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    • A Visualization Technique for Multiagent Systems 

      Rayes, Manal (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2011-03)
      In this dissertation we consider the problem of monitoring and visualizing the performance of multi-agent systems, i.e. systems of adaptive agents that change their behaviour as a result of learning and experiencing. Instead ...
    • Shortest-time route finding using inter-vehicular communication 

      Chaqfeh, Moumena Abdullah (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2011-03)
    • Improving Emergency Response Communication In Race Circuits 

      Abdull Qader Al Ameri, Asma Muhsen (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2011-04)
      The research discusses and evaluates a way to improve emergency response communication systems in race circuits.The traditional emergency response communication system used in race circuits depends mainly on vocal communication ...
    • Quantitative Evaluation of Generalizations 

      Mohamed, Habab Musa (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2011-05)
      Inspired by the explosive growth of complex networks and the extraction of common patterns from varied complex networks' features, mining and analyzing networks have become a recent eld of signi cant interest for many ...
    • Enhancement of information retrieval ranking using fuzzy logic 

      Al Aziz, Lubna Nassar (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2011-06)
    • The Effects of Data Mining on Small Businesses in Dubai 

      AlMutawa, Rasha (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2011-09)
      This study was conducted with the aim of finding the benefits of data mining on small businesses and specifically on the real estate sector in Dubai, and the criteria to be used when evaluating and selecting the best tools ...
    • Studying Dynamics of Multi-Agent Learning in Networks 

      SADLAH, SIMA IBRAHIM ABDEL KARIM (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2012-05)
      Artificial networks mining and analysis is one of the most recent and interesting area of research due to the explosion growth of this type of networks which is seen every- where in our modern life. In the last few years ...
    • Integrating rule-based approach and machine learning approach for arabic named entity recognition 

      Oudah, Mai Mohamed (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2012-05)
      Named Entity Recognition is considered one of the crucial Information Extraction tasks in which many of Natural Language Processing applications rely on as an important pre-processing step. Named Entity Recognition has ...
    • Studying cooperative multi-agent reinforcement learning in networks 

      Oudah, Mayada Mohamed (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2012-05)
      Cooperative Multi-Agent systems, where agents work together as one team to achieve a common goal, form the majority of real-life multi-agent applications. Therefore, it is important to find a suitable multi-agent reinforcement ...
    • The Effects of Using Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) in Teaching English Language Grammars 

      Azzam, Rasha Hani A.R. (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2012-05)
      Computers are excellent machines in achieving tasks that have a repetitive nature without being tired or feeling bored. This feature enabled scientists to develop some software that mimic the role of human tutors and teach ...
    • The Paradox of Corruption in Civil Society 

      Ibrahim, Rasha Sayed Abdelhamid (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2013-12)
      Cooperation is one key aspect of human social behavior. Principally, punishment drives the evolution of cooperation in societies. The issue of how to promote and maintain cooperation is one of the main topics of the game ...
    • Using Data Mining and Text Mining Techniques in Predicting the Price of Real Estate Properties in Dubai 

      Khashan, Deena Younis Abo (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2014-05)
      Data mining is defined as the discovery of previously unknown patterns and relationships between stored data and represents the interesting information in understandable format. On the other hand, text mining is also looks ...
    • Using Probability Binning and Bayesian Inference to measure Euclidean Distance of Flow Cytometric data 

      Mohamed, Rasha Mahmoud Abdel Salam (The British Univesity in Dubai (BUiD), 2014-12)
      Flow Cytometry (FCM) is a microscopic technique used in many fields, especially clinical research and health care. Classical analysis of FCM data is done manually in a tedious, error prone process, which is not standardized, ...
    • Investigating Students’ and Faculty members’ Attitudes Towards the Use of Mobile Learning in Higher Educational Environments at the Gulf Region 

      Al-Emran, Mostafa Nadhir Hassan (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2014-12)
      Recently, the way we learn has been shifted dramatically from traditional classrooms relying on printed papers into E-learning relying on digital/electronic pages. Modern educational technologies attempt to facilitate the ...
    • Question Processing for Arabic Question Answering System 

      Al Chalabi, Hani Maluf (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2015-05)
      Due to very fast growth of information in the last few decades, getting precise information in real time is becoming increasingly difficult. Search engines such as Google and Yahoo are helping in finding the information ...
    • A study on Speaker Recognition System 

      Bakkar, Hazem Wa'il Mohammed (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2015-05)
      "The huge development in information technology opened the door for finding an increasing number of security gaps in the daily used systems like email accounts. Security systems developers and manufacturers are trying ...
    • Improving performance of collaborative question answering systems by using semantic resources 

      Javed, Muhammad Arshad (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2015-06)
      In this modern age of technology, World Wide Web (WWW) provides us a platform to share the information with each other. People use different types of web applications for example online forums/blogs, portals for question ...
    • Sentiment analysis for Arabic 

      Siddiqui, Sanjeera (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2015-12)
      Named Entity Recognition, Question Answering, Information Retrieval, Machine Translation, etc. fall under the tasks that follow Natural Language Processing approaches wherein Sentiment Analysis uses Natural Language Processing ...
    • A study on Implementation of classification techniques to predict students’ results for Institutional Analysis 

      Gorikhan, Naseem Akhtar (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2016-01)
      This thesis presents an implementation of classification techniques for a Vocational Institutional analysis. The institute is known as IAT. The classification techniques used were decision tree, knn, logistic regression, ...
    • Arabic Parser Evaluation and Improvements 

      Ezzeldin, Khaled Mohamed Khaled (The British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2016-06)
      This thesis focuses on comparing between two famous Arabic parsers Stanford Parser and Bikel parser using Arabic Treebank (ATB) for model training and testing and for this purpose we created a software that enables us to ...