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Solution of nonlinear space time fractional differential equations via the fractional projective Riccati expansion method
Emad A-B. Abdel-Salam,Eltayeb A. Yousif,Gmal F. Hassan
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: In this paper, the fractional projective Riccati expansion method is proposed to solve fractional differential equations. To illustrate the effectiveness of the method, we discuss the space-time fractional Burgers equation, the space-time fractional mKdV equation and time fractional biological population model. The solutions are expressed in terms of fractional hyperbolic functions. These solutions are useful to understand the mechanisms of the complicated nonlinear physical phenomena and fractional differential equations. Among these solutions, some are found for the first time. The fractal index for the obtained results is equal to one. Counter examples to compute the fractal index are introduced in appendix.
Chemical, Nutritional, Rheological, and Organoleptical Characterizations of Stirred Pumpkin-Yoghurt  [PDF]
Hassan Barakat, Mohamed F. Y. Hassan
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2017.87053
Abstract: Pumpkin contains considerable amounts of bioactive compounds which hardly valorized in dairy products. This study aims to investigate the chemical, nutritional, rheological, and organoleptical properties of prepared stirred pumpkin-yoghurt. Stirred yoghurt with three different pumpkin varieties pulp [American (AP), Domestic (DP), and Indian (IP) pumpkin] at 15% was prepared and stored at 5°C ± 1°C up to 14 d. The chemical properties of yoghurts include protein, fat, crude fiber, and available carbohydrates were significantly affected by adding pumpkin without remarkable change in caloric value. Addition of pumpkin pulps decreased the pH and increased the acidity of stirred pumpkin-yoghurt significantly (P < 0.05). WHC of pumpkin-yoghurts was found to be statistically improved compared to control yoghurt (CY). L*, a*, b* means were differed significantly by adding pumpkin to yoghurt. Apparent viscosity was increased after manufacturing up to 14 d. Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) were counted from 8.59 to 8.73 CFU mL-1 in all stirred yoghurts after 1 d. After that, it was increased without notable effect of adding pumpkin pulps, and with slight simulation in LAB, growth was noticed in DP and IP yoghurts. Total phenolic compounds (TPC), total flavonoid (TF), total flavonols (TFL), carotenoids contents, and antioxidant capacity of pumpkin-yoghurts were significantly increased. Fortifying yoghurt with pumpkin pulp was associated with a statistically significant effect on sensory parameters such as flavor, color, and overall acceptability. Scores of AP yoghurt showed the highest score which significantly differed from CY. It is obviously showed that panelists were favored the prepared stirred pumpkin-yoghurt. Thus, it is recommended that adding pumpkin pulps increases yoghurt health benefits and could be scaled up further.
Effect of Carrot and Pumpkin Pulps Adding on Chemical, Rheological, Nutritional and Organoleptic Properties of Ice Cream  [PDF]
Mohamed F. Y. Hassan, Hassan Barakat
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2018.98071
Abstract: Ice cream manufactured using a substantial amount of pumpkin pulp (PP) and carrot pulp (CP) has a high organoleptic acceptability. PP and CP were added to typical control ice cream (TC) up to 20%. Through adding PP and CP, natural flavor, unique color, and health-promoting constituents were presented. The resultant ice cream was subjected to chemical, rheological, nutritional, and organoleptic properties investigation. Results revealed that dry matter especially SNF in both PPand CP-ice creams were increased significantly. Accordingly, ash, fiber, and available carbohydrates contents were significantly increased whereas opposite result was recorded for crude protein as a result of PP and CP substitution. The ice cream containing high PP and CP contents had higher melting resistance and lower overrun %. Health beneficial phytochemicals such as carotenoids, flavonoids (TF), flavonols (TFL), and vit. C were commonly detected in PP and CP-ice creams, reflecting the attributes of PP and CP ingredients. PP and CP-ice cream had the valuable content of TPC, vit. C and antioxidant capacity. However, only ice cream made with 15% of PP and CP was highly accepted than others. Therefore, it is possible to use a substantial amount from PP and CP to produce ice cream up to 15% with retained much of natural color, unique vit. C, TPC, carotenoids, TF, TFL contents as well as valuable antioxidant capacity. Health beneficial compounds and organoleptic attributes of prepared ice cream formulas were encouragingly the commercial possibility of using PP and CP for scaling up further.
