Work place: LIST Laboratory, Faculty of Sciences and Technologies, Tangier, Morocco
Research Interests: Artificial Intelligence
Essaid EL HAJI (Morocco, Tangier, 1981) received his Ph.D in computer science and artificial intelligence at faculty of science and technology, Tangier-morocco. His current research interest includes artificial intelligence methods and technics in educational and career guidance. He is a Teacher of computer science at the Chaabane High School in Larache-Morocco. He has several papers in International Conferences and Journals.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijmecs.2020.04.01, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2020
The work in this article focuses on the modelling of an intelligent digital ecosystem for educational and career guidance for students and young people seeking their first job or retraining. To do so, the multi-expert system paradigm was used to aggregate the different expertises required for a good guidance, the multi-agent system principle was used to have a modular and easily scalable ecosystem. Indeed, the agents of the system communicate with each other using the FIPA-ACL language, in a collaborative vision, throughout the orientation assistance process to perform tasks such as proposing business sectors, occupations, training, and training paths. The ontologies of the Semantic Web have been used to have a complete semantic description of the shared information and to promote communication between the different software agents of the ecosystem. Big Data principles have also been deployed to manage and exploit structured and unstructured data from different data sources related to the guidance ecosystem.
The ecosystem modeled in this way has several innovative and powerful technological and scientific aspects. Thus, in terms of design and modelling, the proposed ecosystem considers all the actors and factors involved in the guidance process, including labor market trends. In technological/scientific terms, it is based on methods that allow it to be modular and scalable.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijmecs.2018.12.05, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2018
This paper presents the use of the FAHPmethod (Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process) to help young people choose the most appropriate activity sectors for their profile. This choice is based on three criteria: Professional interests, professional sub-interests and personality traits. This work is a part of a global context aiming to apply the Multi-criteria Decision-Making (MCDM) methods in the vocational guidance according to the process schematized in Figure 3.[...] Read more.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2017.01.02, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2017
This work focuses on the use of multi-criteria decision-making method AHP for using in educational and vocational guidance. Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP), proposed by the mathematician Thomas Saaty in 1980, is a method of analysis greatly used in the context of a multi-criteria analysis; it allows the comparison and the choice between the preset options. To achieve this goal, a vital work, preceded the use of the AHP method, which consists in doing a prototyping of trades according to the guidance criteria and sub-criteria. The IT system based on this method allows the student to find, firstly, the activities' sectors which are the most appropriate to his/her profile, to choose subsequently the trades and finally, to identify, the potential training paths.[...] Read more.
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