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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, "Access control for healthcare data using extended XACML-SRBAC model", 2012 International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics: IEEE, pp. 1–4, 2012. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. M. Mostafa, "An Access Control Approach for a Distributed Big Data File using an XACML Framework", International journal of Advanced Sciene and Technology (IJAST), vol. 28, no. 15, 2019. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, "Access Control for Healthcare Data Using Extended XACML", 2nd International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics-2012-IEEE Xplore: IEEE Xplore, 2012. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, "Access Control for Healthcare Data Using Extended XACML", 2nd International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics-2012-IEEE Xplore: IEEE Xplore, 2012. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, ALGORITHMS FOR SECURE MAPPING OF XACML POLICIES AND RULES INTO TEMPORAL RELATIONS, : Anna Uni, India, 2014. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, "Access Control for Healthcare Data Using Extended XACML", 2nd International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics-2012-IEEE Xplore: IEEE Xplore, 2012. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, "Access control for healthcare data using extended XACML-SRBAC model", 2012 International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics: IEEE, pp. 1–4, 2012. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, ALGORITHMS FOR SECURE MAPPING OF XACML POLICIES AND RULES INTO TEMPORAL RELATIONS, : Anna Uni, India, 2014. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, ALGORITHMS FOR SECURE MAPPING OF XACML POLICIES AND RULES INTO TEMPORAL RELATIONS, : Anna Uni, India, 2014. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. Kannan, "Access Control for Healthcare Data Using Extended XACML", 2nd International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics-2012-IEEE Xplore: IEEE Xplore, 2012. Abstract
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Abd El-Aziz, A. A., and A. M. Mostafa, "An Access Control Approach for a Distributed Big Data File using an XACML Framework", International journal of Advanced Sciene and Technology (IJAST), vol. 28, no. 15, 2019. Abstract
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Abd El-Gawad, I. A., E. M. El-Sayed, H. M. El-Zeini, S. A. Hafez, and F. A. Saleh, "Antibacterial Activity of Probiotic Yoghurt and Soy-Yoghurt against Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus", Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences, vol. 4: OMICS Group, pp. 303, 2014. Abstract
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Abd El-Ghani, M. M., R. S. Hamdy, and A. B. Farahat, "Aspects of vegetation and soil relationships around athalassohaline lakes of Wadi El-Natrun, Western Desert, Egypt", Journal of Biology and Earth Sciences, vol. 4, issue 1, pp. B21-B35, 2014. lakes_wadi_el-natrun.pdf
Abd El-Ghany, N. A., M. S. A. Aziz, M. M. Abdel-Aziz, and Z. Mahmoud, "Antimicrobial and swelling behaviors of novel biodegradable corn starch grafted/poly(4-acrylamidobenzoic acid)copolymers", International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, vol. 134, pp. 912 - 920, 2019. AbstractWebsite
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ABD EL-HAKIM A., MONA F.ALI, N. A. S. S. E. R. G. A. B. D. E. L. - G. H. A. F. O. U. R., "AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF GRANITIC PICTOGRAPHS AND PETROGLYPHS IN THE OPEN AIR SITE, SOUTH EGYPT ", Journal of Science and Arts, vol. 20, , issue No. 1(50),, pp. pp. 143-154, 2020.
Abd El-Maksoud, A. A., I. H. Abd El-Ghany, H. E. El-Beltagi, S. Anankanbil, S. Banerijee, S. Petersene, B. Péreza, and Z. Guo, "Adding functionality to milk-based protein: Preparation, and physicochemical characterization of β-lactoglobulin-phenolic conjugates", Food Chemistry, vol. 241, issue 15, pp. 281-289, 2018.
Abd El-Rahman, Y., A. A. Surour, A. H. W. El Manawi, M. M. Rifai, W. K. Ali, and A. M. El Dougdoug, "Ancient Mining And Smelting Activities In The Wadi Abu Gerida Area, Central Eastern Desert, Egypt: Preliminary Results", Archaeometry, 2012. AbstractCU-PDF

Old mining and smelting features in the Abu Gerida area have been studied using field observations, microscopy and SEM–EDS to detect the ores that were exploited in antiquity. There are two groups of shafts in the area. The first group encloses secondary copper minerals and is associated with glassy slags containing copper prills. The other group is associated with hematite that was extracted and transferred to a smelting station to the west of the mining site, where iron slags and charcoal fragments are found. These slags are composed mainly of wüstite, fayalite–kirschsteinite and traces of metallic iron. Pottery fragments from this area were dated to the Ptolemaic Period, which may be the age of iron exploitation. Copper might have been exploited earlier.

Abd El-Rahman, Y., A. A. Surour, A. W. El-Manawi, M. Refai, A. Abdel Motelib, and K. A. Ali, "Ancient mining and smelting activities in Wadi Abu Gerida area, Central Eastern Desert, Egypt: Preliminary results", Archaeometry, vol. 55, issue 6, pp. 1067-1087, 2013. archaeometry_paper_2013.pdf
Abd El-Salam, F. A., I. A. El-Tohamy, M. K. Ahmed, W. A. Rahoma, and M. A. Rassem, "Applied Mathematics and Computation", Applied Mathematics and Computation, vol. 181, pp. 6-20, 2006.
Abd El-Shafi, M. A., and M. H. Taha, "Accuracy of Predicting Phyllochron and Genetic Variability in Some Spring Bread Wheat Genotypes Affected by Temperature", Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, vol. 10, issue 1, pp. 1-7, 2014. Abstract
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Abd Elfadeel, S. M., H. Amein, M. M. El-Bakry, and M. A. Hassan, "Assessment of a multiple port storage tank in a CPC-driven solar process heat system", Renewable Energy, vol. 180: Elsevier Ltd, pp. 860 - 873, 2021///. AbstractWebsite

Sensible thermal energy storage is the most common solution for small-to-medium solar process heat systems. Hence, it is vital to enhance the thermal stratification and energy utilization of stratified tanks. In this study, four process heat systems are dynamically simulated: 1) S0 with a single outlet port to the load, 2) S1 with a single port and a thermostatic mixing valve, 3) M0 with multiple ports, and 4) M1 with multiple ports and a mixing valve. Two novel models are proposed for the compound parabolic collectors and the stratified tanks. System M1, with annual system efficiency of 47.3% and solar fraction of 0.57, was found to be the best-performing one, followed by S1, M0, and S0. System M1 also reduced the annual energy consumption of the backup heater in S0 by 16.45%. The thermostatic mixing valve reduced the thermocline thickness. The incorporation of both mixing valve and multiple ports delayed the startup of the heater, reduced the system's thermal losses, and slightly improved the collectors' efficiencies. The proposed tank model can be a viable tool for solar energy designers to optimize the number and relative positions of the inlet and outlet ports for maximized system efficiency and solar coverage.

Abd-Al-Fattah, M. A., H. H. Hemeida, and M. E. NOUR, "The antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of propolis as a natural honeybee product. 1.-the antimicrobial activity of propolis", Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo Univ.(Egypt), 1993. Abstract
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Abd-Allah, M., W. Khalifa, S. A. Hafiz, K., and N. Abdel Raheem, "Assessment of Flux Composition in A-TIG Weldments", Metals Processing and Manufacturing Conference (MPM 2007) Nov. 19-22, Cairo – Egypt, CMRDI, pp. , pp. 9-23., 2007.