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    • G1 scattered data interpolation with minimized sum of squares of principal curvatures 

      Azizan, Saaban; Abd R Mt Piah; Ahmad, Abdul Majid; Chang Hooi Tuang, Lawrence (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE), 2005-07)
      One of the main focus of scattered data interpolation is fitting a smooth surface to a set of non-uniformly distributed data points which extends to all positions in a prescribed domain. In this paper, given a set of ...
    • 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, ...
    • Visual based automatic coin counting system using neural network 

      Mohd Syafarudy, Abu; Lim, Eng Aik (University Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)Department of Mathematics, 2009)
      A new intelligent coin-counting system is described in this paper. The proposed system is effective and flexible for the purpose of performing coin-counting using image captured from webcam. Image processing techniques are ...
    • Core nucleus dynamics in Λ hypernuclei 

      Qamar Nasir, Usmani; Bodmer, A. R.; Zaliman, Sauli, Prof. Madya (World Scientific Publishing Co, 2009-06)
      We develop a Thomas Fermi theory to study the core polarization effects in Λ hypernuclei. Nuclei in the range of 10B to 243Am are included. Core polarization energies and changes in rms radii due to presence of Λ are ...
    • Curve analysis for real-time crowd estimation system 

      Lim, Eng Aik; Zarita, Zainuddin (European Journals Inc., 2009-06-15)
      The crowd monitoring system has been widely used in many areas such as transportation control and safety management. The aim of a crowd monitoring system is to count the number of people in a confined area. There are ...
    • Numerical solution of the boundary layer flow over an exponentially stretching sheet with thermal radiation 

      Biliana, Bidin; Roslinda, Nazar (European Journals Inc., 2009-07)
      In this paper, the problem of steady laminar two-dimensional boundary layer flow and heat transfer of an incompressible viscous fluid with a presence of thermal radiation over an exponentially stretching sheet is investigated ...
    • Improved variational many-body wave function in light nuclei 

      Qamar Nasir, Usmani, Prof. Dr.; Singh, A.; Khairul Anwar, Mohamad Khazali; Rawitscher, G. (American Physical Society, 2009-09-10)
      We propose and implement a simple method for improving the variational wave function of a many-body system. We have obtained a significant improvement in the binding energies, wave functions, and variance for the light ...
    • A new approach to incorporate uncertainty into Euler's method 

      Muhammad Zaini, Ahmad; M. K., Hassan (Hikari Ltd, 2010)
      Fuzzy set provides a powerful technique to introduce uncertainty into numerical methods. However, the computations of fuzzy sets often face difficult problems. This is due to non-applicability of common existing methods, ...
    • A new method for computing continuous functions with fuzzy variable 

      Muhammad Zaini, Ahmad; Hasan, M.K.; De Baets, B. (Asian Network for Scientific Information (ANSInet), 2011)
      This study proposes a new method for computing f(U) where f is a real continuous function and U is a fuzzy interval. The computation of f(U) is performed by incorporating optimisation technique into Zadeh's extension ...
    • Implementation weather-type models of capacitated arc routing problem via heuristics 

      Zuhaimy, Ismail; Muhamad Fadzli, Ramli (Science Publications, 2011)
      In this study, we introduced a new and real-life condition of Capacitated Arc Routing Problem (CARP), a model that represents vehicle's operation in waste collection. In general, we studied the element of rain drops that ...
    • Adaptive Neuro-Controller for three axes attitude control of innovative satellite 

      Siti Maryam Sharun; Mohd Yusof Mashor, Prof. Dr.; M. N. Norhayati; W. N. Hadani; Sazali Yaacob, Prof. Dr. (Science Academy, 2011-03)
      There exists so many disturbance torques in space which may deviate the satellite from the desired attitude. To overcome the effects of the disturbance torques some stabilization has to be provided to the satellite. This ...
    • A new fuzzy version of Euler's method for solving differential equations with fuzzy initial values 

      Muhammad Zaini, Ahmad; M. K., Hasan (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), 2011-06)
      This paper proposes a new fuzzy version of Euler’s method for solving differential equations with fuzzy initial values. Our proposed method is based on Zadeh’s extension principle for the reformulation of the classical ...
    • Incorporating optimisation technique into Zadeh’s extension principle for computing non-monotone functions with fuzzy variable 

      Muhammad Zaini, Ahmad; M. K., Hasan (Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), 2011-06)
      This paper proposes a new computational method for computing non-monotone functions that take a fuzzy interval as their arguments. The proposed method represents an implementation of optimisation technique into Zadeh’s ...
    • Exit-selection behaviors during a classroom evacuation 

      Lim, Eng Aik (Academic Journals, 2011-07)
      A modified version of the existing Cellular Automata (CA) model is proposed to simulate an evacuation experiment conducted in a classroom with and without obstacles. This work present the use of CA with neural network ...
    • Symmetry energy of nuclear matter at low densities and clustering at the nuclear surface 

      Zaliman, Sauli, Dr.; Nooraihan, Abdullah; Khairul Anwar, Mohamad Khazali; Qamar Nasir, Usmani, Prof. Dr. (IOP Publishing Ltd, 2012)
      We present a density functional theory which connects nuclear matter equation of state, which incorporates clustering at low densities, with clustering in medium and heavy nuclei at the nuclear surface. This explains the ...
    • Development of low wind speed anemometer 

      Tan, Wee Choon; Prakash, Churia; Lim, Eng Aik; Theoh, Thean Hin (Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development (INSIGHT), 2012)
      Anemometer is a measuring device used to measure the wind speed of an area. Before design or installing a wind turbine, it is important to determine the average wind speed of that particular area throughout the year. But ...
    • Investigation of water hammer effect through pipeline system 

      Tan, Wee Choon; Prakash, Churia; Lim, Eng Aik; Teoh, Thean Hin (Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development (INSIGHT), 2012)
      This paper we study the condition where the water hammer effect is occurs in pipe line. Water hammer can cause the pipe to break if the pressure is high enough. The experiment will be set-up to investigate the water hammer ...
    • Thermal diffusion and diffusion thermo effects on MHD thermosolutal Marangoni convection boundary layer flow over a permeable surface 

      Rohana, Abdul Hamid; Wan Mohd Khairy Adli, Wan Zaimi; Norihan, Md Arifin, Dr.; Nor Ashikin, Abu Bakar; Biliana, Bidin (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2012)
      The problem of thermal diffusion and diffusion thermo effects on thermosolutal Marangoni convection flow of an electrically conducting fluid over a permeable surface is investigated. Using appropriate similarity transformations, ...
    • Simulating evacuations with obstacles using a modified dynamic cellular automata model 

      Lim, Eng Aik; Tan, Wee Choon (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2012)
      A modified dynamic cellular automata model is proposed to simulate the evacuation of occupants from a room with obstacles. The model takes into account some factors that play an important role in an evacuation process, ...
    • Intelligent exit-selection behaviors during a room evacuation 

      Zarita, Zainuddin, Prof.; Lim, Eng Aik (Chinese Physical Society and IOP Publishing Ltd., 2012-01)
      A modified version of the existing cellular automata (CA) model is proposed to simulate an evacuation procedure in a classroom with and without obstacles. Based on the numerous literature on the implementation of CA in ...