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Taha, S., M. El Abd, C. De Gobba, M. Abdel-Hamid, E. Khalil, and D. Hassan, "Antioxidant and antibacterial activities of bioactive peptides in buffalo’s yoghurt fermented with different starter cultures", Food Science and Biotechnology, vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 1325-1332, 2017. AbstractWebsite
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Taha, F. M., A. A. Zeeneldin, A. M. Helal, A. A. Gaber, Y. A. Sallam, H. Ramadan, and M. M. Moneer, "Prognostic value of serum vascular endothelial growth factor in Egyptian females with metastatic triple negative breast cancer.", Clinical biochemistry, vol. 42, issue 13-14, pp. 1420, 2009. Abstract
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Taha, S., F. Amer, and S. E. - O. H. Ahmed, "Study Analysis on Multicast Stream Authentication", Annual Conference on Statistics, Computer Science and Operation Research,, Cairo, Egypt, 2004.
Taha, M. M., M. A. E. - R. Mohamed, and M. E. Hasanin, "EFFECT OF HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING ON ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN POSTMENOPAUSAL HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS: RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL", Int J Physiother. , vol. . Vol 3, issue (1), pp. 39-44, 2016. 08ijphy321_c.done_.pdf
Taha, M. A. M., M. A. AbdElhameed, BADAWY KHALIFA, A. Nassar, and O. A. Sabry, The value of bilateral neck dissection in management of patients of supraglottic carcinoma , , Giza, Cairo univ , 2017.
Taha, A., A. Mahgoub, and E. Abulzahab, A three-port bidirectional buck-boost regulator optimised for solar lighting applications, : IEEE, pp. 1316 - 1321, 2017. Abstract
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Taha, H. S., A. M. Mohamed, H. A. Mahrous, M. M. Shaker, O. S. Alsayed, H. G. Sayed, H. H. Rizk, and M. A. Abdelwahab, "Correlation of echocardiographic parameters in prone and supine positions in normal adults using a novel approach", Echocardiography, issue 00, pp. 1-9, 2021. prone.pdf
Taha, S., M. El Abd, C. De Gobba, M. Abdel-Hamid, E. Khalil, F. - U. Hassan, and D. Fathy, "The multifunctional activity of water-soluble peptides’ extract of Domiati cheese during accelerated ripening by Neutrase", Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, vol. 44, no. 5, 2020. AbstractWebsite
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Taha, A. A., "Re-operation after failed femoro-distal bypass. ", Kasr El-Aini Journal of Surgery, , vol. 29, issue Jan.2004., pp. 26-31, 2004.
Taha, M. H. N., M. H. N. Taha, A. E. Hassanien, and I. Selim, "Deep Galaxy V2: Robust Deep Convolutional Neural Networks for Galaxy Morphology Classifications", The IEEE International Conference on Computing Sciences and Engineering (ICCSE), Kuwait City, Kuwait, 122-127, 2018.
Taha, M. H., M. M. Abdallah, and A. A. A. El-Monem, "Improving salinity tolerance and yield of barley (Horde vulgare L.) plants using arginine.", International Journal of Academic Research, vol. 5, issue 5A: Progress Publishing LLC, pp. 105-113, 2013. Abstract
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Taha, A. A., "Endovascular recanalization of long tibial occlusion for diabetic foot salvage. ", PanArab Vascular Society second annual meeting (PAVA) and Orient 2, Damascus, Syria, 3-6 March , 2008.
Taha, N. F. H., and H. A. E. Sebaee, "Concerns Regarding Organ Donation among Adult Patients with Different Health Problems in Egypt", Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare , vol. Vol.4, , issue No.21, pp. 17-29, 2014. concerns_regarding_organ_donation_among_adult_patients_with_different_health_problems_in_egypt_.pdf
Taha, N. F. H., and M. M. Moustafa, "Hope level and satisfaction with life among patients with permanent colostomy and their", Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, , vol. 3, issue 13, 2013.
Taha, M. H. N., Improving QoS of Data Transmission over Wireless Sensor Networks, , Cairo, Cairo University, 2013. Abstractmnasrtaha_phd_thesis

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) consist of sensor nodes that are spatially distributed. These sensor nodes are connected to each other through wireless technology. They are an important emerging technology that will revolutionize sensing for a wide range of military, scientific, industrial and civilian applications. In many WSN applications, the sensor nodes are deployed in an ad hoc style without careful any pre-planning and engineering. Once deployed, the sensor nodes must have the ability to autonomously organize themselves into a wireless communication network.

New packet scheduling schemes have been developed for real-time data communication. These schemes work on prioritizing packets according to their deadlines. Packet prioritizing cannot support real time applications or assure network lifetime. In extreme traffic environments, large queues may lead to packet delay and packet dropping. Packet dropping leads to energy loss, as a packet could have consumed high energy in order to be delivered to its destination.

