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Khouly, H., "Similarities in Plato’s “Myth of Er” and Dante’s Divine Comedy", Philosophia, Research Centre on Greek Philosophy, Academy of Athens, vol. 47, pp. 307-313, 2017.
Taha, M. S. S., N. M. B. Rahim, and O. A. Mahgoub, "Simple Controller for Boost Converter for Fuel Cell Applications", 13th Middle East Power Systems Conference, Egypt, 2009. Abstract
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Mahmoud, M. A., "Simple Linear Profiles", Statistical Analysis of Profile Monitoring, Newyork, John Wiley & Sons, INC, 2011.
Mahgoub, O. A., "Simple ZVS for Soft Switching VSI”; ACEMP’01 Conference", 06531 Ankara, TÜRKÌYE, pp. 540-543, 2001. Abstract
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Ali, A. F., and A. - E. Hassanien, "A Simplex Nelder Mead Genetic Algorithm for Minimizing Molecular Potential Energy Function", Applications of Intelligent Optimization in Biology and Medicine: Springer International Publishing, pp. 1–21, 2016. Abstract
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El Said, M., "Simulacra of Ideology in Egyptian Advertisements", Popular Culture in the Middle East and North Africa: A Postcolonial Outlook , London, Routledge, 2013.
Annaby, M. H., and R. M. Asharabi, "Sinc-Gaussian Approach for Solving the Inverse Heat Conduction Problem", New Sinc Methods of Numerical Analysis: Festschrift in Honor of Frank Stenger's 80th Birthday, Cham, Springer International Publishing, pp. 3 - 21, 2021. Abstract

We introduce a new numerical method based on the sinc-Gaussian operator Operatorsfor solving the inverse heat equation. We establish rigorous proofs of the error estimates for both truncation and aliasing errors. The effect of the amplitude error, which has not been considered before, is also investigated theoretically and numerically for the first time in inverse heat problems. The domain of solvability of the inverse heat problem Inverse heat problemis enlarged and numerical examples show the superiority of the technique over the classical sinc-method. The power of the method is exhibited through several examples.

Hadi, A. A., A. W. Mohamed, and K. M. Jambi, "Single-Objective Real-Parameter Optimization: Enhanced LSHADE-SPACMA Algorithm", Heuristics for Optimization and Learning, Cham, Springer International Publishing, pp. 103 - 121, 2021. Abstract

Hadi, Anas A.Mohamed, Ali W.Jambi, Kamal M.Real parameter optimization is one of the active research fields during the last decade. The performance of LSHADE-SPACMALSHADE was competitive in IEEE CEC’2017 competition on Single Objective Bound Constrained Real-Parameter Single Objective Optimization. Besides, it was ranked fourth among twelve papers were presented on and compared to this new benchmark problems. In this work, an improved version named ELSHADE-SPACMASPACMA is introduced. In LSHADE-SPACMA, p value that controls the greediness of the mutation strategy is constant. While in ELSHADE-SPACMAESHADE, p value is dynamic. Larger value of p will enhance the exploration, while smaller values will enhance the exploitation. We further enhanced the performance of ELSHADE-SPACMA by integrating another directed mutation strategy within the hybridization framework. The proposed algorithm has been evaluated using IEEE CEC’2017 benchmark. According to the comparison results, the proposed ELSHADE-SPACMA algorithm is better than LSHADE and LSHADE-SPACMA. Besides, The comparison results between ELSHADE-SPACMA and the best three algorithms from the IEEE CEC’2017 Competition indicate that ELSHADE-SPACMA algorithm shows overall better performance and it is highly competitive algorithm for solving global optimization problems.

, "Sliver", All Things Ancient Egypt: An Encyclopedia of the Ancient Egyptian World, California, ABC-CLIO , In Press.
El-Bendary, N., Mohamed Mostafa M. Fouad, Rabie A. Ramadan, S. Banerjee, and A. E. Hassanien, "Smart Environmental Monitoring Using Wireless Sensor Networks.", Wireless Sensor Networks: Theory and Applications, pp. 733-755, , USA, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, 2013. k15146_c025.pdf
Abdel Salam, A. M., "Sobre la necesidad de marcar aspectos pragmáticos en el diccionario bilingüe (español-árabe) de F. Corriente", Avances de lexicografía hispánica (II), , Tarragona - Spain, publicaciones de la Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, 2012.
Azab, A. E., M. A. Mahmood, and H. A. Hefny, "Social Media and Social Networking: The Present and Future Directions", Social Media for Knowledge Management Applications in Modern Organizations: IGI Global, 2018.
Panda, M., N. El-Bendary, M. Salama, A. E. Hassanien, and A. Abraham, "Social Networks Analysis: Basics, Measures and Visualizing Authorship Networks in DBLP Data", Computational Social Networks: Mining and Visualization, London, Series in Computer Communications and Networks, Springer Verlag, 2012. Abstract

Social Network Analysis (SNA) is becoming an important tool for investigators, but all the necessary information is often available in a distributed environment. Currently there is no information system that helps managers and team leaders to monitor the status of a social network. This chapter presents an overview of the basic concepts of social networks in data analysis including social networks analysis metrics and performances. Different problems in social networks are discussed such as uncertainty, missing data and finding the shortest path in social network. Community structure, detection and visualization in social network analysis is also discussed and reviewed. This chapter bridges the gap among the users by combining social network analysis methods and information visualization technology to help user visually identify the occurrence of a possible relationship amongst the members in a social network. In addition, briefly describing the different performance measures that have been encountered during any network analysis in order to understand the fundamental behind the comprehension. This chapter also, presents an online analysis tool called Forcoa.NET, which is built over the DBLP dataset of publications from the field of computer science, which is focused on the analysis and visualization of the co-authorship relationship based on the intensity and topic of joint publications. Challenges to be ad dressed and future directions of research are also presented and an extensive bibliography is included.order to understand the fundamental behind the comprehension. This chapter also, presents an online analysis tool called Forcoa.NET, which is built over the DBLP dataset of publications from the field of computer science, which is focused on the analysis and visualization of the co-authorship relationship based on the intensity and topic of joint publications. Challenges to be ad dressed and future directions of research are also presented and an extensive bibliography is included.

