M. Al-Yahya
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AN ONTOLOGICAL MODEL FOR REPRESENTING SEMANTIC LEXICONS: AN APPLICATION ON TIME NOUNS IN THE HOLY QURAN
M. Al-Yahya, Hend Suliman Al-Khalifa, S. Arabia, Alia Bahanshal, Iman Al-Odah, Nawal Al-Helwah
Computer Science
2010
TLDR
A computational model for representing Arabic lexicons using ontologies, based on the field theory of semantics from the linguistics domain, is proposed and results of its application on “Time nouns” vocabulary of the Holy Quran are presented. Expand
68 Citations
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Ontology-Based Multiple Choice Question Generation
M. Al-Yahya
Computer Science, Medicine
TheScientificWorldJournal
26 March 2014
TLDR
For the task to be successful in producing high-quality MCQ items for learning assessments, this study suggests a novel, holistic view that incorporates learning content, learning objectives, lexical knowledge, and scenarios into a single cohesive framework. Expand
32 Citations
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Ontologies in E-Learning: Review of the Literature
M. Al-Yahya, R. George, S. Arabia
Computer Science
2015
TLDR
A framework for classification of the literature is provided that is useful for the community of practice in categorizing work in this field and for determining possible research lines in this area. Expand
65 Citations
3
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OntoQue: A Question Generation Engine for Educational Assesment Based on Domain Ontologies
M. Al-Yahya
Computer Science
IEEE 11th International Conference on Advanced…
6 July 2011
TLDR
The Onto Que system is described, an engine for objective assessment item generation based on domain ontologies which uses knowledge inherent in the ontology about domain entities such as classes, properties, and individuals to generate semantically correct assessment items.Expand
40 Citations
3
SemQ: A proposed framework for representing semantic opposition in the Holy Quran using Semantic Web technologies
Hend Suliman Al-Khalifa, M. Al-Yahya, Alia Bahanshal, Iman Al-Odah
Computer Science
International Conference on the Current Trends in…
1 December 2009
TLDR
This paper presents a work-in-progress project for building a framework for recognizing and identifying semantic opposition terms using Natural Language processing armed with domain ontologies. Expand
39 Citations
2
An approach to compare two ontological models for representing quranic words
Hend Suliman Al-Khalifa, M. Al-Yahya, Alia Bahanshal, Iman Al-Odah, Nawal Al-Helwah
Computer Science
iiWAS

8 November 2010
TLDR
Two approaches for building ontologies to represent Quranic words based on the field of componential analysis are presented, each of which is a class-based and an instance-based approach. Expand
11 Citations
2
SemTree ontology for enriching Arabic text with lexical semantic annotations
M. Al-Yahya, Mona Al-Shaman, Nehal Al-Otaiby, Wafa Al-Sultan, A. Al-Zahrani, Mesheal Al-Dalbahie
Computer Science
Proceedings of the IEEE 9th International…
1 February 2015
TLDR
The design, implementation, and evaluation of the SemTree ontology for lexical semantic relations indicate that the ontology was fit for the purpose of semantic annotations with lexical relations. Expand
3 Citations
1
Using Web Blogs as a tool to Encourage pre-class Reading, post-class Reflections and Collaboration in Higher Education
Hind Al-Fadda, M. Al-Yahya
Computer Science
30 July 2010
TLDR
Results indicated that there was a positive attitude towards the use of blogs for pre-class preparation and post-class reflections, however, considering the successful experience, it is important to consider the class size, students' educational level, and the type of reading assignment. Expand
31 Citations
1
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Using Wikis to Support Teamwork Skills in Software Engineering Courses
M. Al-Yahya
Computer Science
22nd Conference on Software Engineering Education…
17 February 2009
TLDR
The results of this study suggest that wikis can contribute to the development of students' teamwork skills by facilitating collaborative work and making team dynamics transparent.Expand
7 Citations
1
Readability of Arabic Medicine Information Leaflets: A Machine Learning Approach
Sihaam Alotaibi, M. Al-Yahya, Hend Suliman Al-Khalifa, Sinaa Alageel, N. Abanmy
Computer Science
2016
TLDR
The design of a tool that uses machine learning to assess the readability of medicine information leaflets using machine learning techniques is described and a study of existing literature selected a number of features influencing text difficulty.Expand
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