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The Management of Work Satisfaction among Sports Teacher  [PDF]
Jaffry Bin Zakaria, Muhammad NorSyafiq Bin Omar, Romi Mardela
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105376
Abstract:
Teachers are very important to the community and nation especially in school. They help students with their full responsibility to make sure stu-dents get the best result in their exams. Teachers give their full commitment during their class hours and sometimes also during school holidays. It truly for sure needs to help students get all the information and knowledge to prepare for their exams. But, dissatisfaction among them nowadays is needed to see in clear view for ministry. According to [1], there are a variety of factors that can influence a person’s level of job satisfaction. Some of these factors include the level of pay and benefits, the perceived fairness of the promotion system within a company, the quality of the working conditions, leaderships and social relationships and the job itself. Why they do not satisfy with the job? This paper discusses job satisfaction among sports teacher in primary school at Kulim district in Malaysia.
A Preliminary Observation on the Pond Culture of European Eel, Anguilla anguilla (Linnaeus, 1758) in Egypt: Recommendations for Future Studies
Muhammad Nor Bin Omar,Nor Aini Idris,Nor Nazuha M. Nor
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: : An experiment was conducted to assess the potential of the European eel, Anguilla anguilla for earthen pond aquaculture without supplementary feeding at Lake Manzala, Egypt. Juvenile A. anguilla of mean length 11.7 cm and 2.4 g weight were stocked in earthen ponds measuring 3 feddans (about 12,600 m2) and 1 m deep. Stocking was done in May 2003 at a rate of 5000 fish feddan- 1 in a polyculture system including tilapia and mullets and fed mainly on natural occurring prey (natural spawned tilapia) and small shrimp. The eels were culture for a period of 2 years, May 2003 to April 2005. Sampling for growth and survival were evaluated yearly. At the end of the culture period, the gross weight of the harvested eels was measured and the net pond production calculated by the difference between weight stocked and weight harvested. Temperature varied from 11.5 to 28.2° C and 12.2 to 29.3° C; PH, 7.3 to 8.9 and 7.5 to 8.8; Dissolved Oxygen (DO), 5.2 to 9.8 mg L- 1 and 4.1 to 8.3 mg L- 1; and Salinity, 2.5 to 5.5 psu and 3.0 to 6.8 psu for first year and second year, respectively. At the end of the culture period, A. anguilla attained average weight of 121.4 g fish- 1 at the end of the first year and a weight range of 152.5 to 430 g fish- 1 with an average of 280.36 g fish- 1 at the end of the second year. Survival rate ranged from 91% during the first year to 100% during the second year. Net eel production was 540.18 kg feddan- 1 at the end of the first year and 723.36 kg feddan- 1 at the end of the second year. Daily increments in weight per fish were 0.33 and 0.44 for first and second year, respectively. This experiment demonstrated the possibility of cultivation of eels as well as the higher growth rate in earthen ponds. The aquaculture strategy of eel with high stocking densities through low cost artificial feeds are recommended in future studies.
Changes of Headspace Volatile Constituents of Palm Olein And Selected Oils after Frying French Fries
Muhammad Nor Bin Omar,Nor Nazuha M. Nor,Nor Aini Idris
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: : Changes of aroma constituents of palm olein and selected oils after frying French fries have been studied. The aroma constituents of used oils were collected using a solid-phase microextraction (SPME) headspace technique with an absorbent of a divinylbenzene/carboxen (DVB/CAR) (50/30 μm) on polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) fibre. The extracted volatiles were desorbed from the fibre in the injection port of the gas chromatograph at 250°C and the aroma constituents were identified by GC-MS. Analytical data showed that volatile constituents of palm olein, soybean oil, corn oil and sunflower oil changed while frying continued from 2 to 40 h, respectively. In palm olein, the 2t,4t-decadienal content decreased from 14.7 to 5.5 μg g-1 (40 h) whilst hexanal increased from 7.9 μg g-1 (2 h) to 29.2 μg g-1 (40 h), respectively. Similar result was also obtained from soybean oil after frying French fries. The 2t,4t-decadienal content decreased from 15.9 μg g-1 (2 h) to 3.2 μg g-1 after 40 h frying whilst hexanal increased from 10.2 μg g-1 (2 h) to 34.2 μg g-1 (40 h). Meanwhile, in corn oil, it was found that 2t,4t-decadienal decreased from 15.6 μg g-1 (2 h) to 3.2 μg g-1 (40 h) whilst hexanal increased from 11.3 μg g-1 (2 h) to 33.8 μg g-1 when frying time reached 40 h. In sunflower oil, it was found that 2t,4t-decadienal, decreased from 16.8 μg g-1 (2 h) to 1.2 μg g-1 (40 h) while hexanal increased from 9.5 μg g-1 (2 h) to 32.4 μg g-1 when frying time reached 40 h. It also showed that used oils exhibited off-odour characteristics due to the increasing amount of hexanal while their freshness characteristics diminished due to the decreasing amount of 2t, 4t-decadienal.
