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Penyelesaian Gelombang Bergerak Bagi Persamaan Burgers Tak Homogen
Mohd Nor bin Mohamad
Matematika , 1993,
Abstract: Penyelesaian tepat bagi persamaan Burgers tak homogen diperoleh dengan cara menurunkan persamaan tersebut kepada bentuk bilinear melalui penjelmaan pembolehubah tak bersandar. Penyelesaian yang diperoleh adalah penyelesaian gelombang bergerak dan penyelesaian yang menggambarkan penyatuan dua penyelesaian gelombang bergerak.
Changing in the Aspect of Nature and Name (Istihalah): Its Point of View in the Islamic Law
Abdul Basir Bin Mohamad,Nik Marzuki Bin Sidik,Anwar Fakhri Bin Omar,Mohd Izhar Ariff Bin Mohd Kashim,Amir Husin Mohd Nor
Research Journal of Applied Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/rjasci.2012.113.118
Abstract: Determination of legal rulings in Islam on food that has been modified DNA is very difficult. This is because the Muslim jurists themselves have different opinions in their legal decisions to determine the foods that have been modified DNA by modern processes or well-known as istihalah in Islamic legal system. Therefore, it seems that the Muslim contemporary jurists always do an effort to solve the problem of food based on evidence taken from the Quran and the Traditions of the Prophet. Thus, the objective of this study is to identify the istihalah process that is of a major importance factor in transforming DNA of food, changing the unclean substance to the new products that benefit consumers. In addition, this study also seeks to examine all views of Muslim jurists in determining the legal ruling of istihalah. In addition, the study also provides a mechanism for the determination of the legal ruling in Islamic law, especially in the case of istihalah that produces a good product for publics. This study uses qualitative methods through instruments of data collection and content analysis based on comparative method. The findings of this study indicate that all products will be evaluated based on the final products. If the final product does not have any unclean substance, the law permits to consume it. Otherwise, it is unlawful.
Archimedean Spiral Antenna with Band-Notched Characteristics
Fadalia Dina Dahalan;Sharul Kamal Bin Abd Rahim;Mohamad Rijal Hamid;Muhammad Zairil Bin Muhammad Nor;Mohd Subri Bin Abdul Rani;Peter S. Hall
PIER C , 2013, DOI: 10.2528/PIERC12112012
Abstract: A coplanar waveguide (CPW)-fed Archimedean spiral antenna with band notched characteristics is presented for ultra-wideband (UWB) applications. The proposed antenna consists of a two-arm spiral fed by a CPW line. The novelty of this design is integrating three inverted U-shaped slots within the feeding line of the spiral antenna to introduce frequency band notched characteristics at 5.8 GHz. This antenna covers the frequency range from 3.1 GHz to 10.6 GHz with VSWR less than 2, except at a band rejection frequency of 5.8 GHz. Simulated and measured data are presented to verify the proposed design.
Solitary Wave Solutions: Method of Invariant Painlevé Analysis and Linearised Riccati System of Equations with Variable Coefficients
Jusoh Yacob,Mohd Nor Mohamad
Matematika , 2005,
Abstract: A new method to find solitary wave solutions of the nonlinear evolutions is investigated. The method of invariant Painlevé analysis and linearised Riccati system of equations with variable coefficients, abbreviated as APIRTP is a method based on singular manifold analysis. The expressions of the singular manifold are simplified in the form of Schwarzian derivative S. S is a variable coefficient of the Riccati equations. By using the APIRTP method, the truncated solution expansions and solitary wave solutions of the KdV and HKdV equations are obtained.
Multiple Outliers Detection Procedures in Linear Regression
Robiah Adnan,Mohd Nor Mohamad,Halim Setan
Matematika , 2003,
Abstract: This paper describes a procedure for identifying multiple outliers in linear regression. This procedure uses a robust fit which is the least of trimmed of squares (LTS) and the single linkage clustering method to obtain the potential outliers. Then multiple-case diagnostics are used to obtain the outliers from these potential outliers. The performance of this procedure is also compared to Serbert’s method. Monte Carlo simulations are used in determining which procedure performed best in all of the linear regression scenarios.
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.
