Publication List for University of Tripoli

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  • 52

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Assessment of the current die spacing materials that provides the most accurate internal and marginal fit of metal crowns

one of the main factors that affect the success of the cast crown is the accuracy of the internal and marginal fit, a well-fitting crown reduces the chance for recurrent caries and periodontal disease, whereas the space between a poorly-fitting crown and tooth preparation enables accumulation of bacterial plaque, the use of paint- on die spacing technique to produce the cement gap and subsequently to improve the seating of the cast crowns has become quite popular in the recent years. The purpose of the study is to compare the marginal gap and the internal fit produced by two paint-on die spacing materials (Manicure and paint on die spacer ). Twenty four identical stone dies were made, 12 were coated with paint- on die spacer material, and 12 were coated with nail varnish material, the dies coated with die spacer were divided into three groups (DA,DB,DC), and the dies coated with nail varnish were also divided into three groups (VA,VB,VC), groups DA and VA were coated with one layer, DB and VB were coated with two layers, DC and VC were coated with three layers, for both groups wax patterns were made and casted using the lost waxing technique and all steps were standardized, impression replicas of the casted crowns were made and sectioned by means of the impression replica technique, measurements were taken using Scanning Electron Microscope, from 4 points (marginal gap, mid-axial, axio-occlusal and mid-occlusal). There was no statistical significant difference in accuracy between crowns fabricated on die spacer coated dies and crowns fabricated on nail varnish coated dies. with the crowns fabricated on die spacer coated dies being slightly more accurate.
ABDUSSALAM ELJABALI(12-2019)
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Modelling of Call Admission Control in 3G Cellular Mobile Networks

Mobile terminals allow users to access services while on the move. This unique feature has driven the rapid growth in the mobile network industry, changing it from a new technology into a massive industry within less than two decades. In this thesis, we address admission control problems in a cellular wireless environment. The admission control is responsible for deciding whether an incoming call or connection can be accepted or not, which are based on the available codes . We provide an extensive survey of the existing admission control algorithms. The issues related to and the approaches for designing admission control in third generation(3G) cellular wireless networks are discussed. An admission control method considering the quality of service(QoS) requirements in wireless is presented along with an analytical traffic model for the Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems(UMTS). In 3G networks we have dynamic capacity that depends on the interference levels in the covered area and the number of active users. This implies that the distance of a mobile user from the base station, which is called Node B, is also an important factor because of the signal fading. The first part of this work is an algorithm written in C++ programming language that distributes users in different zones assuming that the cell area is divided into Z virtual zones, where Z depends on the number of users. In the rest of this thesis we present a simulation model for the Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems(UMTS). For validation purposes, we have developed a much more detailed simulation of the system written in C language. The results of the mathematical model showed that, a product form equilibrium distribution holds in the case of two cells. Theses results are used to validate a simulation, and to show that the behaviour of the system is similar to that in the mathematical model. Once the product form of Jackson’s Theorem is known to hold, then it is possible to go to a more advanced stage to analyze the 3G network, and to get the performance measures, which will help in making decisions at the design stage of a network. To be more realistic, we used traffic distributions in the simulator, where a user can generate world wide web sessions(www), file transfer sessions, and Emails. These followed recommendations in the ETSI standard and further demonstrated the feasibility of the model.
Wael Saleh Abughres(7-2008)
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Traffic Analysis of Cellular Network with Voice and Data Services

The introduction of new services with different bandwidth requirements, e.g., data and multimedia, to cellular mobile radio networks makes many of the traditional mechanisms unusable or less efficient. The call admission control and the handover handling are the most sensitive issues to this extension. The performance of all services including the traditional voice and the new services can be dramatically effected if no appropriate schemes are used. In this research work, a new call admission and handover handling schemes for a cellular mobile network that offers two service types: voice and data is proposed. The data connections are assumed to be transmitted at different data rates, which are an integer multiple to that of one traffic channels, which are full speed(Cd1) & reduced peed(Cd2). In order to reduce the handover failure probability of data connections, the data mobile terminals (MT) are assumed to have the capability of transmitting at two different data rates. If the handover request can not be satisfied by the base station of the destination cell due to unavailable free traffic channels, the data mobile terminals tries with a lower data rate. The handover fails if the network is incapable on providing the minimum data rate at which the mobile terminal can transmit. The reduced data connection or data rate can be speeded up to full data rate or full speed as soon as enough bandwidth is available. The effect of different traffic and configuration parameters on the performance of the different models for two cell model with equal input traffic intensity, two cell model with different input traffic intensity, and two cell model with equal input traffic intensity considering the congestion rate for the highway model are studied as the models of this research. These models are built using MOSEL language (Modeling Specification and Evaluation Language). The results of investigating the mentioned models showed the effect of the handover, and speed of data on these different models.
W. ABUGHRES(1-2000)
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simulation of 3g cellular mobile networks

