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Ahmed, E., and H. A. Abdusalam, "Dynamics and Percolation in the Immune System", International Journal of Theoretical Physics, vol. 33, issue 3, pp. 687- 693, 1996.
Khateb, K., M. Ahmed, A. K. ELdin, M. AbdelGhany, and H. Mostafa, "Dynamically Reconfigurable Power Efficient Security for Internet of Things Devices", IEEE International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST'2018), Thessaloniki, Greece, pp. 1-4, 2018. [PDF]
Safar, Z. S., "Dynamically loaded bearings operating with non-newtonian lubricant films", Wear, vol. 55, no. 2: Elsevier, pp. 295–304, 1979. Abstract
Megahed, S. M., "Dynamical modelling of tree structure robot arms", CURRENT ADVANCES IN MECHANICAL DESIGN AND PRODUCTION, vol. 5, no. 1: Elsevier ltd, pp. 604–616, 1991. Abstract
Ismail, M., and W. M. Seif, "DYNAMICAL CHANGE OF SURFACE DIFFUSENESS OF ION–ION POTENTIAL AND ITS EFFECT ON FUSION CROSS-SECTION", International Journal of Modern Physics E, vol. 22, no. 02: World Scientific, 2013. Abstract
Ismail, M., and W. M. Seif, "Dynamical change of surface diffuseness of ion-ion potential and its effect on fusion cross-section", International Journal of Modern Physics E, vol. 22, no. 2, 2013. AbstractWebsite

We assume a simple model to describe the ion-ion potential with dynamical change in its surface diffuseness. In particular, this model is used to calculate the heavy-ion fusion cross-section using different values of the surface diffuseness. Both the static and dynamic nuclear Woods-Saxon potentials with diffuseness values ranging between 0.65 fm and 1.3 fm are used to reproduce the fusion cross-sections data of the 19F+208Pb and 16O+154Sm reactions. The results estimate that there are different physical processes which could contribute to the fusion cross-section with different weights at each energy value. Each of these processes has its own nuclear potential. © 2013 World Scientific Publishing Company.

Ismail, M., and W. M. Seif, "Dynamical change of surface diffuseness of ion-ion potential and its effect on fusion cross section", Inter. Jour. Of Modern Phys. E, vol. 22, pp. 1350010-1:1350010-13, 2013.
-, H. E. M., "Dynamic-width reconfigurable parallel prefix circuits", The Journal of Supercomputing, vol. 71, no. 4, pp. 1177–1195, 2015. AbstractWebsite
ElSayed, A. M., and H. A. Hassan, "Dynamic Web Services Composition - An Aspect Oriented Approach", CiiT International Journal of Networking and Communication Engineering, 2011.
and Hassan, A. E. S. H. M. A., "Dynamic Web Services Composition - An Aspect Oriented Approach", CiiT- International Journal of Networking and Communication Engineering, issue September 2011, 2011. Abstract
Ibrahim, D. K., A. Ibrahim, and I. Hussein Ammar, "Dynamic Voltage Restorer for Deep Voltage Sags and Harmonics Mitigation in Industrial Plant with Sensitive Loads", 16th International Middle East Power Systems Conference, MEPCON 2014, 2014. Abstract

Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) is a fast, flexible and efficient solution for voltage sag problem. It is a power electronic based device that used to compensate voltage sags and harmonics. The DVR has different system topologies for compensation by using battery as an energy storage unit or by using shunt and series converters. In this paper, the DC-DC boost converter is used to connect between shunt and series converters, which allows the DVR to compensate deep sags for long durations. A real case study of Egyptian industrial plant includes a lamp factory as a sensitive load is modeled and simulated using MATLAB/SIMULINK environment to test the effectiveness of using different system topologies of DVR: a battery, shunt and series converters, and finally shunt and series converters with boost converter. Satisfactory performance is achieved using the topology of using shunt and series converters with boost converter for compensating deep voltage sags and harmonics. The financial assessment of using DVR is also investigated.

El-Zawawy, M. A., and N. M. Daoud, "Dynamic Verification for File Safety of Multithreaded Programs", IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 14-20, May, 2012. AbstractDynamic Verification for File Safety of Multithreaded Programs.pdf

In this paper, we present a new semantics to check file safety of multithreaded programs. A file-safe program is one that reaches a final configuration under the proposed semantics. We extend the While language with file operations and multi-threading commands, and call the new language whilef. This paper shows that the file safety is an un-decidable property for whilef. The file safety becomes a decidable property in a special case shown in this paper. The case happens when users provide pointer information. If the file is safe we call it a strongly safe file program. We modify the syntax and the semantic of the language and called it SafeWhilef.

