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標題: 段玉裁《說文解字注》數位內容之設計與建置
作者: 羅凡晸
關鍵字: Duan Yu-cai;段玉裁;Notes of Shuo Wen Jie Zi;Design of digital content;Full-text search;說文解字注;數位內容設計;全文檢索
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學文學院
Project: 興大人文學報, Volume 42, Page(s) 31-68.

The book of Shuo Wen Jie Zi (說文解字), written by Xu-shen (許慎), is the first book edited using traditionally recognized components of Chinese characters. Notes of Shuo Wen Jie Zi (說文解字注), written by Duan Yu-cai, is the best book of annotations. With the arrival of the digital age, Shuo Wen Jie Zi and Notes of Shuo Wen Jie Zi are created digitally; however, they have not been successfully transmitted. One major problem is the insufficient amount of the Chinese characters code. However, the problem can be solved with the appearance of the Unicode. Currently, we can find four digital contents with Shuo Wen Jie Zi on the World Wide Web. First, CD Rom books, such as Shuo Wen Jie Zi Full-Text Search written by Zang Kehe and Wang Ping. However, Ⅰ feel this CD Rom is insufficient because it must be setup in a special OS (just like windows XP (simple Chinese)), and it does not support another OS. Second, full-text search engines on the World Wide Web, such as The Test Version of Shuo Wen Jie Zi Full-text Search created by Xiao Tong (小童) can be used by anyone accessing the World Wide Web and is very helpful. However, it only contains the book of Xu Shen's words and does not contain the book of Duan Yu-cai's words. Third, the pictures search engine system on the World Wide Web, such as the web-site of 'Zhong Hua Bo Wu', can be searched using stroke number, but it cannot present text data. Fourth, Notes of Shuo Wen Jie Zi's database by a Database Corp., such as Hytung corp., has high accuracy, but there are some problems with Chinese characters code because of the display. In addition, this database is costly to use. It's time to enter an era of knowledge-share-web. The original books are humanity's wealth, and they can not be locked away by external conditions and the limitations or digital development. Thus, Ⅰ hope contributing a full-text searching engine system with the book of Notes of Shuo Wen Jie Zi will be useful. The goal is that users can search for any kind of words in the system. In the Chinese characters code, Ⅰ designed this system with Unicode, and solved the word loss problem by dynamic-composing-word (動態組字).
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