Fasting Ontology in Pillars of Islam

Sara Afiqah Mohd Zailani, Nurul Aswa Omar, Aida Mustapha, Mohd Hisyam Abdul Rahim


The development of Fasting Ontology in the Pillars of Islam is presented in this paper and has been built based on reliable sources of Islamic Knowledge. The METHONTOLOGY methodology is used for the ontology development, which include identifying motivation scenarios, creating the competency questions, implementation and evaluation. From the beginning of the development of life cycle, the ontology was appraised from the competency questions and the outcome were clear. Therefore, this ontology can link each concept specifically to the individual verse together with the Tafsir that is related to the topics. The ontology proposed will be part of a larger ontology on Five Pillars of Islam. This development of the ontology is intended to refer to the field of learning for other purpose. For instance, search engine, chatbot, expert system or knowledge-based system.


Ontology, Fasting, Pillars of Islam, Fasting Ontology

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