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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2019, 2(10); doi: 10.25236/FER.2019.021010.

Study on image data classification of Taoist murals in the Ming and Qing Dynasties in Northern Shaanxi


Sun Fei

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Sun Fei

Xian Innovation College of Yanan University, Xi'an 710100, China


Image data classification refers to the classification according to the visual feeling or visual characteristics of the image, which has strong objectivity. With the development of image data classification technology in China, the digital research of painting works is also in-depth. Taking the Taoist murals of Ming and Qing Dynasties in Northern Shaanxi as an example, the image data classification is studied. Through the research on the correlation of visual characteristics and visual perception, it is found that at present, the image data of Taoist murals in Northern Shaanxi can be divided into three categories: correlation image, reference image and association image.


Taoism in Ming and Qing Dynasties; Image data; Associative image; Related images; Reference image

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Sun Fei. Study on image data classification of Taoist murals in the Ming and Qing Dynasties in Northern Shaanxi. Frontiers in Educational Research (2019) Vol. 2 Issue 10: 54-57. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2019.021010.


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