Abdusalam Nwesri

Abdusalam Nwesri
University of Tripoli | UOT · faculty of Information Technology

Doctor of Philosophy

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July 2011 - December 2016
University of Tripoli
Position
  • Deputy Dean
January 2004 - December 2008
RMIT University
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (9)
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Inspection offers an opportunity to detect and remove defects at various points during software development. Early detection will reduce the effect of propagation and amplification of defects into the later phases of software development. Collaborative inspection on the web aims to eliminate the time factor needed to assemble the inspection or revi...
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There are several well-known approaches to parsing Arabic text in preparation for indexing and retrieval. Techniques such as stemming and stopping have been shown to improve search results on written newswire dispatches, but few comparisons are available on other data sources. In this paper, we apply several alternative stemming and stopping approa...
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Transliteration of a word into another language often leads to multiple spellings. Unless an information retrieval system recognises different forms of transliterated words, a significant number of documents will be missed when users specify only one spelling variant. Using two different datasets, we evaluate several approaches to finding variants...
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The increasing flow of information be- tween languages has led to a rise in the fre- quency of non-native or loan words, where terms of one language appear transliter- ated in another. Dealing with such out of vocabulary words is essential for suc- cessful cross-lingual information retrieval. For example, techniques such as stemming should not be a...
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Arabic is the fourth most widely spoken language in the world, and is characterised by a high rate of inflection. To cater for this, most Arabic information retrieval systems incorporate a stemming stage. Most existing Arabic stemmers are derived from English equiv- alents; however, unlike English, most affixes in Arabic are difficult to discrimina...
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This paper introduces an inspection model that discharges face-to-face meetings among inspectors in the software development group. The model aims at the elimination of the synchronous inspection meeting and the reduction of the asynchronous meeting by filtering out minor defects through the use of incontroverti ble voting before the asynchronous m...

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