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    Title: 詞彙共現分析在中國大陸信息作戰領域發展之實證研究
    Other Titles: A Study on Word Co-occurrence Analysis on Information Operation Development in China
    Authors: 陳良駒;傅振華;楊誌瑋
    Chen, Liang-chu;Fu, Chen-hua;Yang, Chih-wei
    Keywords: 信息作戰;文字探勘;詞彙共現分析;策略座標圖
    information operation;text mining;word co-occurrence analysis;strategic diagram
    Date: 2010-06
    Issue Date: 2016-07-19 16:34:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文以信息作戰為議題探索核心,以文字探勘為技術實證方法,同時藉由策略座標關係來揭露中國信息作戰領域之發展重點與趨勢。研究發現中國信息作戰知識領域包括「系統應用」、「武器裝備」、「政治作戰」等層面,並針對各層面所專注研議之重要主題進行深度闡釋。研究成果除可瞭解對岸學者於信息作戰議題之資源投入外,亦可做為我國發展資訊作戰相關事務之參照。
    As the US military applied information technologies to retain a crucial victory in the Iraq War, information operation is valued by the militaries in many countries. It has become the military war patterns and the focus of discussion. China is no exception. In recent years, many Chinese scholars have engaged in information operations related researches. It shows that China relies on information network environment to gain concrete results in military operations. In this paper, we focus on the topic of information operations. We applies text mining as research methodology and use relations of strategy coordination to disclose key areas and trends of China’s information operations. We found several China’s information operation knowledge domains – they are “system application”, “weapons”, and “political warfare”. This study also pinpointed several important topics and their interpretations. The results not only help us understand the resources by which Chinese scholars devoted to information operation issues, but also allow us to reference combat-related affairs in our own military.
    Relation: 中國大陸研究, 53(2), 111-146
    Data Type: article
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