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Elkorany, S. M., A. S. Yassin, M. A. Amin, and F. D. Mourad, Detection of Relevant Virulence Factors of Legionella pneumophila from Egyptian Environment, , Cairo, Cairo, 2015.
Hosni, H. N., H. Eltabakh, and E. Elsherif, Detection of T-cell subsets (CD4 + and CDS +) in chronic hepatitis and liver cirrhosis,, , Egypt, Cairo, 1999.
Elmaghraby, E. M., H. A. EL-Esawy, and A. M. Saudi, Deterioration of some fat rich food products with special reference to their fatty acids profile, , giza, Cairo, 2015. 3-abstract.pdf
G.E.Nasr, M.A.Refai, E. S. d Badawy, and Y.F.Sharobeem, Development and Evaluation of A Turfgrass Aeration Machine, , Giza, cairo university, 2015.
Abdelnaby, A. A., S. A. Abdelfatah, O. R. Elmahgoub, and M. M. Ellamye, Development and validation of the breast and cervical cancer literacy measure for Egyptian female, , Cairo, Cairo University, 2016.
Hassanein, A. A. A., A Development Framework for Integrating MIS and BPMS, , Giza, Cairo University, 2017. Abstract

For the organization to manage their business needs and attain competitive advantage it is
imperative to use different types of Information systems to support two main areas: namely
the transactions and data management as well as the business process management. Having
a number of disparate systems could result into the repetition of work and present data
inconsistencies. Thus the integration of these systems became of an extreme importance.
The principle key objective of this research is to propose a framework for the development
of an integrated and unified information system that will offer all the functions and features
of both Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP) and the Business Process
Management Systems (BMPS). This will provide the different organizations with the
capability to eliminate the repetition of work and removing the inconsistencies of having
two different systems.
The proposed framework reduces the cost of integrating such systems as well as increasing
the speed of their development process. It will be based on the Model-View-Controller
(MVC) design pattern. Justification for the choice is presented.
The proposed framework is evaluated through presenting three case studies which
compare the proposed framework results with other methods which achieve the ERP-BPM
integration specifically the process code embedding method which is the other alternative
method to achieve the integration during the development of the system.
The results of the comparison show that faster development and reduced number of lines
of code are used by average 24% leading to reducing the man/day cost needed to complete
the system development by average 22.7%

Hassanein, A. A. A., S. A. Mazen, and E. E. Hassanein, A Development Framework for Integrating MIS and BPMS, : Cairo university , 2017.
, Development of a Computer Program Demonstrating the Surface Anatomy of the Equine Thoracic Limb, , Giza, Cairo univ , 2014. Abstract

There is no doubt that surface anatomy plays an important role in veterinary practice. The present work aimed to develop an interactive computer program demonstrating the surface anatomy of equine thoracic limbs. We used 40 thoracic limbs obtained from 20 ethically sourced animals including horses, donkeys and mule. The data in the developed multimedia computer program were based on various anatomical techniques including preparation of bony skeletons, dissection of fresh and embalmed cadavers, and latex preparations. The program multimedia assets involved images, video clips, audio narration, and self–learning quizzes. The produced program will be of great benefit to veterinary students, and practitioners.

Bayoumi, H. N., Development of a Finite Element Program for Nonlinear Rotordynamics Analysis Using Equivalent Linearization, : M. Sc. thesis, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, 1995. Abstract
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