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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Asyat Khamikoeva
Development of an E-learning System Based on Built Ontology
Computer Systems and Networks
(Master’s programme)
2018
This master thesis is written on the topic "Development of an e-learning system based on built ontology". The research aims to develop an electronic knowledge control system based on the constructed ontology.

The master thesis includes two chapters. First chapter provides an overview of the available e-learning systems and electronic knowledge control systems. In the second chapter actors and precedents for the electronic knowledge control system are defined. This chapter also contains diagrams of precedents and activities reflecting the interaction of the system with actors, as well as its functional.

For the e-learning system development the necessary tools were chosen, an assessment method and supporting questions for the construction of measurement materials were determined. Furthermore, the domain ontology was refined – relations between classes were added and the widget was applied to use the ontology in Protégé as a learning material.

The operation algorithm was developed, the parser working with a loaded file was described.

The study results in the development of electronic knowledge control system, based on the constructed ontology.

The master thesis consists of 56 pages, includes 1 table, 9 illustrations and links to 21 sources were made.

Key words: e-learning system, knowledge control system, test, measuring materials, ontology, Protege, development, system.

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