Wesam Almobaideen

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Providing Quality of Service (QoS) for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANET) is a challenging issue due to th e dynamic nat ure and limit ed res ources of such in frastructureless wireless net works. T his paper proposes a ne w approach f or supporting QoS in clus tered MANET. The proposed Cluster-Based QoS (CBQoS) pro vides MA NET with i(More)
Detecting objects in a given video stream is an important step to understand their types, movements, and activities. Existing object detection algorithms suffer from their inability to detect the components constituting a particular object that may result in classifying such components as standalone objects. Such instances may happen particularly when the(More)
Clustering routing protocol provides an effective method for prolonging the lifetime of a wireless sensor network. But most of the researches care less about the communication between Cluster Head (CH) nodes [4] and Base Station (BS). This paper proposed a Multi-hop Cluster based Routing Protocol for long range transmission in wireless sensor network. The(More)
This paper describes a new fault tolerance routing algorithm for Hex-Cell networks. Hex-Cell is an interconnection network topology that employs an efficient routing algorithm and combines attractive features which make it a good candidate to be used for many applications. The Fault Tolerance Routing algorithm for Hex-cell networks (FTRH) presented in this(More)
Spatial data management has been an active area of intensive research for more than two decades. In order to support objects in a database system, several issues should be taken into consideration including indexing and efficient query processing. Several indexing techniques have been proposed in the literature. Most of the existing indexing mechanisms are(More)
In many computer vision applications such as surveillance systems, detecting moving objects is the first step of information extraction. This paper introduces a query answering system that aims at responding to user queries without the need to scan the whole video tape. The proposed system is based on finding the minimum boundary rectangles (MBRs) of moving(More)