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The Effect of the Multi-Layer Text Summarization Model on the Efficiency and Relevancy of the Vector Space-based Information Retrieval,2020 أحمد حسين عبابنة

The Effect of the Multi-Layer Text Summarization Model on the Efficiency and Relevancy of the Vector Space-based Information Retrieval, A Ababneh, J Lu, Q Xu ( 2019 )

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An investigation into a new challenge in an efficient weighting scheme in VSM- based synonyms extraction,2020 أحمد حسين عبابنة

An investigation into a new challenge in an efficient weighting scheme in VSM- based synonyms extraction, A Ababneh, J Lu, Q Xu ( 2020)

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Mahzari, M. (2019). The Closing Sequences and Ritual Expressions of Informal Mobile Phone Calls Between Saudis: A Conversational Analysis. International Journal of English Linguistics, 9(5). محمد عبده محزري

This study aims to examine closing informal mobile phone conversations to identify the parts of closing and ritual expressions used in the sequences between Saudis. Closing is considered a very sensitive and crucial part, not only in face to face communication but also on telephone conversations. The reason is that it is a parting which means that it may be deemed to be a face threatening act (Brown & Levinson, 1987). As a result, caller and callee on telephone, for example, attempt to employ some strategies that can save each other’s face and reassure their relationship. Much work has been conducted on opening conversations on landline telephone calls (Coronel-Molina, 1998; Godard, 1977; Hopper & Doany, 1989; Hopper, Doany, Johnson, & Drummond, 1991; Hopper & Chen, 1996; Houtkoop-Steenstra, 1991; Houtkoop-Steenstra, 2003; Lindström, 1994; Park, 2002; Schegloff, 1967, 1968, 1979, 1986, 2002; Schmidt, 1986; Sifianou, 1989; Sacks, 1992; Sifianou, 1989, 2002; Sun, 2004; Seebus & Grieve, 2008; Saadah, 2009; Taleghani-Nikazm, 2002) and, also, a number of studies on mobile phone calls (Arminen & Leinonen, 2006; Hutchby & Barnett, 2005; Laursen & Szymanski, 2013; Laurier, 2001; Weilenmann, 2003). However, closing sequences have not been studied extensively like opening sequences. This is being so because of the difficulty to identify the beginning of closing and complexity in its structure, for example new topics may be initiated in this part (Schegloff & Sacks, 1973; Button, 1987; 1990). Also, closing is affected by many factors that shape the way of closing such as the type...

Mahzari, M. (2019). Conversation Analysis: Opening Sequences and Ritual Expressions of Informal Mobile Phone Calls between Saudis. Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Special Issue on CALL (5). 220- 251. DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.24093/awej/call5.16 محمد عبده محزري

This study examines opening sequences and ritual expressions of informal mobile phone conversations to identify the sequences and their ritual expressions used in these turns between Saudis. Another goal is to identify whether the opening sequences of mobile phone calls are similar or different from landline opening sequences. Mobile phone (i.e. cell phone) had been used only by businesspeople at the beginning of this technology; however, it has become dominant in our social life and used by adults and even children at the present (Hutchby & Barnett, 2005). It has been argued that, in the previous technological innovations, new technologies such as internet, broadcasting, and landline telephone change social life in terms of creating new forms of social interaction and social practice by producing new structures of conversations that need to be investigated based on empirical studies on naturally occurring data, rather than abstract concepts or assumptions (Hutchby, 2001; Hutchby & Barnett, 2005). Much work of opening conversations has been conducted on landline telephone conversations that began with Sacks’ lectures on conversations on telephone calls made to an emergency psychiatric hospital and Schegloff (1968, 1972, 1979, 1986, 2002) on various topics on opening conversations on telephone such as sequences, identification and recognition, and routine. Schegloff (1968, 1979, 1986) identifies the four canonical sequences in opening American telephone calls; a summons answer sequence, identifications/recognition, greetings, and exchange of how-are-you based on northern American data (i.e. Anglo-Americans). However, Schegloff (2002) acknowledges that he had no opportunity to examine data on the...

An intelligent computing technique based on a dynamic-size subpopulations for unit commitment problem محمد عبدالرحمن الشوربجي حسن
A new intelligent computing based approach for solving multi-objective unit commitment problem (MOUCP) and its fuzzy model is presented in this paper. The proposed intelligent approach combines binary-real-coded genetic algorithm (BRCGA) and K-means clustering technique to find the optimal schedule of the generation units in MOUCP. BRCGA is used in order to tackle both the unit scheduling and load dispatch problems. While, K-means clustering technique is used to divide the population into a specific number of subpopulation with-dynamic-sizes. In this way, different genetic algorithm (GA) operators can apply to each sub-population, instead of using the same GA operators for all population. The proposed intelligent algorithm has been tested on standard systems of MOUCPs. The results showed the efficiency of the proposed approach to solve (MOUCP) and its fuzzy model.

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TIME DEPENDENT SCHRÖDINGER EQUATION FOR TWO LEVEL SYSTEMS TO FIND TRAVERSE RELAXATION TIME اسماء محمد البشير سعد محمد سعد

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Transverse relaxation time is important in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). It is important to construct new models to find new parameters that control imaging quality. In this work Schrodinger Equation in energy space for two level systems was used to find transverse relaxation time. By suggesting sine and cosine beside complex solutions a useful expression for transverse relaxation time was found. When electric interaction dominate, i.e. for dielectric materials the transverse relaxation time depends on the electric dipole moment. However the magnetic materials having magnetic spin and magnetic dipole moment, it depends on the internal field as well as spin quantum number.

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A Hybridization of Sine Cosine Algorithm with Steady State Genetic Algorithm for Engineering Design Problems محمد عبدالرحمن الشوربجي حسن
El-Shorbagy M.A., Farag M.A., Mousa A.A., El-Desoky I.M. (2020) A Hybridization of Sine Cosine Algorithm with Steady State Genetic Algorithm for Engineering Design Problems. In: Hassanien A., Azar A., Gaber T., Bhatnagar R., F. Tolba M. (eds) The International Conference on Advanced Machine Learning Technologies and Applications (AMLTA2019). AMLTA 2019. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 921. Springer, Cham ...
Identifying the Most Significant Solutions from Pareto Front Using Hybrid Genetic K-Means Approach محمد عبدالرحمن الشوربجي حسن

A. Al Malki, M.M. Rizk, M.A. El-Shorbagy, A.A. Mousa, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 11(14) (2016) 8298-8311. 

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Identifying a satisfactory operation point for fuzzy multiobjective environmental/economic dispatch problem محمد عبدالرحمن الشوربجي حسن

A. A. Mousa, M. A. El-Shorbagy.American Journal of Mathematical and Computer Modelling. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016, pp. 1-14. doi: 10.11648/j. ajmcm.20160101.11

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Solving Nonlinear Single-Unit Commitment Problem by Genetic Algorithm Based Clustering Technique محمد عبدالرحمن الشوربجي حسن

M. A. El-Shorbagy, A. A. Mousa, M. Farag, Review of Computer Engineering Research, 4(1) (2017) 11-29. doi: 10.18488/journal. 6.2017.41.11.29

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