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1. Title:  Implementation of Mobile Agent in African
  Author:  Yassin Abdulkarim Hamdalla,Osama Ali Abdelgadir      Co-Author:  Makkawi Abdelsalam Mohamedkheir,Mohammed Altayeb Ahmed
  Description:  Mobile agents are agents that can physically travel across a network, and perform tasks on machines that provide agent hosting capability. This allows processes to migrate from computer to computer, for processes to split into multiple instances that execute on different machines, and to return to their point of origin. In this project, we propose to implement a mobile agent in networks based on load balance to reducing force in network traffic and overcoming network latency and their ability to operate asynchronously and independently of the process that created them, mobile agent has been an effective choice for parallel and distributed computing, by using a dynamic load-balancing technique. The method used in this research project is MATLAB Simulation method to design and describe the dynamic load balancing for building the network reservation using mobile agent. The results of our mobile agent simulator with the load balance is addresses un-regulated jobs/tasks migration among the servers. Considering distributed several servers running, a lot of bandwidth is wasted due to unnecessary job migration. This work attempts to regulate this movement to minimize bandwidth consumption and network traffic. According to the results and compression, the mobile agent network based on load balance is better than SNMP and give a high success in simulation environment test, simulator has been developed to enhance the SNMP problem. The simulation show the validity  
  Publisher:  Future University      Publish Date :2016-05-15
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2. Title:  Adaptive Traffic light using Image Processing and Fuzzy Logic
  Author:  Mustafa Hassan and Dr. Amin Babikir     Co-Author:  Mustafa Hassan and Dr. Amin Babikir
  Description:  As we know the problem of the traffic congestion has increased in many cities round the world, and thus became an urgent need for the introduction of advanced technology and equipment to improve traffic. Where the traffic is growing at the present time because of the increasing number of vehicles and the limited resources provided by the existing infrastructure. The simplest way to control the traffic light is fixed time or timer for each phase. Another way is adaptive traffic control is using electronic sensors to detect vehicles and send it to microcontroller to produce cycle. The recent way is using digital camera to detect vehicles by implementing image processing. In this study, we propose a system to control the traffic light by merging image processing technique and fuzzy logic. By utilizing the benefits of region of interest segmentation technique to determine reliable traffic load situation and send it to the microcontroller to produce cycle.  
  Publisher:  AENSI Publication      Publish Date :2016-05-15
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3. Title:  Comparative study between Image Processing and Similar Techniques used in Adaptive Traffic light System
  Author:  Mustafa Hassan,Dr. Amin BabikirDr,Salah Talha,Attika Malik     Co-Author:  none
  Description:  As known the population of cities and number of cars are increasing day by day. Due to that increasing and bad traffic management, a lot of man-hours are being wasted. Regarding of this problem, a self adaptive traffic system using different techniques is developed. The technique role is to detect a condition of roads and then feed the traffic light controller. The accuracy of detecting condition of the roads depends on the technique type used. Image processing one of the modern and real-time technique used in adaptive traffic system. The paper study several techniques followed by explanations and discussions. Then the paper concluded with the comparison between advantages and disadvantages of image processing and similar techniques. The study shows that image processing has brightness future in terms of it is better traffic management and performance.  
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4. Title:  Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Residential Burglary Repeat Victimization:
  Author:  Mohammed Elmontsar Eltahir     Co-Author:  Ake Sivertun
  Description:  One of the most important roles of government is to protect its citizens from crime and dangerous situations. The use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to understand spatial and temporal patterns of crime offences has become more prevalent in recent years; GIS help to optimize effectiveness in the reduction of crime and to increase the safety of residents. One important technique offered through GIS is the identification of hot spots, or locations with a high crime rates. The identification of hot spots in time can also be very important; help in better understanding of crime pattern to develop a crime reduction plan and allowing for the strategic deployment of resources at times and places.  
  Publisher:  LIU      Publish Date :2016-05-16
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5. Title:  Method of computing maximum loadability, using continuation power flow,case study National Grid of Sudan
  Author:  Elfadil Zakaria Yahia     Co-Author:  Elfadil Zakaria Yahia
  Description:  This work presents a method of finding a continuum of power flow solutions starting at some base load and leading to the steady state voltage stability limit (critical point) of the system. Continuation power flow calculation plays a key role to understand the limitation of power flow solutions in varying loads. It is useful for evaluating the critical point of the P-V curve in static voltage stability. P-V curves are constructed to calculate loadability margins. However, drawing the P-V curve is time consuming in large-scale power systems. As a result, The Power System Analysis Toolbox (PSAT), an open source Matlab software package for analysis and design electric power systems. PSAT includes power flow, continuation power flow, optimal power flow, small-signal stability analysis, and time-domain simulation. In this work we used continuation power flow only. The proposed method is successfully applied to the National Grid of Sudan. Our methods provided several results. We discussed the validity of results with the known IEEE 14-bus system, in addition to other methods.  
  Publisher:  SES, Sudan      Publish Date :2016-08-02
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6. Title:  Mathematical modeling of arterial blood flow using Windkessel model
  Author:  Nawal Hussien Ballal     Co-Author:  Nawal Hussien Ballal
  Description:  In this paper, blood flow rate in arteries was modeled analogous to electric current transmission in cables. The model used was Windkessel model : 2- element , 3- element and 4- element . The Windkessel model used is consisted of four ordinary differential equations. The solution of the four equations was obtained by the help of MLAB software. The curves of the flow function, aortic pressure and pulmonary pressure were graphed with additional MlAB commands . Results were obtained indicating the importance of mathematical concepts and terms when they comprehended to define how the cardiovascular system behaves and how arterial dynamics can be understood in an easy way.  
  Publisher:  Future University      Publish Date :2016-08-02
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