Arindam Khaled

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The Semantic Web is gaining immense popularity— and with it, the Resource Description Framework (RDF) broadly used to model Semantic Web content. However, access control on RDF stores used for single machines has been seldom discussed in the literature. One significant obstacle to using RDF stores defined for single machines is their scalability. Cloud(More)
We propose a node-removal/arc-reversal algorithm for influence diagram evaluation that includes reductions that allow an influence diagram to be solved by a generalization of the dynamic programming approach to solving partially observable Markov decision processes (POMDPs). Among its potential advantages, the algorithm allows a more flexible ordering of(More)
  • Karim Habak, bullet Advisors, Prof Mostafa Ammar, W Ellen, Zegura, Prof Moustafa Youssef +10 others
  • 2016
• Building systems to enable realtime computational offloading across different mobile devices. • Focused on mobile-application profiling. • Developed deployable bandwidth aggregation systems utilizing the available network interfaces at a multi-homed mobile device in both solitary and collaborative forms to increase throughput, minimize cost and/or(More)
  • M Samah, Ishmael, Sahar S A Soltan, A Khaled, Selim, M H Hoda +6 others
  • 2012
Grape skin and seeds are sources for phenolic compounds that contribute to the sensory characteristics and beneficial bioactive of many processed foods. Hence, the study was aimed to evaluate and characterize the phenolic composition and evaluate the antioxidant activities of three grape varieties skin (white, red and black) and white grape seeds. The(More)
A limited-memory influence diagram (LIMID) is a generalization of a traditional influence diagram in which the assumptions of regularity and no-forgetting are relaxed. Lauritzen and Nilsson (2001) introduced this model and proposed an iterative algorithm, called single policy updating (SPU), that converges to a locally optimal solution. In this paper, we(More)
  • Mark Hastak, Irtishad Ahmad, Raid Al-Aomar, Stuart Anderson, Zachry, Samuel Ariaratnam +27 others
  • 2011
with generous contribution and support from the Office of International Programs (IP) and the Global Engineering Program (GEP) at Purdue University. Their sponsorship of this event is much appreciated. Before we introduce you to the event report of the First Global Leadership Forum for Construction Engineering and Management Programs (GLF-CEM), I would like(More)
The competitive and open market nature demands different vendors to collaborate during the product life cycle and to reduce the product's time to market. In this paper, we propose an infrastructure to enable the concurrent collaboration of heterogeneous Computer Aided tools for concurrent engineering aspect X (CAX) at the feature level using a Service(More)
Given an edge-labeled, connected, undirected graph G and a bound r>1, the bounded minimum-label spanning tree problem seeks a spanning tree on G whose edges carry the fewest possible labels and in which no label appears more than r times. Two greedy heuristics for the unbounded version of the problem are adapted to the bounded version. Two genetic(More)
  • Ahmed M Mahboob, Edward W Davis, J David, Thuente, A Khaled, Harfoush +2 others
  • 2007
The most widely deployed wireless networking (WLAN) standard, 802.11, grants access of the wireless channel to contending stations (STAs) through the Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision avoidance (CSMA/CA) mechanism. This approach in general is not scalable, is biased against the network's Access Point (AP), and does not satisfy the Quality-of-Service(More)
Typical cases of MELAS present a combination of clinical and neuroradiological features, lactacidaemia, and ragged red fibers (RRFs) in striated muscle. We have observed a MELAS-like syndrome in monozygotic twins. They developed seizures typically in conjunction with physical exertion, sleep deprivation or febrile episodes. Stroke-like episodes occurred(More)
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