「2002 太平洋鄰里協會年會暨聯合會議」, 日本大阪市立大學 2002年3月28日
Digital Media, Informatics, and Cultural Heritage
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The core technology is another essential point in this project. To cope with the content space, besides adopting and developing various information technologies, geographical information system (GIS) is utilized as a common framework for spatial data processing. And, a dedicated and global support in linguistic and scriptural issues for all contents is established .The digital information life cycle is enforced to establish solid procedures from creation, accessibility, management, storage and presentation of digital information. The design and implementation for providing intellectual access to stored information, from users, content providers, and system builder’s aspects, are discussed. On the other hand, collaboration and outreach are also crucial points in the development of TDA.
Spatial and Lingual (TSL)
three mutually orthogonal axes construct the content space. We called
them “TSL coordinates”,
as shown in Figure-3. The integration of
onto the GIS is
called the TSL-GIS
At present, although we already have a complete set of digitized China
and Taiwan historical GIS,
now in developing stage.
only because of the intrinsic property of TSL-GIS
will provides general references for timing and addressing, but also the
scalability and localization concerns in scope for a robust TDA
data architecture. These TSL
coordinates and relevant technical conventions, standards and
specifications are the most important factors that make unite various
digital products into TDA
From the content point of view, a research database will be the solid
foundation of the whole TDA.
Based on that, a learning database could be built for different
educational purposes. Furthermore, it could be extended and compiled to
be a popular and easy-to-understand database for all walks of life.
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