Biotransformation and Stereoselective Synthesis of Pharmaceutical Molecules from Linoleic Acid
Muhammad Nor bin Omar,Nor Nazuha M. Nor,Humphrey Moynihan,Richard Hamilton
Biotechnology , 2007,
Abstract: The biotransformation of linoleic acid 1 using immobilised soybean lipoxygenase in a dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) containing medium followed by sodium borohydride reduction afforded 13(S)-hydroxy-octadeca-9(Z),11(E)-dienoic acid 13(S)-HODE 2 in 69% yield. After methylation, methyl 13(S)-HODE was subjected to epoxidation using tert-butyl hydroperoxide (TBHP) in the presence of vanadyl acetylacetonate or titanium (IV) isopropoxide with D-(-)- or L-(+)-diisopropyl tartrate. Epoxidation catalysed by titanium (IV) isopropoxide/D-(-)-isopropyl tartarate gave predominantly epoxide 3 (in 75% yield) while treatment of 2 with TBHP in the presence of titanium (IV) isopropoxide and L-(+)-diisopropyl tartrate gave preferentially epoxide 4 in 73% yield. Meanwhile, epoxidation of 2 with TBHP in the presence of vanadyl acetylacetonate gave predominantly epoxide 3 in 72% yield. The fluoro-derivatives 8, 9 and 10 were obtained in high yield when hydroxy-derivative 2, 3 and 4 were converted into their trimethylsilyl derivatives 5, 6 and 7 before treating with diethylaminosulphur trifluoride. Treatment of epoxide 4 with acetamide in dimethyl formamide (DMF) afforded a heterocyclic 2-oxazoline 11 in 73% yield.
Adaptive Beam Steering of Rlsa Antenna with RFID Technology
Mohd Faizal Bin Jamlos;Tharek Abdul Rahman;Muhammad Ramlee Kamarudin;P. Saad;Omar Abdul Aziz;M. Amir Shamsudin
PIER , 2010, DOI: 10.2528/PIER10071903
Abstract: A form of a novel adaptive antenna system that combines radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, programmable intelligent computer (PIC) microcontroller and reconfigurable beam steering antenna is proposed. Localization and adaptive response are the most challenging issues in smart antenna system. In this research, the localization technique relying on the received signal strength (RSS) signals has been done intensively where the capability of the RFID tag in producing certain level of signal strength has been exploited as a stimulator for the system to adaptively activate certain PIN diode switches of reconfigurable beam steering antenna. It is found that the detecting ability of the RSSI signals is extremely influenced by the 45°angle of the RFID reader's directive antenna. The combination of four 90°triangles which have 'adjacent' and 'opposite' angle of 45°forming pyramid antenna which has four sections; 1, 2, 3 and 4 enable the RFID readers to receive the RSS signals from the angles of 0°/360°, 90°, 180°and 270°respectively. When the RFID tag is directly facing a certain section, certain RSS signals will 'flow' from particular section into their respected RFID readers to automatically detect the range and angles' location of the RFID tag through the input ports of PIC microcontroller: A1, A4, C4 and C7. The PIN diode switches of the reconfigurable beam steering antenna are then activated by the output ports of PIC microcontroller: B0 up to B4, to steer the beam adaptively towards the RFID tag at four different angles: 0°/360°, 90°, 180°, and 270°according to the algorithm programmed in the microcontroller. It is found that the Ground Reflection (Two-Ray) propagation model is very crucial in determining the projection and height of reconfigurable antenna to efficiently cover the scattered measurement points of 1 up to 10 at four angles with different ranges of distance. The proposed antenna has a great potential in realizing the new smart antenna system replacing the conventional adaptive array antenna and Wimax application.
Relationship of Maqasid Al-Shariah with Qisas and Diyah: Analytical View
Ahmad Bin Muhammad Husni,Amir Husin Bin Mohd Nor,Abdel Wadoud Moustafa Moursi El-Seoudi,Ibnor Azli Ibrahim,Hayatullah Laluddin,Muhammad Adib Samsudin,Anwar Fakhri Omar,Muhammad Nazir Alias
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2012.725.730
Abstract: Qisas is considered in the Islamic law, the largest and the most important factors for the stability of justice in the society and the feeling of secure in the hearts of people and it also preserving the human dignity and freedom. It is a purification for the murdered and the life of the humankind and the healed for the oppressed and justice between the murderer and the murdered. It is equality between punishment and crime. It is from the law of Allah Glory which His law that far above other that prescribed by the corrupted minds suggestion and opinions of the misguided oppressive. The punishment in Islam tends to justice and the protection of virtue and morality. Thereby, it tends to be equal to the crime and its effects. Without qisas, people attacked each other violently; qisas is prevention to the evil consequences of the blood violation by crime. This wise legislation preserves the life of people and their organs. Qisas is aimed to achieve the equality between crime and punishment so that the penalty shall be equal to the crime committed as qisas is similar deterrent punishment waiting for the criminal who deters the victim and his guardian and the community who he lives in with this dreadful crime. In addition to these meanings, qisas heals the rage of the victim and the rage of his heirs. In this study, the inductive and analytical approach to gather the views of jurists, researchers, their evidences and arguments on the subject and texts related to it trying to perform fundamental and judicial analysis to suit the contemporary reality and the intent of the Sharia and to the practical approach which study of the subject in the field and applied study. The Islamic Sharia developed wise legislation to keep the souls of the people and limbs from being assaulted. They made the punishment of killing intentionally in the highest degree of penalty it is death and made it to the guardian of the murdered the right of amnesty for free or a replacement of money and set for the mistaken murder some penalties which makes him sensitive human in his actions and wise deeds and more alert and rises above all indulgence and lack of caution. In which does not lead the neglecters to destroy the life or organs and this wise legislation preserves the life of people and their organs.
