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    أستاذ مساعد

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  • دكتوراه2003

    نظم المعلومات الجغرافية الذكية لدعم اتخاذ القرار وفقا لمعايير متعددة

    جامعة الزقازيق-جامعة الزقازيق

  • ماجستير1996

    تنميه الموارد المائيه باستخدام أساليب الذكاء الاصطناعي والنظم الخبيرة

    جامعة الزقازيق

  • بكالوريوس1989

    جامعة الزقازيق

A COM-based Spatial Decision Support System for Industrial Site Selection

Journal Paper Journal of Geographic Information and Decision Analysis, Volume 22, Issue 2, يناير 2003, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Industrial site selection is a complex process for owners and analysts. The process involves not only technical requirements, but also economical, social, environmental and political demands that may result in conflicting objectives. Becaus

Integrating GIS and MCDM Using COM Technology

Journal Paper The International Arab Journal of Information Technology, Volume 22, Issue 2, أبريل 2005, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Problems involving the processing of spatial data such as industrial site selection and land use allocation are multi-facetted challenges. Not only they often involve numerous technical requirements, but may also contain economical, social,

A COM-based expert system for selecting the suitable map projection in ArcGIS

Journal Paper Expert Systems with Applications, Volume 22, Issue 2, يوليو 2006, Pages 191-194

Abstract

A map projection is a systematic rendering of locations from the curved earth surface onto a flat map surface. It is impossible to make spherical maps into perfectly flat papers without some distortion. There are many projections, each with

A Knowledge-Based Decision Support System for Scraper Selection and Cost Estimation

Journal Paper The International Arab Journal of Information Technology, Volume 22, Issue 2, أكتوبر 2006, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Scrapers are advantageous earthmoving construction equipments as they are independently capable of excavating, hauling, and placing soil. Determining the suitable and the most economical selection of the size, model, and number of scrapers

GIS software selection: a multi-criteria decision making approach

Journal Paper Applied GIS, Volume 22, Issue 2, مايو 2007, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Building a new GIS project is a major investment. Choosing the right GIS software package is critical to the success and failure of such investment. The problem of selecting the most appropriate GIS software package for a particular GIS pro

An Intelligent MCDM Approach for Selecting the Suitable Expert System Building Tool

Journal Paper The International Arab Journal of Information Technology, Volume 22, Issue 2, أكتوبر 2007, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Expert Systems (ES), a promising branch of Artificial Intelligence (AI), have achieved considerable success in recent years. This area of AI has concentrated on the construction of high-performance programs in specialized professional domai

Performance Evaluation of Gene Expression Programming for Hydraulic Data Mining

Journal Paper The International Arab Journal of Information Technology, Volume 22, Issue 2, أبريل 2008, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Predication is one of the fundamental tasks of data mining. In recent years, Artificial Intelligence techniques are widely being used in data mining applications where conventional statistical methods were used such as Regression and classi

A Knowledge-Based Advisory System for Software Quality Assurance

Journal Paper The International Arab Journal of Information Technology, Volume 22, Issue 2, يوليو 2008, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Software quality assurance is a planned and systematic approach to ensure that software processes and products confirms to the established standards, processes, and procedures. The goals of software quality assurance are to improve software

Integrating Gene Expression Programming and Geographic Information Systems for Solving a Multi Site Land Use Allocation Problem

Journal Paper American Journal of Applied Sciences, Volume 22, Issue 2, مايو 2009, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Problem statement: Land use planning may be defined as the process of allocating different activities or uses to specific units of area within a region. Multi sites Land Use Allocation Problems (MLUA) refer to the problem of allocating more

A GEP-based spatial decision support system for multisite land use allocation

Journal Paper Applied Soft Computing, Volume 22, Issue 2, يونيو 2010, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Multisite Land Use Allocation Problem (MLUA) refers to the problem of allocating more than one land use type in an area. MLUA problem is one of the truly NP Complete (combinatorial optimization) problems. To cope with this type of problems,

Comparison of Six GIS-Based Spatial Interpolation Methods for Estimating Air Temperature in Western Saudi Arabia

Journal Paper Journal of Environmental Informatics, Volume 22, Issue 2, سبتمبر 2011, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Six GIS-based spatial interpolation methods were compared to determine their suitability for estimatingmean monthly air temperature (MMAT) surfaces, from data recorded at nearly 31 meteorological stations representing different climatic con

