• Viacheslav Osadchyi
  • Kateryna Osadcha
  • Volodymyr Eremeev



the Bologna process, descriptor, intelligence system, artificial intelligence, qualification, set, model, qualification level, qualifications framework.


The paper presents the model of the intelligence system for carrying out the comparative analysis of qualifications frameworks of European Countries. The conceptual construct of the model consists of national qualifications frameworks, qualification levels and descriptors such as Knowledge, Skills etc. Each notion is matched with a set of semantic elements which are determined in the field that characterizes all the components of European frameworks. The model allows a user to determine a quantitative measure of correlation between frameworks and qualification levels in different countries. The proposed model of the intelligent system is based on the concept of knowledge base application in the process of solving various tasks, depending on user needs. Such a system is, as a matter of fact, an expert system. At present there is not any universal body of logics and mathematics which could meet requirements of any IS developer. Our model is developed on the basis of special knowledge related to the classification of European education levels in the context of the Bologna process.


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How to Cite

Osadchyi, V., Osadcha, K., & Eremeev, V. (2017). THE MODEL OF THE INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM FOR THE ANALYSIS OF QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORKS OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. International Journal of Computing, 16(3), 133-142.