Amira Moussa

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  • Ahmed Moustafa, A Moussa, Medhat S Aziz
  • 2007
Sediment transport is an important element in the quantitative and qualitative management of river engineering. The rate of sediment transport, at any given river cross section, depends mainly on the availability of the transported material and transport ability of the stream. Many different formulas have been used to predict the amount of sediment(More)
Lipoprotein lipase (LPL) is the rate-limiting enzyme in the hydrolysis of triglyceride-rich lipoprotein particles (Chylomicrons and very-low-density lipoprotein). LPL polymorphisms’ effects on lipids and coronary artery disease are controversial among studies and populations. Our aim was to study the association between six polymorphisms, haplotypes and(More)
Haptoglobin (Hp) polymorphism generates three common human genotypes (Hp1-1, Hp2-1, and Hp2-2), having functional differences, related to the risk of development of cardiovascular diseases. These functions are a consequence of hemoglobin binding that leads to the synthesis of an antioxidant like ferritin. We explored the association of Hp polymorphism with(More)
3D model of indoor environments provide rich information that can facilitate the disambiguation of different places and increases the familiarization process to any indoor environment for the remote users. In this research work, we describe a system for visual odometry and 3D modeling using information from RGB-D sensor (Camera). The visual odometry method(More)
We consider the radiative transfer equation (RTE) with reflection in a three-dimensional domain, infinite in two dimensions, and prove an existence result. Then, we study the inverse problem of retrieving the optical parameters from boundary measurements, with help of existing results by Choulli and Stefanov. This theoretical analysis is the framework of an(More)
The classification of man-made objects is a basic step in various mapping and modelling applications. The automation of this task is highly needed as the manual processing is costly and time consuming. Human classification of man-made objects from aerial and satellite images depends mainly on the colors, the textures, and the shapes of the classified(More)
  • K Peppas, T Al-Gizawi, F Lazarakis, D Axiotis, A Moussa
  • 2004
In this paper the system level performance of a Hiperlan/2 network enhanced through MIMO techniques is investigated and compared to the performance of the conventional Single-Input-Single-Output (SISO) network. The MIMO scheme applied is closed loop power allocation based on Singular Value Decomposition (SVD). The work has been partly performed within the(More)
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