Ghali, N., M. Panda, A. E. Hassanien, A. Abraham, and V. Snasel, "Social networks analysis: Tools, measures and visualization", Computational Social Networks: Springer London, pp. 3–23, 2012. Abstract
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Ghali, N., M. Panda, A. E. Hassanien, A. Abraham, and V. Snasel, "Social networks analysis: Tools, measures and visualization", Computational Social Networks: Springer London, pp. 3–23, 2012. Abstract
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Salama, M., M. Panda, Y. Elbarawy, A. E. Hassanien, and A. Abraham, "Social Networks Security and Privacy: Basics,Threats and Case Study to Visualize Foreign Terrorist Network dataset", Computational Social Networks: Security and Privacy, London, Series in Computer Communications and Networks, Springer Verlag, , 2012. Abstract

The continuous self-growing nature of social networks makes it hard to define a line of safety around these networks. Users in social networks are not interacting with the web only, but also with trusted groups that may contain enemies. There are different kinds of attacks on these networks including causing damage to the computer systems and steeling information about users. These attacks are not affecting individuals only, but also the organizations they are belonging to. Protection from these attacks should be performed by the users and security experts of the network. Advices should be provided to users of these social networks. Also security-experts should be sure that the contents transmitted through the network do not contain malicious or harmful data. This chapter shows the security risks and the tasks applied to minimize those risks. Explain the most famous ways that attackers and malicious use. Then show the security measures for each way. Also present a security guide and a social network security and privacy made in 2011, and finally a case study about the list of Foreign Terrorist Network dataset.

Ghali, N., M. Panda, A. E. Hassanien, A. Abraham, and V. Snasel, "Social Networks: Computational Aspects and Mining", Computational Social Networks: Tools, Perspectives and Applications, London, Computer and Communication Networks Springer Series, 2012. Abstract

Computational social science is a new emerging field that has overlapping regions from Mathematics, Psychology, Computer Sciences, Sociology,and Management. Social computing is concerned with the intersection of social behavior and computational systems. It supports any sort of social behavior in or through computational systems. It is based on creating or recreating social conventions and social contexts through the use of software and technology. Thus, blogs, email, instant messaging, social network services, wikis, social bookmarking, and other instances of what is often called social software illustrate ideas from social computing. Social network analysis is the study of relationships among social entities. It is becoming an important tool for investigators. However all the necessary information is often distributed over a number of Web sites. Interest in this field is blossoming as traditional practitioners in the social and behavioral sciences are being joined by researchers from statistics, graph theory, machine learning and data mining. In this chapter, we illustrate the concept of social networks from a computational point of view, with a focus on practical services, tools, and applications and open avenues for further research. Challenges to be addressed and future directions of research are presented and an extensive bibliography is also included.

Klein, H. K., and R. Hirschheim, "Social {Change} and the {Future} of {Information} {Systems} {Development}", Critical {Issues} in {Information} {Systems} {Research}, Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, pp. 275–305, 1987. Abstract
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Hashem, A. M., and B. Gastman, "Soft Tissue Flaps for Maxillary Reconstruction", Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery: Wolters Kluwer, 2019.
Abdel Sattar, A. M., H. Bonakdari, A. Negm, B. Gharabaghi, and M. Elhakeem, "Soil Aquifer Treatment System Design Equation for Organic Micropollutant Removal", Groundwater in the Nile Delta, Cham, Springer International Publishing, pp. 307 - 326, 2019. Abstract

Rapid population growth and mass migration from rural to urban centers have contributed to a new era of water sacristy, and a significant drop in per capita freshwater availability, resulting in the reuse of wastewater emerging as a viable alternative. The reuse of wastewater after treatment using the soil aquifer treatment (SAT) has recently gained popularity due to low operating/maintenance cost of the method. However, the presence of organic micropollutants (OMPs) may present a health risk if the SAT is not adequately designed to ensure required attenuation of the OMPs. An important aspect of the design of the SAT system is the large degree of natural variability in the OMP concentrations/loads in the wastewater and the uncertainty associated with the current methods for calculation of the removal efficiency of the SAT for the OMPs. This study presents a novel model for more accurate prediction of the removal efficiency of the SAT system for the OMPs and the fate of the OMPs trapped within the vadose zone. A large data set is compiled covering a broad range of aquifer conditions, and the SAT system parameters, including hydraulic loading rate and dry/wet ratio. This study suggests that removal of OMPs in SAT systems is most affected by biodegradation rate and soil saturated hydraulic conductivity, in addition to dry to wet ratio. This conclusion is reached by the application of the developed prediction model using data sets from the case study SAT systems in Egypt.

Henawy, A. R., and A. A. Halema, "Soil Biodiversity in Changing Climate", Climate Change and Ecosystems, Boca Raton, CRC Press, 2022.
Henawy, A. R., and A. A. Halema, Soil Biodiversity in Changing Climate, , 2022.