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Historical Developments of Financial Rights after Divorce in the Malaysian Islamic Family Law
Muslihah Hasbullah @ Abdullah,Najibah Mohd Zin
Asian Culture and History , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ach.v1n2p148
Abstract: Islamic family law plays a significant role in minimizing the unpleasant effects of the family break up faced by the divorced women and their children by protecting their rights to financial support after divorce. This study undertakes to discuss the historical development of the financial rights after divorce applicable among the Muslims in the pre and post colonial periods, particularly with reference to the iddah maintenance, mut’ah, arrears of maintenance, and child maintenance. The study indicates that despite the provisions were inconformity with the Islamic principles, the applications were restricted and influenced by the Shafi’i madhhab. However, the amount of iddah maintenance and mut’ah were substantial taking into account the standard of living of the Malay society in the 15th and 16th century. This means that the welfare of the divorced women was taken care of since the codification of the Islamic law and its implementation in the Malay society.
Comparing the Accuracy of Network Utilization Performance between Real Network and Simulation Model for Local Area Network (LAN)  [PDF]
Mohd Nazri ISMAIL, Abdullah Mohd ZIN
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2008, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2008.14042
Abstract: This article presents a novel approach for the measurement and estimation of network traffic utilization between network nodes in heterogeneous environment. This research investigates performance evaluation of network interface on heterogeneous services and technologies environment. This study proposes an enhanced equation to evaluate the performance of network interface via Little Law and Queuing theories to improve the evaluation algorithm. To get accuracy results on the performance of simulation model, it measures (verify and validate) data from Local Area Network (real network environment). This project uses network management tool to capture those data and Fluke Optiview device to generate traffic. As a result, this simulation model can provide a good approximation of the real traffic observed in the real network environment. Through laboratory and field experiments, the result shows that the model via simulation is capable of approximating the performance of network utilization and traffic over heterogeneous services and techniques within a minimum error range.
Block-Based Approach for End-User Software Development
Abdullah Mohd Zin
Asian Journal of Information Technology , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ajit.2011.249.258
Abstract: End-user programming refers to programming activities carried out by end users. These end-users can include teachers, accountants, scientists, engineers, parents and all other people who are not trained as programmers. End-user programming is now getting more popular. It was projected that the number of end-user programmers in the US is about 55 million compared to 2.75 million professional programmers. In order to support end-user programming, a number of programming systems have been developed which can be divided into the following categories: Application-specific languages, programming by example, visual programming and natural programming. This study discusses the concept of a new programming system to support end-user programming called the block-based programming system. In this programming environment, end-users can develop applications by integrated programming blocks that have been developed by block developers.
Development of Simulation Model in Heterogeneous Network Environment: Comparing the Accuracy of Simulation Model for Data Transfers Measurement over Wide Area Network
Mohd Nazri Ismail,Abdullah Mohd Zin
Information Technology Journal , 2008,
Abstract: This study presents a novel approach for the measurement of one-way delays and throughput between network nodes in heterogeneous environment over Wide Area Network (WAN). This study investigates performance evaluation of remote data transfers on heterogeneous services and technologies environment. This study proposes an enhanced equation to evaluate the performance of network traffic management via Little Law and Queuing theory to improve the evaluation algorithm. To get accuracy results on the performance of simulation model, it measures (verify and validate) data from real experiment. This project uses network management tool to capture those data and Ping Plotter application (network analyzer) to generate traffic. As a result, this simulation model can provide a good approximation of the real traffic (one-way delays and throughput) observed in the real network environment (WAN).
Network Traffic and Utilization: Reliability of Network Analyzer Development with Independent Data, OPNET Simulation Tool and Real Network
Mohd Nazri Ismail,Abdullah Mohd Zin
Annals. Computer Science Series , 2010,
Abstract: This paper presents a complete network analyzer development for heterogeneous services in campus environment. The purpose of this study is to define the accuracy of network analyzer development with independent data, real network and OPNET simulation tool. This network analyzer software will test on traffic and utilization generated by the several services. The reliability of this network analyzer will test with web service, email service, video conference service, VoIP service, and voice conference service. The results show that network analyzer software has accuracy and same trend with independent data, real network and OPNET simulation tool. Finally, this software is able to measure the network resources during preparation, proposal and planning phases.
