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Linking Political Behavior in Performance Appraisals to Distributive Justice as a Determinant of Job Satisfaction
Azman Ismail,Awangku Mohamad Najib,Mohd Mursyid Arshad
International Business Management , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ibm.2012.109.118
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of political behavior in performance appraisals and distributive justice on job satisfaction using self-report questionnaires gathered from employees at a government linked postal company in East Malaysia, Borneo island. The outcomes of stepwise regression analysis showed two important findings; firstly, relationship between motivational motive and distributive justice significantly correlated with job satisfaction. Secondly, relationship between punishment motive and distributive justice significantly correlated with job satisfaction. Statistically, this result confirms that distributive justice does act as a mediating variable in the relationship between political behavior in performance appraisals and job satisfaction in the studied organization.
An Empirical Study of the Relationship Between Assignment Practices in Training Programs and Training Motivation
Nurhana M. Rafiuddin,Azman Ismail,Muhammad Zulfadhlizam Ghazali,Yusof Ismail,Mohd Hasbullah B. Mohamad Faudzi,Mohd Mursyid Arshad
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2012.575.581
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to measure the relationship between training assignment and training motivation using self-report questionnaires collected from cadet officers in a military training academy, Malaysia. The outcomes of testing hypothesis using a stepwise regression analysis showed two important findings; firstly, mandatory assignment is significantly correlated with training motivation. Secondly, voluntary assignment is also significantly correlated with training motivation. This result demonstrates that training assignment practices act as important predictors of training motivation in the studied organization. In addition, this study elaborates discussion, implications and conclusion.
BIOMECHANICALANALYSIS OF SIDE-ARM AND OVER-HEAD THROWING IN CRICKET
IKRAM HUSSAIN,MOHD. ARSHAD BARI
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze the kinematic variables of different throwing techniques in cricket (ball velocity, accuracy, and segmental linear and angular variables). For the purpose of the study ten male intervarsity cricket players were selected as the subjects. Thrower performed side-arm and over-head throwing techniques with 1120 approach angle at 450 throwing angle of 10m distance. The mean age, height and body weight of the subjects were reported as 20.60 ± 2.91 years, 170.80 ± 4.02 cm and 60.80 ± 5.14 kg respectively. Canon Legria HF S10 Camcorder operating at 120 Hz used to record the movement. The identified clips were analyzed with the help of Silicon Coach Pro7 motion analysis software. The result of study revealed that there is significant difference existed between different throwing kinematics
Kinematic And Anthropometrical Analysis Of Cricket Throws Performed By Different Functional Classes.
Ikram Hussain,Mohd. Arshad Bari
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to support literature representing the importance of lower body technique in the over-arm throw through the comparison of skilled and unskilled cricket players. Ball velocity, stride length (in metres and as a percentage of performer's body height), trunk forward tilt and the change in knee angle from front foot contact to ball release were compared between performers to check for variations in technique. The Twenty participant (10 skilled and10 un skilled) performers performed 20 successful throws at maximum velocity at a target area at stump from 20 m distance. Cricket players were filmed and digitized and data was entered into SPSS where independent t-tests was run to check for significant differences (p < .05) in the parameters between the cricket ball throwers. Results showed significant differences in stride length (m), knee flexion, trunk flexion, ball velocity, and stride length (% body height).Findings suggest that lower body technique in the throw is of high importance and more time should be devoted to it during the coaching of the throw.
BIOMECHANICAL EVALUATION OF ANKLE FORCE DURING INSTEP KICKING
Mohd. Arshad Bari,Ikram Hussain
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: One subject which is a male North-Zone inter-varsity soccer player from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (U.P) India had been selected as a subject for the study. Subject has to take first step run with the approach angle at 1800 instep kick which used inner body energy. Subject demands to repeat this method for 10 times to get the average data select 6 best instep kick. The variable analyzed was the velocity, acceleration, force and the angle of the ankle that significant or not significant to the force model when instep kick being made. Biomechanical analysis will be done be the application of Silicon Pro-7 Coach and Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS-18) for the statistical analysis. The subject's Kicking movement were recorded using Canon Legria SF-10, 8.1 Mp video camera in a field setting operating at a nominal frame rate of 50 Hz and with a shutter speed of 1/2000 s and at 60fps camera in a field setting. The camera was set-up on a rigid tripod and secured to the floor in the location.
Kinematic And Anthropometrical Analysis Of Cricket Throws Performed By Different Functional Classes.
