An Ontological Framework For Field of Study Recognition in Education
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What makes some students failed to perform well in their study is lack of talent and interest to the chosen of field of study. For example in Indonesia, there are around 2, 785 senior high school students failed in the National Examination in 2010 because most of them choose un- appropriate field of study which is not related to interest and talent. It is important to assist students to choose a potential area of study commensurate with their talents and interests and which covers all possible fields of study. To achieve that aim, standard to represents knowledge as a set of concepts is needed. This paper proposes an ontological framework to assist students to recognize the prospective fields of study related to their talent and interest. The framework is including two ontologies with different perspectives which will be linked using matching engine to get the possible field of study. Then, selection engine is to be used to get the final result of the appropriate field of study for student. This framework can be applied in educational field to improve student’s capacity and to help them in maintain their future life.
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