M. Arabi

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The Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science and the World Health Organization (WHO) have worked together to formulate a research agenda for nutrition science. Undernutrition of children has profound effects on health, development, and achievement of full human capacity. Undernutrition is not simply caused by a lack of food, but results from a complex(More)
Hydrologic and water quality models are increasingly used to determine the environmental impacts of climate variability and land management. Due to differing model objectives and differences in monitored data, there are currently no universally accepted procedures for model calibration and validation in the literature. In an effort to develop accepted model(More)
BACKGROUND Novel interventions are needed to improve lifestyle and prevent noncommunicable diseases, the leading cause of death and disability globally. This study aimed to systematically review, synthesize, and grade scientific evidence on effectiveness of novel information and communication technology to reduce noncommunicable disease risk. METHODS AND(More)
Fuzzy filters are often strong in smoothing corrupted signals, whereas they have simple structures. In this paper, a new powerful, yet simple fuzzy procedure is introduced for sharpness reduction in two-dimensional signals. It is indeed an extension of our previously published one-dimensional fuzzy smoothing filter. The proposed method looks for sharp(More)
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