Rizik Al-Sayyad

Work place: Information Technology Department, the University of Jordan, Amman, 11942, Jordan

E-mail: r.alsayyed@ju.edu.jo


Research Interests: Social Computing, Visualization, Computer systems and computational processes, Computer Graphics and Visualization, Computer Networks, Database Management System, Data Structures and Algorithms, Combinatorial Optimization


Prof. Rizik M. H. Al-Sayyed is currently a Full Professor with the University of Jordan, King Abdullah II School for Information Technology, Department of Information Technology. Prof. Rizik holds a B.Sc. from The University of Jordan, 1984, an M.Sc. from Western Michigan University, 1995, and a Ph.D. from Leeds Beckett University (old name: Leeds Metropolitan University), 2007, all in Computer Science. His areas of interest include Networking (Wired and Wireless, Fog and Cloud Computing, and Social Networks), Simulation and Optimization, Data Visualization, Database Design and Implementation. (Email: r.alsayyed@ju.edu.jo).

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Developing Ontology Approach Using Software Tool to Improve Data Visualization (Case Study: Computer Network)

By Mahmoud Moshref Rizik Al-Sayyad

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijmecs.2019.04.04, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2019

The Information Technology system use visualization to represent data in different forms. Some new researches in this field working on extract Knowledge, rapid information retrieval from the graphical diagram. Therefore, data visualization now trends to use ontology approach to build a robust knowledge-based system. The proposed of this paper is to developed ontology approach and use software tools to improve visualized knowledge. Moreover, study data visualization subject in term of ontology and how to facilitate understanding it on the end user. Computer networks ontology adopted as a case study to prove the important of this approach. The Object Role Modeling (ORM) is a visualized notation used to build the prototype for ontology, and OntoGraf module in the Protégé tool used to build ontology.

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