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Proposed System Model for the Remote Monitoring of the Ibex Reserve at Hotat Bani Tamim Using Wireless Sensor Networks محمود عبدالعزيز السخاوي - رئيس قسم نظم المعلومات

Abstract:

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) consist of a set of accurate devices called sensors or sensor nodes. These sensors are distributed within a certain area to perform some functions of surveillance or control in this environment, such as monitoring temperature, pressure, sound, movement, pollution or noise. Distributed sensors cooperate with each other to transfer the monitored data wirelessly to centralized computers or control centers which can handle and benefit from the transfered data for protection and doing the necessary studies. One of the most important and effective applications of WSNs is the monitoring environments and natural reserves to protect them from fire, flood, aggressors and extinction.

In this paper, researchers are building a proposed strong and effective system for monitoring and protecting the Ibex Reserve at Hotat Bani Tamim, Saudi Arabia.  The propsed system is based on the wireless sensor networks’ technologies, advanced sensors and smart monitoring cameras in order to protect the wildlife inside the Ibex Reseve. In addition to prevent overfishing animals and birds, unfair cutting of trees and grasses, and help doing the necessary studies. The proposed system can be applied on the wildlife sanctuaries at Saudi Arabia (sixteen natural wildlife reserve)and three mariene protected. In addition to the availability of informations and evidences needed to make studies to protect them.

Keywords:

Wirelwss Sensor Networks, Sensors, Ibex Reserve, Hotat Bani Tamim, Smart surveillance cameras

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Treatment of East-West Relationship in Alaa Al-Aswani's Chicago Samer Said said

The relationship between the East and West and the adjustment to western traditions and mores are two major themes Alaa Al-Aswani discusses in his novels Emarrat Ya'copian (2002) and Chicago (2008).These novels are mainly concerned with the themes of clash of civilization, interracial relationships, cultural traumas and the westernized intellectual groups crisis of identity in their traditional societies. In these novels Al-Aswani not only give us a direct image of the Egyptian society but most of the time, in the background, appears the shade of another society, a society each of the characters dreams of living in: that is the country of peace, justice and egalitarianism. That ideal hoped society most of the time is cited as being the western society in which most of the fictional characters in the novels subject to study spent long periods of their lifetime. However; Al-Aswani challenges this belief. He argues that most of these characters end up as failures and that life in the west is not successful all the time. 

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FAILURE OF The Elites AS AGENTS OF SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION IN WOLE SOYINKA'S THE INTERPRETERS Samer Said said

     In almost all of his fictional and dramatic works, Wole Soyinka criticizes and mocks the intellectual group for their passive inadequate responses to the decadent socio-political reality prevailing Nigeria in his realistic comments on injustice, filthiness, poverty and corrupt practices in business and politics. This appears clearly in his novel 'The Interpreters' which launches a supremely witty critique of the Nigerian society led by a corrupt, laughable, and self-hating elite. The few intellectuals in the novel ( Sagoe, Sekoni, Egbo, Bandele, Kola and Dehinwa) who attempt to change the ugly situation prevailing their country are portrayed as failures who instead of initiating reforms to the decadent system, degenerate into frivolity. This is the impression a first reading of Soyinka’s The Interpreters creates in readers through its fixed flat characters who only criticize and mock the sociopolitical reality surrounding them but after all cannot bring about positive change to it.

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Social Satisfaction towards Islamic Banking in Saudi Arabia: A Survey Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Lone

Abstract Islamic Banking in Saudi Arabia is emerging because of the social implications prevailing in this banking system. Saudi Arabia has both conventional and Islamic banks, but many banks have shifted from conventional to Islamic in the last few years. The present study was conducted to analyze the perception of Saudi society towards Islamic banking as far as its ‘shariah’ rules are concerned. The study aims at measuring to what extent society is satisfied with this banking system and what is their perception towards working of this banking? Based on the findings, some important suggestions have been mentioned at the end. 

