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Linked Open Data for Halal Food Products

This paper is structured as follows: Section 2 describes related work in halal and nutrition. Data sources used in this system are explained in Section3. The design of vocabulary and inter linking between data sets can be found in Section4 and Section6 respectively. Our halal application is detailed in Section 7.

The life of a Muslim cannot be separated from the concept of halal in his daily life, especially in food. Indonesia is a country that its major population is Muslim. In Indonesia, Institute For Foods, Drugs, And Cosmetics Indonesian Council Of Ulama as known as LPPOM MUI is an organisation that provides halal food product information. However, lack of information is presented on LPPOM MUI site. Therefore, LODHalal, a Linked Open Data system for halal products is proposed. We introduce a halal vocabulary which extends two food vocabularies. Then, collected data from LPPOM MUI, E-Number, Open Food Facts are transformed to RDF. Also, the RDF data are connected to DBpedia, PubChem and Mesh. We develop a web application and an Android application which provides recommendations on the halal and nutritional status of a food product.

Bibliographic Information

Title: Linked Open Data for Halal Food Products

Authors: Nur Aini Rakhmawati, Jauhar Fatawi, Ahmad Choirun Najib, Azmi Adi Firmansyah

Published in: Journal of King Saud University – Computer and Information Sciences, 8 April 2019

 Language: English

Length: 12 pages

Linked Open Data for Halal Food Products

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