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  • Research data . Sound . 2021
    Open Access Chinese
    Authors: 
    El Ayari, Sarra; Zribi-Hertz, Anne; Soare, Elena;
    Publisher: Structures formelles du langage

    Enregistrement des interactions de base en chinois

  • Open Access Chinese

    With the PRC regime mandate of quarantine trying to justify its individually targetable mass surveillance system, the causal deaths tolled for the measurements in the stead of the COVID-19 itself. Three children were locked alone at home on November 25 EST+8, 2022 for the quarantine measurements, and a fire killed them all the same night. People gathered on the streets and on social media people shared the details of multiple perspectives and experiences. Gunshots were fired reminding the population of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre. Overnight Chinese cyber police have been deleting information on a mass scale, and the data consist of some collection saved by the researcher's acquaintance. With the conducts contrary to Declaration of Taipei and Declaration of Geneva, and accumulated military proliferation contrary to the Declaration of Helsinki, the post-positivist research adopts a deconstructive analysis on a case-by-case basis in online-based social interactions, with a cognitive-affective psychotherapeutic method for positive psychology without behavioral intervention in respect of the self-protective psychological processes, with the Therapist's Oath.

  • Open Access Chinese
    Authors: 
    Schalmey, Tilman;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This dataset includes the raw frequency counts (classical_chinese_learners_vocabularies_raw_frequencies.zip) used in the article Thoughts on ���Reliable��� Learner���s Vocabularies for Classical and Literary Chinese. Corpus I ��� Micheal Loewe (1993)���s Early Chinese Texts Corpus II ��� Official Histories (zhengshi ������) Corpus III Six Novels (xiaoshuo ������), as defined in Hsia 1968 The download includes one folder per corpus, structured as follows: xx_corpus.csv > list of texts and sources / used versions, token and type counts xx_freq_1-1.csv > unigram / character frequencies and counts xx_freq_1-4.csv > 1 to 4 character word frequencies and counts, "words" according to Hanyu da cidian ��������������� (Luo 1986���1994)) xx_freq_2-4.csv > 2 to 4 character words Additionally, pca_zhengshi_vs_loewe_vs_xiaoshuo.html is an interactive version of the Principal Component Analysis (PCA) presented in the article, texts from the three corpora are represented using the 1.000 most frequent 1���4 character combinations from the dataset. {"references": ["Schalmey, Tilman (2013). \"Corpus-driven Creation of a Reliable Learner's Vocabulary for Classical Chinese\", Taiwan huayu jiaoxue yanjiu \u81fa\u7063\u83ef\u8a9e \u6559\u5b78\u7814\u7a76 / Taiwan Journal of Chinese as a Second Language 7.2, 109\u2013137.", "Loewe, Michael, editor (1993). Early Chinese Texts: A Bibliographical Guide. The Society for the Study of Early China; The Institute of East Asian Studies, Berkeley.", "Hsia Chih-tsing (1968). The Classic Chinese Novel: A Critical Introduction. Columbia University Press, New York and London.", "Luo Zhufeng, editor (1986\u20131994). Hanyu da cidian \u6f22\u8a9e\u5927\u8a5e\u5178, volume 1-13. Cishu chubanshe, Shanghai ."]}

  • Open Access Chinese
    Authors: 
    Anderl, Christoph; Bingenheimer, Marcus; Chang, Po-yung; Lin, Ching-hui; Joey, Hung; Bell, Christian; Schrupp, Jan;
    Country: Belgium
  • Open Access Chinese
    Authors: 
    Ji, Yichao; Liu, Xinyang; Ma, Kui; Zhao, Xuezhi; Sun, Qiao;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Magi Practical Web Article Corpus (MPWAC) contains 10 million Chinese web articles consisting of more than 10 billion words. Articles have been shuffled to mitigate the negative influence on mini-batch based training. Each article has been refined such that only the main body of the text is left, without advertisements or other noises. This corpus is extracted in May 2019, by magi.com crawlers located inside Mainland China. The merged file should be processed with Gzip stream. It is encoded in UTF-8, and has the format of '0xFE [URL] 0xFF [TEXT] ...'.

