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Advancing a Conceptual Model for a Multi-User Recommender System Based on Analysis of Ontologies of Business Informatics Curricula

Student: Iuliia Belova

Supervisor: Eduard Babkin

Faculty: Faculty of Informatics, Mathematics, and Computer Science (HSE Nizhny Novgorod)

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Currently, school graduates are interested in receiving education in the field of information systems and technologies. Applicants of the National Research University Higher School of Economics face difficulties in choosing a field of study, since each of them has their own subtleties, especially many questions regarding the educational program "Business Informatics". What disciplines will be studied? What for? What are the prospects for the future? The aim of this work is to develop a conceptual model of ontology in terms of BORO (Business Objects Reference Ontology), as well as to compare the proposed solution with a model built in terms of UFO (Unified Foundational Ontology) in order to find the best solution to the problem of choosing an educational trajectory in the direction of the educational program " Business Informatics ”taking into account the preferences and interests of the user through the use of modern technologies of the Semantic Web. The paper proposes to implement a solution based on the concept of constructing a top-level ontology. The sections of the work consider the concept of ontology, types of ontologies, languages ​​for constructing ontologies, as well as software for working with ontologies. In the practical part, fragments of the upper ontology are developed, which are integrated with the objects of the ontology in the field of the educational program "Business Informatics", the key classes, relations and properties of this ontology are described.

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