Ikram Hussain,Mohd. Arshad Bari
Review of Research , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to support literature representing the importance of lower body technique in the over-arm throw through the comparison of skilled and un-skilled cricket players. Ball velocity, stride length (in metres and as a percentage of performer's body height), trunk forward tilt and the change in knee angle from front foot contact to ball release were compared between performers to check for variations in technique. The Twenty participant (10 skilled and10 un skilled) performers performed 20 successful throws at maximum velocity at a target area at stump from 20 m distance. Cricket players were filmed and digitized and data was entered into SPSS where independent t-tests was run to check for significant differences (p < .05) in the parameters between the cricket ball throwers.
Robotics Vision-based Heuristic Reasoning for Underwater Target Tracking and Navigation
Chua Kia,Mohd Rizal Arshad
International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems , 2008,
Abstract: This paper presents a robotics vision-based heuristic reasoning system for underwater target tracking and navigation. This system is introduced to improve the level of automation of underwater Remote Operated Vehicles (ROVs) operations. A prototype which combines computer vision with an underwater robotics system is successfully designed and developed to perform target tracking and intelligent navigation. This study focuses on developing image processing algorithms and fuzzy inference system for the analysis of the terrain. The vision system developed is capable of interpreting underwater scene by extracting subjective uncertainties of the object of interest. Subjective uncertainties are further processed as multiple inputs of a fuzzy inference system that is capable of making crisp decisions concerning where to navigate. The important part of the image analysis is morphological filtering. The applications focus on binary images with the extension of gray-level concepts. An open-loop fuzzy control system is developed for classifying the traverse of terrain. The great achievement is the system's capability to recognize and perform target tracking of the object of interest (pipeline) in perspective view based on perceived condition. The effectiveness of this approach is demonstrated by computer and prototype simulations. This work is originated from the desire to develop robotics vision system with the ability to mimic the human expert's judgement and reasoning when maneuvering ROV in the traverse of the underwater terrain.
Kinematical Analysis of Under-Arm Throwing Techniques in Cricket at 450 Throwing Angle with 1120 and 450 Approach of 10 Meter Distance
MOHD ARSHAD BARI,IKRAM HUSSAIN
European Academic Research , 2013,
Abstract: For the purpose of the study ten male intervarsity cricket players were selected as the subjects. The purpose of this study is to analyze the kinematic variables of underarm throwing technique in cricket (ball velocity, accuracy, and segmental angular variables). Thrower performed under-arm throwing technique with 1120 and 450 approach angle at 450 throwing angle of 10m distance. The mean age, height and body weight of the subjects were reported as 20.60 ± 2.91 years, 170.80 ± 4.02 cm and 60.80 ± 5.14 kg respectively. Canon Legria SF-10 Camcorders were used to record throwing movement, functioning at 120 Hz. The Silicon Coach Pro7 motion analysis software was used to analyze the identified clips. The result of study revealed that there is insignificant difference between ball velocity and accuracy.
Robotics Vision-based Heuristic Reasoning for Underwater Target Tracking and Navigation
Chua Kia,Mohd Rizal Arshad
Computer Science , 2006,
Abstract: This paper presents a robotics vision-based heuristic reasoning system for underwater target tracking and navigation. This system is introduced to improve the level of automation of underwater Remote Operated Vehicles (ROVs) operations. A prototype which combines computer vision with an underwater robotics system is successfully designed and developed to perform target tracking and intelligent navigation. ...
Multidimensional Business to Business E-Commerce Maturity Application: Assessment on Its Practicality  [PDF]
Norjansalika Janom, Mohd Shanudin Zakaria, Noor Habibah Arshad, Siti Salwa Salleh, Syaripah Ruzaini Syed Aris
iBusiness (IB) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2014.62009
Abstract:

In most countries, Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs) are known as main players in generating domestic-led investment and stimulate economic expansion. They are vital for economic growth and innovation, poverty reduction, local employment and development, and social cohesion. However, in the current digitally-connected trading economy, SMEs have face many new challenges that change the way SMEs business-to-business (B2B) trading operates. Among these challenges ARE the level of B2B e-commerce implementation and utilization that able to facilitate B2B trading process. However, the implementation of B2B e-commerce is being categorized as a system with high degree of difficulty since it involves complexity of the multiple relationships and interactions between trading partners. The interactions are not just complicated by their volume and variation in processes, but also by the complexity inherent in the dependencies exist between different trading parties. Based on this, for SMEs to partake in the B2B e-commerce activities, they need to have attained some reasonable level of maturity or readiness measurement in order to participate in B2B e-commerce initiatives. To overcome this, the robust multidimensional B2B e-commerce maturity application to assess the e-readiness level is needed. This paper describes the development of B2B e-Commerce Maturity Application (BeMA) which involves

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