Khalid Latif

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The ‘SemanticLIFE’ system is designed to store, manage and retrieve ones lifetime’s information entities. It enables the acquisition and storage of data while giving annotations to email messages, browsed web pages, phone calls, images, contacts, life events and other resources. ‘SemanticLIFE’ also provides intuitive and effective search mechanism based(More)
In this paper, we propose a method of detecting and classifying web application attacks. In contrast to current signature-based security methods, our solution is an ontology based technique. It specifies web application attacks by using semantic rules, the context of consequence and the specifications of application protocols. The system is capable of(More)
It is fundamentally important to define how agonist-receptor interaction differs from antagonist-receptor interaction. The V1a vasopressin receptor (V1aR) is a member of the neurohypophysial hormone subfamily of G protein-coupled receptors. Using alanine-scanning mutagenesis of the N-terminal juxtamembrane segment of the V1aR, we now establish that Glu54(More)
Knowledge constantly grows in scientific discourse and is revised over time by different stakeholders, either collaboratively or through institutionalized efforts. The body of knowledge gets structured and refined as the Communities of Practice concerned with a field of knowledge develop a deeper understanding of the issues. As a result, the knowledge model(More)
Fast Health Interoperable Resources (FHIR) is the recently proposed standard from HL7. Its distinguishing features include the user friendly implementation, support of built-in terminologies and for widely-used web standards. Given the safety-critical nature of FHIR, the rigorous analysis of e-health systems using the FHIR is a dire need since they are(More)
Healthcare systems are very complex due to extreme heterogeneity in their data and processes. Researchers and practitioner need to make systems interoperable and integrate for the benefit of all the stakeholders including hospitals, clinicians, medical support staff, and patients. The broader goal of interoperability can only be achieved when standards are(More)
Mappings are established among ontologies for resolving the terminological and conceptual incompatibilities among information networks and information systems. Accommodating new knowledge in domain ontology causes the ontology to change from one consistent state to another. This consequently makes existing mappings among ontologies unreliable and stale due(More)