Resource type: Dictionaries & Encyclopedias (9)
WHOPLUS is a searchable database of about 330,000 Japanese and international historical and contemporary figures (as of November 2012). Nichigai WHOPLUS is divided into two files: WHO and Jinbutsu odan file (人物ファイル横断, lit. Figures Cross-reference). WHO provides a full text search with the detailed search options while Jinbutsu odan file searches name headings and full text. The setting when entering the database is the Jinbutsu odan file that comprises all data.
Please note, that access to WhoPlus through CrossAsia is a terminal connection. Java runtime 1.5 is needed!http://www.nichigai.co.jp/database/who-plus.html more Language: jpn Japanese
CrossAsia License: http://erf.sbb.spk-berlin.de/han/WhoPlusICA
古今圖書集成 = The complete classics collection of ancient ChinaDescription:
The Gujin tushu jicheng
, compiled by Chen Menglei et al. was published with movable copper type in 1726-28. It is by far the largest leishu
that have been printed (6,109 subsections, 852,408 pages.) Under each subsection excerpts from sources from early writings up to the 17th century are gathered, taking a 18th-century standpoint of what has to be included and how.
The Gujin tushu jicheng
can be searched as a whole or confined to a specific class or subgroup. Scans of the original pages are also provided (under "版面影像"). The edition shown is the so called 「中華版」 edition printed in 1934 showing the original 1728 copper printed text in reduced size (9 original pages on 1 page, deleting 版心 etc.). The 中華版 is the edition most popular and most commonly referred to.http://www.greatman.com.tw more Language: chi Chinese
CrossAsia License: http://erf.sbb.spk-berlin.de/han/gjtsjc
康熙字典 - Kangxi zidian : 普及版Description:
Initiated on imperial order, the Kangxi zidian 康熙字典 (The Imperial Character Dictionary) was first published in 1716 after about five years of compilation. Emperor Kangxi wrote the preface to the dictionary and thus granted the book and the system of 214 radicals the dictionary uses for structuring its content official status. Containing 47.035 entries it remained the most popular and comprehensive Chinese character dictionary up to time Morohashi's Dai kanwa jiten was published in the 1950ies.
The database provides radical, stroke count and pinyin/zhuyinzimu indexes. Full text searches are also possible. For each character its modern reading and the Unicode code point are given. The display of the entries can be switched between simplified and traditional characters and scans from the late Qing Wentong edition (文同書局) are provided for comparison. The original pages may also be printed.http://www.china-e.com.cn/main/product/kangxi.htm more Language: chi Chinese
CrossAsia License: http://erf.sbb.spk-berlin.de/han/kangxi
JapanKnowledge+ includes now Nikkoku Online (=Nihon kokugo daijiten), Nihon kokushi daijiten, Nihon rekishi chimei taikei and the character dictionary Jitsû. JapanKnowledge+ is a portal to Japanese encyclopedias, dictionaries and databases. Contents include two encyclopedias: the Encyclopedia of Japan; the Nihon dai hyakka zensho (Nipponica), a full text 30 vol. encyclopedia; dictionaries (Japanese, English-Japanese, Japanese-English, English-English); two dictionaries of current words: Imidas and Gendai yôgo no kiso chishiki; a biographical dictionary and a database: Nihon jinmei daijiten; the JK Who's Who; a news database (NNA) that covers Asia and the European Union; a full-text journal: Shûkan ekonomisuto (only the last two years); full-text of books in the Tôyô bunko series and the Shinpen nihon koten bungaku zenshû; chronologies (world history, Japan by period, Japan by prefecture, science, culture, society, daily life, social movements, economics and for individuals); a database of video (TV, news) recordings from 1908 to present. Please note, that this access is a terminal connection. Java runtime 1.5 is needed!http://www.jkn21.com more Language: jpn Japanese
CrossAsia License: http://erf.sbb.spk-berlin.de/han/JapanKnowledgeICA
KoreaA2Z = 한국학 DB 콘텐츠Description:
KoreaA2Z is a knowledge resources for Korean studies integrating full-text databases of primary sources, encyclopdedias, dictionaries and classics. The resource also includes for example the EncyKorea (an updated digital edition of Han’guk Minjok Munhwa Taebaekkwa Sajŏn [한국민족문화대백과사전]), the Chosŏn Wangjo Sillok [朝鮮王朝実録] and 100 different editions of the “History of the Three Kingdoms”. The resource is organized by subject and resource type.http://www.koreaa2z.com more Language: kor Korean
CrossAsia License: http://erf.sbb.spk-berlin.de/han/KoreaA2Z/www.koreaa2z.com/main.htm
Apabi 工具书 = China reference books collectionDescription:
The collection gives access to a broad selection of Chinese dictionaries, thesauruses, encyclopedias etc. including 中国大百科全书， 汉语大词典，辞海 and numerous smaller and specialized reference books. Searches can be performed on the fulltext or confined to head entries, and further filtered by kind or subject group of reference book type. Individual titles can be browsed, read and searched individually and scans of the original pages are provided. The 1710 reference book titles of the ressource are also included in our OPAC (crossasia.stabikat.de).
The Apabi reference book collection was moved to the new platform. Content and functions etc. of the ressource has not changed. For those who prefer to use the "old" entry page, please follow this LINK
Registered CrossAsia users who want to take advantage of the functions provided by the Apabi Reader should use the terminal server connection to China reference books
. Please note, that to do so Java runtime 1.5 is needed! Read the requirements
. To read the reference books the Citrix-server you get connected to will provide an Internet Explorer and the Apabi reader which is necessary to download and read the newspapers. A help file is provided:
.http://www.apabi.cn/ more Language: chi Chinese
CrossAsia License: http://erf.sbb.spk-berlin.de/han/apabireferenceneu/
China Reference Works Online (CNKI) Description:
This resource in an important addition to the Apabi Reference Books Collection (工具書
). CNKI offers an advanced modus for filtering the search hits according to type of dictionary, subject etc. Moreover, a number of important reference works are included here, that are not available in the Apabi collection. The CrossAsia subscription follows the frame set by the "Sondersammelgebiet 6.25". Thus only the fields F, G, H, and J have been subscribed. The same applies to the Yearbooks, Statistical Yearbooks, Proceedings and Master theses and Dissertations. Only in CAJ the CrossAsia subscription covers the whole range of fields.http://220.127.116.11/refbook/default.aspx more Language: chi Chinese
CrossAsia License: http://erf.sbb.spk-berlin.de:80/han/cnkiref-crossasia
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