The continuous decrease in the size and cost of sensors has motivated intensive research addressing the potential of collaboration among sensors in data. Current research on routing and scheduling in wireless sensor networks focused on energy aware protocols to maximize the lifetime of the network. These researches are scalable to accommodate a large number of sensor nodes. In addition, they are tolerant to sensor damage and battery exhaustion. Sensor networks are deployed to gather information for later analysis, monitoring or tracking of phenomena in real-time.
In WSNs, transmitted packets are queued at intermediate nodes. Each node schedules the queued packets by assigning priorities to each packet. Priorities are assigned to packets according to their deadlines. This method in packet prioritization does not take into consideration either the network life time or energy consumption. Besides, it may lead to dropping high energy valuable packets. In many applications, WSN lifetime is considered a very critical issue, while setting up the network.

In this thesis, a new scheduling scheme, named Energy Based Scheduling scheme is introduced. In this scheme, packets are not only prioritized according to their deadlines but also according to some energy measures related to the network, that are obtained from the network nodes and are used in packet prioritization. The proposed scheme is integrated with the AODV routing protocol. The unused bits in the AODV packets are used by the proposed scheme in assigning sending priorities to each packet in the network. Through this thesis, the proposed scheduling scheme is compared with the Basic Priority Scheduling scheme, using NS-2. Comparisons are done according the network life time, energy consumption and the fairness index measure. The results prove that the Energy Based scheduling scheme increase the network life time and decrease the energy consumption for the goodput packets. On the other hand, the fairness index was affected.

Taha, M. H., M. NASSER, and A. Anwar, "Dynamic snap-through of a negative shallow arch resting on a fluid layer", Ships and Offshore Structures, vol. 9, issue 3, pp. 266-271, 2014. dynamic_snap_through_.._-_saoa.pdf
Taha, M. H., "General Analysis of Stressed Beams on Elastic Foundation Subjected to Discontinuous Loads", SHIPS AND OFFSHORE STRUCTURES, vol. 12, issue 3, pp. 388-394, 2017. beams_general_analysis_-_saoa_-_2017.pdf
Taha, S. H., A. A. M. El-Fattah, S. Y. El-Dairy, and N. R. Attalla, "Probiotic Ice Cream: manufacture, properties and survival of added probiotic microorganisms", Egyptian J. Dairy Sci., vol. 33, pp. 105–113, 2005. Abstract
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Taha, A., and A. S. Hadi, "Anomaly Detection Methods for Categorical Data: A Review", ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR), vol. 52, issue 2, pp. 38:1-38-35, 2019.
Taha, H. A., N. H. Abdallah, M. N. Salem, M. I. A. Elazeem, and N. Naeem, "Urinary and tissue monocyte chemoattractant protein1 (MCP1) in lupus nephritis patients", The Egyptian Rheumatologist, vol. 39, pp. 145-150, 2017.
Taha, Y. M., A. Nassar, D. Tawfic, and K. K. S. E. D. E. - R. S. Metwally, "Identity in Egypt: Snapshots of Egyptian Youth", International RC21 conference, Amsterdam,, 2011. Abstract

The findings showed some extremely crispy and interesting insights and facts throughout all the themes.
For example, it was blunt that globalization had its impacts on the core concept of this research which is hybridity. Globalization effects were negatively impacting the identity of the Egyptians
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according to the sample under study.
What was also interesting is the fact that the relationship between the identity and crisis was referred to as something negative and positive at the same time. Though some found it humiliating that the Egyptians only remember their identity during crises, others found it only more obvious during these times with no positive or negative tangible implications.
On the language front, many participants highlighted slipping English phrases/words into their day to day dialogue. Nevertheless, it is worth mentioning that those who said they use it aren‟t fluent English speakers, or even cannot speak the language at all, while the analysis of the written language implied a sort of hybridity; some members of the sample spoke Arabic though they filled in the questionnaire in English, writing some English and some Arabic, or filling in the questionnaires fully in English Also, it is important to note that the sample indicated that slang language is an exclusive creation for the Egyptian youth.
When it comes to gender, a key finding could be that Egyptian Identity is at its clearest forms in the gender theme, especially when it comes to religion and religiosity. Also, the connotations of the concepts of 'Ibn Al-Balad, Sit Bi Meet Ragil, and Si El Sayyid' have witnessed slight changes nowadays differing relatively from that perceived by older generations.
Finally, the analysis in E-identity theme showed that different aspects of identity were practiced (sometimes only) virtually. The predominant language of the software used was English. The language used online, while chatting and socially networking, varied between Arabic, English, and the Latinized Arabic. Yet, though some preferred the Arabic language online, many did not use it but only in exceptional situations or not at all. Furthermore, identity was expressed online by some to avoid the real world restrictions when expressing themselves. Others felt no problem in dealing with both worlds in the very same way, but the internet was only a wider space for spreading the word. It also showed that practices online had its implications on the real world and it also allowed transcending reality barriers particularly for gender communications and relationships.

Taha, S. H., M. Abdel-Hamid, A. A. Awad, and F. M. F. Elshaghabee, "Extending the Shelf Life of Ghee Using Garden Cress and Jojoba Oils as Alternatives of Synthetic Antioxidants", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, vol. 65, no. 3, pp. 315-322, 2022. AbstractWebsite
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Taha, A. A., and O. A. ElKashef, "The Mid-forearm arteriovenous fistula; An Underestimated angioaccess procedure. ", Kasr El-Aini Journal of Surgery, , vol. 28, issue Jan.2004., pp. 17-21, 2004.
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