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    Integration of fault tree and importance measure for toxic prevention barrier

    Nor Shadiah, H, Ahmad, Arshad, Khalil Mohamed, A
    E3S Web of Conferences, Vol.90 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    A comparison of CO2 adsorption behaviour of mono- and diamine-functionalised adsorbents

    Mohamad, Noor, Lotf, Ebrahim, Ahmad, Arshad, Abdullah, TAT
    E3S Web of Conferences, Vol.90 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Modelling pressure distribution in sonicated ethanol solution using COMSOL simulation

    Hasnul Hadi Nur Amira, Ahmad Arshad, Oladokun Olagoke
    E3S web of conferences, 01 January 2019, Vol.90, p.02003 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Surface-modified fibrous membranes for fuel cell application

    Nor Fadzil Noor Fatina Emelin, Abouzari-Lotf Ebrahim, Jacob Mohan V, Che Jusoh Nurfatehah Wahyuny, Ahmad Arshad
    E3S web of conferences, 01 January 2019, Vol.90, p.01005 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    CFD study on the effects of different temperatures and feed velocities for CO2, CH4, and C2H4 adsorption using 5A molecular sieve

    Norani Amirah A, Ahmad Arshad, Oladokun Olagoke, Adrian L. L. Ilod, Kavetha Arumugam
    E3S web of conferences, 01 January 2019, Vol.90, p.02006 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Toward Empirically Investigating Non-Functional Requirements of iOS Developers on Stack Overflow

    Ahmad, Arshad, Feng, Chong, Li, Kan, Asim, Syed Mohammad, Sun, Tingting
    IEEE Access, 2019, Vol.7, pp.61145-61169 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Toward Empirically Investigating Non-Functional Requirements of iOS Developers on Stack Overflow
    Author: Ahmad, Arshad; Feng, Chong; Li, Kan; Asim, Syed Mohammad; Sun, Tingting
    Subject: Software ; Market Research ; Data Mining ; Application Programming Interfaces ; Mobile Communication ; Mobile Applications ; Technological Innovation ; Non-Functional Requirements (Nfrs) ; Quality Requirements ; Ios ; Latent Dirichlet Allocation (Lda) ; Stack Overflow ; Engineering
    Description: Context: Mobile application developers are getting more concerned due to the importance of quality requirements or non-functional requirements (NFR) in software quality. Developers around the globe are actively asking a question(s) and sharing solutions to the problems related to software development on Stack Overflow (SO). The knowledge shared by developers on SO contains useful information related to software development such as feature requests (functional/non-functional), code snippets, reporting bugs or sentiments. Extracting the NFRs shared by iOS developers on programming Q&A website SO has become a challenge and a less researched area. Objective: To identify and understand the real problems, needs, trends, and the critical NFRs or quality requirements discussed on Stack Overflow related to iOS mobile application development. Method: We extracted and used only the iOS posts data of SO. We applied the well-known statistical topical model Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) to identify the main topics in iOS posts on SO. Then, we labeled the extracted topics with quality requirements or NFRs by using the wordlists to assess the trend, evolution, hot and unresolved NFRs in all iOS discussions. Results: Our findings revealed that the highly frequent topics the iOS developers discussed are related to usability, reliability, and functionality followed by efficiency. Interestingly, the most problematic areas unresolved are also usability, reliability, and functionality though followed by portability. Besides, the evolution trend of each of the six different quality requirements or NFRs over time is depicted through comprehensive visualization. Conclusion: Our first empirical investigation on approximately 1.5 million iOS posts and comments of SO gives insight on comprehending the NFRs in iOS application development through the lens of real-world practitioners.
    Is part of: IEEE Access, 2019, Vol.7, pp.61145-61169
    Identifier: 2169-3536 (E-ISSN); 10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2914429 (DOI)

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    Underwater Pragmatic Routing Approach Through Packet Reverberation Mechanism

    Ashraf, Shahzad, Gao, Mingsheng, Chen, Zhengming, Naeem, Hamad, Ahmad, Arshad, Ahmed, Tauqeer
    IEEE access, 2020, Vol.8, pp.163091-163114 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Underwater Pragmatic Routing Approach Through Packet Reverberation Mechanism
    Author: Ashraf, Shahzad; Gao, Mingsheng; Chen, Zhengming; Naeem, Hamad; Ahmad, Arshad; Ahmed, Tauqeer
    Subject: Batteries ; Routing ; Reverberation ; Relays ; Energy Consumption ; Throughput ; Pragmatics ; Packet Reverberation ; Opportunistic Routing ; Dearth Node ; Energy Efficiency ; Network Throughput ; Forwarding Relay Node ; Sagacious Link ; Engineering
    Description: The advances in underwater sensor communication has become imperative getting up-to-date information about underwater happenings, especially when world has already faced the calamity like Tsunami. The underwater environment possessed freak and unpredictable movements which becomes more harsh time to time. The sensor nodes deployed under such juncture are the main source of information which in fact, facing numerous challenges. These nodes are mainly energy-constrained and rely on limited battery source. Due to most intricated underwater routing architecture, the biggest detriment is the limited battery lifespan. Therefore, it is imperative to adopt the pragmatic and possible alternate to improve the life expectancy of these sensor nodes. The solution of such shortcomings and identifying the varieties of impingements impelled by forwarding node on battery lifespan during packet transmission course are meticulously explored by developing an Underwater Pragmatic Routing Approach...
    Is part of: IEEE access, 2020, Vol.8, pp.163091-163114
    Identifier: 2169-3536 (E-ISSN); 10.1109/ACCESS.2020.3022565 (DOI)

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    Fusion of Machine Learning and Privacy Preserving for Secure Facial Expression Recognition

    Ullah, Asad, Wang, Jing, Ahmad, Arshad, Shah, Nazir, Khan, Habib
    Security and Communication Networks, 2021, Vol.2021 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Bodacious-Instance Coverage Mechanism for Wireless Sensor Network

    Alfandi, Omar, Ahmad, Arshad, Kim, Kyong, Ullah, Ayaz, Ullah, Farman
    Wireless Communications & Mobile Computing (Online), 2020, Vol.2020 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Respiratory functional outcomes improvement with intervention in chronic empyema thoracis: a retrospective analysis

    Kumar, Sanjeev, Kumar, Ashok, Pal, Ajay, Ahirwar, Suresh, Kumar, Suresh, Ahmad, Arshad
    Indian Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, 2019, Vol.35(1), pp.36-40 [Peer Reviewed Journal]