資料與圖書館學 42(3),頁 369-392
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