Multilingual Domain Module Generation for CCU and Learning Objects


  • Tilak S UG Student, Department of CSE, Bharath University, Chennai
  • Vignesh G UG Student, Department of CSE, Bharath University, Chennai
  • Nalini C Professor, Department of CSE, Bharath University, Chennai


composite content unit (CCU), Automatic generation of domain module, Technical supported learning system(ALOCoM), Automatic e-book


In learning application, a system requires appropriate presentation for extracting knowledge from textbooks. Domain module is used for gaining knowledge in authoring techniques. Domain module is user oriented technique to make easy access of knowledge. Semi-automatic domain module reuses the knowledge to determine authorizing process. The comparison of textbook and domain module is used to describe experiment carried out. The domain module is considered the core of any ALOCoM and it represents the knowledge about a subject matter to be communicated to the learner. DM encodes knowledge at two different levels, the Composite Content Unit (CCU) and the set of CUs.


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Tilak, S., Vignesh, G., & Nalini, C. (2024). Multilingual Domain Module Generation for CCU and Learning Objects. COMPUSOFT: An International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology, 4(04), 1624–1627. Retrieved from



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