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Awad, A., A. Barnawi, A. Elgammal, R. Elshawi, A. Almalaise, and S. Sakr, "Runtime Detection of Business Process Compliance Violations: An Approach Based on Anti Patterns", The 12th Enterprise Engineering Track At Acm Sac'15, 2015. Abstract

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Helal, I. M. A., A. Awad, and A. ElBastawissi, "Runtime deduction of case {ID} for unlabeled business process execution events", 12th {IEEE/ACS} International Conference of Computer Systems and Applications, {AICCSA} 2015, Marrakech, Morocco, November 17-20, 2015, pp. 1–8, 2015. Abstract
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Helal, I. M. A., A. Awad, and A. ElBastawissi, "Runtime deduction of case ID for unlabeled business process execution events", Computer Systems and Applications (AICCSA), 2015 IEEE/ACS 12th International Conference of, Marrakech, Morocco, IEEE, pp. 1-8, 2015. Abstract

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Abdelwahab, O. M. M., T. Bisantino, F. Milillo, and F. Gentile, "Runoff and sediment yield modeling in a medium-size mediterranean watershed", Journal of Agricultural Engineering, vol. 44, pp. 31-40, 2013. AbstractWebsite
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Ibrahim, M. M., and B. G. ElNahass, "Running exercise restored the mechanical properties of the distal femoral trabecular bone after suspension induced osteopenia in rats", 19th International Scientific Conference of Faculty of Physical Therapy, PYRAMISA HOTEL, Cairo, 23 March, 2018.
Galal, E. S. E., M. B. Aboul Ela, and M. M. Shafie, "Ruminant production in the dry subtropics: constraints and potentials.", EAAP Publication (Netherlands). no. 38., 1989. Abstract
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Atef, M., S. A. Youssef, A. Ramadan, and M. Issa, "Ruminal excretion of sulfadimethoxine and sulfadimethyloxazole in goats and their influence on some enzyme activities and renal clearances.", DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift, vol. 97, no. 5, pp. 203–206, 1990. Abstract
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Atef, M., S. A. Youssef, A. Ramadan, and M. Issa, "Ruminal excretion of sulfadimethoxine and sulfadimethyloxazole in goats and their influence on some enzyme activities and renal clearances.", DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift, vol. 97, issue 5, pp. 203-6, 1990 May. Abstract

Five clinically health goats were injected with sulfadimethoxine and sulfadimethyloxazole in a single dose of 100 mg/kg b. wt. by intravenous route. Highest concentration levels of sulfadimethoxine and sulfadimethyloxazole in rumen were detected 1 hour following intravenous injection, then the concentration for both compounds declined at 12 and 8 hours post administration, respectively. In addition, both types of sulfonamide completely disappeared in ruminal fluid samples taken after 24 and 12 hours, respectively. The rate of acetylation for sulfadimethoxine and sulfadimethyloxazole were nearly similar and occurred to a high extent in ruminal fluid (22.95 and 23.72%, respectively). On the other hand, both tested drugs increased significantly the ruminal gas production from the first to eight hours after i.v. injection in goats. Changes in the serum enzyme activities (SGOT, SGPT and alkaline phosphatase) observed with sulfadimethoxine and sulfadimethyloxazole, and represented by a significant decrease in the activity of SGOT and SGPT level, alkaline phosphatase 4 hours sulfadimethoxine and in GOT/GPT ratio 24 and 48 hours after i.v. injection, respectively. The creatinine clearance was significantly decreased after 4 hours following the i.v. administration of sulfadimethoxine and sulfadimethyloxazole in goats.

Atef, M., A. A. Salem, S. A. Al-Samarrae, and S. A. Zafer, "Ruminal and salivary excretion of some sulphonamides in cows and their effect on rumen flora", Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin Reihe A, vol. 28, no. 2: Wiley Online Library, pp. 113–121, 1981. Abstract
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Atef, M., A. A. Salem, S. A. Al-Samarrae, and S. A. Zafer, "Ruminal and salivary concentration of some sulphonamides in cows and their effect on rumen flora.", Research in veterinary science, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 9–14, 1979. Abstract
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Refaey, M. A. A., "Ruled lines detection and removal in grey level handwritten image documents", Information and Communication Systems (ICICS), 2015 6th International Conference on, pp. 218-221, April, 2015. Abstract

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Wifi, A. S., R. K. Abdel-Mageid, A. H. Gomaa, and M. Shazly, "A rule-based process design and finite element analysis of multistage deep drawing of box shapes", ASME 2010 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, pp. 137–146, 2010. Abstract
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Correia, R., C. Matos, M. El-Ramly, and R. Heckel, "Rule-based Model Extraction from Source Code", Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings: Schloss Dagstuhl-Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik, 2007. Abstract
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Correia, R., C. Matos, M. El-Ramly, and R. Heckel, "Rule-based Model Extraction from Source Code", Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings: Schloss Dagstuhl-Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik, 2007. Abstract
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Elsayed, H., and T. ElGhazaly, "A Rule-Based Entities Recognition System for Modern Standard Arabic", International Journal of Computer Science Issues, vol. 12, issue 1, pp. 119-123, 2015. Abstract

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Shaalan, K., "Rule-based Approach in Arabic Natural Language Processing", the International Journal on Information and Communication Technologies (IJICT), vol. 3, no. 3: Serial Publications, pp. 11–19, 2010. Abstractrules_based_nlp.pdfWebsite

The rule-based approach has successfully been used in developing many natural language processing systems. Systems that use rule-based transformations are based on a core of solid linguistic knowledge. The linguistic knowledge acquired for one natural language processing system may be reused to build knowledge required for a similar task in another system. The advantage of the rule-based approach over the corpus-based approach is clear for: 1) less-resourced languages, for which large corpora, possibly parallel or bilingual, with representative structures and entities are neither available nor easily affordable, and 2) for morphologically rich languages, which even with the availability of corpora suffer from data sparseness. These have motivated many researchers to fully or partially follow the rule-based approach in developing their Arabic natural processing tools and systems. In this paper we address our successful efforts that involved rule-based approach for different Arabic natural language processing tasks.

Hassan, S. M., A. F. Al-Sadek, and E. E. Hemayed, "Rule-based approach for enhancing the motion trajectories in human activity recognition", Intelligent Systems Design and Applications (ISDA), 2010 10th International Conference on: IEEE, pp. 829–834, 2010. Abstract
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Mukherjee, A., A. M. Abd-Elfattah, and B. Pukait, "A rule of thumb for testing symmetry about an unknown median against a long right tail", Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, vol. 84, issue 10, pp. 2138–2155, 2014. Abstract00949655.2013.pdf

A rule of thumb for testing symmetry of an unknown univariate continuous distribution against the alternative of a long right tail is proposed. Our proposed test is based on the concept of exceedance statistic and is ad hoc in nature. Exact performances of the proposed rule are investigated in detail. Some results from an asymptotic point of view are also provided. We compare our proposed test with several classical tests which are practically applicable and are known to be exact or nearly distribution free. We see that the proposed rule is better than most of the existing tests for symmetry and can be applied with ease. An illustration with real data is provided.

Mahmood A. Mahmood, Nashwa El-Bendary, A. E. H., and H. A. Hefny, "Rule Generation Approach for Granular Computing Using Rough Mereology", International Conference on Computer Research and Development, 5th (ICCRD 2013), Chapter 17, vol. 1, pp. 6, 2013. Abstract
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