Implementation of Knowledge Models by Applying Ontologies
The influencing factors for undergraduate students dropout can be considered subjective and unusual dependencies. This situation is not particular to IFSC and is treated with great concern also by other educational institutions. Numerous theories pointing the origin and cause of the problem have arisen from discussions, followed by proposals and examples of solutions that often do not work or are not feasible because they are related to peculiarities. This work focuses in the study of the effects that can be obtained by making use of the resources offered by modeling and ontological knowledge representation in the context mentioned above.
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