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and W. Khalifa, F. Samuel, G. J., "Nucleation of Solid Aluminum on Inclusion Particles Injected into Al-Si-Fe Alloys", Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, vol. 35A, pp. 3233-3250, 2004.
W. Khalifa, A. D. M. M., Y. Tsunekawa, and M. Okumiya, "Effect of Ultrasonic Treatment on Fe-intermetallic Phases in ADC12 Al-Si Die Cast Alloy", Journal of Materials Processing Technology, pp. 2178–2187, 2010.
W. M. Amer, N. F. Elshayeb, A. K. Hegazy, M. S. Abbas, A.S.Soliman, and A. M. M. Wahab, "Species diversity and climate an intimate relationship over the last decades in the Mediterranean region: the case study of Sallum Sector, Egypt.", Flora Mediterranea, vol. 30, pp. 65-79, 2020.
W. M. Elsrogy, M. H. M. A., ""Water Production Forecasting Based On Artificial Inetelligence Techniques",", 1st International Conference and Exhibition on Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation (SWSSC'2010), July, 2010, Cairo, Egypt.: HCWW, 2010. Abstract
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W. M. Mahmoud, D. Elfiky, S. M. Robaa, M. S. Elnawawy, and S. M. Yousef, "Effect of Atomic Oxygen on LEO CubeSat", Int. J. Aeronaut. Space Sci. , 2021.
W. M. Mahmoud, D. Elfiky, S. M. Robaa, M. S. Elnawawy, and S. M. Yousef, "Effect of Atomic Oxygen on LEO CubeSat", International Journal of Aeronautical and Space Sciences, 2021.
W. Mohyeldin, M. G. Darwish, S. M. I. K., "“Video Streaming Over Ad-Hoc Networks Using Group of Picture Multiple Description Coding", International Journal of Intelligent Computing and Information Science, vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 55 – 69, 2007. Abstract

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W. Soliman, A., and et al, Molecular detection of the most common bacterial pathogens affecting economically important Egyptian Red Sea fishes, , vol. 25, issue 4, pp. 669 - 688, 2021. AbstractWebsite

The current study aimed to investigate the most common pathogenic bacteria that are naturally infecting wild marine fishes collected at different localities along the coastline zone of Hurghada City, Egypt. A total of 300 samples of marbled spine foot Siganus rivulatus and the Haffara Seabream Rhabdosargus haffara were subjected to clinical and bacteriological examinations. The examined fishes showed the characteristic clinical signs and postmortem lesions of vibriosis and photobacteriosis. Based on the morpho-chemical characterization, bacterial isolates retrieved from the naturally infected fishes were identified as Vibrio spp. and Photobacterium spp. Through sequencing 16S rRNA genes, the identities of bacterial isolates were confirmed as V. alginolyticus, V. vulnificus, P. damselae subsp. damselae and P. damselae subsp < em> piscicida. Vibrio alginolyticus was the most frequent isolated bacterial pathogen and represented 54.4% and 46.7% of the total isolates recovered from S. rivulatus and R. haffara, respectively. Thus, the current study confirmed that Vibrio and Photobacterium species remain the most prevalent bacterial pathogens infecting Egyptian Red Sea fishes.  From food safety perspective, these types of infections could pose potential public health hazards.

W.A., A. - W., S. A. - M. wahab, and O. T. Kamel, "Using Safe Alternatives for Controlling Postharvest Decay,Maintaining Quality of Crimson Seedless Grape.", World Applied Sciences Journal, vol. 31, issue 7, pp. 1345-1357, 2014. Abstract
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and W.A. Badawy, A. G. Gad-Alla, A. E. - R. A. - R. H. A. M. M., A. G. Gad-Alla, A. E. - H. A. Rahman, and M. M. Abou-Romia, ""Kinetics of the Passivation of Molybdenum in Acids and Alkali Solutions as Inferred from Impedance and Potential Measurements"", Surface and Coatings Technology, vol. 27, pp. 187, 1986.
W.A.Ahmed, J.El-Jakee, F.R.El-Seedy, and et al, "Vaginal bacterial profile of buffalo-cows in relation to ovarian activity.", Global Veterenaria., vol. 1 (1), pp. 1-8., 2007. vaginal_bacterial_profile_of_buffalo-cows_in_relation_to_ovarian_activity..pdf
W.A.Badawy, F. M. Al-Kharafi, and E. Y. Al-Hassan, "“The electrochemical Behaviour of Cadmium in Aqueous Solutions.”", Materials Science Forum , vol. 289-292, pp. 849-860, 1998.
W.A.Badawy, ""Schottky- Barrier Photovoltaic and Photoelectrochemical Cells of the System n-Si/Oxide".", International Symposium on Electrochemical Science and Technology (ISEST), Aug.24-26 , 1995, The University of Hong Kong , Page L13,1-8., Hong Kong, 24 August, 1995.
W.A.Badawy, H. E. El-Feky, N. H. Helal, and H. H. Mahmmed, "Hydrogen Production on Molybdenum in H2SO4 Solutions", J. Power Sources, vol. 271 , pp. 480-488, 2014.
W.A.Badawy, F. M. Al-Kharafi, and E. Y. Al-Hassan, " “The electrochemical Behaviour of Cadmium in Aqueous Solutions.”", Materials Science Forum , vol. 289-292, pp. 849-860, 1998.
W.A.Badawy, "Improved Solar Cells for Environmentally Safe Energy Conversion"", 47 th ISE meeting ,1-6 Sept.(1996) , Veszrem-Balatonfured , Hungary, p5b.28., Veszrem-Balatonfured , Hungary,, 1-6 September, 1996.
W.Ahmed, A.Badr, and I.Farag, "A Comparative Study Of Web Document Classification Approaches", 37th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, 2007. Abstract

