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A framework for Islamic knowledge via ontology representation

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4 Author(s)
Saad, S. ; Fac. of Comp. Sc. & Info. Syst., UTM, Skudai, Malaysia ; Salim, N. ; Zainal, H. ; Noah, S.A.M.

Ontology is one of the essential topics in the scope of an important area of current computer science and Semantic Web. Ontologies present well defined, straightforward and standardized form of the repositories (vast and reliable knowledge) where it can be interoperable and machine understandable. There are many possible utilization of ontologies from automatic annotation of web resources to domain representation and reasoning task. Ontology is an effective conceptualism used for the semantic web. However there is none of the research try to construct an ontology from Islamic knowledge which consist of Holy Quran, Hadiths and etc. Therefore as a first stage, we try to identify the framework of Islamic Knowledge in order to develop an ontology, and method for extracting an Islamic concept.

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Information Retrieval & Knowledge Management, (CAMP), 2010 International Conference on

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17-18 March 2010