Asma Mubarak

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The effects of some domestic traditional processes, such as dehulling, soaking, germination, boiling, autoclaving and microwave cooking, on the nutritional composition and antinutritional factors of mung bean seeds were studied. Germination and cooking processes caused significant (p < 0:05) decreases in fat, carbohydrate fractions, antinutritional factors(More)
Excessive coupling between object-oriented classes is widely acknowledged as a maintenance problem that can result in a higher propensity for faults in systems and a &#x2018;stored up&#x2019; future problem. The aim of this paper is to explore the relationship between &#x2018;fan-in&#x2019; and &#x2018;fan-out&#x2019; coupling metrics over multiple versions(More)
In this paper, we address a set of research questions investigating trends in changes to an open-source system (OSS). An interesting ‘peak and trough’ effect trend was found to exist in the system studied, suggesting that developer activity comprises of a set of high and low periods. Trends in overall changes applied to the system were complemented with(More)
Sweet lupin Lupinus albus seed flour (SLSF), two sweet lupin protein isolates (SLPI-I and SLPI-II) and sweet lupin seed protein concentrate (SLSPC) were added to wheat flour (WF) in an amount of 3, 6, 9 and 12% of wheat flour. The effects of lupin products supplementation on physical dough properties were studied using a Brabender farinograph. Loaves were(More)
This paper is a review on the status of hard coating of various physical vapour deposition (PVD) techniques and compare their properties. The use of hard and wear resistant PVD coatings on cutting tools is now widespread in global manufacturing for reducing production cost and improving productivity, all of which are essential if industry is to remain(More)
Excessive coupling between object-oriented classes is widely acknowledged as a maintenance problem that can result in a higher propensity for faults in systems and a ‘stored up’ future problem. This paper explores the relationship between ‘fan-in’ and ‘fan-out’ coupling metrics over multiple versions of opensource software. More specifically, the(More)
Excessive coupling between object-oriented classes in systems is generally acknowledged as harmful and is recognised as a maintenance problem that can result in a higher propensity for faults in systems and a „stored up‟ future problem. Characterisation and understanding coupling at different levels of abstraction is therefore important for both the project(More)
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