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Eskander, G. S., A. Atiya, K. T. Chong, H. Kim, and S. G. Yoo, Round Trip Time Prediction Using the Symbolic Function Network Approach, , 2008. Abstract
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Eskander, G. S., A. Atiya, K. T. Chong, H. Kim, and S. G. Yoo, "Round Trip Time Prediction Using the Symbolic Function Network Approach", International Symposium on Information Technology Convergence, 2007. Abstract
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Fahmy, H. A. H., and M. J. Flynn, "Rounding in Redundant Digit Floating Point Systems", {The International Symposium on Optical Science and Technology, SPIE's 48th annual meeting (Arithmetic session), San Diego, California, USA}, aug, 2003. Abstract
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Fahmy, H. A. H., and M. J. Flynn, "Rounding in Redundant Digit Floating Point Systems", {The International Symposium on Optical Science and Technology, SPIE's 48th annual meeting (Arithmetic session), San Diego, California, USA}, aug, 2003. Abstract
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Fahmy, H. A. H., and M. J. Flynn, "Rounding in Redundant Digit Floating Point Systems", {The International Symposium on Optical Science and Technology, SPIE's 48th annual meeting (Arithmetic session), San Diego, California, USA}, aug, 2003. Abstract
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Ghoneim, A., M. Barlow, and H. Abbass, "Rounds Effect in Evolutionary Games", The Third Australian Conference on Artificial Life , Gold Coast, Australia., December 4-6, 2007.
Morency, C., K. M. N. Habib, M.Trépanier, and S. Salem, "Route choice modelling for urban commuters: Considering bridge choice as a key determinant of selected routes", Annual Meeting of Trans. Res. Board, Washington DC, 2013.
Morency, C., K. M. N. Habib, M. Trépanier, and S. Salem, "Route choice modelling for urban commuters: Considering bridge choice as a key determinant of selected routes", IATBR , Toronto, 2012.
Ghobrial, C., E. A. Mogahed, and H. El-Karaksy, "Routine analysis of ascitic fluid for evidence of infection in children with chronic liver disease: Is it mandatory?", PloS one, vol. 13, issue 10, pp. e0203808, 2018. Abstract

Ascitic fluid infection is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in cirrhotic patients, requiring early diagnosis and therapy. We aimed to determine predictors of ascitic fluid infection in children with chronic liver disease. The study included 45 children with chronic liver disease and ascites who underwent 66 paracentesis procedures. Full history taking and clinical examination of all patients were obtained including fever, abdominal pain and tenderness and respiratory distress. Investigations included: complete blood count, C-reactive protein, full liver function tests, ascitic fluid biochemical analysis, cell count and culture. Our results showed that patients' ages ranged between 3 months to 12 years. Prevalence of ascitic fluid infection was 33.3%. Gram-positive bacteria were identified in six cases, and Gram-negative bacteria in five. Fever and abdominal pain were significantly more associated with infected ascites (p value = 0.004, 0.006). Patients with ascitic fluid infection had statistically significant elevated absolute neutrophilic count and C-reactive protein. Logistic regression analysis showed that fever, abdominal pain, elevated absolute neutrophilic count and positive C-reactive protein are independent predictors of ascitic fluid infection. Fever, elevated absolute neutrophilic count and positive C-reactive protein raise the probability of ascitic fluid infection by 3.88, 9.15 and 4.48 times respectively. The cut-off value for C-reactive protein for ascitic fluid infection was 7.2 with sensitivity 73% and specificity of 71%. In conclusion, prevalence of ascitic fluid infection in pediatric patients with chronic liver disease and ascites was 33.3%. Fever, abdominal pain, positive C-reactive protein and elevated absolute neutrophilic count are strong predictors of ascitic fluid infection. Therefore an empirical course of first-line antibiotics should be immediately started with presence of any of these predictors after performing ascitic fluid tapping for culture and sensitivity. In absence of these infection parameters, routine ascitic fluid analysis could be spared.

Alalfy, M., A. Yehia, and A. Samy, "Routine cervical dilatation at caesarean section and its influence on postoperative pain and complications in obese women: a double blind randomized controlled trial.", The journal of maternal-fetal & neonatal medicine : the official journal of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine, the Federation of Asia and Oceania Perinatal Societies, the International Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, vol. 34, issue 12, pp. 1906 - 1913, 2021. Abstract

INTRODUCTION: Numerous surgical techniques regarding cesarean section performance were assessed. The usefulness of cervical dilatation during cesarean section, are still based on restricted research obtained data. PURPOSE: To assess the impact of intraoperative digital dilatation of cervix on postoperative pain. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The current research study is a Prospective parallel group randomized controlled double blind research trial that was conducted in obstetrics and gynecology hospital, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University and Algezeera Hospital, Egypt from the period May 2018 until February 2018. RESULTS: The visual analog scale scoring level was statistically significantly higher in noncervical dilatation research group at 8th, 30th, 48 hours and 7th day postoperative (p values <.001, .001, .001, and .001, respectively). On the other hand at the 4th day postoperative, there was no statistical significant difference concerning VAS scoring level. CONCLUSIONS: Manual cervical dilatation during cesarean section is an innovative procedure to reduce postoperative pain in obese women. We thought that according to the results of the present study, cervical dilatation leads to proper continuous adequate evacuation and drainage of the intracavitary contents that leads to decrease the uterine subinvolution, retained blood and so, decreased postoperative pain and postoperative blood loss. CLINICALTRIALS.GOV ID: NCT03513237.

