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Factors That Influence Entrepreneurial Intention within University Students in Egypt  [PDF]
Assem Sharaf, Alaa El-Gharbawy, Mohamed A. Ragheb
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104881
The current research aims to propose a framework of the effects of behav-ioral factors of theory of planned behavior and psychological traits factors on students’ entrepreneurial intention, measuring the size of effect, the circumstances under which the effect is clearly observed and studying the weighted effect of each of the behavior and traits elements. A questionnaire was adopted from previous studies and directed to students in the Egyptian universities. A total number of 430 respondents were considered and data were analyzed using AMOS through conducting SEM models for examining the effect of behavior and traits. Results showed that there is a significant effect of attitude toward behavior on students’ entrepreneurial intention, while there is an insignificant effect of traits.
The Peculiarities of Gratitude Expression Use in the Foreign Language (on the Example of English)  [PDF]
Saltanat Meiramova, Assem Kulzhanova
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.36004

It is known that expressing gratitude is one of the most frequently occurring communicative acts in most languages in the world. According to Nofsinger [1999:29], thanking is a speech act, specifically classified under expressive, which are “expressions of the speaker’s psychological state about something (an event, an object, a behaviour, or whatever).” Also, the general idea is that thanks maybe viewed as unimportant routine formulae. This paper attempts to investigate the linguistic and semantic characteristics of gratitude expressions’ use in the English language by Kazakhstani EFL students of higher school. In addition, the paper tries to determine the impact of social factors on the way the gratitude is expressed and also show the importance of thankfulness when it is missing in situations in which it is expected. To do so, the practical analysis of gratitude expressions’ use in oral speech has been done. Sixty people were selected from among students of Gumilyov Eurasian National University to collect data through a discourse completion task (DCT) adapted from Eisenstein and Bodman (1993). The results of the study show that the most frequently used gratitude expressions by Kazakhstani EFL students are expressions of happiness, thankfulness and best wishes in oral speech informal style.

Restricted Three-Body Problem in Cylindrical Coordinates System  [PDF]
Mohammed Sharaf, Aisha Alshaery
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.38134
Abstract: In this paper, the equations of motion for spatial restricted circular three body problem will be established using the cylindrical coordinates. Initial value procedure that can be used to compute both the cylindrical and Cartesian coordinates and velocities is also developed.
Acute ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction: Combined Intracoronary Low Dose Eptifibatide and Thrombus Aspiration  [PDF]
Sharaf Eldeen Mahmoud
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases (WJCD) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/wjcd.2014.412069
Abstract: Aim of the work: To evaluate the efficacy and safety of bolus only intra coronary platelet glyco-protein GP IIb/IIIa receptor antagonists combined with thrombus-aspiration during percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) in ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). Patient and Methods: 25 consecutive STEMI patients treated by primary PCI including thrombus aspiration were prospectively enrolled, from a total of 180 PCIs performed at our institution between January 2013 and January 2014. All patients received aspirin (250 mg i.v.) and clopidogrel (600 or 300 mg if already on clopidogrel) plus standard heparin. Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa antagonists were administered at physicians’ discretion before thrombus aspiration. Eptifibatide was used as a slandered Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa antagonists as a dose of the 180-μg/kg eptifibatide bolus only. The bolus was administered for 2 minutes via the thrombus aspiration catheter (STEMI cath of min-vasys) just before thrombus aspiration. Twelve-lead ECGs were recorded at baseline and 60 min (45 - 75 min) after completion of PCI. The primary endpoint was the TIMI 3 patency of the infarct-related coronary artery before PCI. Secondary endpoints were TIMI patency following PCI, ST resolution 60 min after PCI, all-cause death, reinfarction, urgent revascularization, stroke (haemorrhagic, non-haemorrhagic), and severe bleeding complications. Results: The angiography was performed in all 25 patients. The incidence of a TIMI flow grade 3 of the infarct-related coronary artery before PCI was 16% while TIMI grade 2 and I was 24% and 36% respectively. The incidence of a TIMI flow grade 0 (no reflow) of the infarct-related coronary artery before PCI was 24%. Visible thrombus in 52% of patients and 40% of patients have more than one critically disease vessel. Primary PCI was performed in 25 patients. Eptifibatide intracoronary was given through thrombus aspiration catheter before thrombus aspiration. Drug eluting stents were implanted in 60% of patients. Only two patients with acute stent thrombosis did not receive any stents at PCI. One patient died 24 h after the procedure due to severe heart failure and cardiogenic shock. No reinfarction was noted within 30 days after the procedure. Generally heart failure improved significantly after the procedure and at the end of 30 day post operative. Only 3 patients had persistent heart failure class III (12%). 84% of patients had TIMI flow III at the end of procedure with over all significant improvement. Significant TIMI flow improvement after procedure was noticed with P value, 001.
The oral novel in history
Assem Eldessouki
Historical Kan Periodical , 2009,
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Separating Models by Formulas and the Number of Countable Models
Mohammad Assem
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: We indicate a way of distinguishing between structures, for which, two structures are said to be separable.Being separable implies being non-isomorphic. We show that for any first order theory $T$ in a countable language, if it has an uncountable set of countable models that are pairwise separable, then actually it has such a set of size $2^{\aleph_0}$. Our result follows trivially assuming the Continuum Hypothesis ($CH$). We work here in $ZFC$ (only without $CH$).
Distinguishing Models by Formulas and the Number of Countable Models
Mohammad Assem
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We indicate a way of distinguishing between structures, for which, we call two structures distinguishable. Roughly, being distinguishable means that they diff?er in the number of realizations each gives for some formula. Being non-distinguishable turns out to be an interesting equivalence relation that is weaker than isomorphism and stronger than elementary equivalence. We show that this equivalence relation is Borel in a Polish space that codes countable structures. It then follows, without assuming the Continuum Hypothesis, that for any fi?rst order theory in a countable language, if it has an uncountable set of countable models that are pairwise distinguishable, then actually it has such a set of continuum size. We show also, as an easy consequence of our results, that Vaught's conjecture holds for the language with only one unary relation symbol.
A Characterization of Modules with Cyclic Socle
Ali Assem
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: In 2009, J. Wood [15] proved that Frobenius bimodules have the extension property for symmetrized weight compositions. Later, in [9], it was proved that having a cyclic socle is sufficient for satisfying the property, while the necessity remained an open question. Here, landing in Midway, the necessity is proved, a module alphabet RA has the extension property for symmetrized weight compositions built on AutR(A) is necessarily having a cyclic socle.
On substitution algebras of permutations
Mohammad Assem
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: The subject of this paper is a simulation to that in [1] but here we consider substitutions corresponding to transpositions instead of replacements.
On Symmetrized Weight Compositions
Ali Assem
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: A characterization of module alphabets with the Hamming weight EP (abbreviation for Extension Property) had been settled. A thoughtfully constructed example by J.A.Wood finished the tour. Frobenius bimodules were proved to satisfy the EP with respect to symmetrized weight compositions. In 4, the embeddability in the character group of the ambient ring R was found sufficient for a module RA to satisfy the EP with respect to swc built on any subgroup of AutR(A), while the necessity remained a question. A least action trial suggests bridging to the already settled case, a trial that turns out to be successful. Here, landing in a Midway, the necessity is proved by jumping to Hamming weight. Corollary 1.11 declares a characterization of module alphabets satisfying the EP with respect to swc

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