A novel GIS-based decision-making framework for the school bus routing problem

Journal Paper Geo-spatial Information Science, Volume 22, Issue 2, مارس 2012, Pages 191-194

Abstract

optimization systems. SBRP seeks to plan an efficient schedule for a fleet of school buses where each bus picks up students from various bus stops and delivers them to their designated schools while satisfying various constraints such as th

Enhancing ArcGIS Decision Making Capabilities Using an Intelligent Multicriteria Decision Analysis Toolbox

Journal Paper Journal of Environmental Informatics, Volume 22, Issue 2, سبتمبر 2012, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Spatial decision making problems are multi-facetted challenges. Not only they often involve numeroustechnical requirements, but may also contain economic, social, environmental and political dimensions that may have conflicting values. Solu

A Knowledge-Based System for GIS Software Selection

Journal Paper The International Arab Journal of Information Technology, Volume 22, Issue 2, مارس 2013, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Building a new GIS project is a major investment. Choosing the right GIS software package is critical to the success and failure of such investment. Because of the complexity of the problem a number of decision making tools must be deployed

Developing a GIS-Based MCE Site Selection Tool in ArcGIS Using COM Technology

Journal Paper The International Arab Journal of Information Technology, Volume 22, Issue 2, مايو 2013, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Site selection is a complex process for owners and analysts. This process involves not only technical requirements, but also economical, social, environmental and political demands that may result in conflicting objectives. Site selection i

Exploring multi-criteria decision strategies in GIS with linguistic quantifiers: an extension of the analytical network process using ordered weighted averaging operators

Journal Paper International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Volume 22, Issue 2, سبتمبر 2013, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Many real-world spatial planning and management problems give rise to a geographical information system (GIS)-based multi-criteria decision-making. Analytical network process (ANP) provides a comprehensive methodology for representing compl

An Industrial Site Selection system: Use of COM in Integrating an Intelligent GIS-AHP Application

Journal Paper The Seventh International Conference on the Application of Artificial Intelligence to Civil and Structural Engineering, Volume 22, Issue 2, سبتمبر 2003, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Building a new capital improvement facility is a critical decision made by private and public owners. Determining facilities locations is critical to the success and failure of such investments. The selection of an industrial site involves

A Computer-Aided Decision-Making System for Siting Capital Investment Projects

Journal Paper ASCAAD's first International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design, Volume 22, Issue 2, فبراير 2005, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Site selection for capital investments is a crucial complex decision for owners and analysts. Difficulties are caused by the inclusion of the numerous possible sites that may qualify, multiple objectives that could also contradict each othe

An AHP-Based Decision Model for GIS Software Selection

Journal Paper The 37th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, Volume 22, Issue 2, أكتوبر 2007, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Geographic Information Systems (GIS), a promising branch of Information Systems (IS), have achieved considerable success in recent years. This area of IS has concentrated on the construction of computer-based information systems that enable

Software Quality Assurance Models: A Comparative Study

Journal Paper The 43rd Annual Conference on Statistics, Computer Sciences and Operations Research, Volume 22, Issue 2, ديسمبر 2008, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Quality Standards are documented agreements, protocols, or rules that outline the technical specifications or criteria to be used to ensure that products, services, processes, and materials meet their intended purpose and requirements. They

Routing Problems: A Survey

Journal Paper The 43rd Annual Conference on Statistics, Computer Sciences and Operations Research, Volume 22, Issue 2, ديسمبر 2008, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Routing problems can be classified into two main categories based on their objectives and complexity. The first category, path finding problems, includes a set of problems whose main objective is to get the shortest path. These problems are

An Expert System for Choosing the Suitable MCDM Method for solving A Spatial Decision Problem

Journal Paper International Conference on Production Engineering, Design and Control, PEDAC, Volume 22, Issue 2, فبراير 2009, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Spatial decision making problems are multi-facetted challenges. Not only they often involve numerous technical requirements, but also contain economical, social, environmental, and political dimension that may have conflicting values. Solut

Software Quality Assurance and Expert Systems

Journal Paper International Conference on Production Engineering, Design and Control, PEDAC, Volume 22, Issue 2, فبراير 2009, Pages 191-194

Abstract

There are several models for software quality assurance, such as Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI), ISO/IEC 9000-3, and the Software Process Improvement and Capability dEtermination (SPICE). However, the proper selection and impl

e-Business Web Portals Evaluation

Journal Paper International Conference on Production Engineering, Design and Control, PEDAC, Volume 22, Issue 2, فبراير 2009, Pages 191-194

