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    • Arabic Tweets Sentimental Analysis using Machine Learning 

      Alomari, Khaled Mohammad; ElSherif, Hatem M.; Shaalan, Khaled (Springer, 2017-06)
      The continuous rapid growth of electronic Arabic contents in social media channels and in Twitter particularly poses an opportunity for opinion mining research. Nevertheless, it is hindered by either the lack of sentimental ...
    • A Collaborative Approach to Minimize Cellphone Interruptions 

      Khali, Ashraf; Connelly, Kay (IEEE, 2016-09-05)
      In this paper, we present a collaborative approach to minimizing in- appropriate cellphone interruptions. The approach uses Bluetooth technology to discover and communicate with the surrounding cell phones in order to read ...
    • A Comparative Study of Web Language Support for Mobile Web Browsers 

      Siek, Katie A.; Khalil, Ashraf; Liu, Yong; Kay H. Connelly, Kay H.; Edmonds, Nick (Terre Haute Indiana, 2004)
      The surg of ubiquitous devices and WiFi in the last few years have given the general public access to information via the world wide web from anywhere at anytime. Mobile web access challenges de- velopers to create web ...
    • A Comparision between Steganography Software Tools 

      Arif, Hera; Hajjdiab, Hassan (IEEE, 2016-05-26)
      The process of hiding data in a medium that is insignificant, ordinary and not a secret is referred to as Steganography. This medium may be an image, text, video, audio, pdf, etc. The main advantage of Steganography is ...
    • Comparison-Based System-Level Fault Diagnosis: A Neural Network Approach 

      Elhadef, Mourad; Amiya Nayak (IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
      We consider the fault identification problem, also known as the system-level self-diagnosis, in multiprocessor and multicomputer systems using the comparison approach. In this diagnosis model, a set of tasks is assigned ...
    • Complexity Analysis of Featured-Based Image Matching 

      Hajjdiab Hassan; Laganiere Robert (World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2009)
      A fundamental problem in computer vision is to map a pixel in one image to a pixel in another image of the same scene. This is called the image correspondence problem. Many algorithms have been proposed in literature to ...
    • Context-Aware Configuration: A Study on Improving Cell Phone Awareness 

      Khalil, Ashraf; Connelly, Kay (Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, 2005-07-05)
      As the number of mobile devices we carry grows, the job of manag- ing those devices throughout the day becomes cumbersome. This is especially true for cell phones. Despite the many benefits they provide, cell phones create ...
    • Design radius requirements for simple horizontal curves on three-dimensional alignments 

      Easa, Said M; Dabbour, Essam (NRC Research Press, 2003)
      : Current North American design guides have established mathematical relationships to calculate the minimum radius required for horizontal curves as a function of design speed, maximum superelevation, and maximum side fric- ...
    • Development of a Global Web-Based Industrial Process Control Laboratory for Undergraduate and Graduate Engineering Technology Education 

      Al-Khedher, Mohammad; McDonald, Dale B. (researchgate, 2008-11)
      Web technology provides powerful, online, educational tools for teaching and demonstration of automated processes. This paper describes a fundamental global initiative to establish laboratory cooperation based upon integrated ...
    • Development of a Simplified Computerized Tool to Measure the Visibility of Open Spaces 

      Meziani, Rim; Ghazal, Mohammed; Hajjdiab, Hassan (14th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, At MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA, 2015-07)
      The objective of this research is to create a simple computerized tool to measure the visibility of open spaces by testing different scenarios and building arrangements and comparing their visibility graphs to be created ...
    • Driver’s Big Brother: How Smartphones Can Increase Driver’s Awareness 

      Khalil, Ashraf; Elnaffar, Said (SPARC Europe., 2012-06-01)
      Using mobile devices while driving has been widely shown to pose serious safety risk. Various approaches aim at mitigating the risk of mobile devices while driving. Some initiatives have focused on increasing drivers’ ...
    • Examining the Use of Surveys in Measuring Privacy in Ubiquitous Computing 

      Khalil, Ashraf; Connelly, Kay (Citeseer, 2004)
      The study, which examined 24 surveys, concluded that surveys are unlikely to accurately reflect the consumers’ true privacy preferences and concerns. Even though the privacy issues pertaining to the consumer market are ...
    • Examining the Use of Surveys in Measuring Privacy in Ubiquitous Computing 

      Khalil, Ashraf; Connelly, Kay (Citeseer, 2004-01-05)
      With the increasing popularity of ubiquitous computing and context-aware services, the privacy challenges posed by such technologies remain one of the biggest concerns. Several research efforts have been aimed at better ...
    • A Fault-Tolerant Intersection Control Algorithm Under the Connected Intelligent Vehicles Environment 

      Elhadef, Mourad (Springer, 2016)
      In this paper, we introduce a fault-tolerant inVANETs-based intersection control algorithm which relies on vehicle-to-vehicle or vehicle-to-infrastructure communications to control the traffic and grant the privilege to ...
    • Harnessing social dynamics through persuasive technology to promote healthier lifestyle 

      Khalil, Ashraf; Abdallah, Salam (Elsevier, 2013)
      In light of current calls by medical professionals to confront the global issue of obesity and related illnesses, we developed a mobile application called STEP UP that monitors physical activity and provides data that can ...
    • Harnessing social dynamics through persuasive technology to promote healthier lifestyle 

      Khalil, Ashraf; Abdallah, Salam (Elsevier, 2013-03-01)
      In light of current calls by medical professionals to confront the global issue of obesity and related illnesses, we developed a mobile application called STEP UP that monitors physical activity and provides data that can ...
    • Hybrid GPS-GSM Localization of Automobile Tracking System 

      Al-Khedher, Mohammad (Cornell University, 2012-01-12)
      An integrated GPS-GSM system is proposed to track vehicles using Google Earth application. The remote module has a GPS mounted on the moving vehicle to identify its current position, and to be transferred by GSM with other ...
    • Identifying Personalized Autism Related Impairments Using Resting Functional MRI and ADOS Reports 

      Hajidiab, Hassan; Dekhil, Omar; Shalaby, Ahmed (Springer, 2018)
      In this study, a personalized computer aided diagnosis system for autism spectrum disorder is introduced. The proposed system uses resting state functional MRI data to build local classifiers, global classifier, and correlate ...
    • Image Analysis 

      Hajjdiab, Hassan; Khalil, Ashraf (IEEE, 2012-03-28)
      With the proliferation of Web services, it is imperative to minimize spamming and security risks. Spammers use software to automate the process of creating fake online accounts to be used later as a source of spam and ...
    • Improving Cell Phone Awareness by Using Calendar Information 

      Khalil, Ashraf; Connelly, Kay (Springer, 2005-09)
      The many benefits that cell phones provide are at times overshadowed by the problems they create, as when one person’s cell phone disrupts a group activity, such as a class, meeting or movie. Cell phone interruption is ...