Rise of Augmented Reality: Current and Future Application Areas  [PDF]
Abrar Omar Alkhamisi, Muhammad Mostafa Monowar
International Journal of Internet and Distributed Systems (IJIDS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijids.2013.14005
Abstract: The massive technological advancements around the world have created significant challenging competition among companies where each of the companies tries to attract the customers using different techniques. One of the recent tech- niques is Augmented Reality (AR). The AR is a new technology which is capable of presenting possibilities that are difficult for other technologies to offer and meet. Nowadays, numerous augmented reality applications have been used in the industry of different kinds and disseminated all over the world. AR will really alter the way individuals view the world. The AR is yet in its initial phases of research and development at different colleges and high-tech institutes. Throughout the last years, AR apps became transportable and generally available on various devices. Besides, AR be- gins to occupy its place in our audio-visual media and to be used in various fields in our life in tangible and exciting ways such as news, sports and is used in many domains in our life such as electronic commerce, promotion, design, and business. In addition, AR is used to facilitate the learning whereas it enables students to access location-specific infor- mation provided through various sources. Such growth and spread of AR applications pushes organizations to compete one another, every one of them exerts its best to gain the customers. This paper provides a comprehensive study of AR including its history, architecture, applications, current challenges and future trends.
The Relationship Between Islamic Human Rights and the Maqasidic Approach
Hayatullah Laluddin,Amir Husin Mohd. Nor,Abdel Wadoud Moustafa Moursi El-Seoudi,Ibnor Azli Ibrahim,Ahmad Muhammad Husni,Anwar Fakhri Omar,Muhammad Adib Samsudin,Muhammad Nazir Alias,Abdul Basir Bin Mohamad
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2012.111.116
Abstract: Undeniably, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Charter adopted by the United Nation in December, 1948 is a great step forward in the history of United Nation in respect of human rights issue. However, the rights enumerated therein characterized by deficiencies in conceptualization, flaws in formulation and injustices in application. Being subject to political agendas, economic pressure and culturally biased view points, they often serve the interests of certain organizations and powerful special interest groups. As such they, carry the residues of colonialism and imperialism. Thus, it could be said that this is a clear plan from the ongoing suppression and atrocities inflicted on poor and weak nations without any effective measures being taken by these organizations for their defense and protection. Double standard is applied when it comes to the violation of human rights. Weak states are vigorously pursued and hunted whereas powerful countries are blatantly exempted from prosecution. Islam as a divine and universal guidance lies a comprehensive framework of values that embodies universal human rights which is free of bias and deals with the abusers of the human rights equally regardless their races, religions and also color factors hence provides a universal criterion for human rights. Therefore, this study attempts to analyze the issue of human rights from an Islamic perspective in the light of the maqasidic (higher purposes) of shariah and delineates the mechanism for protection of human rights. Using both descriptive and analytical methods, the research concludes that Islam provides a comprehensive and practical mechanism for protection of human rights which are appropriate for all nations and human beings.
Behavior of Electromagnetic Waves at Dielectric Fractal-Fractal Interface in Fractional Spaces
Muhammad Omar;Muhammad Junaid Mughal
PIER M , 2013, DOI: 10.2528/PIERM12121903
Abstract: In this paper, reflection and transmission coefficients at dielectric fractal-fractal interface are discussed. The ratio of permittivity of the two dielectric fractal media is kept constant, while the dimension is varied in order to get the desired results. Conventional results are recovered for the integer dimensions. The proposed expressions are useful to study the behavior of electromagnetic waves for non-integer dimensions, multiple fractal interfaces and waveguides. Moreover, it is also helpful to understand the variation in the magnitudes of reflection and transmission coefficients with the difference in dimensionality at interface of the two fractal media.
POTT's PARAPLEGIA
Muhammad Omar Sawar
The Professional Medical Journal , 1995,
Abstract: The aim in the treatment of Pott's Paraplegia is eradication of the disease producing the paraplegia, recoveryof neurological function, early mobilization and rehabilitation. To achieve this aim we followed the radicalanterior surgical approach. Twelve patients with Pott's paraplegia underwent radical anterior debridementand fusion with autogenous bone grafts. These patients were reviewed as to the effect of this radical approachon return of distal neurological function and time to independent ambulation. Benefits of this radical surgeryare discussed and recommendations made.
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