Impact of bandwidth for various services in heterogeneous network and quality of service via communication technologies in Malaysian higher educational
Mohd Nazri ISMAIL,Abdullah Mohd ZIN
Annals of Dunarea de Jos , 2007,
Abstract: This study focuses on heterogeneous services and communication technologies for retrieving and sending information between students and lecturers in Malaysian higher educational institutes. It intends to investigate pattern and significant level of various services implementation, convergence of communication technologies and bandwidth capacity for last mile users (students and lecturers). It is designed to determine which communication technologies, services, bandwidth capacity and QoS will achieve the highest level acceptance in Malaysian higher educational institutes. Heterogeneous environment can also generate mobility approaches. A survey method is used to collect data from respondents (System Network Administrator) in Malaysian higher educational institutes. Statistical Analysis using t-test shows that implementation of high speed bandwidth for Internet (WAN) achieved significant level. Frequency test are used to analyze the various services implementation via convergence of communication technologies in heterogeneous environment for retrieving information. The most apparent finding of this study is that various services implementation in higher educational institutes can affect convergence of communication technologies usage in accessing information over heterogeneous network environment between students and lecturers. The study or analysis confirms that Malaysia higher educational institutes have not achieved a maximum level of various services implementation via convergence of communication technologies between students and lecturers in heterogeneous network environment. Therefore, low convergence of communication technologies can produce a low mobility and ubiquitous interaction between students and lectures in Malaysian higher educational institutes.
Blocks Identification and Implementation for E-commerce Development Tool
Rokiah Bahari,Abdullah Mohd Zin,Suffian Idris
Asian Journal of Information Technology , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ajit.2011.327.334
Abstract: E-commerce is a process of buying, selling, transferring or exchanging products or services using computer network. Small businesses are now encouraged to explore the use of e-commerce in order to expand their market. However, studies shows that the use of e-commerce among small businesses is still in the early stage. The main barrier to the e-commerce adoption amongst these businesses is the complexity and cost of e-commerce development. In order to solve the problem, there is a need to develop a software tool that can help small businesses to develop their own e-commerce application. This study describes the concept of a block-based e-commerce development tool. By using this approach, an end-user can develop an application by integrating available software blocks. In order for these software tool to be utilized, sufficient number of software blocks need to be identified and developed. The block identification process is done by using the use case analysis technique. From the result of the analysis, 16 software blocks needed for the development of e-commerce applications have been identified. These blocks are then implemented by using the Java programming language.
Design and Implementation of Blocks-Based Educational Courseware for Children with Learning Disabilities
Afiza Ismail,Nazlia Omar,Abdullah Mohd Zin
Asian Journal of Information Technology , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ajit.2012.14.21
Abstract: Customized education is now being seriously considered for children with learning disability such as autism who have serious impairments with social, emotional and communication skills. One of the approaches for providing this type of education is by using highly personalized educational courseware. The aim of this study is to describe the design and implementation of blocks for developing educational courseware for autistic children with learning disability. The availability of these blocks enables end-users (such as parents or teachers) to build personalized educational courseware within the block-based software development environment. The process of designing and implementing programming blocks involves four main activities: blocks identification process, blocks design, blocks implementation and evaluation. In order to prepare the autistic child to learn to read, four blocks that are required in the pre-reading stage: apart from these three blocks, there are three types of blocks that need to be provided so that application programs can be properly developed. The suitability of the blocks have been shown by using simple case studies.
Evaluating Ligand-Receptor Networks of TGF- with Membrane Computing
Ravie Chandren Muniyandi,Abdullah Mohd Zin
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Ligand-Receptor Networks of TGF- plays essential role in transmitting a wide range of extracellular signals that affect many cellular processes such as cell growth. However, the modeling of these networks with conventional approach such as ordinary differential equations has not taken into account, the spatial structure and stochastic behavior of processes involve in these networks. Membrane computing as the alternatives approach provides spatial structure for molecular computation in which processes are evaluated in a non-deterministic and maximally parallel way. This study is carried out to evaluate the membrane computing model of Ligand-Receptor Networks of TGF- with model checking approach. The results show that membrane computing model has sustained the behaviors and properties of Ligand-Receptor Networks of TGF-. This reinforce that membrane computing is capable in analyzing processes and behaviors in hierarchical structure of cell such as Ligand-Receptor Networks of TGF- better than the deterministic approach of conventional mathematical models.
REQUIREMENT ELICITATION: IDENTIFYING THE COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES BETWEEN DEVELOPER AND CUSTOMER
Noraini Che Pa,Abdullah Mohd Zin
International Journal of New Computer Architectures and their Applications , 2011,
Abstract: Eliciting requirements for a system is an important activity in requirement engineering. This process occur at the early stages in system development which involves communication between customers and developers. Researchers have identified that poor communication is one of the most common problem in identifying and defining customera€ s requirements. This problem will contribute to bad result e.g. poor system, failure of the system and budget overruns. The communication is challenging and difficult as this process also includes cognitive aspect, personalities, techniques and tools. A study was carried out to explore the communication challenges that are faced by developers and customers during software requirement elicitation in Malaysia. The results of this study had shown that there are some important communication challenges during software requirements elicitation process in Malaysia. In addition, most of the practitioners were pursuing the practices that have been traditionally used by the organizations. Consequently, the results of this study have given us a good incentive to expand our research in the area of software requirements elicitation.
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