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Akçakaya, M., T. A. Basha, R. H. Chan, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated isotropic sub-millimeter whole-heart coronary MRI: compressed sensing versus parallel imaging", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 71, no. 2, pp. 815–822, 2014. Abstract
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Akçakaya, M., T. A. Basha, R. H. Chan, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated isotropic sub‐millimeter whole‐heart coronary MRI: Compressed sensing versus parallel imaging", Magnetic resonance in medicine, vol. 71, issue 2, pp. 815-822, 2014. Abstract
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Akçakaya, M., H. Rayatzadeh, T. A. Basha, S. N. Hong, R. H. Chan, K. V. Kissinger, T. H. Hauser, M. E. Josephson, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated late gadolinium enhancement cardiac MR imaging with isotropic spatial resolution using compressed sensing: initial experience", Radiology, vol. 264, no. 3: Radiological Society of North America, Inc., pp. 691–699, 2012. Abstract
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Akçakaya, M., H. Rayatzadeh, T. A. Basha, S. N. Hong, R. H. Chan, K. V. Kissinger, T. H. Hauser, M. E. Josephson, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated late gadolinium enhancement cardiac MR imaging with isotropic spatial resolution using compressed sensing: initial experience", Radiology, vol. 264, issue 3: Radiological Society of North America, Inc., pp. 691-699, 2012. Abstract
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Akçakaya, M., H. Rayatzadeh, T. A. Basha, S. N. Hong, R. H. Chan, K. V. Kissinger, T. H. Hauser, M. E. Josephson, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated late gadolinium enhancement cardiac MR imaging with isotropic spatial resolution using compressed sensing: initial experience", Radiology, vol. 264, no. 3: Radiological Society of North America, Inc., pp. 691–699, 2012. Abstract
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Akçakaya, M., H. Rayatzadeh, T. A. Basha, S. N. Hong, R. H. Chan, K. V. Kissinger, T. H. Hauser, M. E. Josephson, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated late gadolinium enhancement cardiac MR imaging with isotropic spatial resolution using compressed sensing: initial experience", Radiology, vol. 264, no. 3: Radiological Society of North America, Inc., pp. 691–699, 2012. Abstract
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Akçakaya, M., H. Rayatzadeh, T. A. Basha, S. N. Hong, R. H. Chan, K. V. Kissinger, T. H. Hauser, M. E. Josephson, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated late gadolinium enhancement cardiac MR imaging with isotropic spatial resolution using compressed sensing: initial experience", Radiology, vol. 264, no. 3: Radiological Society of North America, Inc., pp. 691–699, 2012. Abstract
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Parlos, A. G., B. Fernandez, A. F. Atiya, J. Muthusami, and W. K. Tsai, "An accelerated learning algorithm for multilayer perceptron networks", IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, vol. 5, pp. 493–497, 1994. Abstract
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Parlos, A. G., B. Fernandez, A. F. Atiya, J. Muthusami, and W. K. Tsai, "An accelerated learning algorithm for multilayer perceptron networks", IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, vol. 5, pp. 493–497, 1994. Abstract
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Atiya, A., A. Parlos, J. Muthusami, B. Fernandez, and W. Tsai, "Accelerated learning in multilayer networks", International Symposium on Neural Networks, 1992. Abstract
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eLsherpieny, E. A., H. Z. Muhammed, and E. M. Almetwally, "Accelerated Life Testing for Bivariate Distributions based on Progressive Censored Samples with Random Removal", Journal of Statistics Applications & Probability An International Journal, vol. 11, issue 2, pp. 203 - 227, 2022.
El-Sherpieny, E. - S. A., H. Z. Muhammed, and E. M. Almetwally, "Accelerated Life Testing for Bivariate Distributions based on Progressive Censored Samples with Random Removal", Journal of Statistics Applications and Probability, vol. 11, issue 2, pp. 717–737, 2022.
Abd El-Raheem, A. M., M. H. Abu-Moussa, M. M. Mohie El-Din, and E. H. Hafez, "Accelerated life tests under Pareto-IV lifetime distribution: real data application and simulation study", Mathematics, vol. 8, issue 10: MDPI, pp. 1786, 2020. Abstract
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Atiya, A., and A. Parlos, "An accelerated recurrent network training algorithm", International Symposium on Neural Networks, vol. 2, 1998. Abstract
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SAMIA M.H. FADDA, N. A.Azab, H. A. Raafat, and A. M. Kholeif, "Accelerated Rehabilitation after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Comparison of Closed Kinetic Chain (CKC) Versus Open Kinetic Chain (OKC) Exercises", Med. J. Cairo Univ., , vol. 77, issue 3, pp. 79-86, 2009.
Abdulatif, M., and M. Naguib, "Accelerated reversal of atracurium blockade with divided doses of neostigmine", Canadian Anaesthetist Society Journal , vol. 33, issue 6, pp. 723-728, 1986.
Naguib, M., M. Abdulatif, and G. Absood, "Accelerated reversal of atracurium blockade with priming doses of edrophonium", Anesthesiology, vol. 66, issue 3, pp. 397-400, 1987.
Taha, S., and H. Mostafa, "Accelerated Software Implementation of Authenticated Encryption Stream Ciphers for High Speed Applications ", IEEE International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM 2019), Cairo, Egypt, In Press.
Basha, T. A., M. Akçakaya, B. Goddu, S. Berg, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated three-dimensional cine phase contrast imaging using randomly undersampled echo planar imaging with compressed sensing reconstruction", NMR in Biomedicine, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 30–39, 2015. Abstract
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Akcakaya, M., T. A. Basha, M. Foppa, K. V. Kissinger, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated three-dimensional free-breathing first pass cardiac perfusion at 1.5 T", Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, vol. 15, issue 1: BioMed Central, pp. 1, 2013. Abstract
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Akcakaya, M., T. A. Basha, M. Foppa, K. V. Kissinger, W. J. Manning, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated three-dimensional free-breathing first pass cardiac perfusion at 1.5 T", Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, vol. 15, no. 1: BioMed Central, pp. P42, 2013. Abstract
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Basha, T. A., M. Akçakaya, B. Goddu, S. Berg, and R. Nezafat, "Accelerated three‐dimensional cine phase contrast imaging using randomly undersampled echo planar imaging with compressed sensing reconstruction", NMR in Biomedicine, vol. 28, issue 1, pp. 30-39, 2015. Abstract
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Sherif, A. M., "Accelerated versus conventional corneal collagen cross-linking in the treatment of mild keratoconus: a comparative study.", Clinical ophthalmology (Auckland, N.Z.), vol. 8, pp. 1435-40, 2014. Abstract

