Visual search Technology for Omani Student Mindset Management using E-Learning Library Problem-Oriented Search

  • Dr. Boumedyen Shannaq, Dr. Ibrahim Al Shamsi

Abstract

The proposed visual search approach is intended to improve the student’s searching performancefor the developing countries,in the Digital library system,which could lead to better reasoning and problem-solving. By applying the Visual search approachproposed by this work, potential information seekers can be better satisfied. The mouth to mouth publicity of the library shall attract more information hunters and thus new members will join the community. This shall spread more knowledge and information in society, thus making the society more aware, creative and critical thinkers. Their orientation towards virtuous searching will give rise to thought-provoking research. This research will help the Sultanate of Oman to create a niche in the field of academic research.Theproposed visual search approach shall be applicable to other higher education systems. Dissemination of knowledge will help the society to become responsible forthe job assigned, future accountability and conscientiousness. Two mathematical models have been proposed to develop the structure of the visual search and to simplify the search task for the library system. The outcomes of the proposed approach outperform the current approach used in the library search systems with 20% improvement allowing for interactive visual model showing every word connected to the given subject. The visual interface creates a visual semantic background for each term needed to be defined and forms. The self-motivated visualization of the search situation. We believe this Visual library search engine will attract the library's scientific community, universities, and research and development groups.

Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Dr. Boumedyen Shannaq, Dr. Ibrahim Al Shamsi. (2020). Visual search Technology for Omani Student Mindset Management using E-Learning Library Problem-Oriented Search. International Journal of Control and Automation, 13(02), 1413 - 1427. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/32919
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