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Success Factors for Baitulmal Management during the Reign of Caliph Umar ibn Abdul Aziz  [PDF]
Radieah Mohd Nor
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.35013
Abstract: In general, baitulmal is a store treasury or property house which manages all properties and financial resources of Muslims community. Therefore, primary responsibility of baitulmal is managing assets and finances that are owned by and entrusted to Muslims community such as zakat, wakf, usyur, khaaraj and other sources that are permitted by Islamic law as an effort to reduce poverty and for socio-economic development. This article intends to examine the management of baitulmal during the period of Caliph Umar ibn Abdul Aziz. This is important because Caliph Umar ibn Abdul Aziz has made several revolutions throughout his reign. Based on textual analysis, six critical success factors for treasury management during his reign have been identified. The factors are healthy environment for economic growth, strengthening of the baitulmal, stimulating and boosting the business sector, creating new rules for the agricultural sector, giving more focus to the general fund stored in the treasury and the last factor is vigilance with the use of the national treasury.
Study of Lightning Safety Distance Using Rolling Sphere Method  [PDF]
Nor Zaihar Yahaya, Mohd Akhmal Daud
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2013.53026
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The development of a computer program for evaluation of lightning safety distance between the tower and satellite dish is written in M-File MATLAB. The 3-dimensional illustrative graphics model is used to capture better understanding on how lightning protection system (LPS) works. The study of physical length of grounding electrode used on the tower is found to be significantly affecting the grounding system performances where they depend on magnitude of dispersed lightning strikes current and the settling time for the current to completely disperse. The grounding system performance is studied by using lightning impulse current (LIC) generator, simulated in OrCad PSpice software. It is found that the optimum length of vertical lightning rod in LPS is the same with the striking distance. There is no significant improvement is observed in lightning safety distance if the length of vertical lightning rod is higher than striking distance. The lightning strike peak current that has larger magnitude than the withstanding insulation level of specified object causes no physical damage. It is because the lightning safety distance increases when the lightning strike peak current becomes higher. It is also found that the lower grounding impedance generates higher magnitude of dispersed peak current and faster settling time.

Phytoconstituent Screening and Antibacterial Activity of the Leaf Extracts from Canarium odontophyllum Miq.  [PDF]
Dayang Fredalina Basri, Nur Hafidzah Mohd Nor
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.519303
Abstract: Canarium odontophyllum is one of the underutilized fruits among the local community in Sarawak, Malaysia. The leaf extracts from C. odontophyllum (6.25 mg/ml to 50 mg/m) were screened against two Gram-positive bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus and Bacillus cereus) and two Gram-negative bacteria (Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa). Extraction of the C. odontophyllum leaves using methanol produced the highest yield (5.46%) followed by water (4.0%) and acetone (2.83%) whereas hexane extracted the lowest yield (0.98%). Out of the four bacterial species tested, only S. aureus was found to be susceptible towards the C. odontophyllum leaves extract. Screening result using agar well diffusion method showed that the antimicrobial activity of the acetone and methanol extracts from C. odontophyllum leaves was concentration-dependent towards the growth inhibition of S. aureus. The MIC values for both MeOH and acetone extracts were 0.391 mg/ml. The MBC value of MeOH extract was twice its MIC value whereas the MBC and MIC values of acetone extract against S. aureus were the same. Phytochemical analysis showed that acetone, MeOH
TRUST AND COMMITMENT: DO THEY INFLUENCE E-CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP PERFORMANCE?
Nor Azila Mohd Noor
International Journal of Electronic Commerce Studies , 2012,
Abstract: Customer relationship management can help companies build lasting relationships with their customers. Today, CRM has dramatically changed because the internet can be used for CRM applications. Thus, Electronic Customer relationship management (e-CRM) is a comprehensive business and marketing strategy that integrates people, processes, technology and all business activities for attracting and retaining customers through the internet and mobile phones. E-CRM results in repeat purchases, word of mouth, retention, cross buying, brand loyalty and customer satisfaction. The keen competition in the communication and mobile phone service market place and the increasing numbers of mobile phone users worldwide has influenced researchers to investigate factors that contribute to e-CRM performance. This study investigates the influence of customer trust and commitment on e-CRM performance in the Jordanian mobile phone services industry. The analysis shows that customer trust and commitment were positively related to e-CRM performance.
Penyelesaian Gelombang Bergerak Bagi Persamaan Burgers Tak Homogen
Mohd Nor bin Mohamad
Matematika , 1993,
Abstract: Penyelesaian tepat bagi persamaan Burgers tak homogen diperoleh dengan cara menurunkan persamaan tersebut kepada bentuk bilinear melalui penjelmaan pembolehubah tak bersandar. Penyelesaian yang diperoleh adalah penyelesaian gelombang bergerak dan penyelesaian yang menggambarkan penyatuan dua penyelesaian gelombang bergerak.
