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1900
MA, E. G., and E. A. MMH, "On the Determination of Optimal Model Order for GMM-Based Text-Independent Speaker Identification", EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, vol. 2004, issue 8: Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 1900. Abstract
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MA, E. G., and E. A. MMH, "On the Determination of Optimal Model Order for GMM-Based Text-Independent Speaker Identification", EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, vol. 2004, issue 8: Hindawi Publishing Corporation, pp. 1078-1087, 1900. Abstract

Gaussian mixture models (GMMs) are recently employed to provide a robust technique for speaker identification. The determination of the appropriate number of Gaussian components in amodel for adequate speaker representation is a crucial but difficult problem. This number is in fact speaker dependent. Therefore, assuming a fixed number of Gaussian components for all speakers is not justified. In this paper, we develop a procedure for roughly estimating the maximum possible model order above which the estimation of model parameters becomes unreliable. In addition, a theoretical measure, namely, a goodness of fit (GOF) measure is derived and utilized in estimating the number of Gaussian components needed to characterize different speakers. The estimation is carried out by exploiting the distribution of the training data for each speaker. Experimental results indicate that the proposed technique provides results comparable to other well-known model selection criteria like the minimum description length (MDL) and the Akaike information criterion (AIC).

1915
undefined, "Fetuin A", Transplantation proceedings, vol. 47, pp. 2703-2706, 1915. transplantation_proceedings_fetuin_a.pdf
1916
SWH, H., "Cerebellar nuclei and connections in man.", Anatomy Physiology Biochem Int J (APBIJ), vol. 1, issue 1, pp. 555552, 1916. apbij.ms_.id_.555552-2.pdf
, "Cerebellar nuclei and connections in man.", Anatomy Physiology Biochem Int J (APBIJ), vol. 1, issue 1, pp. 555552, 1916. apbij.ms_.id_.555552-2.pdf
1917
توفيق, سعيد, تأويل الفن والدين, , القاهرة, الدار المصرية اللبنانية, 1917.
Farghaly, D. A., A. A. Aboelwafa, M. Y. Hamza, and M. I. Mohamed, "Topical Delivery of Fenoprofen Calcium via Elastic Nano-vesicular Spanlastics: Optimization Using Experimental Design and In Vivo Evaluation", AAPS PharmSciTech, vol. 18, issue 8, pp. 2898-2909, 1917.
1918
Afify, E. A. M. R., I. Elsayed, M. K. Gad, M. I. Mohamed, and A. E. - M. M. R. Afify, "Enhancement of pharmacokinetic and pharmacological behavior of ocular dorzolamide after factorial optimization of self-assembled nanostructures", PLOS ONE, vol. 2, pp. 1-16, 1918.
Farghaly, D. A., A. A. Aboelwafa, M. Y. Hamza, and M. I. Mohamed, "Microemulsion for Topical Delivery of Fenoprofen Calcium: In-vitro and In-vivo Evaluation", Journal of Liposome Research, vol. 28, issue 2, pp. 126-136, 1918.
1919
Helali, M. Y., M. M. Saadeldin, and M. Ibrahim, "Effects of laser irradiation on the microstructure and surface morphology of zinc oxide doped with different additives", CURRENT SCIENCE, vol. VOL. 116, issue NO. 11, pp. 818-828, 1919.
1946
Mendelson, C. L., "The aspiration of stomach contents into the lungs during obstetric anesthesia. Survey, 837-839.", Obstetrical & Gynecological, vol. 1, no. (6),, pp. 837–839, 1946. Abstract
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Mendelson, C. L., "The aspiration of stomach contents into the lungs during obstetric anesthesia. Survey, 837-839.", Obstetrical & Gynecological, vol. 1, no. (6),, pp. 837–839, 1946. Abstract
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1954
El-Shafie, M. M., Skin histology of Egyptian buffaloes and cattle, : M. Sc. Thesis. Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, UAR, 1954. Abstract
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1955
Hafez, E. S. E., A. L. Badreldin, and M. M. Shafei, "Skin structure of Egyptian buffaloes and cattle with particular reference to sweat glands", The Journal of Agricultural Science, vol. 46, issue 01: Cambridge University Press, pp. 19-30, 1955. Abstract

The structure, distribution and dimensions of skin strata and sweat glands have been investigated in Egyptian buffaloes and cattle. Samples from sixteen body regions were taken from three adult bulls of both species. Identical studies were also made on one buffalo calf and two buffalo embryos. Serial vertical and horizontal sections were cut from each body region using the ‘terpineol paraffin wax’ method. The following results were obtained.