Salem, M., "Dynamic urbanization of peri-urban areas around Greater Cairo in Egypt", International Land Use Symposium 2019, Paris, France, pp. 58, 2019.
Aboshady, H. M., N. Mandonnet, Y. Félicité, J. Hira, A. Fourcot, C. Barbier, A. M. Johansson, E. Jonas, and J. - C. Bambou, "Dynamic transcriptomic changes of goat abomasal mucosa in response to Haemonchus contortus infection.", Veterinary research, vol. 51, issue 1, pp. 44, 2020. Abstract

Gastrointestinal nematode (GIN) infections are one of the major constraints for grazing sheep and goat production worldwide. Genetic selection for resistant animals is a promising control strategy. Whole-transcriptome analysis via RNA-sequencing (RNA-seq) provides knowledge of the mechanisms responsible for complex traits such as resistance to GIN infections. In this study, we used RNA-seq to monitor the dynamics of the response of the abomasal mucosa of Creole goat kids infected with Haemonchus contortus by comparing resistant and susceptible genotypes. A total of 8 cannulated kids, 4 susceptible and 4 resistant to GIN, were infected twice with 10 000 L3 H. contortus. During the second infection, abomasal mucosal biopsies were collected at 0, 8, 15 and 35 days post-infection (dpi) from all kids for RNA-seq analysis. The resistant animals showed early activation of biological processes related to the immune response. The top 20 canonical pathways of differentially expressed genes for different comparison showed activation of the immune response through many relevant pathways including the Th1 response. Interestingly, our results showed a simultaneous time series activation of Th2 related genes in resistant compared to susceptible kids.

Mahmoud, H. H. M., T. Ismail, and S. M. Darweesh, "Dynamic traffic model with optimal gateways placement in IP cloud heterogeneous CRAN", IEEE Access, vol. 8: IEEE, pp. 119062–119070, 2020. Abstract
Aamer, F., and S. Ebrahim, "Dynamic Tracking Protocol for Maneuvering Targets in Sensor Network", IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science, vol. 10, issue 1, pp. 764-773, 2013.
Saroit, I. A., F. A. Amer, and I. A. Saroit, "Dynamic Three Stages Task Scheduling Algorithm on Cloud Computing", International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, vol. 18, issue 6, 2020. naglaa_master_ijcsis_june_2020.pdf
Zohir, R. M., and F. A. Omara, "Dynamic Task Scheduling Using Fuzzy Logic in Homogenous and Heterogeneous Distributed Memory Systems", The Fifth International Conference on Intelligent Computing anf Information Systems (CICIS2011), Cairo, Egypt, pp. 127-132, 2011.
Zohir, R. M., and F. A. Omara, "Dynamic Task Scheduling Using Fuzzy Logic in Homogenous and Heterogeneous Distributed Memory Systems", The Fifth International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Information Systems (CICIS2011), Faculty of Computer and Information, Ain Shams University, Egypt, pp. 127-132, 2011.
F. Omara, and R. M. Zohier, "Dynamic Task Scheduling Using Fuzzy Logic in Distributed Memory Systems", The 7th International Conference on Informatics and (INFOS 2010), Cairo, Egypt, pp. 32-35, 2010.
Omara, F. A., and D. Abdelkader, "Dynamic Task Scheduling Algorithm with Load Balancing for Heterogeneous Computing System", The Egyptian Informatics Journal, vol. 13, issue 2, pp. 135-145, 2012.
Omar, A. I., Z. M. Ali, S. A. H. E. Aleem, E. E. M. Abou-El-Zahab, and A. M. Sharaf, "A Dynamic Switched Compensation Scheme for Grid-Connected Wind Energy Systems Using Cuckoo Search Algorithm", International Journal on Energy Conversion (IRECON), vol. 7, issue 2, pp. 64-74, 2019. Abstract

This paper presents a novel stabilization FACTS-based scheme that acts as a switched compensator for grid-connected wind energy systems. It is a member of a family of devices and switched dynamic voltage stabilization converters that were developed to ensure minimal loss of excitation, voltage stabilization, energy efficient utilization, power quality enhancement and harmonic distortion reduction in AC distribution grid networks. A novel-dual action distributed FACTS based–switched power filter compensator (SPFC) scheme is developed for efficient utilization of wind energy under varying wind conditions and major load excursions. A dynamic multi-level error-driven decoupled time de-scaled multi regulation control strategy is used to guarantee better power quality performance in terms of voltage enhancement and stabilization of the AC buses, improvement of power factor, and harmonic distortion reduction. The proposed SPFC was controlled using an inter-coupled weighted modified proportional-integral-derivative (WM-PID) controller. Cuckoo search (CS) optimization algorithm is employed to get the PID controller gains in terms of variations and excursions in wind speed and dynamic load excursions to reflect the performance of the compensator scheme. The effectiveness of the proposed SPFC with the multi-level control strategy has been assessed by time-domain simulations in Matlab/Simulink environment. The results obtained show the robustness of the proposed topology.

Boggula, R., Y. Abo-Madyan, H. Wertz, F. Lorenz, D. Wolff, F. Lohr, F. Wenz, and J. Hesser, "Dynamic strategy for compensating interfractional errors using post-optimization tools for Adaptive Radiotherapy (ART) of prostate cancer", STRAHLENTHERAPIE UND ONKOLOGIE, vol. 184: URBAN & VOGEL NEUMARKTER STRASSE 43, D-81673 MUNICH, GERMANY, pp. 74–74, 2008. Abstract