el setohhy, K., M. Hassan, A. Askalany, and Z. Dawood, "Routine office hysteriacopy prior to ICSI vs ICSI alone in patients with normal transvaginal ultrasound , a randomized controlled trial", Archive of Gynecology and Obstetrics, vol. 10.1007/, issue 09323-0067, pp. 404-414, 2014.
, "Routine Reinforcement of Bronchial Stump after Lobectomy or Pneumonectomy with Pedicled Pericardial Flap ", Journal of the Egyptian Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery, vol. 21, issue 4, 2013.
Alkady, H., Y. A. Boreik, and Y. S. Mubarak, "Routine reinforcement of bronchial stump after lobectomy or pneumonectomy with pedicled pericardial flap (PPF)", Journal of Egyptian Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery. , vol. 21 Octob-Decemb, 2013. paper_3.pdf
Ismail, D. K., M. S. Sherief, D. M. Hassan, A. S. Hegab, and R. M..Hassan, "Routine Use of 16S rRNA Gene Sequencing for Diagnosis of Culture-Negative Bacterial Infections in Body Fluids Other than Blood: Benefits in a Limited Resource Hospital", Egyptian Journal of Medical Microbiology, vol. 31(1), issue 2537-0979, pp. 15-21, 2022. routine_use_of_16s_rrna_gene_sequencing.pdf
Aziz, H. A., "Routine Use of Mini-pool Nucleic Acid Testing (MP-NAT) Multiplex Assay for Sero-negative Blood Donors", Journal of the Egyptian Society of Haematology & Research,, vol. 7, No 2, September, pp. 1-5, 2011.
Hamza, H. S., J. S. Deogun, and K. Wang, "Routing and wavelength assignment with maximum resource sharing in WDM mesh networks with path-based protection", High Performance Switching and Routing, 2005. HPSR. 2005 Workshop on: IEEE, pp. 421–425, 2005. Abstract
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Hamza, H. S., J. S. Deogun, and K. Wang, "Routing and wavelength assignment with maximum resource sharing in WDM mesh networks with path-based protection", High Performance Switching and Routing, 2005. HPSR. 2005 Workshop on: IEEE, pp. 421–425, 2005. Abstract
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Hamza, H. S., J. S. Deogun, and K. Wang, "Routing and wavelength assignment with maximum resource sharing in WDM mesh networks with path-based protection", High Performance Switching and Routing, 2005. HPSR. 2005 Workshop on: IEEE, pp. 421-425, 2005. Abstract
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Elmahdy, H. N., M. Sharawi, I. Soriet, and Eid Emary, "Routing Wireless Sensor Networks based on Soft Computing Paradigms: Survey", International Journal on Soft Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Applications (IJSCAI), vol. 2, issue 4, pp. 1-15, 2013. shaarawy.pdf
Saroit, I. A., I. A. Saroit, H. El-Mahdy, and Eid Emary, "Routing Wireless Sensor Networks based on Soft Computing Paradigms: Survey", International Journal on Soft Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Applications (IJSCAI), issue 4, 2013. 9.pdf
, "Routing Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Soft Computing Paradigms: Survey", International Journal on Soft Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Applications (IJSCAI), vol. 2, issue 4, pp. 21-36, 2013.
Sharawi, M., I. A. Saroit, H. El-Mahdy, and Eid Emary, "Routing Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Soft Computing Paradigms: Survey", International Journal on Soft Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Applications (IJSCAI), vol. 2, issue 4, pp. 21-36, 2013.
von Flotow, L., and H. Kamal, The Routledge Handbook of Translation, Feminism and Gender, , London, Routledge, 2020. AbstractWebsite

The Routledge Handbook of Translation, Feminism and Gender provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of feminism and gender awareness in translation and translation studies today.
Bringing together work from more than 20 different countries – from Russia to Chile, Yemen, Turkey, China, India, Egypt and the Maghreb as well as the UK, Canada, the USA and Europe – this Handbook represents a transnational approach to this topic, which is in development in many parts of the world. With 41 chapters, this book presents, discusses, and critically examines many different aspects of gender in translation and its effects, both local and transnational.
Providing overviews of key questions and case studies of work currently in progress, this Handbook is the essential reference and resource for students and researchers of translation, feminism, and gender.

'This handbook is a superb resource for scholars and translators. Its finely calibrated content and structure sets a new standard for future research on gender and translation. The editors succeeded brilliantly in bringing thematic and structural coherence to chapters concerned with diverse topics and approaches and authored by a culturally diverse group of scholars. An impressive scholarly accomplishment, the handbook offers fundamental and timely readings on gender, feminist, and queer theories and translation that are highly relevant to everyone involved in translation and translation studies.'
Karin Bauer, McGill University, Canada

'A systematic and meticulous study, this fascinating volume uncovers a wealth of distinct and lively perspectives emerging in different corners of the world in a welcome addition to the literature. Agents and processes at the intersections of translation, feminism and gender are presented in a richly diverse range of contexts.'
Emilia Di Martino, Università Suor Orsola Benincasa, Italy

Ibrahem, M. A., and O. A. Nasr, "ROXY: Receiver as proxy VANET routing protocol in urban area", Radio Science Conference (NRSC), 2016 33rd National: IEEE, pp. 290–299, 2016. Abstract
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