Abstract

The Internet has become one of the most commonly used technologies all over the world. Hence businesses can use this technology to help their customers to get the needed information and services electronically. Although the application of e

Ranking Web Portals Quality Criteria Based on Different Types of Personality

Journal Paper the 4th International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Information Systems, Volume 22, Issue 2, مارس 2009, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Evaluation of web portals is an important topic in web engineering. The satisfaction of users is a primary goal for actors involved with the development and operation of a web portal. Different users can not be treated as the same because p

A Proposed GIS-Based Decision Making Framework for Tourism Development Sites Selection

Journal Paper International Arab Conference on Information Technology, Volume 22, Issue 2, ديسمبر 2012, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Building a new tourism facility is a critical decision made by private and public owners. Determining facilities locations is critical to the success and failure of such investments. The selection of a tourism development site involves a co

Expert Systems, GIS, and Spatial Decision Making: Current Practices and New Trends

Journal Paper Expert Systems Research Trends, Volume 22, Issue 2, يناير 2007, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Spatial decision making is a routine activity that is common to individuals and to organizations. Spatial decision making problems are multi-facetted challenges. Not only do they often involve numerous technical requirements, but they may a

Integrating Expert Systems, GIS, and Spatial Decision Making: Current Practices and New Trends

Journal Paper Psychology of Decision Making, Volume 22, Issue 2, يناير 2008, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Spatial decision making is a routine activity that is common to individuals and to organizations. Spatial decision making problems are multi-facetted challenges. Not only do they often involve numerous technical requirements, but they may a

GIS and Spatial Decision Making

Journal Paper Geographic Information Systems, Volume 22, Issue 2, يناير 2011, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Spatial decision making problems are multi-facetted challenges. Not only they often involve numerous technical requirements, but may also contain economical, social, environmental and political dimensions that may have conflicting values. S

Spatial Decision Making: An Intelligent GIS-Based Decision Analysis Approach

Journal Paper VDM Verlag, Volume 22, Issue 2, يناير 2010, Pages 191-194

Abstract

The impetus of this study was the recognition that spatial decision-making, such as site selection, requires advanced means to handle the numerous socio- economic factors while considering physical suitability conditions. Although expert sy

An Expert GIS-Based ANP-OWA Decision Making Framework for Tourism Development Site Selection

Journal Paper International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA), Volume 22, Issue 2, يناير 2014, Pages 191-194

Abstract

The selection of a tourism development site involves a complex array of decision criteria that may have interdependence relationships within and between them. In the process of finding the optimum location that meet desired conditions, the

A Modified Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm for Solving Least-Cost Path Problem in Raster GIS

Journal Paper Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences, Volume 22, Issue 2, يناير 2015, Pages 191-194

Abstract

The computation of least-cost paths over a cost surface is a well-known and widely used capability of raster geographic information systems (GISs). It consists of finding the path with the lowest accumulated cost between two locations in a

A Model for Measuring Geographic Information Systems Success

Journal Paper Journal of Geographic Information System, Volume 22, Issue 2, يوليو 2015, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have become a fact of our life as they are being used by more people and organizations for more complex decision problems than ever before. The use of GIS can achieve valuable benefits for individuals, o

Evaluation of Critical Success Factors for GIS Implementation Using Analytic Hierarchy Process

Journal Paper International Journal of Computing Academic Research (IJCAR), Volume 22, Issue 2, يونيو 2015, Pages 191-194

Abstract

The identification of factors critical to the successful implementation of GIS is a main concern to GIS managers and practitioners. Although CSFs has been one of the active research topics in GIS implementation and management literature, no

Studying Portals Evaluation Criteria & Personality Types in E-Business: Ranking Portals Evaluation Criteria Based on Types of Personality

Journal Paper LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Volume 22, Issue 2, ديسمبر 2012, Pages 191-194

Abstract

Evaluation of web portals is an important topic in web engineering. The satisfaction of users is a primary goal for actors involved with the development and operation of a web portal. Different users can not be treated as the same due to th

Intelligent GIS-based Decision Support System for Bus Routing Problem: Intelligent GIS-based DSS for Solving SBRP

Journal Paper LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Volume 22, Issue 2, ديسمبر 2012, Pages 191-194

Abstract

The school bus routing problem (SBRP) is a central issue in transportation planning and optimization systems. SBRP seeks to plan an efficient schedule for a fleet of school buses where each bus picks up students from various bus stops and d

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