Recent Submissions

  • Bioinformatics: prospect, application and the way forward 

    Singh, Harbant; Lim, Eng Aik (Universiti Malaysia Perlis, 2008)
    The world of bioinformatics is fast expanding into the mainstream of both molecular and computational biology. Bioinformatics is a new discipline that can be described as the science of collecting, modelling, storing, ...
  • Unsteady viscous flow and heat transfer due to a permeable stretching/shrinking cylinder 

    Wan Mohd Khairy Adly, Wan Zaimi; Anuar, Mohd Ishak, Prof. Dr.; Pop, Ioan Aurel (AIP Publishing LLC, 2013)
    An analysis is carried out to investigate the unsteady viscous flow and heat transfer due to a permeable stretching/shrinking cylinder. The unsteady Navier-Stokes equations are first transformed to nonlinear ordinary ...
  • Stretching surface in rotating viscoelastic fluid 

    Wan Mohd Khairy Adly, Wan Zaimi; Anuar, Mohd Ishak, Prof. Dr.; Pop, Ioan Aurel (Shanghai University and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2013-08)
    The boundary layer flow over a stretching surface in a rotating viscoelastic fluid is considered. By applying a similarity transformation, the governing partial differential equations are converted into a system of nonlinear ...
  • Unsteady viscous flow over a shrinking cylinder 

    Wan Mohd Khairy Adly, Wan Zaimi; Anuar, Mohd Ishak, Prof. Dr.; Pop, Ioan Aurel (Elsevier, 2013-04)
    The unsteady viscous flow over a shrinking cylinder with mass transfer is studied. Using a similarity transformation, the unsteady Navier-Stokes equations are reduced to nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Numerical ...
  • A hybrid method for solving fuzzy differential equations 

    Wan Suhana, Wan Daud; Muhammad Zaini, Ahmad, Dr.; Elyana, Sakib; Mohammad Khatim, Hasan, Assoc. Prof. Dr. (Medwell Journals, 2013)
    This study proposes a hybrid method called Particle Swarm Optimization-Fuzzy Euler Method (PSOFEM) for solving fuzzy differential equations. The PSOFEM is obtained by embedding a particle swarm optimization technique in a ...
  • Nuclear matter and surface clustering 

    Qamar Nasir, Usmani, Prof. Dr.; Nooraihan, Abdullah; Khairul Anwar, Mohamad Khazali; Zaliman, Sauli, Dr. (IOP Publishing Ltd, 2013)
    We demonstrate that the binding energy per nucleon of symmetric nuclear matter (SNM) (with Coulomb interaction switched off and N Z) in the limit of zero density approaches to its value, uv, at the saturation density, where ...
  • Improvement of signature scheme based on the hybrid of two problems 

    Elyana, Sakib; Wan Suhana, Wan Daud; Siti Rohana Goh, Abdullah (AIP Publishing LLC, 2013)
    This paper proposed an improvement of an existing signature scheme based on the hybrid of two problems. The security of this improved signature scheme is based on a hybrid of factorisation (FAC) and elliptic curve discrete ...
  • Solving standard traveling salesman problem and multiple traveling salesman problem by using branch-and-bound 

    Shakila, Saad; Wan Nurhadani, Wan Jaafar; Siti Jasmida, Jamil (AIP Publishing LLC, 2013)
    The standard Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP) is the classical Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP) while Multiple Traveling Salesman Problem (MTSP) is an extension of TSP when more than one salesman is involved. The objective ...
  • Staff selection problem under uncertainty condition 

    R., Md. Saad; Muhammad Zaini, Ahmad, Dr.; Muhammad Shahar, Jusoh, Dr.; Mohd Syafarudy, Abu (Medwell Journals, 2013)
    Hiring the right person for the right position is the core to the success of an organisation. Some organizations have suggested to create an ideal candidate that fulfilled all requirements which needed for a particular ...
  • Hamming and hausdorff distance measures for staff selection problem: A comparison 

    R., Md. Saad; Muhammad Zaini, Ahmad, Dr.; Muhammad Shahar, Jusoh, Dr.; Mohd Syafarudy, Abu (Medwell Journals, 2013)
    Selecting the right person to a particular job needs a lot of considerations, especially in a growth company. To solve this problem, many organisations have created an ideal candidate that fulfils all requirements for a ...
  • Magnetic field effects on 3D blood flow patterns of straight and stenotic arteries 

