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Cross Boundary Marriage under Malaysian Family Law: Between a Dream of Life and Reality of Legal Requirements
Anis Shuhaiza Bt Md Salleh,NoorAza Bt Ahmad
Journal of Politics and Law , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/jpl.v3n2p148
Abstract: The cross boundary marriage is not a new phenomenon particularly marriages involving Malaysians and Indonesians. It is not to question on happiness, love and affection but most importantly to highlight the reality when disputes arise. In this paper we will be highlighting the surrounding issues not only on the legality of the marriage itself but also on the issue of jurisdiction of the court and the rights of Malaysian wife in custody and maintenance. The discussion will be focusing on the provisions contained in the main statutes governing marriage and divorce matters in Malaysia, i.e. the Islamic Family Law (Federal Territories) Act 1984 (Act 303) and the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976 (Act 164). At the end, authors will post suggestions for betterment and benefits of parties who might be thinking to have a cross boundary marriage.
Solid polymeric electrolyte of poly(ethylene)oxide-50% epoxidized natural rubber-lithium triflate (PEO-ENR50-LiCF3SO3)  [PDF]
Siti Aminah bt. Mohd Noor, Azizan Ahmad, Mohd. Yusri bin Abd. Rahman, Ibrahim Abu Talib
Natural Science (NS) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2010.23029
Abstract: A solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) films consist-ing of polyethylene oxide (PEO), 50% epoxi-dized natural rubber (ENR50) and LiCF3SO3 with various compositions of PEO-ENR50 and vari-ous weight percentage of LiCF3SO3 were pre-pared by solution casting technique. The poly-mer electrolyte films were characterized using DSC, XRD and AC impedance spectroscopy. The SPE with the PEO-ENR50 composition of 70-30 shows the highest conductivity of 4.2 × 10-5 Scm-1 at the 15 wt.% of LiCF3SO3 compared with the other composition of PEO/ENR50. This composition was then chosen to investigate the effect of LiCF3SO3 on the thermal property, structure and conductivity of the electrolyte. The highest room temperature conductivity of 1.4 × 10-4 Scm-1 was achieved at 20 wt.% of LiCF3SO3. The conductivity result is supported by the DSC and XRD analysis which showed the semi- crystalline nature of PEO turning to amor-phous state due to the increase in LiCF3SO3 content.
Human Capital and Labor Productivity in Food Industries of Iran
Ahmad Afrooz,Khalid B Abdul Rahim,Zaleha Bt Mohd Noor,Lee Chin
International Journal of Economics and Finance , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ijef.v2n4p47
Abstract: Industries of Iran this paper examines the role of human capital on labour productivity in food industries of Iran over the 1995-2006 period. The study used the ratio of educated workers to total workers and the ratio of skilled workers to total workers as a proxy for human capital and applied the Cobb–Douglas production function of industry. The results showed that educated workers and skilled workers have a significant effect on labour productivity. The measurements of these effects were 0.14 and 0.42 for educated and skilled workers respectively. It can be concluded that education, skills and capital per worker (k=K/L) have a positive and significant effect on labour productivity in food industries of Iran.
ALAP: Alarm Prioritization System For Oil Refinery
Oi Mean Foong,Suziah Bt Sulaiman,Dayang Rohaya Bt Awang Rambli,Noor Syazwani Bt Abdullah
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2009,
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Optimized Real Time Vertex Based Deformation Using Octree and Two Neighborhood Method
Irshad Ahmad,Suziah Bt. Sulaiman,Dayang Rohaya Bt Awang Rambli
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology , 2013,
Abstract: Soft tissue simulation is very important in medical simulation and learning procedures. But such simulations require intensive computation. With the force feedback devices, the computation required should be much faster as touch sensation is approximately 20 times faster than that of visual. Efficient collision detection techniques are required to quickly locate the touched node of the model and a few triangles of the model need to be rendered in the haptic loop to get further optimization while achieving the same haptic sensation. In this study an octree space partitioning method is used for collision detection to find the touched node quickly and two circular rings of neighbors of the touched node are rendered in the haptic loop for further optimization. This technique is implemented in our previously developed real time vertex based deformation. The results are compared with the previous method which shows better performance.