In this paper, we present a simulation model for the Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems (UMTS). For validation purposes, we have developed a much more detailed simulation of the system written in C language. The results of a previous mathematical model showed that, the product form holds in the case of two cells, and the objective of this paper is to prove the same result using simulation, and to show that the behavior of the system is similar to that in the previous work done in the mathematical model. Once the product form of Jackson's Theorem is Shown to hold, then it is possible to go to a more advanced stage to analyze the 3G network, and to get the performance measures, which will help in making decisions at the design stage
W. S. Abughres(3-2006)
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An algorithm for distributing users in Virtual zones in a 3G Cellular network

In this paper, we present an algorithm to generate and distribute Z users in Z virtual zones. In3G networks we have dynamic capacity that depends on the interference levels in the covered areaand the number of active users. This implies that the distance of the mobile user from the basestation is also an important factor because of the signal fading. An algorithm is presented basedon the queuing traffic models for 3G cell written in c++ programming language that distributesusers in different zones assuming that the cell area is virtually divided into Z zones depending onthe number of users (1) (PDF) An algorithm for distributing users in virtual zones in a 3g cellular network. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317949812_An_algorithm_for_distributing_users_in_virtual_zones_in_a_3g_cellular_network [accessed May 17 2022].
w. s. abughres, mikee. woodward(10-2006)
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A product form queuing model for a 3G cellular mobile network

In this paper, we present an analytical traffic model for the Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems (UMTS). In 3G networks we have dynamic capacity that depends on the interference levels in the covered area and the number of active users. This implies that the distance of the mobile user from the base station is also an important factor because of the signal fading. The first part of this paper is an algorithm written in c++ programming language that distributes users in different zones assuming that the cell area is virtually divided into Z zones depending on the number of users. The last part of this paper we build a mathematical model of a 3G cell using the above assumption , and to prove, that the product form holds in the case of two cells with uniform and non uniform traffic. By this result more complicated networks can be analyzed, to calculate the performance measures of the network.
WAEL S. ABUGHRES, MIKE E. WOODWARD(6-2006)
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A product form queueing model for a 3G cellular mobile network

In this paper, we present an analytical traffic model for the Universal Mobile Telecommunication Systems (UMTS). In 3G networks we have dynamic capacity that depends on the interference levels in the covered area and the number of active users. This implies that the distance of the mobile user from the base station is also an important factor because of the signal fading. The first part of this paper is an algorithm written in c++ programming language that distributes users in different zones assuming that the cell area is virtually divided into Z zones depending on the number of users. The last part of this paper we build a mathematical model of a 3G cell using the above assumption , and to prove, that the product form holds in the case of two cells with uniform and non uniform traffic. By this result more complicated networks can be analyzed, to calculate the performance measures of the network.
wael s. Abughres, Mike E. Woodward(3-2006)
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الإدارة الإلكترونية مدخل لتحقيق الجودة الشاملة بالتعليم حالة خاصة (جامعة طرابلس ليبيا)

يمر العالم بمرحلة انتقالية تموج بتحولات جذرية عميقة وشاملة في كافة المجالات، مرحلة تنكسر فيھا القيود وتلغى الحدود وتنفتح الأسواق ، وتشتعل المنافسة، ويتعاظم دور التكنولوجيا الحديثة التي تلعب دوراً رئيسا ً في إحداث ھذه التحولات وأھمھا التحول من الأساليب التقليدية في الإدارة إلى الأساليب الإلكترونية، وبات مصطلح الحكومة الإلكترونية ھو عنصر تميز المؤسسات والهيئات والدول. يسعى هذا البحت إلى إتاحة المحتوى العلمي للإدارة الإلكترونية وذلك من خلال سرد لمحة تاريخية عنها ومميزاتها وسبيل الإستفادة منها بجميع المجالات وخاصة بمجال التعليم والتطرق الي جامعة طرابلس كحالة دراسية.
وائل صالح محمد أبوغريس, عطية محمود البحباح, محمد أحمد مغيدر(6-2022)
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