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Research Paper | Data & Knowledge Engineering | Saudi Arabia | Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019
Using Linked Open Data (LOD) in the Educational Field
Shymaa Ebraheem Alyahibi | Zainab Khalifh Alsharif
Abstract: E-Systems is experiencing a huge uptake currently in the education sector due to the large quantity of information being produced. Linked open data has not to be taken up as expected despite its numerous advantages. There are several issues facing the current e-systems. This includes Grain Size resolution detail, scope, modularity, understandability, explicit vs. implicit knowledge, procedural vs. declarative knowledge. The new knowledge and data representation strategies have immense capabilities as it comes up with comprehensive systems which encompass the procedural part that specifies the access procedures that enables ways of creating and modifying representations and answering questions using them. Semantics enrichment can be used in the limitations experienced in referencing. This entails the employment of linking and reference extraction. Advanced e-systems can be developed by the combination of various data representation frameworks. Such combinations bring about hybrid systems which have better capabilities.
Keywords: semantic, web, linked, open, data, educational
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 11, November 2019,
Pages: 1064 - 1070