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The Closer Bridge towards Islamic Studies in Higher Education in Malaysia and Indonesia  [PDF]
Abd. Rachman Assegaf, Abd. Razak Bin Zakaria, Abdul Muhsein Sulaiman
Creative Education (CE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2012.326149
Abstract: The transformations of Islamic higher education in Indonesia have occurred since the establishment of STI to PTAIN, then IAIN and UIN. It has tremendous impact on the implementation of models of Islamic studies. At early stage of development, Islamic higher education in this country tends to follow a normative-idealistic approach of Islamic studies due to the huge influences of many Middle Eastern graduates. However, changes of Islamic studies approach come to exist when the Western graduates bring non-scriptualistic methodologies and multidisciplinary approach in Islamic studies. If compared to Malaysia, the two poles of Eastern or Western and Islamic or non-Islamic higher education types have been integrated with the paradigm of Islamization of knowledge. Recent development indicates that Malaysian and Indonesian universities have intensified their mutual cooperation through U to U or G to G Memorandum of Understanding. There are several ways of encounters, namely teacher (or lecturer) and student exchanges, literature line, bilateral cooperation, and informal factors. With the closer link between the two people of these countries, the bonds between Islamic studies connecting the two countries have become closer.
Jordan Γ*-Derivation on Semiprime Γ-Ring M with Involution  [PDF]
Ali Kareem, Hajar Sulaiman, Abdul-Rahman Hameed Majeed
Advances in Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory (ALAMT) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/alamt.2016.62006
Abstract: Let M be a 2-torsion free semiprime G-ring with involution satisfying the condition that \"\" (\"\" and \"\"). In this paper, we will prove that if a non-zero Jordan G*-derivation d on M satisfies \"\" for all \"\" and \"\", then \"\".
Clinical critics in the management of diabetes mellitus  [PDF]
Syed Wasif Gillani, Syed Azhar Syed Sulaiman, Shameni Sundram, Suzana Christopher Victor, Abdul Hakim Abdullah
Health (Health) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/health.2012.48085
Abstract: There is a global epidemic of diabetes with its prevalence expected to increase from 5.1% in 2003 to 6.3% in 2025. This increase in diabetes is occurring in all nations, however, developing nations are particularly at risk. It spares no group and affects men, women, the elderly, young and people from very racial and socio-economic background. Nevertheless, certain ethnic groups including Asians are affected more than Caucasians. Large randomized clinical trials have shown that improvement in glycaemic control, together with management of diabetes-related risk factors like blood pressure and lipid control significantly reduce the micro and macro complications in individuals with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Patient education plays a crucial role in the prevention of diabetic fool problems. In Geneva, the rate of lower limb amputations was reduced by almost 75% after an educational intervention. People with diabetes must acquire the knowledge and skills through education to provide daily self-care in diabetes management which involves maintenance of healthy living, recognition and management of diabetes problems when they arise and taking preventive measures. Some factors include patients’ biomedical variables, the psychosocial environment, the knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of patients themselves, home careers and health care providers, healthcare systems’ accessibility and availability and even the national political context may influence these self-care behaviors.
Pelaksanaan Skema Kaedah Lelaran Kumpulan Tak Tersirat Terubahsuai Bagi Unsur Terhingga Dalam Masalah Resapan Satu Matra
Jumat bin Sulaiman,Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah
Matematika , 2000,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to describe formulation of the 2, 3 and 4 Point Modified Explicit Group (MEG) iterative methods scheme with finite element approximation to solve the one dimensional diffusion equation. It had shown tha the MEG iterative methods is faster than the halfsweeps or fullsweeps Explicit Group (EG) iterative methods.
Kaedah Lelaran Kumpulan Tak Tersirat Dengan Penghampiran Beza Terhingga Peringkat Tinggi Bagi Persamaan Poisson
Jumat bin Sulaiman,Abdul Rahman bin Abdullah
Matematika , 1998,
Abstract: In this paper, we extend the 2-Point Explicit Group Iterative (EGI) method the 3, 4, 6, 8 and 12-Point EGI methods with high-order difference approximation to solve the one dimiensional Poisson equation. We also describe the implementation of the EGI method with multigrid is compared without multigrid.
