Fatemeh Salmani

Fatemeh Salmani
University of Birjand · Computer Unit

Master of Information Technology

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In 2020, COVID-19 became one of the most critical concerns in the world. This topic is even still widely discussed on all social networks. Each day, many users publish millions of tweets and comments around this subject, implicitly showing the public’s ideas and points of view regarding this subject. In this regard, to extract the public’s point of...
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With the emergence of the Internet of things (IoT), human life is now progressing towards smartification faster than ever before. Thus, smart cities become automated in different aspects such as business, education, economy, medicine, and urban areas. Since smartification requires a variety of dynamic information in different urban dimensions, mobi...
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In 2020, COVID-19 became the chief concern of the world and is still reflected widely in all social networks. Each day, users post millions of tweets and comments on this subject, which contain significant implicit information about the public opinion. In this regard, a dataset of COVID-related tweets in English language is collected, which consist...
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One of the most important incidents in the world in 2020 is the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Users on social networks publish a large number of comments about this event. These comments contain important hidden information of public opinion regarding this pandemic. In this research, a large number of Coronavirus-related tweets are considered and an...
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Weaning decision for the patients on a mechanical ventilation (MV) device is often made based on personal judgments and experiences, which results in longer MV length of stay and higher costs. Therefore, the present study aimed to the effect of application of Burn's wean assessment program on MV length of stay among the patients hospitalized in int...

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