  • Open Access Chinese

    This is a bi-monthly export. CERD is a database of engineers from the Chinese Republican period (1912–1949). The digital analysis of historical registers has led to a prosopographic catalogue of persons, colleges, and workplaces. The data can be put in relation to one another by researchers to answer individual research questions. Citation recommendation: Pelzer, Thorben, et al., eds. (2021–2022). Chinese Engineers Relational Database (CERD) (Version 1.6.0). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4075601. Changelog: 1.6.0 (August 2022): Approx. 17,400 entries, completed sources, minor corrections, mergers, translations 1.5.0 (June 2022): Approx. 17,300 entries, added additional memberships 1.4.0 (April 2022): Approx. 16,800 entries, added additional sources, schooling 1.3.0 (February 2022): Approx. 16,500 entries, added documentation, additional memberships 1.2.0 (December 2021): Approx. 16,300 entries, added frequent CSV exports, source annotations, 5 missing minglu pages, additional association memberships 1.1.0 (October 2021): Approx. 15,700 entries, added selected association memberships 1.0.0 (August 2021): Approx. 15,400 entries [complete gongchengren minglu dataset milestone] 0.5.0 (June 2021): Approx. 13,000 entries 0.4.0 (April 2021): Approx. 10,500 entries 0.3.0 (February 2021): Approx. 7,500 entries, as well as various corrections, mergers, translations 0.2.0 (December 2020): Approx. 5,000 entries, as well as various corrections, mergers, translations 0.1.0 (October 2020): Early version with approx. 3,000 entries Online Access: Via Heurist: https://home.uni-leipzig.de/cerd/ Funded through the DFG (SFB 1199: "Processes of Spatialization under the Global Condition") and partly the BMBF ("The Pioneers of China's Rise to Technological Power: Technical Educational Institutions and Their Students in the Age of Global Transformation, 1860–1911").

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  • Research data . Sound . 2021
    Open Access Chinese
    Authors: 
    El Ayari, Sarra; Zribi-Hertz, Anne; Soare, Elena;
    Publisher: Structures formelles du langage

    Enregistrement des interactions de base en chinois

  • Open Access Chinese

    With the PRC regime mandate of quarantine trying to justify its individually targetable mass surveillance system, the causal deaths tolled for the measurements in the stead of the COVID-19 itself. Three children were locked alone at home on November 25 EST+8, 2022 for the quarantine measurements, and a fire killed them all the same night. People gathered on the streets and on social media people shared the details of multiple perspectives and experiences. Gunshots were fired reminding the population of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre. Overnight Chinese cyber police have been deleting information on a mass scale, and the data consist of some collection saved by the researcher's acquaintance. With the conducts contrary to Declaration of Taipei and Declaration of Geneva, and accumulated military proliferation contrary to the Declaration of Helsinki, the post-positivist research adopts a deconstructive analysis on a case-by-case basis in online-based social interactions, with a cognitive-affective psychotherapeutic method for positive psychology without behavioral intervention in respect of the self-protective psychological processes, with the Therapist's Oath.