Study on the Concept of Sustainable Development: Focusing on Islamic Banking and Role of Precautionary Principle
Abdullah Sulaiman,Muhammad Rizal Razman,Jamaluddin Jahi,Abdul Basir Mohamad
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2011.181.185
Abstract: One of the legal framework approach under the concept of sustainable development is the precautionary principle . The precautionary principle plays an important role in the area of environmental law and governance. The used of the precautionary principle in the area of environmental law and governance is largely in respond to the inevitability of every human being around the globe to protect environment from being polluted in their surroundings. As for the Islamic banking is concerned, the bank may created an essential mechanism to achieve sustainable development. Therefore, this study examines the use of the precautionary principle in Islamic banking with relation to the environmental law and governance by identifying actions and cases which deal with environmental protection. This study is also identifying the relation between the Islamic banking which applied the precautionary principle and Rio declaration as a means to protect mother nature.
New Operational Risk Approach to Web Project Development
Thamer Al-Rousan,Shahida Sulaiman,Rosalina Abdul Salam
International Journal of Soft Computing , 2012,
Abstract: Advances in technology and the use of the Internet have had a massive and permanent influence on our lives. In this regard, there is growing concern about the type of development and the long-term quality of Web applications, which form the largest share of individual software developed today. Web applications is a new application domain that require an adaptation of many software engineering approaches or even the development of completely new approaches to make it possible to plan and iterate web application development processes and facilitate their continuous evolution. This in turn permits cost reduction, the minimization of risks and quality enhancement. Many failures associated with web projects are the consequences of poor awareness of the risks involved and the weak management of these risks. Although, many approaches have been proposed to overcome this shortcoming, there is still a huge gap between these approaches and actual industry needs. This research aims to improve web project risk management by proposing an operational risk approach to avoid risks in web projects development and improve the chances of managing critical risks beforehand. The study presents a case study of the practical applications of the proposed approach in an actual web project.
Determination of Oleuropein in leaves and fruits of some Syrian olive varieties
International Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants , 2012,
Abstract: Oleuropein contents (OLE) in leaves and fruits of from seven olive Syrian varieties harvested at spring and fall were determined by high-performance liquid chromatography. The results showed that, the concentration of OLE leaves samples measured in spring was higher than those determined in fall samples, where the OLE concentration in spring samples ranged between 5.6 - 9.2 mg/g. The highest concentration (9.2 mg/g dry leaves), was found in Jlott variety and the lowest concentration (5.6 mg/g dry leaves) was in Dan mawi. In fall olive leaves samples, the concentration of OLE ranged between 4.3 to 8.2 mg/g dry leaves, where the highest concentration was in Jlott variety and the lowest was in Dan mawi variety. As for fruit samples, the OLE concentration ranged between 635-1026 mg/kg, where the highest value was in Jlott variety, and the lowest was in Kaissy variety. Comparisons between olive oil content in fruits and oleuropein content in leaves (in spring and autumn) (using student T test statistical analysis) indicate that the differences in oleuropein contents are affected by the genetic makeup of the olive varieties and not by the environment.
Geometric Transformation Technique for Total Hip Implant in Digital Medical Images
Azrulhizam Shapi’i,Riza Sulaiman,Abdul Yazid Mohd Kassim
Universal Journal of Computer Science and Engineering Technology , 2010,
Abstract: The use of geometric transformation is extremely crucial in the medical field because it can assist surgeons in carrying out pre-surgery process effectively and properly. This study aims to produce techniques and algorithms that can be used to implement the implant transformation process such as rotation and reflection on medical images. The main objective of this paper is to show the hip joint implant transformation algorithm used in x-ray images of hip joint patients. The computerised hip joint replacement process developed by a group of researchers from the Industrial Computing Research Group, Faculty of Technology and Information Science, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia shows how the implant transformation process being perform. The code of two transformation algorithms (rotation and reflection transformation) were shown in this paper. The example showed that by using the suggested transformation, the position of the hip joint implant can be manipulated to obtain the optimal position on the x-ray images of patients.
An Investigation of Social Safety Net Programs as Means of Poverty Alleviation in Bangladesh
Mohammad Abdul Hannan Pradhan,Saidatulakmal Mohd,Jamalludin Sulaiman
Asian Social Science , 2013, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v9n2p139
Abstract: Bangladesh is a developing and poorer country in the world. The 2010 Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) indicates around 31.6 percent of its population lives under the national poverty line. This has led to the implementation of many social safety net (SSN) programs to address the issue of poverty. In the fiscal year 2009/10, the Bangladesh government allocated 15.22 percent of total budget for SSN program that accounts to 2.52 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The main objective of this paper is to assess the impact of the SSNs programs on level of poverty reduction in Bangladesh. The study employs time series analysis on the 1996 – 2010 spending on SSN and poverty rate data. Statistical analysis indicates negative relationship between SSN expenditure and poverty rates. This implies that SSNs programs have reached the struggling poor as well as have helped the deprived part of the country’s people to pick them up of poverty situation.
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