International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Computer Science and Information Technology | Qatar | Volume 11 Issue 12, December 2022

Quran Ontology: Review on Recent Research Issues

Rasha I. Ahmed | Mohamed H. Sayed | Talaat M. Wahbi [4]

Abstract: In recent years, there are growing interests of Islamic Knowledge by both Muslims and non Muslims especially in Holy Quran. The researchers of religious Studies started to use the ontology to improve the knowledge construction and extraction from religious texts such as the Qur?an and Hadith. Ontology provide a shared understanding of a domain of interest, they become the key technology of modern knowledge based system, natural language processing, information retrieval and the semantic web (Johanna Volke, 2000). Most of recent researches have been done in Arabic language ontology, and most of them were focused on holy Quran ontology, although many of recent researches were done at that area but they are still incomplete, also there are some other issues including process used to extract and construct ontology, the methods used to build ontology are not unified(L?pez, 1999), so it needs extra work. The review of existing studies will allow future researchers to reviewed different Ontology-based systems and different approaches to developing or ?engineering? ontologies for specific domains. This paper tries to review recent research on Holy Quran ontology. We try to investigate the current trends and technology being applied. This investigation covers some important criteria, such as objective of study, outcomes of this studies, language of the text used (original Arabic text or other translation, technologies that used on ontology development, coverage which chapters of the Quran, coverage which topics, overlaps or links to other ontologies, Datasets, ontology testing techniques, and limitations on previous research.

Keywords: Qur'an, Hadith, Ontology, Natural Language Prossing, Semantic Web

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 12, December 2022,

Pages: 189 - 197

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