UNDERSTANDING OLDER ADULT LEARNERS IN DISTANCE EDUCATION: The Case of Universiti Sains Malaysia
Nailul Morad MOHD NOR
The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 2011,
Abstract: World population ageing is unprecedented and pervasive which will affect all countries in the world. According to a United Nation report (2010): “By 2045, the number of older persons in the world will exceed the number of young for the first time in history.” The number of the older adult learners in distance education programs is also expected to increase in tandem with the growth of ageing population throughout the world. As such distance education institutions and instructors should be vigilant to this new emerging group of learners. The objectives of this study were to identify factors related to older adult learners’ participation in the distance education degree programs and their characteristics. Data were collected by using interviews and questionnaires. Respondents for the study were older adult learners age 50 and over who enrolled in degree programs at the School of Distance Education (SDE), Universiti Sains Malaysia in Malaysia. Five older adult learners were interviewed and 72 out of 123 respondents completed the questionnaires. The findings indicated that older adult learners’ participation in the distance education degree programs is mainly due to career advancement and to seek knowledge. The older adult learners’ distinct characteristics are high motivation, eager to learn, health conscious, effective time management, good social skills, no financial difficulties and have strong family support.
Population Restructuring: The Impact on Poverty Eradication in Malaysia and Medina  [PDF]
Radieah Mohd Nor, Sharifah Nurlaili Farhana Syed Azhar, Kamarulazizi Ibrahim
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.36013
Abstract: Before the restructuring, Medina’s residents live in hostile environment and constantly waging war between themselves. In Malaysia, population’s restructuring occurred as the result of May 13, 1969’s tragedies, which became a black spot in the history of Malaysia. Through population’s restructuring, the poverty rates in Medina and Malaysia decrease. There are five key elements that are kept in the population’s restructuring in Medina and Malaysia. These elements are religion, life, intellect, lineage and property. These five elements are contained in Maqasid Shariyah.
Financing for Sustainable Development: Reflections on the Malaysian Perspective against the Six Capital Types Proposed by United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network  [PDF]
Radieah Mohd Nor, Kanayathu Chacko Koshy, Kamarulazizi Ibrahim
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2015.33019
Abstract: This article is about analysis of Malaysia’s achievements regarding the proposed main capital out-lined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN SDSN) that to be empowered by every country in the world. There are six main types of capital proposed by UN SDSN which are infrastructure, human capital, natural capital, business capital, intellectual capital and social capital. Based on the proposed six categories, Malaysia should take the initiative proposed so that Malaysia can achieve sustainability in its development as outlined in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This situation needs to be done because Malaysia is still lagging in their efforts to preserve the type of capital owned by them. Good management needs to be done to strengthen the type of capital held in Malaysia.
1AZAM Aiding Low-Income Households in Malaysia  [PDF]
Radieah Mohd Nor, Sharifah Nurlaili Farhana Syed Azhar
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2016.44029
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Poverty has always been a major topic of discussion throughout the world. Based on the studies that have been conducted in Malaysia, they only take about 44 years to reach 1% incidence of poverty in 2014. While in 1970, the incidence of poverty was 49.3%. Malaysian government’s efforts to eradicate poverty of its people can be seen when the government attempted through the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) through the National Key Result Areas (NKRA) with the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (KPWKM) becomes as the main driver. Through KPWKM, 1AZAM (1Aim) was launched. The program identified four main areas namely AZAM Tani (Farms Aim), AZAM Khidmat (Services Aim), AZAM Kerja (Works Aim) and AZAM Niaga (Business Aim) to help the poor Malaysians out of the group.
Simple GUI Wireless Controller of Quadcopter  [PDF]
Dirman Hanafi, Mongkhun Qetkeaw, Rozaimi Ghazali, Mohd Nor Mohd Than, Wahyu Mulyo Utomo, Rosli Omar
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2013.61006
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This paper presents the development of remotely operated Quadcopter system. The Quadcopter is controlled through a graphical user interface (GUI) where the communication between GUI and Quadcopter is constructed by using wireless communication system. The Quadcopter balancing condition is sensed by FY90 controller and IMU 5DOF sensor. For smooth landing, Quadcopter is equipped with ultrasonic sensor. All signals from sensors are processed by Arduino Uno microcontroller board and output from the Arduino Uno microcontroller board is implemented to control Quadcopter propellers. The GUI is designed using Visual Basic 2008 Express as interfacing communication between the Proportional, Integral and Derivative (PID) controller and the Quadcopter system. The experiment shows that the Quadcopter system can hover while maintain it balancing and the stability is guaranteed. Moreover, the developed system is able to cope with load disturbance up to 250 gduring the hover position. Maximum operated time of Quadcopter is six minutes using 2200 mAh Lipo battery and operate time can be increased by using largest battery capacity.

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