The Government Business Support Services in Malaysia: The Evolution and Challenges in the New Economic Model
Mohd Nor Hakimin Bin Yusoff,Mohd Rafi Bin Yaacob
International Journal of Business and Management , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v5n9p60
Abstract: Over the years, the government business support services (GBSS) have worked closely along the government policies and experienced a number of transformations to suit the current needs of the SMEs and business environment. In order to understand the philosophy and the very nature of the GBSS in the present context it is paramount to study the development of the services in the country over time. Hence this paper explores the evolution of the GBSS, starting from prior independence period to the New Economic Policy era and in the contemporary period. The study shows the government business involvement formerly started a few years back before the independence. A humble beginning with the objectives to bring close ties between the rural folks and the government had acted as a stepping stone to the glorious achievement of the GBSS. The quantum leap begun in the NEP era as the current government had recognised the roles of entrepreneurship as a catalyst to the social restructuring process. While understanding the evolution of the GBSS provides a background of the study, it is paramount important to look at the challenges faced by GBSS in current situation. The new economic model which was launched by the Prime Minister recently is aimed at moving the country towards high income economy in ten years times. Coherently, the move is a big challenge to the GBSS as to better equip the Malaysian SMEs with innovation, creativity and value-added activities. An important question is, do they ready for the big game? The present paper is structured according to the following lines. First, a brief reviews the establishment, roles and present functions of the GBSSs’ main players namely Majlis Amanah Rakyat (People Council of Trust), SME Bank, GCG, SME Corporation and National SMEs Development Council. Second, discusses the current issues and challenges that need to be addressed by the GBSS, and lastly discusses and suggests viable strategies should be taken by the GBSS to remain relevant and successfully contribute to the new economic model.
A Comparative Study of Selected Trace Element Content in Malay and Chinese Traditional Herbal Medicine (THM) Using an Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS)
Fairuz Liyana Mohd Rasdi,Nor Kartini Abu Bakar,Sharifah Mohamad
International Journal of Molecular Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/ijms14023078
Abstract: A total of 60 products of traditional herbal medicine (THM) in various dosage forms of herbal preparation were analyzed to determine selected trace elements ( i.e., Zn, Mn, Cu, Cd, and Se) using ICP-MS. Thirty types of both Chinese and Malay THMs were chosen to represent each population. The closed vessel acid microwave digestion method, using CEM MARS 5, was employed for the extraction of the selected trace elements. The digestion method applied was validated by using certified reference material from the Trace Element in Spinach Leaves (SRM1570a). The recoveries of all elements were found to be in the range of 85.3%–98.9%. The results indicated that Zn, Mn, Cu, Cd and Se have their own trends of concentrations in all samples studied. The daily intake concentrations of the elements were in the following order: Mn > Zn > Cu > Se > Cd. Concentrations of all five elements were found to be dominant in Chinese THMs. The essentiality of the selected trace elements was also assessed, based on the recommended daily allowance (RDA), adequate intake (AI) and the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) for trace elements as reference. The concentrations of all elements studied were below the RDA, AI and USP values, which fall within the essential concentration range, except for cadmium.
Approximate Solution of Forced Korteweg-de Vries Equation
Ong Chee Tiong,Mohd Nor Mohamad,Samuel Shen Shanpu
Matematika , 2002,
Abstract: Several findings on forced solitons generated by the forced Kortewegde Vries equation (fKdV) are discussed in this paper. This equation has lost group symmetries due to the forcing term. The traditional group-theoretical approach can no longer generate analytic solution of solitons, because there are no infinitely many conservation laws. Approximate solution and numerical simulation seem to be the only way to solve fKdV equations. In this paper we show how approximate scheme can be used to solve the fKdV equation and generate uniform forced solitons. A detail derivation of the approximate solution was provided and various profiles of fKdV such as the depth of depression zone; hd, amplitude; as, speed; s and the period; Ts of generation of forced uniformsolitons was given.
Syariah REITs Vis-A-Vis Conventional REITs: An Analysis
Nor Edi Azhar binti Mohamad,Noriza Mohd Saad
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The development of Islamic capital market products has been highly innovative in Malaysia as has pioneered various innovative Syariah compliant products over the past few years. Of importance is the introduction of the first Syariah real estate investment trusts (S-REITs). In November 2005, The Malaysian Government through the Securities Commission (SC) of Malaysia has issued the Guidelines for Islamic Real Estate Investment Trusts (S-REITs. Thus it provides new investment opportunity for investors who wish to invest in real estate through Syariah-compliant capital market instruments. Based on this strategic difference, the purpose of this paper is to provide an understanding on the performances of these two natures of REITs in the Malaysian capital market, namely conventional REITs (C-REITs) and Syariah REITs by comparing the risk and return of S-REITs and C-REITs from Malaysia perspective. The secondary data for analysis is retrieved from Bloomberg’s Database of 12 listed REITs in the Bursa Malaysia main board for three year period from 2007 to 2009 with quarterly observation. Sharpe Index, Jensen Index and Treynor Index are used as a proxy to the return of REITs, while beta, standard deviation and coefficient of variation are used as a proxy to represent REITs’s risk. Applying correlations and independent sample t-test, the result has provided evidence on the association between return and risk on REITs.
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