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The two fundamental sources of Islamic legislation are Qur'an and the Hadith. The Hadiths, or Prophetic Traditions, are narrations originating from the sayings and conducts of Prophet Muhammad. Each Hadith starts with a list of narrators involved in transmitting it followed by the transmitted text. The Hadith corpus is extremely huge and runs into hundreds(More)
Automatic text summarization is an active research field. The rapid growth of the Web, and the associated information overloading, has injected new life into this research area. In certain languages there has been plenty of research in automatic text summarization. Arabic is not one of them. In this paper we present an automatic extractive Arabic text(More)
We present a global optimization algorithm and demonstrate its effectiveness in solving the protein structure prediction problem for a 70 amino-acid helical protein, the A-chain of uteroglobin. This is a larger protein than solved previously by our global optimization method or most other optimization-based protein structure prediction methods. Our approach(More)
INTRODUCTION Hadiths are oral traditions relating to the words and deeds of Prophet Muhammad. The traditional Muslim schools of jurisprudence regard hadith as an important tool for understanding the Qur'an and in all matters relating to jurisprudence. The hadith consists of two parts: the actual text of the narrative, known as matn (‫;)نتملا‬ and the chain(More)
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