Distributed Java Mobile Information System
Ahmad Shukri Mohd Noor
Communications of the IBIMA , 2009,
Abstract: Technology is now everywhere; integrated into our everyday objects and activities. Mobile computers and devices are now widely affordable and powerful enough. Because of that, developments of mobile applications become a phenomenon today. Mobile applications could be used both to connect people with each other, and to link them with crucial data from almost anywhere in mobile manner. Since mobile devices come in a variety of purposes and properties and in different communication mechanisms, a portable software platform and a flexible and extensible networking supports need to be considered. Java, specifically Java Micro Edition (JME), is particularly an attractive development environment that suits the purpose. This paper discusses a research project of a Java-based smart mobile application. The application, a client/server based application, is designed using JME. It allows the built application to be deployed on any client devices and access to a large variety of network services on the server side. The open source database.
The Relationship Between Work Family Interface with Job Satisfaction among Employees in Government Organization in Iran
Mohammad H. Nekouei,Mumtazah Bt. Othman,Aminah Bt. Ahmad,Jariah Bt. Masud
International Business Management , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ibm.2012.458.470
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to determine the influence of work family interface on job satisfaction among employees in governmental organizations in Iran as well as factors that contribute toward their level of job satisfaction. The study was conducted among workers in government sector in Iran. Samples consisted of 485 respondents selected through stratified random sampling. Data collection was conducted based on self-administered questionnaires. The questionnaire used consisted of a number of dimensions: personal characteristics; work family interface and job satisfaction. The Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) was conducted to determine relationship between variables in the model (work family interface and job satisfaction).
Disadvantage Pressure Changes on the Decline of Water Quality in Water Distribution Systems  [PDF]
Hossein Shamsaei, Othman Jaafar, Noor Ezlin Ahmad Basri
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.51015
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Systems that have big transmission line may have problem on changes of pressure in the distribution system. Because pressure rate changes have been too much between water treatment plant and dead ends in distribution system. This study is to analyze the effects pressure changes on the water quality in water distribution systems. It is located in south west of Ahwaz in IRAN. Ahwaz has five water treatment plants. In Ahwaz, two methods will be utilized. In the first method, samples will be taken from different locations in other to examine the quality of water in the distribution systems and the other method involves the use of simulation of models EPANET. Based on the EPANET model analysis of the water distribution system of Ahwaz as shown in result above the systems has large transmission line and exten- sive networks. So, the distance travelled and residence times have been causing to increase bacterial growth (HPC), chlorine consumption and hydraulic change (pressure) in water distribution system in Ahwaz. Pressure has a reversed relationship with bacterial growth (HPC) and Pressure has a direct relationship with residual chlorine. Pressure change has been causing to increase chlorine consumption more. So, Kw hasn’t any relationship with pressure and bacterial growth (HPC). The result of pressure changes among others can decrease in chlorine content and hydraulic factors, because the systems may be extensive and thus possess complex networks and hangs in quantity cause pressure of flow. Hence hydraulic changes (pressure) could affect of water quality in the water distribution system.

Effects Residence Time to Water Quality in Large Water Distribution Systems  [PDF]
Hossein Shamsaei, Othman Jaafar, Noor Ezlin Ahmad Basri
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.54054
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Systems that have big transmission line may have problem on changes of pressure in the distribution system. Because the increase in water age is dependent on the difference between the production and consumption rates, high residence time in pipes and storage duration in water tanks. The goal of this study is to analyze the effects residence time to water quality in large water distribution systems. According to the results in Ahwaz, bacterial growth (HPC) has a direct relationship with water age, and changing rate of the bacterial growth (HPC) and the distance travelled and residence time have been caused to increase water age, bacterial growth (HPC), chlorine consumption and hydraulic change. So bacterial growth (HPC) doesn’t have any relationship with THMs and Tol Coli form, but has a reversed relationship with residual chlorine nearly.

Decentralization and Participatory Rural Development: A Literature Review
Muhammad Shakil Ahmad,Noraini Bt. Abu Talib
Contemporary Economics , 2011, DOI: 10.5709/ce.1897-9254.28
Abstract: Most of the developing nations are still struggling for efficient use of their resources. In order to overcome physical and administrative constraints of the development, it is necessary to transfer the power from the central government to local authorities. Distribution of power from improves the management of resources and community participation which is considered key to sustainable development. Advocates of decentralization argue that decentralized government is source to improve community participation in rural development. Decentralized government is considered more responsive towards local needs and development of poor peoples. There are many obstacles to expand the citizen participation in rural areas. There are many approaches for participatory development but all have to face the same challenges. Current paper highlights the literature about Decentralization and participatory rural development. Concept and modalities of Decentralization, dimensions of participation, types of rural participation and obstacles to participation are also the part of this paper.
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