1956
Hafez, E. S. E., A. L. Badreldin, and M. A. Sharafeldin, "Heat-tolerance studies of fat-tailed sheep in the subtropics", The Journal of Agricultural Science, vol. 47, issue 03: Cambridge University Press, pp. 280-286, 1956. Abstract

Forty adult (15 months old) fat-tailed Egyptian rams and ewes of the Rahmani and Ossimi breeds were available at the Animal Breeding Research Farm, Giza, Egypt (30° N.). Body temperature and respiration rates were measured twice weekly throughout the year 1953–4. On days of observations, four readings were taken at 10 a.m., 12 noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Skin temperature was measured once weekly at noon for nine body regions, using a precision bridge thermometer. The effects of docking and pregnancy were also studied.

1960
Mellen, W. J., and B. C. Wentworth, "Comparison of methods for estimating thyroid secretion rate in chickens", Poultry Science, vol. 39, issue 3: Poultry Science Association, pp. 678-686, 1960. Abstract
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Sharafeldin, M. A., "Factors affecting litter size in Texel sheep.", Meded. LandbHogesch. Wageningen, vol. 60, issue 3, pp. 1-61, 1960. Abstract
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1961
Shafie, M. M., A. L. Badreldin, M. A. Ghany, and M. Hanafi, "Differential growth and carcass characteristic in the Giza rabbits", Egyptian J Anim Prod, vol. 1, pp. 135-148, 1961. Abstract
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Ghany, M. A., A. L. Badreldin, M. M. Shafie, and M. Hanafi, "Some factors affecting body weight in Giza rabbits", J. Anim. Prod. VAR l, pp. 121-134, 1961. Abstract
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Sharafeldin, M. A., and A. Mostageer, "Suckling in Ossimi and Rahmani lambs", Journal of Animal Production, pp. 15-59, 1961. Abstract
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1962
Shafie, M. M., and A. L. Badreldin, "The role of blood in regulation of body heat in bovines", Journal of Animal Production, Cairo, UAR, vol. 2, pp. 61-76, 1962. Abstract
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Beane, W. L., P. B. Siegel, and H. S. Siegel, "The effect of light on body weight and feed conversion of broilers", Poultry Science, vol. 41, issue 4: Poultry Science Association, pp. 1350-1351, 1962. Abstract

The body weights of 7 to 9 month-old White Leghorn males were observed by Lamoreux (1943) to be significantly greater when light was restricted to less than 9 hours per day. Siegel et al. (1961) reported significantly heavier body weights and better feed conversion in White Leghorn pullets at 8 weeks of age when restricting light to 6 hours per day compared to 14 hours of light per day. In a study with broiler chickens, Moore (1957) found that faster growth was obtained up to 3 or 4 weeks of age with continuous light although feed efficiency was slightly better with less light throughout the growing period. A series of experiments reported by Shutze et al. (1960) indicated that birds exposed to continuous light were superior in body weight gain to those on the other light regimes with the exception of one experiment in which chick growth response to 2 . . .

BUTTLE, G. A., and M. T. Khayyal, "Rapid hepatic shift of worms in mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni after a single injection of tartar emetic.", Nature, vol. 194, pp. 780-1, 1962 May 26. Abstract

MUCH work has already been carried out on the treatment of mice infected with schistosomes. It has been observed that the worms which normally inhabit the mesenteric veins of animals infected with Schistosoma mansoni are forced to migrate to the liver after treatment with active schistosomicidal drugs1–6. This hepatic shift has usually been observed after a full course of treatment, and where the course had been inadequate, relapses were found to occur owing to the re-migration of the worms back to the mesenteric veins. Standen6observed a hepatic shift as early as one day following two oral doses of 42 mgm./ kgm. sodium antimonyl III gluconate, but after 7 days the worms were completely restored to their normal distribution in the hepatic portal system. In the work reported here we followed up the effect of a single dose of tartar emetic on the worm migration to show that the hepatic shift actually occurs much earlier than had been previously expected

BUTTLE, G. A., and M. T. Khayyal, "Rapid hepatic shift of worms in mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni after a single injection of tartar emetic.", Nature, vol. 194, pp. 780-1, 1962 May 26. Abstract
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BUTTLE, G. A., and M. T. Khayyal, "Rapid hepatic shift of worms in mice infected with Schistosoma mansoni after a single injection of tartar emetic.", Nature, vol. 194, pp. 780-1, 1962 May 26. Abstract
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