    Nursalasawati, Rusli, Dr.; Kueh, Ahmed Beng Hong, Dr.; Kenjeres, Sasa (American Scientific Publishers All rights reserved., 2013-09)
    This paper investigates the mathematical modeling of the biomagnetic fluid (human blood) flow in arteries with different geometries, subjected to various externally applied non-uniform magnetic fields. In allowing for the ...
  • The effect of magnetisation and Lorentz forces in a two-dimensional biomagnetic channel flow 

    Nursalasawati, Rusli, Dr.; Kueh, Ahmed Beng Hong, Dr.; Erwan Hafizi, Kasiman (AIP Publishing LLC, 2013)
    The present paper studies the fundamental problem of a Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) behaviour of the biomagnetic fluid flow in a channel under the influence of a spatially varying magnetic field. The governing equation ...
  • Projection of postgraduate students flow with a smoothing matrix transition diagram of Markov chain 

    Rahela, Abdul Rahim, Dr.; Haslinda, Ibrahim, Prof. Madya Dr.; Farah Adibah, Adnan (AIP Publishing LLC, 2013)
    This paper presents a case study of modeling postgraduate students flow at the College of Art and Sciences, Universiti Utara Malaysia. First, full time postgraduate students and the semester they were in are identified. ...
  • Optimisation of acoustical comfort in vehicle cabin using goal programming 

    Zulkifli, Mohd Nopiah, Prof. Madya Dr.; Ahmad Kadri, Junoh; Ahmad Kamal Ariffin, Mohd. Ihsan, Prof. Dr. (Inderscience Enterprises Ltd., 2013)
    Car cabin acoustical comfort is one of the main features that may attract customers to purchase a new vehicle. The noise in a passenger car cabin is closely related to the vibration generated in the vehicle system. In this ...
  • Noise annoyance fuzzy index in passenger car cabin 

    Zulkifli, Mohd Nopiah, Prof. Madya Dr.; Ahmad Kadri, Junoh; Ahmad Kamal Ariffin, Mohd. Ihsan, Prof. Dr. (Inderscience Enterprises Ltd., 2013)
    Vehicle acoustical comfort and vibration in passenger car cabin are the factors which attract buyers to a vehicle, in order to have a comfortable driving environment. The comfort of the driving will affect the driver by ...
  • Formulation of weighted goal programming using the data analysis approach for optimising vehicle acoustics levels 

    Zulkifli, Mohd Nopiah, Prof. Madya Dr.; Ahmad Kadri, Junoh; Ahmad Kamal Ariffin, Mohd. Ihsan, Prof. Dr. (International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration., 2013-09)
    Two factors for customers to consider when purchasing a vehicle are the vehicle acoustical comfort and the vibration in the vehicle cabin, both of which contribute to a comfortable driving environment. The amount of ...
  • Stagnation-point flow toward a stretching/shrinking sheet in a nanofluid containing both nanoparticles and gyrotactic microorganisms 

    Wan Mohd Khairy Adly Wan Zaimi; Anuar, Ishak; Pop, Ioan (ASME, 2014-04)
    The stagnation-point flow and heat transfer toward a stretching/shrinking sheet in a nanofluid containing gyrotactic microorganisms with suction are investigated. Using a similarity transformation, the nonlinear system of ...
  • Frequency band analysis of electrocardiogram (ECG) signals for human emotional state classification using discrete wavelet transform (DWT) 

    Murugappan, Muthusamy, Dr.; Murugappan, Subbulakshmi; Bong, Siao Zheng (Society of Physical Therapy Science, 2013-06)
    [Purpose] Intelligent emotion assessment systems have been highly successful in a variety of applications, such as e-learning, psychology, and psycho-physiology. This study aimed to assess five different human emotions ...
  • Bayesian extreme modeling for non-stationary air quality data 

    Nor Azrita, Mohd Amin; Mohd Bakri, Adam; Noor Akma, Ibrahim; Ahmad Zaharin, Aris (AIP Publishing LLC, 2013)
    The aim of this paper is to model the non-stationary Generalized Extreme Value distribution with a focus on Bayesian approach. The location parameter is expressed in terms of linear trend over the time period while constant ...
  • Some fuzzy techniques for staff selection process: A survey 

    R., Md. Saad; Muhammad Zaini, Ahmad, Dr.; Mohd Syafarudy, Abu; Muhammad Shahar, Jusoh, Dr. (AIP Publishing LLC, 2013)
    With high level of business competition, it is vital to have flexible staff that are able to adapt themselves with work circumstances. However, staff selection process is not an easy task to be solved, even when it is ...

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