With the continuous growth in the World Wide Web, the need arises for indexing and classifying Web documents for fast retrieval of relevant information accessible through it. Traditionally, classification has been accomplished manually. A recent study revealed that, there exist about 29.7 billion pages on the Web in February 2007, which means that manual classification would be infeasible and reflects the need for automated techniques for accomplishing this task. Though Web documents should follow the basic definitions on Hypertext Markup Language, they are known to be unstructured or semi-structured, which imposes new challenges to Web classification especially in the area of feature selection. The objective of this paper is to investigate Web document classification approaches, and compare between recent techniques proved promising in literature within this field. Traditionally, automatic classification is performed by extracting information for representing a web document from the document hypertext itself. Several approaches are used for Web classification; the simplest one uses text features only, known as Text-Only approach. Other approaches include Hypertext approach, Link Analysis approach, and Neighborhood Category approach, depending on the type of context features used. Techniques used with each approach as we as their result, and a final conclusion will be presented.

W.Ali, N., S. S. Abbas, H. E. - S. Zaazaa, M. MohamedAbdelrahmana, and M. A. Kawy, "Validated stabilityindicatingmethodsfordetermination of nitazoxanideinpresenceofitsdegradationproducts", Journal ofPharmaceuticalAnalysis, vol. 2, issue 2, pp. 104-115, 2012.
W.Ali, N., M. Gamal, and M. Abdelkawy, "Spectrophotometric determination of Diiodohydroxyquinoline in presence of Metronidazole in pharmaceutical formulation.", International Journal of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, vol. 3, issue 2, pp. 52-58, 2013.
W.Ali, N., H. A. ZaaZaa, M. Abdelkawy, and M. A. Magdy, "Simultaneous HPTLC and RP-HPLC methods for determination of bumadizone in the presence of its alkaline-induced degradation product", Biomed. Chromatogr., vol. 26, pp. 1143-1149, 2012.
W.Fouad, A.Badr, and I.Farag, "AIFSA: A New Approach for Feature Selection and Weighting", International Conference on Informatics Engineering & Information Science , vol. 252, pp. 596-609, 2011. Abstract

Feature selection is a typical search problem where each state in the search space represents a subset of features candidate for selection. Out of n features, 2n subsets can be constructed, hence, an exhaustive search of all subsets becomes infeasible when n is relatively large. Therefore, Feature selection is done by employing a heuristic search algorithm that tries to reach the optimal feature subset. Here, we propose a new wrapper feature selection and weighting algorithm called Artificial Immune Feature Selection Algorithm (AIFSA); the algorithm is based on the metaphors of the Clonal Selection Algorithm (CSA). AIFSA, by itself, is not a classification algorithm, rather it utilizes well-known classifiers to evaluate and promote candidate feature subset. Experiments were performed on textual datasets like WebKB and Syskill&Webert web page ratings. Experimental results showed AIFSA competitive performance over traditional well-known filter feature selection approaches as well as some wrapper approaches existing in literature.

W.K.Hafez, S.A.Seif, H. Shawky, and M.M.Hakam, "Platelet rich fibrin as a membrane for coverage of immediate implants: Case-series study on eight patients", Tanta Dental Journal, vol. 12, issue 3, pp. 203-210, 2015. AbstractWebsite

Purpose

To evaluate the efficacy of platelet rich fibrin as a membrane for coverage of immediate implants in the maxillary anterior region.

Patients and methods

Twelve implants were inserted into eight adult patients indicated for extraction & immediate implant insertion in one or more of the upper anterior teeth. A venous blood sample of 10 cc was obtained for each single implant. After implant placement, the peri-implant defect was filled with a mixture of autogenous bone (collected from the chin) and fibrin. A platelet rich fibrin membrane was used to cover the implant site. Clinical & radiographic evaluation was performed immediately, 3 and 6 months postoperatively to evaluate soft tissue healing & crestal bone stability.

Results

After 6 months, the marginal bone was stable in 83% of cases. Clinically, good soft tissue coverage was obtained. Radiographically, bone height showed a statistically significant decrease in the distal side while there was no statistically significant decrease at the mesial side. The change in defect depth was limited to 2 mm.

Conclusion

Platelet rich fibrin provided good soft tissue coverage over the immediate implants and it enhanced bone stability. The technique was easy to perform with good esthetic results.

W.Kramer, J., S.Nottingham, J.Robinette, G.Lenz, S.Sylvester, and M.I.Dessouky, "Inherited, early onset, insulin-requiring diabetes mellitus of keeshond dogs", Diabetes, vol. 29, issue 7, pp. 558-565, 1980.