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Mohamed, S. H., Sensors, , Germany, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2014.
Farag, A. A. E. M., M. M. Mostafa, and H. A. El-Sebaee, Sensory Monofilament test,is it an amazing invention?, , Germany, Lambert academic publishing LAP, 2015. my_lambert_book.pdf
Farag, A. A. E. M., M. M. Mostafa, and H. A. El-Sebaee, Sensory Monofilament test,is it an amazing invention?, , Germany, Lambert academic publishing LAP, 2015. my_lambert_book.pdf
Azem, A. A., M. Mostafa, and H. A. A. Sebaee, Sensory Monofilament Test. Is It An Amazing Invention? , , Deutschland, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015.
Mahmoud, G., Shakespeare's Festive World: A Semiotic Study of Selected plays by William Shakespeare, , German, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013. Abstract

The introduction highlights the concept of "festivity" and how it reached its peak in the Elizabethan age. It also discloses Bakhtin's concept of the "carnivalesque" and sheds light upon the Semiotic theory. The first chapter examines the festive elements in A Midsummer Night's Dream (1595) and As You Like It (1599) as comedies. The second chapter focuses on the festive elements in two of Shakespeare's great tragedies: Othello (1602-3) and King Lear (1605). The third chapter discloses the festive elements in two of Shakespeare's late romances: The Winter's Tale (1610) and The Tempest (1611). The conclusion presents what is deduced from this research: In the comedies, festivity builds up until it reaches its peak with the marriages of the characters at the end. In the tragedies, Shakespeare employs festivity as a tool of intrigue. In the romances, the festive spirit reigns. Yet, the ambivalence of festivity remains as the most remarkable feature.

Scott-Young, C., Maged Georgy, and A. Grisinger, Shared leadership in project teams: An integrative multi-level conceptual model and research agenda, , vol. 37, pp. 565– 581, 2019/03/24. Abstract

This article appeared in a journal published by Elsevier. The attached copy is furnished to the author for internal non-commercial research and education use, including for instruction at the author's institution and sharing with colleagues. Other uses, including reproduction and distribution, or selling or licensing copies, or posting to personal, institutional or third party websites are prohibited. In most cases authors are permitted to post their version of the article (e.g. in Word or Tex form) to their personal website or institutional repository. Authors requiring further information regarding Elsevier's archiving and manuscript policies are encouraged to visit: Abstract Shared leadership has rarely been studied in the project management context, despite its proven performance-enhancing benefits in other management domains. Based on a systematic review of the salient literature from multiple disciplines, this paper develops a new multi-level conceptual model to advance a holistic understanding of how shared leadership develops and how it may impact individual, team, project and wider organisational performance. The conceptual model draws upon the input-mediator-output-input perspective of systems theory, which is well-established in the general team literature. The new integrative model identifies the potential multi-level antecedents, proximal team functioning outcomes, and the more distal multi-level outcomes of shared leadership based on findings from the shared leadership literature drawn largely from other domains. Potential boundary conditions of the model are identified. A future research agenda is recommended for empirically testing the new multi-level shared leadership model and its different elements in a diverse range of project contexts.

Anwar, M., S. Mahfouz, and N. Marie, SPECIAL PATHOLOGY (Department of pathology), , 2014.
Mansour, H., and A. Gamal, spectroscopy of quarkonium systems, , 2020.
Mansour, H., and A. Gamal, Spectroscopy of Quarkonium Systems, , USE, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2020.
Ward, P. T., and S. J. Mellor, Structured {Development} for {Real}-{Time} {Systems}, , vol. 1, Introduction & Tools, New York, N.Y., Yourdon Press, 1985. Abstract
Ward, P. T., and S. J. Mellor, Structured {Development} for {Real}-{Time} {Systems}, , vol. 2, Essential modelling techniques, New York, N.Y., Yourdon Press, 1986. Abstract
Salem, M. M., A. M. Zaki, O. A. Mahgoub, E. El-Zahab, and O. P. Malik, Studies on a Multi-Machine Power System With a Neural Network Based Excitation Controller”, Proceedings , , Seattle, USA, IEEE Power Engineering Society, 2000. Abstract
Metwalli, S. M., A. H. Kamel, and A. A. Saheb, Surface Roughness Effect on Laser Speckles Using Speckle Image Processing, : IBM Kuwait Scientific Center, 1985. Abstract
Diea G., A. E. - H., and E. - D. Musaad A., Swine Influenza أنفلونزا الخنازير, : Qassim University, Saudi Arabia, 2010. Abstract
Hassaneen, H. M., K. M. Dawood, M. S. M. Ahmed, H. A. Abdelhadi, and M. A. - M. Mohamed, Synthesis of ethynylated biaryls and asymmetric diethynylated benzene via sequential Sonogashira and Suzuki couplings in water, : Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan Library, 2015. Abstract
Leon, H., H. Osman, Maged Georgy, and M. Elsaid, System Dynamics Approach for Forecasting Performance of Construction Projects, , vol. 34, pp. 04017049, 2018/01/01. Abstract

Accurate and reliable prediction of project performance is critical to the success of construction projects and companies alike. Such prediction assists in obtaining early warnings against potential problems. Existing project performance forecasting models are fragmented, especially regarding the consideration of interdependency between multidimensional performance indicators. To address these limitations, a system dynamics (SD) model was developed to simulate the complexities that exist among interdependent variables and forecast their dynamics over time. The proposed model integrates eight construction project performance indices, which have been identified through literature review and interviews with domain experts. Performance dimensions include cost, schedule, quality, profitability, safety, environment, team satisfaction, and client satisfaction. This model focuses on the construction phase of projects under unit price contracts and is intended for use by contractors. The model was tested on a road construction project to assess its practicality and accuracy. Results demonstrate general agreement between actual and forecasted performance indices. The model was also used to simulate four possible intervention scenarios by the project manager. Results of various scenarios show overall agreement with expected impacts of the interventions. The research advances the state of practice and knowledge of project performance forecasting through the creation of a more holistic and interdependent model of project performance metrics.

Sadek, S. A., A. M. Soliman, and M. Marzouk, Therapeutic efficacy of Allolobophora caliginosa on hepatoxicity, , Germany, Lambert Academic publishing , 2015.
Mohamed, A. M., Tips and Tricks in Cardiology , , Cairo, Dar El Atebba Publishing and Distribution, 2020. hot_topics_in_cardiology_1.pdf