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    A Systematic Review on Cloud Storage Mechanisms Concerning e-Healthcare Systems

    Tahir, Adnan, Chen, Fei, Khan, Habib Ullah, Ming, Zhong, Ahmad, Arshad, Nazir, Shah, Shafiq, Muhammad
    Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), 21 September 2020, Vol.20(18) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Highly conductive anion exchange membranes based on polymer networks containing imidazolium functionalised side chains

    Abouzari-Lotf, Ebrahim, Jacob, Mohan V, Ghassemi, Hossein, Zakeri, Masoumeh, Nasef, Mohamed Mahmoud, Abdolahi, Yadollah, Abbasi, Ali, Ahmad, Arshad
    Scientific reports, 12 February 2021, Vol.11(1), pp.3764 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Efforts to Improve PBI/Acid Membrane System for High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell (HT-PEMFC)

    Daud Nur Anati Bazilah, Abouzari Lotf Ebrahim, Sophia Sha’rani Saidatul, Nasef Mohamed M, Ahmad Arshad, Rasit Ali Roshafima
    E3S web of conferences, 01 January 2019, Vol.90, p.01002 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Energy Harvested and Cooperative Enabled Efficient Routing Protocol (EHCRP) for IoT-WBAN

    Khan, Muhammad Dawood, Ullah, Zahid, Ahmad, Arshad, Hayat, Bashir, Almogren, Ahmad, Kim, Kyong Hoon, Ilyas, Muhammad, Ali, Muhammad
    Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), 2020, Vol.20(21) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    A Systematic Literature Review on Using Machine Learning Algorithms for Software Requirements Identification on Stack Overflow

    Ahmad, Arshad, Chong, Feng, Khan, Muzammil, Khan, Asif, Ullah, Ayaz, Shah, Nazir, Tahir, Adnan
    Security and Communication Networks, 2020, Vol.2020 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Preliminary torrefaction of oil palm empty fruit bunch pellets

    Nyakuma Bemgba B, Ahmad Arshad, Johari Anwar, Abdullah Tuan Amran T, Oladokun Olagoke, Al-Shatri Ali H, Ripin Adnan, Alir Afizah
    E3S web of conferences, 01 January 2019, Vol.90, p.01014 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Unknown input observer design for fault detection and diagnosis in a continuous stirred-tank reactor

    Al-Shatri, Ali, Ahmad, Arshad, Nyakuma, Bemgba
    E3S Web of Conferences, Vol.90 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    A survey on sentiment analysis of scientific citations

    Yousif, Abdallah, Niu, Zhendong, Tarus, John, Ahmad, Arshad
    Artificial Intelligence Review, 2019, Vol.52(3), pp.1805-1838 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    Springer Science & Business Media B.V.
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    Title: A survey on sentiment analysis of scientific citations
    Author: Yousif, Abdallah; Niu, Zhendong; Tarus, John; Ahmad, Arshad
    Subject: Scientific citation ; Sentiment analysis ; Citation information ; Opinion mining
    Description: Sentiment analysis of scientific citations has received much attention in recent years because of the increased availability of scientific publications. Scholarly databases are valuable sources for publications and citation information where researchers can publish their ideas and results. Sentiment analysis of scientific citations aims to analyze the authors’ sentiments within scientific citations. During the last decade, some review papers have been published in the field of sentiment analysis. Despite the growth in the size of scholarly databases and researchers’ interests, no one as far as we know has carried out an in-depth survey in a specific area of sentiment analysis in scientific citations. This paper presents a comprehensive survey of sentiment analysis of scientific citations. In this review, the process of scientific citation sentiment analysis is introduced and recently proposed methods with the main challenges are presented, analyzed and discussed. Further, we present related...
    Is part of: Artificial Intelligence Review, 2019, Vol.52(3), pp.1805-1838
    Identifier: 0269-2821 (ISSN); 1573-7462 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s10462-017-9597-8 (DOI)

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    Modelling ultrasound waves bubble formation in ethanol/ethyl acetate azeotrope mixture

    Oladokun, Olagoke, Ahmad, Arshad, Ripin, Adnan, Abdullah, Tuan, Nyakuma, Bemgba, Nur, Amira, Al-Shatri, Ali, Alkali, Habib, Bello, Aliyu
    E3S Web of Conferences, Vol.90 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Title: The Importance of Knowledge Management Practices in Overcoming the Global Software Engineering Challenges in Requirements Understanding
    Author: Ahmad, Arshad; Khan, Hashim
    Contributor: Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, Sektionen för teknik, Avdelningen för programvarusystem
    Date: 2008
    Subject: Global Software Engineering ; Global Software Development ; Requirements Engineering/Understanding ; Knowledge Management ; Knowledge Management Practices. ; Natural Sciences ; Computer And Information Sciences ; Software Engineering ; Naturvetenskap ; Data- Och Informationsvetenskap ; Programvaruteknik ; Technology ; Teknik
    Description: Going offshore has become a norm in current software organizations due to several benefits like availability of competent people, cost, proximity to market and customers, time and so on. Despite the fact that Global Software Engineering (GSE) offers many benefits to software organizations but it has also created several challenges/issues for practitioners and researchers like culture, communication, co-ordination and collaboration, team building and so on. As Requirements Engineering (RE) is more human intensive activity and is one of the most challenging and important phase in software development. Therefore, RE becomes even more challenging when comes to GSE context because of culture, communication, coordination, collaboration and so on. Due to the fore mentioned GSE factors, requirements’ understanding has become a challenge for software organizations involved in GSE. Furthermore, Knowledge Management (KM) is considered to be the most important asset of an organization because it not only enables organizations to efficiently share and create knowledge but also helps in resolving culture, communication and co-ordination issues especially in GSE. The aim of this study is to present how KM practices helps globally dispersed software organizations in requirements understanding. For this purpose a thorough literature study is performed along with interviews in two industries with the intent to identify useful KM practices and challenges of requirements understanding in GSE. Then based on the analysis of identified challenges of requirements understanding in GSE both from literature review and industrial interviews, useful KM practices are shown and discussed to reduce requirements understanding issues faced in GSE.