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fairouz bendjamaa

Ph.D. student, badji mokhtar university

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In spite of the efforts made in the Arabic language on the syntactic and semantic level, it remains very restricted, even those on the Arabic Sacred Book are few and very limited, due to its difficulties and peculiarities. In this paper we tried to shed the light on some of the recent works that have been conducted to present a semantic representation and manipulation of the Islamic texts to define the problems, limitations and the possible future works that need our intention to improve the semantic support in the Arabic religious texts. Furthermore, we intent to briefly present our project that aims to help us reading, understanding, and interpreting the Islamic legislative sources. The goal of this project is divided into two main tasks which are the creation of an ontology representing the Islamic knowledge and the development of a system which can analyze this knowledge. The ultimate goal is to assist the muftis and facilitate their job.

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The use of ontologies for effective knowledge modelling and information retrieval

Abstract: The dramatic increase in the use of knowledge discovery applications requires end users to write complex database search requests to retrieve information. Such users are not only expected to grasp the structural complexity of complex databases but also the semantic relationships between data stored in databases. In order to overcome such difficulties, researchers have been focusing on knowledge representation and interactive query generation through ontologies, with particular emphasis on improving the interface between data and search requests in order to bring the result sets closer to users research requirements. This paper discusses ontology-based information retrieval approaches and techniques by taking into consideration the aspects of ontology modelling, processing and the translation of ontological knowledge into database search requests. It also extensively compares the existing ontology-to-database transformation and mapping approaches in terms of loss of data and semantics, structural mapping and domain knowledge applicability. The research outcomes, recommendations and future challenges presented in this paper can bridge the gap between ontology and relational models to generate precise search requests using ontologies. Moreover, the comparison presented between various ontology-based information retrieval, database-to-ontology transformations and ontology-to-database mappings approaches provides a reference for enhancing the searching capabilities of massively loaded information management systems.

Pub.: 01 Aug '17, Pinned: 13 Nov '17