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AN ETHNOBOTANICAL STUDY IN BUDGAM DISTRICT OF KASHMIR VALLEY: AN ATTEMPT TO EXPLORE AND DOCUMENT TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE AREA
Ganie Aijaz Hassan,Tali Bilal Ahmad,Rather Aabid Mohi-ud-din
International Research Journal of Pharmacy , 2013,
Abstract: Man has used plants to alleviate suffering and disease since times immemorial. The present study attempts to explore and document the traditional knowledge of medicinal plants used to cure different diseases. Present study revealed that either whole plant or different plant parts are used to treat various diseases. During the present investigation it was also observed that some plant species are used to treat more than one disease; likewise more than one plant species is used to treat a particular disease. These plant species are used to treat 35 types of different diseases. The paper also discusses the ethno medicinal use of 24 plant species, their vernacular name and part/parts used to cure various diseases.
Time-seismicity evolution and seismic risk assessment of the Arabian plate  [PDF]
Ahmad Bilal
Natural Science (NS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2013.59126
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The seismicity of the Arabian plate, which is the aim of this paper, is controlled by the ZagrosTaurus collision zone in the North, the Indian expansion zone and the Arab golf in the South and the East, the Dead Sea Fault, the North continuity of the Red Sea, and the Syrian rift, which links the rigid Arabian plate to the mobile ophiolite belt of Cyprus-Southern Turkey in the West. These major elements with their related fracture system, make the Arabian plate an important seismic centre. To attain our purpose, a variable methodology is used in: measurements of movement rate-displacement in the field, the analysis of historical and recent seismic data, and physical effects on the structures. The movement rate-displacement, calculated in the field by different specialists, varies from 2 to 6 mm/year. This rate increases from 2 - 3 mm/year in the North, to 6 mm in the South. These estimations are confirmed by historical seismic data, the recent seismic recorded by the Arab seismic centers, and physical effects on the building structures in the region. The analysis of historical and recent seismic data recorded in the seismic centre show that the seismicity in this plate, tend to fade out with time. This result is in agreement with recent estimations on the movement rate, and in line with the decrease of major seismic intensity, which has occurred during the last millennium. A conclusion of time-evolution seismicity is traced, and a seismic zoning map, for the Arabian plate, using movement rate, seismic data, and tectono-geodynamic analysis, is proposed.

Arab metallurgy owes much to meteorites iron—A special regard to Damask saber  [PDF]
Ahmad Bilal
Natural Science (NS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2014.62012
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Ancient Arabs have recognized metallic and mineral ores, including their fluid inclusions which were still considered as a new scientific fields in the 70’s last century. They discovered metallic ores (gold, silver, copper), in inhabited areas and in delta and river crosses, using different techniques for exploration and exploitation. Metallic industry flourished during the Islamic period, silver and gold were used as currency for commercial exchanges. Meteorites were also recognized by Ancient Arabs. They collected them in the deserted areas, and used them for arms manufacturing, as sabers and daggers. The more famous of these arms is the Damask saber steel, known reputedly Jaohar. It has an extraordinary mechanical properties, and exceptional sharp cutting edge. The Jaohar blades were forged directly from fall meteorites, at temperature of 80℃, using a sophistical thermomechanical of forging, annealing to refine the steel, and giving it this exceptional quality and superelastic behavior. Meteorites using by Ancient Arabs come back to 400 years ago, as confirmed by a recent research on two meteorites samples, presented in Aleppo museum, found in Ras Shamra, and Umm El Maraa, in Syria.

Numerical Solution of Blasius Equation through Neural Networks Algorithm  [PDF]
Iftikhar Ahmad, Muhammad Bilal
American Journal of Computational Mathematics (AJCM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajcm.2014.43019
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In this paper mathematical techniques have been used for the solution of Blasius differential equation. The method uses optimized artificial neural networks approximation with Sequential Quadratic Programming algorithm and hybrid AST-INP techniques. Numerical treatment of this problem reported in the literature is based on Shooting and Finite Differences Method, while our mathematical approach is very simple. Numerical testing showed that solutions obtained by using the proposed methods are better in accuracy than those reported in literature. Statistical analysis provided the convergence of the proposed model.