  • Open Access Chinese
    Authors: 
    Schalmey, Tilman;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This dataset includes the raw frequency counts (classical_chinese_learners_vocabularies_raw_frequencies.zip) used in the article Thoughts on ���Reliable��� Learner���s Vocabularies for Classical and Literary Chinese. Corpus I ��� Micheal Loewe (1993)���s Early Chinese Texts Corpus II ��� Official Histories (zhengshi ������) Corpus III Six Novels (xiaoshuo ������), as defined in Hsia 1968 The download includes one folder per corpus, structured as follows: xx_corpus.csv > list of texts and sources / used versions, token and type counts xx_freq_1-1.csv > unigram / character frequencies and counts xx_freq_1-4.csv > 1 to 4 character word frequencies and counts, "words" according to Hanyu da cidian ��������������� (Luo 1986���1994)) xx_freq_2-4.csv > 2 to 4 character words Additionally, pca_zhengshi_vs_loewe_vs_xiaoshuo.html is an interactive version of the Principal Component Analysis (PCA) presented in the article, texts from the three corpora are represented using the 1.000 most frequent 1���4 character combinations from the dataset. {"references": ["Schalmey, Tilman (2013). \"Corpus-driven Creation of a Reliable Learner's Vocabulary for Classical Chinese\", Taiwan huayu jiaoxue yanjiu \u81fa\u7063\u83ef\u8a9e \u6559\u5b78\u7814\u7a76 / Taiwan Journal of Chinese as a Second Language 7.2, 109\u2013137.", "Loewe, Michael, editor (1993). Early Chinese Texts: A Bibliographical Guide. The Society for the Study of Early China; The Institute of East Asian Studies, Berkeley.", "Hsia Chih-tsing (1968). The Classic Chinese Novel: A Critical Introduction. Columbia University Press, New York and London.", "Luo Zhufeng, editor (1986\u20131994). Hanyu da cidian \u6f22\u8a9e\u5927\u8a5e\u5178, volume 1-13. Cishu chubanshe, Shanghai ."]}

  • Open Access Chinese
    Authors: 
    Anderl, Christoph; Bingenheimer, Marcus; Chang, Po-yung; Lin, Ching-hui; Joey, Hung; Bell, Christian; Schrupp, Jan;
    Country: Belgium
  • Open Access Chinese
    Authors: 
    Ji, Yichao; Liu, Xinyang; Ma, Kui; Zhao, Xuezhi; Sun, Qiao;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Magi Practical Web Article Corpus (MPWAC) contains 10 million Chinese web articles consisting of more than 10 billion words. Articles have been shuffled to mitigate the negative influence on mini-batch based training. Each article has been refined such that only the main body of the text is left, without advertisements or other noises. This corpus is extracted in May 2019, by magi.com crawlers located inside Mainland China. The merged file should be processed with Gzip stream. It is encoded in UTF-8, and has the format of '0xFE [URL] 0xFF [TEXT] ...'.

  • Open Access Chinese

    This is a bi-monthly export. CERD is a database of engineers from the Chinese Republican period (1912–1949). The digital analysis of historical registers has led to a prosopographic catalogue of persons, colleges, and workplaces. The data can be put in relation to one another by researchers to answer individual research questions. Citation recommendation: Pelzer, Thorben, et al., eds. (2021–2022). Chinese Engineers Relational Database (CERD) (Version 1.6.0). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4075601. Changelog: 1.6.0 (August 2022): Approx. 17,400 entries, completed sources, minor corrections, mergers, translations 1.5.0 (June 2022): Approx. 17,300 entries, added additional memberships 1.4.0 (April 2022): Approx. 16,800 entries, added additional sources, schooling 1.3.0 (February 2022): Approx. 16,500 entries, added documentation, additional memberships 1.2.0 (December 2021): Approx. 16,300 entries, added frequent CSV exports, source annotations, 5 missing minglu pages, additional association memberships 1.1.0 (October 2021): Approx. 15,700 entries, added selected association memberships 1.0.0 (August 2021): Approx. 15,400 entries [complete gongchengren minglu dataset milestone] 0.5.0 (June 2021): Approx. 13,000 entries 0.4.0 (April 2021): Approx. 10,500 entries 0.3.0 (February 2021): Approx. 7,500 entries, as well as various corrections, mergers, translations 0.2.0 (December 2020): Approx. 5,000 entries, as well as various corrections, mergers, translations 0.1.0 (October 2020): Early version with approx. 3,000 entries Online Access: Via Heurist: https://home.uni-leipzig.de/cerd/ Funded through the DFG (SFB 1199: "Processes of Spatialization under the Global Condition") and partly the BMBF ("The Pioneers of China's Rise to Technological Power: Technical Educational Institutions and Their Students in the Age of Global Transformation, 1860–1911").