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Sun Yufang,

软件学报 , 1990,
Abstract: Based on the development projects of UNIX Chinese processing information systems for many years, The principles and tasks of UNIX Chinese processing are introduced. The several different development strategies are compared, and implementation technologies used are presented.
A Chinese Information Processing System
计算机科学技术学报 , 1986,
Abstract: The Chinese information processing system(CIPS)introduced in this paper can producegraphs,tables,flowcharts,mathematical equations,forms and also provides typesettingfacilities.The system can process not only Chinese text but also English text or a mixture ofthem.It is written in C language and runs on VAX Ⅱ/780 under Unix operating system.TheCIPS system is very easy to use and provides user-defined macro which allows abbreviationsof commonly used Chinese phrases and reduce the complexity of Chinese characters coding.
Chinese Information Processing and Its Prospects
Sheng Li,Tie-Jun Zhao,

计算机科学技术学报 , 2006,
Abstract: The paper presents some main progresses and achievements in Chinese information processing. It focuses on six aspects, i.e., Chinese syntactic analysis, Chinese semantic analysis, machine translation, information retrieval, information extraction, and speech recognition and synthesis. The important techniques and possible key problems of the respective branch in the near future are discussed as well.
Application of Chinese Information Processing in the Digital Library

Zhai Xikui,

现代图书情报技术 , 2006,
Abstract: The Chinese information processing is the important role in the National Digital Library of China. This paper presents the overview of Chinese information processing; pointing out the problems in Chinese information processing ; designating the necessity of Hanzi attributes dictionary and the application foreground of Chinese information processing in the National Digital Library of China.
Progress and prospects of research on information processing techniques for intelligent diagnosis of traditional Chinese medicine  [cached]
Chang-Le ZHOU
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao , 2006,
Abstract: Information processing for intelligent diagnosis of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), an important part of the modernization of Chinese medicine, attracts world-wide attention from the science circle. This article presents a systematic introduction to the development of information technology, especially the processing of pulse and tongue images and systems of computer-aided Chinese medical diagnosis. Furthermore, it points out four essential areas of future research, including epistemic logic system of syndrome differentiation, system construction technology, data miming technology and information acquisition and analysis in TCM diagnosis.
Processing of Acoustic and Phonological Information of Lexical Tones in Mandarin Chinese Revealed by Mismatch Negativity  [PDF]
Keke Yu,Ruiming Wang,Ping Li
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience , 2014, DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00729
Abstract: The accurate perception of lexical tones in tonal languages involves the processing of both acoustic information and phonological information carried by the tonal signal. In this study we evaluated the relative role of the two types of information in native Chinese speaker’s processing of tones at a preattentive stage with event-related potentials (ERPs), particularly the mismatch negativity (MNN). Specifically, we distinguished the acoustic from the phonological information by manipulating phonological category and acoustic interval of the stimulus materials. We found a significant main effect of phonological category for the peak latency of MMN, but a main effect of both phonological category and acoustic interval for the mean amplitude of MMN. The results indicated that the two types of information, acoustic and phonological, play different roles in the processing of Chinese lexical tones: acoustic information only impacts the extent of tonal processing, while phonological information affects both the extent and the time course of tonal processing. Implications of these findings are discussed in light of neurocognitive processes of phonological processing.
Hanzix and Chinese open system platform
Hanzix and Chinese Open System Platform

Sun Yufang,

计算机科学技术学报 , 1997,
Abstract: International use of the UNIX system in recent years provokes a need to expand its functionality. Extensions are needed to process data in various languages as the market requirement dictate1,2]. With the advent of open systems and interfaces, the method of internationalization (I18N) has become standardized. Hanzix Association was founded by the fortitute of Software, The Chinese Academy of Sciences (ISAS, Beijing), Institute of Information Industry (III, Taipei) and Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK, Hong Kong), and its aim is to promote an open system standard for Chinese character (Hanzi) processing. This paper presents Hanzix, an open system environment to support Hanzi processing, including enhancemed recommended for Hanzi API,input method mechedsm, codeset conversion and armuncement, and reviews the current work.
On Knowledge Base Construction for Structured Chinese Web Information Processing

GUO Wen-hong,FAN Xue-feng,

计算机科学 , 2009,
Abstract: This paper analysed the requirements of knowledge for the structured information processing on Web and introduced the Chinese semantic resources and ontology nowadays.A knowledge base model was proposed for Chinese information processing on Web.A method to construct was given.The model was applied in Deep Web research.The application shows it is feasible.The purpose of the paper is to aid special domain information processing and make machine processing more efficient and comprehensive.The research is valua...
A Study on the Semantic Representation of Chinese Information Processing

Liu Tao Jia Junzhi,

现代图书情报技术 , 2006,
Abstract: The paper analyses the requirement of syntactic structure and semantic roles of natural language in recent Chinese information processing, introduces and explores the FrameNet built by Barkely College of California University, particularly studies frame relationship in FrameNet database which can connect words into a net database. The aim of this study is to process the information as accurate as we can by using the relations among the words for information retrieval and extraction.

生物物理学报 , 1988,
Abstract: Reading is a complex pattern recognition process. From the viewpoint of information theory, reading can be considered as a decoding process. The visual language patterns are transformed by retina to neural signals, then decoded by the central nervous system, meanwhile the central nervous system also presents feedback control to the eye movement for sampling the information efficiently. It is difficult to measure the reading information processing in the brain directly, but it is possible to study the information processing in central nervous system by recording and analysing the eye movements.Two very different language codes--printed Chinese and English--werechosen to test the performance of reading information channel. The Chinese characters, with the boxlike shape are better adapted to exploit the disc fovea than the linear shape English words; the pictorial or phonetic-signif ic combination Chinese differs greatly from the linear alphabetical English. The experi-ment results show: 1)The average duration of fixation pauses during reading Chinese and English texts are very similar, i.e. 0.260 and 0.265 seconds respectively. It means that sampling and processing cycles of reading these two languages are very close. 2) The span of recognition for reading Chinese is 1.7 equivalent words, while the span for English is 1.8 words. The reading rate are 380 and 390 equivalent words for Chinese and English.The similarities between the eye movement pattern in reading Chinese and English indicate that information processing capabilities of the brain are chief limiting factor.
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