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Book:Building an Energy-Efficient MAC Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks محمود عبدالعزيز السخاوي - رئيس قسم نظم المعلومات

The term wireless networking refers to technology that enables two or more computers to communicate using standard network protocols and utilizing radio waves. With the rapid development of wireless networking, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have been emerged which consist of large amount of small resource constrained devices; called sensors. S-MAC is a medium-access control (MAC) protocol designed for wireless sensor networks, it is different from traditional wireless MACs such as IEEE 802.11 in several ways such as energy conservation and self-configuration. A lot of protocols are designed to reduce energy consumption of the wireless sensor nodes. Periodic listen and sleep protocol, adaptive listen protocol and prolong listen protocol are examples of these protocols. In this book, a new S-MAC protocol named; "prediction S-MAC protocol" is proposed to improve the performance of the previous S-MAC protocols.

Book Details:

ISBN-13:

978-3-639-76497-0

ISBN-10:

3639764978

EAN:

9783639764970

Book language:

English

By (author) :

Mahmoud El-Sakhawy

Number of pages:

204

Published on:

2015-05-20

Category:

Data communication, networks 

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An Adaptive Energy-Efficient Predictive S-MAC Protocol for Wireless Networks محمود عبدالعزيز السخاوي - رئيس قسم نظم المعلومات
Abstract – Extending network lifetime by energy efficient battery management is one of the most important research issues in the wireless sensor networks. Since sensor nodes are usually intended to be deployed in unattended or even hostile environments, it is almost impossible to recharge or replace their batteries. So, there are a lot of approaches that are designed to reduce the energy consumption of the wireless sensor nodes. In this paper, a new S-MAC protocol -medium access control (MAC) protocol designed for wireless sensor networks - named "predictive S-MAC protocol" is proposed to reduce the energy consumption of the sensor nodes and to improve the performance of the sensor nodes in the wireless network compared to the Adaptive Listen Protocol, and Prolong Listen Protocol. It leads to lower average packet delay, higher throughput, lower average node energy consumption and longer average node lifetime.    Keywords – Wireless Sensor Networks, Sensor Medium Access Control (S-MAC) Protocol, Periodic Listen And Sleep, Adaptive Listen, Prolong Listen, Predictive S-MAC Protocol.   I ...
مشروع تخرج للطلاب عبدالله سعد

يهدف البحث على اضافة كل ماهو مهم ومتطلب لانهاء مشروع التخرج عن طريق موقع يتيح تواصل الطالب وعضو هيئة التدريس ويكون باشراف العميد والوكيل 

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“ Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Its Effects on Oil, Gas and Refinery Production and Their Exports : An Applied Study”, جابر محمد عبد الجواد

Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, International Institute for Science, Technology & Education, Vol. 4, No (1), January 2013.

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Determinants of Competitive Advantages of Dates Exporting (An Applied Study on Saudi Arabia) جابر محمد عبد الجواد

1. Introduction

Saudi Arabia is blessed with vast production of dates and have potential to contribute to export earning to a large extend .The date has an important place in the structure of Saudi Economy on both national level generally and on the level of agricultural sector particularly because of its active contribution in the economic activity, increasing the Saudi exports and fulfilling the needs of local market. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is at the forefront of the countries which produce and export the date at the same time and in the tradition of today’s international trade, The Kingdom has many comparative and competitive advantages in both production and export process. In spite of advantages Saudi dates are not getting due recognition despite their superior quality, their presence in the global market is very limited and not all right to their volume of production.

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Building an Adaptive Energy-Efficient MAC Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks with Maximum Network Lifetime محمود عبدالعزيز السخاوي - رئيس قسم نظم المعلومات

The term wireless networking refers to technology that enables two or more computers to communicate using standard network protocols and utilizing radio waves. With the rapid development of wireless networking, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have been emerged which consist of large amount of small resource constrained devices; called sensors. S-MAC is a medium-access control (MAC) protocol designed for wireless sensor networks, it is different from traditional wireless MACs such as IEEE 802.11 in several ways such as energy conservation and self-configuration. 

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