UPPER GIT BLEED
AHMAD BILAL
The Professional Medical Journal , 2004,
Abstract: Objectives: To find out the prevalence of peptic ulcer inpatients with upper GIT bleed Design: Cross-sectional study. Setting: Department of Gastroenterologyof Allied Hospital Faisalabad Period: 1 Nov 2001 to 15 ST th Apr 2002. Material & Methods: This studywas conducted on 100 patients with history of hematemesis or melena of either sex and between 13-70years of age, presenting in or referred to gastroenterology unit of Allied Hospital Faisalabad. Results:63 patients were male and 37 were female. Male to female ratio were 2:1 approximately. Out of these100 patients 27 had peptic ulcer with overall incidence of 27% and 49 had bleeding from esophagealvarices i.e. overall incidence of 18%. Conclusions: From this study it was concluded that prevalence ofpeptic ulcer in patients of upper GIT bleed was far less than those found to have esophageal varices.
Appropriating Territories For Imperial Interests
Bilal Ahmad Parray
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: By the middle of the nineteenth century, the British Empire in India was at its pinnacle. Only few portions of the north India,formally constituting the domains of Ranjeet Singh, were yet to be brought under British paramountancy.Very soon these alluring regions acquired a greater importance for being a natural border land, and created necessary pushes and pulls to implant colonial rule there as well. Through a number of travelogues, maintained by the European travellers, who visited these regions in the guise of hypocritical travelers, the secrets associated with these lands were revealed. More essentially the travel accounts developed by victor Jacquemont and Baron Charles Hugel emphasized the need to conquer these vital regions. The present paper traces how these two travel narratives particularly, not just demonstrated,but powerfully asserted thatthe impoverished lands and the decadent subjects of Lahore Darbar need a touch ofmessianic British rule. Besides with the objective of motivating the British intervention, the geo-political, geo-strategic, and military-cum economic potentialities of these regions was stressed in such a way that in subsequent years, all these lands became the focus of imperial business.
A Coons Patch Spanning a Finite Number of Curves Tested for Variationally Minimizing Its Area
Daud Ahmad,Bilal Masud
Abstract and Applied Analysis , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/645368
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DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF THE GIFT OF THE MAGI (Smith’s Discourse Modes)
Hafiz Ahmad Bilal
Academic Research International , 2012,
Abstract: Five Discourse Modes have been identified by Smith (2003), i.e. Narrative, Report, Descriptive, Information and Argument. Smith analyzes the properties that distinguish each mode, focusing ongrammatical rather than lexical information. She has also examined presentational matters: topic and focus; variation in syntactic structure; and subjectivity, or point of view (2003, 1999, 1991).According to him, close linguistic analysis of the text through discourse modes helps understand the text. The short story “The Gift of the Magi” is analyzed applying the five modes of discourse with theobjective if the analysis of the text could lead better understanding of the text. It is also analyzed if all the five modes are present in one type of text i.e. the Narrative here, and if their presence in the text enhances the understanding. The purpose of the analysis is to mark the stylistic effect of the Discourse Modes that may contribute to the better and proper understanding of the text, specificallyfrom a pedagogical point of view.
ANALYSIS OF THANK YOU M’AM: HALLIDAY’S METAFUNCTIONS
Hafiz Ahmad Bilal
Academic Research International , 2012,
Abstract: Three meta-functions of language are identified by M. A. K. Halliday in Systemic Functional Linguistics, i.e. the ideational function, the interpersonal function and the textual function. Each of the three metafunctions is about a different aspect of the world. The ideational metafunction is about the natural world in the broadest sense, including our own consciousness. The interpersonal metafunction is about the social world, especially the relationship between speaker and hearer. The textual metafunction is about the verbal world, especially the flow of information in a text. The short story “Thank You M’am” is stylistically analyzed applying the three Metafunctions of Halliday to find out if this analysis helps in better understanding of the text.
Variational Minimization on String-rearrangement Surfaces, Illustrated by an Analysis of the Bilinear Interpolation
Daud Ahmad,Bilal Masud
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1016/j.amc.2014.01.172
Abstract: In this paper we present an algorithm to reduce the area of a surface spanned by a finite number of boundary curves by initiating a variational improvement in the surface. The ansatz we suggest consists of original surface plus a variational parameter $t$ multiplying the numerator $H_{0}$ of mean curvature function defined over the surface. We point out that the integral of the square of the mean curvature with respect to the surface parameter becomes a polynomial in this variational parameter. Finding a zero, if there is any, of this polynomial would end up at the same (minimal) surface as obtained by minimizing more complicated area functional itself. We have instead minimized this polynomial. Moreover, our minimization is restricted to a search in the class of all surfaces allowed by our ansatz. All in all, we have not yet obtained the exact minimal but we do reduce the area for the same fixed boundary. This reduction is significant for a surface (hemiellipsoid) for which we know the exact minimal surface. But for the bilinear interpolation spanned by four bounding straight lines, which can model the initial and final configurations of re-arranging strings, the decrease remains less than 0.8 percent of the original area. This may suggest that bilinear interpolation is already a near minimal surface.
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