Proof-of-concept design of an ontology-based computing curricula management system
|Proof-of-concept design of an ontology-based computing curricula management system|
|Author(s)||Tang A., Abdur Rahman A.|
|Published in||Communications in Computer and Information Science|
|Keyword(s)||Computing Ontology, curricula development, curriculum wiki, MAS-CommonKADS, software agents (Extra: Agent-oriented methodology, Computing curricula, Computing Ontology, curricula development, Design phase, Knowledge sources, Management systems, MAS-CommonKADS, Ontology-based, Proof of concept, Proof-of-concept design, Technological advances, Curricula, Design, Information management, Information technology, Software agents, Ontology)|
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Proof-of-concept design of an ontology-based computing curricula management system is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Tang A., Abdur Rahman A. and published in Communications in Computer and Information Science.
The management of curricula development activities is time-consuming and labor-intensive. The accelerated nature of Computing technological advances exacerbates the complexity of such activities. A Computing Curricula Management System (CCMS) is proposed as a Proof-of-Concept (POC) design that utilizes an ontology as a knowledge source that interacts with a Curriculum Wiki facility through ontological agents. The POC design exploits agent-interaction models that had already been analyzed through the application of the Conceptualization and Analysis phases of the MASCommonKADS Agent Oriented Methodology. Thereafter, the POC design of the CCMS is developed in the Design phase. The paper concludes with a discussion of the resulting contribution, limitation and future work.
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