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Aggregation is one of the Challenges in Learning Probabilistic Relational Models

Asst.Prof.Dr. Jane Jaleel Stephan; Prof.Dr.Saleh Al-Qaraawy

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 1-10

  Abstract: Aggregation is a tool used in presenting the multiple instances of an individual attribute in a single value that characterizes the groups represented. However, probabilistic relational models are constructed from relational data base; these data are interrelated with different cardinalities ...  Read More ...

A Proposed 512 bits RC6 Encryption Algorithm

Salma H. Abdullah; Janan A. Mahdi; Ashwaq T. Hashim

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 11-25

  Abstract: In this paper, a new secret-key block cipher called 512 bits RC6 is proposed which is an evolutionary improvement of the 128 bits RC6 designed to meet the requirements of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) to increase security and improve performance. The inner loop is based around the ...  Read More ...


Dr. Ali I. Mahddi; Ali Haddy Nassir; Dr. Hussam K. Abdul-Ameer

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 26-45

  Abstract: In this research, the dynamic response of the electro-hydraulic system was investigated and analyzed based on adeveloped vision system. An experimental setup, which consist ofhydraulic acircuit (tank, supply pump, pressure gauges, hydraulic actuator, and proportional directional valve) was ...  Read More ...

Human Identification Using Normalized Energy Based Spectrum Eigenpalms

Dr. Hana; a M. Salman

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 46-55

  Abstract: Biometrics, is defined as the since of Human recognition based on his/her physical or behavioral traits, is beginning to used as Human added computer method for determining an individual’s identity. The human hand presents the sorce for a numerous of physiological biometric features. Palmprint, ...  Read More ...

Modeling of Induction Heating Systems Using Artificial Neural Networks

Lec. Dr. Mohammed Moanes Ezzaldean Ali; Assist. Prof. Dr. Hanan A. R. Akkar; Prof. Dr. A.K.M. AL-Shaikhli

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 56-71

  Abstract: Induction heating system has a number of inherent benefits compared to traditional heating systems. Many analytical and numerical approaches have been applied to solve the problem of induction heating. Artificial Neural Networks possess many advantages and have the ability to tackle problems ...  Read More ...


Mothena Fakhri Shaker; Prof Dr. Waladin K. Said

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 72-84

  Abstract: The UOTCS (University Of Technology Control System) helicopter system is a laboratory scale experimental platform developed primarily for teaching system dynamics and control engineering principles to undergraduate students. It also provides an excellent research platform for control and mechatronics ...  Read More ...

Cantor Fractal Linear Antenna Array with Koch Fractal Elements

Eng. Mohannad Ahmad; Assist. Prof. RefatTalib Hussein; Ph.D

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 85-97

  Abstract: Cantor fractal linear array, with ‘101’ generator from second stage of growth, is analyzed here with two types of current amplitude excitation coefficients (Dolph and Fractal). The Koch fractaldipole element with 2nd iteration and θ=60o will be used here as the array elements. Kaiser-Bessel ...  Read More ...

Improving Hiding Information Process based on GA Technique with Secure Extraction Process

Susan .S. Ghazoul; Lina Saeed Jajo

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 98-106

  Abstract: In this paper we propose a new method of hiding information that produces a stego-image which is totally indistinguishable from the original image to extract the hiding message. GA is used as an efficient method to minimize the number of different bits between the cover image and the stego-image ...  Read More ...

Tuning of PID Controller Based on Foraging Strategy for Pneumatic Position Control System*

Dr. Amjad J. Humaidi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 107-120

  Abstract: Pneumatic servo system has been applied in many industry fields. The system has many advantages, such as high speed, high flexibility and low price. However, the application of the system is restricted because the physical parameters have strong nonlinearity, inaccuracy and uncertainty, so ...  Read More ...

Positively Invariant Sets in Sliding Mode Control Theory with Application to Servo Actuator System with Friction*

Dr. Shibly Ahmed AL-Samarraie

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 121-134

  Abstract: In this paper two invariant sets are derived for a second order nonlinear affine system using a sliding mode controller. If the state started in these sets, it will not leave it for all future time. The invariant set is found function to the initial condition only, from which the state bound ...  Read More ...

A Lab VIEW Based Data Acquisition System for Radial Temperature Distribution

Ahmed Mudher Hassan; Ali Farooq Lutfi; Hazem I. Ali

Volume 10, Issue 1 , December 2010, Page 135-135

  Abstract: Lab VIEW (Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench) is gaining its popularity as a graphical programming language especially for data acquisition and measurement. This is due to the vast array of data acquisition cards and measurement systems which can be supported by LabVIEW as ...  Read More ...