I Молодежная международная конференция «Методы точных наук в востоковедении», 10-11 ноября 2015 г.: Материалы конференции
This paper focuses on problems of fixing and research of folk music. The study of traditional music is not possible using only musical recordings made with European notation system as tuning of traditional music can be different from that of modern European music. In the case of Viet and Muong folk music, for example, records in European notation can not represent microalteration. In addition, vocal techniques and timbre characteristics also are important objects of research, but research of this kind is impossible when using only hearing. Modern methods of analysis of the audio material can determine with high accuracy audio frequency, as well as can help in analysis of the rhythm and timbre characteristics
In this paper, we describe basic principles of POS-classifications and their modelling for POS-tagging of Chinese and statistical NLP systems. Using three available statistical POS-taggers, we conducted an experiment on POS-tagging of Chinese text to analyze quality evaluation, correspondence between POS-tags and categories assigned in different reference grammars. We also determine the basic rules of POS-taggers tagset evaluation.
Despite the increased interest in Chinese export painting of the XVIII–XIX centuries, the research of it had found its reflection particularly in description of this art form history, its cultural component, in description of myriads collections stored in the funds of museums, archives and libraries around the world, collectors and their interests and journeys to China. However, artistic techniques and materials utilized by Chinese masters can also become a source of valuable information on cultural and economic cooperation between the two great civilizations - Chinese and Western. In this regard, domestic and foreign scholars commenced conducting researches involving modern methods of image analysis in the study of Chinese export painting. These methods include reflection and polarized microscopy, electron microscopy, as well as non-destructive techniques, such as multi-spectral analysis, optical coherence tomography (OCT), microfade spectrometry, Raman spectroscopy and X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy (XRF).