AIM: To evaluate the use of accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking in the management of mild and moderate progressive keratoconus in comparison with conventional cross-linking.

PATIENTS AND METHODS: Prospective randomized interventional case-control clinical trial. A total 25 eyes of 18 patients were randomly divided into two groups: group A included 14 eyes that received accelerated collagen cross-linking; and group B included eleven eyes that received conventional cross-linking (Dresden protocol). Cases with grade 1 and 2 keratoconus (Krumeich classification) with topographic evidence of progression were included. The uncorrected visual acuity and best spectacle-corrected visual acuity were recorded. Pentacam(®) corneal analysis imaging was used: The maximum and minimum keratometry and the central corneal thickness were recorded. Ocular Response Analyzer(®) (ORA) measurements were carried out to document the biomechanical parameters. Corneal hysteresis and corneal resistance factor were recorded. Postoperative evaluation included uncorrected visual acuity, best corrected visual acuity, and Pentacam and ORA measurements at 6 and 12 months. The follow-up period was 12 months.

RESULTS: A progressive decrease in the flat keratometry, steep keratometry, and mean keratometry was noted throughout the follow-up period in both the accelerated and conventional groups. The improvement in keratometry was not statistically significant. The best spectacle-corrected visual acuity showed a statistically significant improvement in both groups by 1 year. The corneal hysteresis and corneal resistance factor showed nonsignificant improvement in both groups. The central corneal thickness showed a significant thinning at 6 months in both groups but approached baseline values by 12 months.

CONCLUSION: Accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking appears to show comparable results to conventional cross-linking in arresting the progression of mild keratoconus.

Din, S. H. S. E., Accelerated Whole Breast Irradiation With Hypofractionation Plus Concurrent Boost After Conservative Surgery For Early Stage Breast Cancer, , cairo, cairo, 2017. Abstract

Background: Conventional fractionated radiation therapy over 4-5 weeks with sequential boost is the standard of care for postoperative RT treatment for patients with early stage breast cancer who undergo BCS. However, the use of an accelerated RT course can be used in departments with high patients flow to reduce waiting list and machine loads as well as to improve patient compliance.

Patients and Methods: This is a prospective phase II study conducted at Kasr El-aini Center of Clinical Oncology and Nuclear Medicine (NEMROCK). Patients who underwent breast conservative surgery were recruited according to inclusion and exclusion criteria. Recruited patients were planned using 3D conformal technique to receive a hypofractionated radiation schedule using 40 Gy/2.67 Gy per fraction over 3 weeks to the whole breast with Concurrent boost 8.0 Gy/0.5 Gy per fraction over 3 weeks. Dosimetric parameters for the coverage of the breast CTV were set using V38, V36 Gy and the homogeneity using the Dmax and the Dmin. For the coverage of the boost PTV V45.6Gy and V43Gy were used and for dose homogeneity Dmax and Dmin. As regard dose constrain for organ at risk (OAR), no more than 20% of the ipsilateral lung exceeds 16 Gy, no more than 5% of the whole heart exceeds 20 Gy. All patients was evaluated for acute toxicity and cosmetic outcome.

Results: During the period from June 2014 to January 2017, a total of 63 patients with a median age of 51 years were included. The dosimetric parameters for the coverage of target volumes and dose constrain for OAR were in compliance with our protocol. Regarding acute skin toxicity, only 20% of patients developed GII skin toxicity, while 68% of patients developed G0-I skin toxicity, none of the patients developed GIII or more skin toxicity. The overall cosmetic assessment was excellent in 80.95 % of patients and good in 19% of patients.

Conclusions: Hypofractionated radiotherapy in three weeks to the whole
breast with a concomitant boost in patients undergoing breast conserving surgery (BCS), allows acceptable outcomes in terms of dosimetric parameters, acute toxicity and early cosmetic results and is a good approach for our department NEMROK due to the reduction of 15 days when compared to standard RT treatment of breast cancer. long- term follow up data are needed to assess late toxicity, cosmesis, and clinical outcomes.

Adel, E., R. Magdy, S. Mohamed, M. Mamdouh, and H. Mostafa, "Accelerating Deep Neural Networks Using FPGA ", IEEE International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM 2018), Sousse, Tunisia, In Press.
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