Optimization of Leaky Feeder Slot Spacing for Better Beam Forming in Mines and Tunnels  [PDF]
Noha Hassan, Wisam F. Farjow, Xavier Fernando
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2016.94007
Abstract: The radiating cable (or leaky feeder) is the leading solution for distributed broadband wireless access in underground mines and tunnels. The traditional radiating cable has equally spaced slots along its axis radiating evenly. However, with the new requirement for tracking and localization of miners, this paper shows how to modify the leaky feeder to function as a beam forming antenna array by appropriately optimizing the slot spacing. Optimizing the leaky feeder slot distances using Genetic algorithm has a good impact on the channel parameters, making it an excellent choice for leaky feeder antennas. Linear, as well as bent practical leaky feeder shapes, were considered, and we tested five different optimization algorithms and compared side lobe energies, varying the slot distance which had an impact on side lobe level. Also, we derived the expression for the BER, spectral efficiency and throughput considering a time-varying wireless channel. We observed that as the radius of curvature of the feeder increased (approaching a straight line), the spectral efficiency decreased as expected. Interestingly different optimization algorithms perform differently at different carrier frequencies. An optimization method should be chosen according to the required goal to be achieved (maintaining uniform equal power along the cable, or a more directed beam, or using a certain frequency of operation).
Fixed Point Theorems of Hegedus Contraction Mapping in Some Types of Distance Spaces  [PDF]
M. A. Ahmed, F. M. Zeyada, G. F. Hassan
International Journal of Modern Nonlinear Theory and Application (IJMNTA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijmnta.2012.13013
Abstract: In the present paper, we prove some fixed point theorems of Hegedus contraction in some types of distance spaces, dislocated metric space, left dislocated metric space, right dislocated metric space and dislocated quasi-metric metric space which are generalized metrics spaces where self-distances are not necessarily zero.
On Dislocated Metric Topology  [PDF]
Mohamed A. Ahmed, F. M. Zeyada, G. F. Hassan
International Journal of Modern Nonlinear Theory and Application (IJMNTA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ijmnta.2013.24032
Abstract:

In this paper, we give a comment on the dislocated-neighbourhood systems due to Hitzler and Seda [1]. Also, we recover the open sets of the dislocated topology.

Rough Set adaptive in the Model Based of Cellular Automata and Multi-Agents
Yasser F. Hassan
Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: The need for intelligent systems has grown in the past decade because of the increasing demand on humans and machines for better performance. The researchers of AI have responded to these needs with the development of intelligent hybrid systems. This paper describes the modeling language for interacting hybrid systems in which we will build a new hybrid model of cellular automata, multiagent technology and rough set theory. Therefore, in our approach, cellular automata form a useful framework for the muliagent simulation model response it in simulated cars in traffic system which lies in adapting the local behavior of individual agent using rough sets to provide an appropriate system-level behavior in grid of interacting organisms. The modeled development process in this paper involves simulated processes of evolution, learning and self-organization. The main value of the model is that it provides an illustration of how simple learning processes may lead to the formation of the state machine behavior, which can give an emergent to the model.
Aspects of SOA: An Entry Point for Starters
Qusay F. Hassan
Annals. Computer Science Series , 2009,
Abstract: Because Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is one of the hottest topics that is currently gaining momentum, and the number of its adopters (both business and IT executives) is increasing in a tremendous manner, it is really a must to enlist important aspects related to it in order to allow these adopters to better understand the role that it can play in both software and business markets. These aspects varies from the definition of SOA and key components of it, different forms of support given by elite software vendors to it, its evolution history, the relationship between it and web services, the future expectations about its uses and benefits in different organizations, the relationship between SOA and Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), and various applications that can use it to overcome limitations related to other traditional methods. Moreover, challenges that face SOA in software market should be addressed and discussed in order to be able to see the big picture and to look for better solutions for them.
T-Duality and Non-Local Supersymmetries
S. F. Hassan
Physics , 1995, DOI: 10.1016/0550-3213(95)00640-0
Abstract: We study the non-localization of extended worldsheet supersymmetry under T-duality, when the associated complex structure depends on the coordinate with respect to which duality is performed. First, the canonical transformation which implements T-duality is generalized to the supersymmetric non-linear $\sigma$-models. Then, we obtain the non-local object which replaces the complex structure in the dual theory and write down the condition it should satisfy so that the dual action is invariant under the non-local supersymmetry. For the target space, this implies that the supersymmetry transformation parameter is a non-local spinor. The analogue of the Killing equation for this non-local spinor is obtained. It is argued that in the target space, the supersymmetry is no longer realized in the standard way. The string theoretic origin of this phenomenon is briefly discussed.
T-Duality and Non-Local Realizations of Supersymmetry in String Theory
S. F. Hassan
Physics , 1995,
Abstract: We study non-local realizations of extended worldsheet supersymmetries and the associated space-time supersymmetries which arise under a T-duality transformation. These non-local effects appear when the supersymmetries do not commute with the isometry with respect to which T-duality is performed.
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