Semantic Information Search with Automatic Ontology Creation in Regulations National Standards for Higher Education in Indonesia


  • Nadila Wirdatul Hidayah Politeknik Elektronika Negeri Surabaya
  • Ali Ridho Barakbah
  • Iwan Syarif



In Indonesia, there are around ten types of legal products that contain higher education regulations. With a large number of articles, more effort is needed when users search for links between one article and another. Based on these problems, it is necessary to have an automatic article representation search system using an automatic ontology. Ontology refers to the hierarchical structure of entities and their relationships. In this paper, the results of the development of an information retrieval system with an automated ontology will be explained. This system describes a process begins with receiving input of higher education regulatory files which are used as data samples Permendikbud No 3 of 2020. Then split the data into articles, paragraphs and contents which are then formed ontologies by building 3 detection functions (Definitive Creation, Compound Creation, and Reference Detection). System output has an accuracy of search results reaching an accuracy of 92.5%.