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Load Balancing Management by Efficient Controlling Mobiles Agents
Mohamed Bahaj,Abdellatif Soklabi,,Ilias Cherti
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: Load balancing is a computer networkingmethodology which allows the distribution of the workloadacross multiple computers or computing devices, such as centralprocessing units, disk drives, or other resources, to reach optimalresource utilization, reduce response time, maximize throughputand circumvent overload. The Use of multiple computers withload balancing, instead of a single computer, may increasereliability through redundancy.Our contribution outlines the adaptation of the Shadowapproach used to control mobiles agents for developing a loadbalancing management algorithm in distributed systems. Thisapproach does not only distribute the loads on the nodes andcollect its running result, but it also manages the tasks executionplaces during all the execution time. Thereby, we get a selforganizedload balancing infrastructure.
Towards the Establishment of a Reference Framework for Cancer  [PDF]
Abdellatif Maamri
Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2015.510047
Abstract: This framework is designed to encourage transdisciplinary research that will integrate social determinants in cancer research. This framework is designed to help conceptualize how the social determinants interact with other factors in the etiology of cancer. The factors influencing the populations of cancer in Morocco and other countries of the world can be classified into seven groups: 1) Political and institutional factors, 2) Socio-cultural factors, 3) Socio-economic factors, 4) Environmental factors, 5) Biological factors, 6) Factors related to lifestyle, and 7) Those related to the health system.
Multiperspective Representation of Internal Controls in Business Processes  [PDF]
Iheb Abdellatif, Alain April
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2012.512112
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The internal control process, which is designed to help an organization accomplish specific control objectives, is one of the most important processes, as it can determine whether or not the organization is in compliance with its internal or external requirements. Internal controls emerge from different perspectives. Currently, experts view and act on one control perspective at a time, which creates inefficiencies and duplication. This software engineering research is aimed at proposing a multiperspective framework for representing internal controls, in order to obtain a centralized and comprehensive view of all internal control mechanisms. To carry out this research, we also needed to represent the many different stakeholder perspectives of internal controls. Based on a literature review of mathematical and psychological analysis, we searched for the most suitable multiperspective representation of internal controls, and assessed the many representation options using the AHP (analytical hierarchical process) sensitivity analysis approach. This approach has been applied to a study group which has been called to answer to a questionnaire.

Analysis of Hops Length in Wireless Sensor Networks  [PDF]
Mekkaoui Kheireddine, Rahmoun Abdellatif
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/wsn.2014.66012
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Wireless sensor networks are provided with a limited source of power. The lifetime of such networks is an overwhelming matter in most network applications. This lifetime depends strongly on how efficiently such energy is distributed over the nodes especially during transmitting and receiving data. Each node may route messages to destination nodes either through short hops or long hops. Optimizing the length of these hops may save energy, and therefore extend the lifetime of WSNs. In this paper, we propose a theorem to optimize the hop’s length so to make WSN power consumption minimal. The theorem establishes a simple condition on hop’s length range. Computer simulation when performing such condition on Mica2 sensors and Mica2dot sensors reveals good performance regarding WSNs energy consumption.
Temperature Trend on Makkah, Saudi Arabia  [PDF]
Abdellatif Esawy A. Abdou
Atmospheric and Climate Sciences (ACS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/acs.2014.43044
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The main objective of this study is to investigate temperature trend and distribution over 29 years period (1985 to 2013) in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, the holiest city for all Muslims. Monthly mean, maximum, and minimum temperature levels and their trends are investigated using Regression analysis and Theil-Sen nonparametric test. Also, trends in deviations from the reference period (1985-2013) are analyzed. The results showed that the number of hot days and nights increased annually by 1.5966 and 1.832, respectively, while the number of cold nights decreased annually by 0.4054 nights. Both Regression analysis and Theil-Sen test demonstrated positive trends in mean, minimum and maximum temperature levels. Trends are determined for various seasons and months of the year. The annual mean of daily mean, maximum and minimum temperature increased by 0.0398°C, 0.0552°C, 0.0398°C per year, respectively. The minimum value of monthly mean temperature (Tmmean = 23.98°C) was found in January, whereas the maximum value of the mean temperature (Tmmean= 35.95°C) was found in July. Maximum value of monthly mean of daily maximum temperature (Tmmax = 43.88°C) was found in June and minimum (30.54°C) in January. The monthly mean of the daily minimum temperature (Tmmin) varied between a minimum of 18.82°C in January and a maximum of 29.59

Developing E-Learning Environments for Field Practitioners and Developmental Researchers: A Third Revision of an ISD Model to Meet E-Learning and Distance Learning Innovations  [PDF]
Abdellatif Elsafy Elgazzar
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.22005
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The problem of this research was stated as “there is a need to revise Elgazzar (2002) ISD model to meet instructional development and developmental research on eLearning and distance learning innovations”. Developmental research method was implemented that included action research and case studies to report revisions of the Elgazzar (2002) ISD model to reach the new revised ISD model. Participants were (8) PhD students used the 2002 model under the author supervision (7 of them completed their theses). An open questions Questionnaire was given to participants to report revisions needed while applying Elgazzar (2002) in their development of eLearning environments on the Learning Management Systems (LMS). The author put the commonly changes and developed a prototype ISD model. The final ISD model was refereed by two Associate Professors specialized in Educational Technology: eLearning and Instructional Design from the Program of Distance Teaching and Training, Arabian Gulf University. The research has resulted in a third re- vised Elgazzar (2013) ISD model for developing eLearning and distance learning environments. The research includes Figures, References, and recommendations.

Dunkl wavelets and applications to inversion of the Dunkl intertwining operator and its dual
Abdellatif Jouini
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 2004, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171204212285
Abstract: We define and study Dunkl wavelets and the corresponding Dunkl wavelets transforms, and we prove for these transforms Plancherel and reconstruction formulas. We give as application the inversion of the Dunkl intertwining operator and its dual.
A remark on recent results for finding zeroes of accretive operators
Abdellatif Moudafi
International Journal of Stochastic Analysis , 2006, DOI: 10.1155/jamsa/2006/56704
Abstract: By means of the Yosida approximate of an accretive operator, we extended two recent results by Chidume and Chidume and Zegeye (2003) to set-valued operators, and we made the connection with two recent convergence results obtained by Benavides etal for a relaxed version of the so-called proximal point algorithm.
Genetic study of Dandarawy chickens: I. Heritabilities and genetic correlations of body weight and weight gain
MA Abdellatif
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1989, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-21-1-81
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Genetic study on Dandarawy chickens. II. Heritability of live and carcass measurements
MA Abdellatif
Genetics Selection Evolution , 1989, DOI: 10.1186/1297-9686-21-2-199
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