Hina Gull

Hina Gull
Imam Abdul Rahman bin Faisal University · Department of Computer (Dammam)

Masters in Sciences of Computer Software Engineering

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COVID-19 has accelerated the digital transformation in the business sector as many business organizations adopted electronic commerce to keep their operations running. Business organizations have also increased their participation on social networking applications to attract customers. Due to huge presence of users, social networking sites have als...
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Digital transformation of businesses has seen tremendous growth recently, moreover, COVID-19 has increased online shopping. However, it is important for businesses that customers’ online shopping experience is secure and joyful. In this paper, customers’ security perception regarding some leading mobile commerce applications in Saudi Arabia is expl...
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Program outcome assessment is a complex process that demands careful planning and resources in order to accurately assess higher-order thinking skills. A well-defined assessment approach provides detailed insights into program weaknesses and leads to continuous improvement. Whereas a poor assessment approach does not reflect the underlying weakness...
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Modern human life is heavily dependent on computing systems and one of the core components affecting the performance of these systems is underlying operating system. Operating systems need to be upgraded to match the needs of modern-day systems relying on Internet of Things, Fog computing and Mobile based applications. The scheduling algorithm of t...
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COVID-19 has transformed human life and the new normal has transformed the business and social practices of humans. Such changes have also affected the education sector where conventional learning is transformed to online learning and assessments have resulted in online assessments. Such transformation is not a technological shift, but it has long-...
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COVID-19-related lockdowns have changed the human work practices in all spheres of life including the higher education sector. Conventional classrooms have had to be transformed to online classrooms, which required readiness from technical infrastructure and human usage perspective. In this chapter, we present the results of a qualitative study con...
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Coronavirus pandemic has affected the normal work routine of individuals across the globe. Majority of governments have responded to this pandemic by imposing curfews and lockdown to flatten the curve of virus spread. This situation helped to minimize the virus spread but movement restrictions coupled with fear of getting infected may increase ment...
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In this paper,we propose a random-access model for describing several wireless communication technologies. These networks have found application in the construction of wireless sensor networks, and the proposed model can be used for flows with different properties, considering the corresponding distribution functions. The model considers the techni...
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As social animals, we are in need to communicate, collaborate and express our feelings and thoughts. But today our way of communication has changed; internet and social media occupied the imperious part of our lives. Now, community depend upon social media more than face to face communication to express themselves. But the use and role of social me...
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In this paper, we have explored the web 2.0 usage practices for academic activities of undergraduate students in Pakistan. This cross-sectional study was carried out using an online questionnaire and later the data was analyzed. The results highlight that the students are using web 2.0 in their academic communication and this can be further improve...
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In this paper, we have explored the web 2.0 usage practices for academic activities of undergraduate students in Pakistan. This cross-sectional study was carried out using an online questionnaire and later the data was analyzed. The results highlight that the students are using web 2.0 in their academic communication and this can be further improve...
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Despite advancements in computing resources, resource optimization is still a relevant research domain. Advent of cloud computing environments and big data applications require optimized computing resource usage, as a result traditional approaches of process scheduling need to be further improved. In this paper, we present two variations of round r...
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In this paper the authors explore the usage of Web 2.0 by the Saudi female students for their information and knowledge sharing. The results are based on a survey conducted in one of the public sector universities in Saudi Arabia. Questionnaire is developed to get insight about the usage of social media by female students. The results highlighted t...
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Government websites are the easy sources of getting access to the services offered by governmental organizations. These websites provide manifold benefits to their users i.e. efficiency of use, cost decline, effective communication between citizens and government, delivery of different service, transparency and time saving. However, users cannot ge...
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In this paper we have presented validation of proposed usability driven web based software process model (UdWbM) through simulation. We have used Software Engineering gaming tool SimSE for making simulation of a system (taken as case study) by following the steps proposed by the model. Simulation was also developed for some existing models using th...
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Despite the widespread use of online applications and websites, inadequate attention is paid to their usability aspect. Always there is a need to evaluate the usability of these applications and website specially the educational one to improve their user friendliness. The idea behind this research is to evaluate the usability of an educational webs...
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Sorting is technique by which elements are arranged in a particular order following some characteristic or law [1]. In this paper we presented an algorithm called as Relative Concatenate Sort, which is based on the idea of Selection Sort, but it divides the list into two. After dividing the list it takes the average of both halves of the list. Comp...
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CPU Scheduling is a vital discipline which helps us gain deep insight into the complex set of policies and mechanisms used to govern the order in which tasks are executed by the processor. This article proposes an efficient Shortest Job Round Robin (SJRR) CPU Scheduling algorithm having better average waiting time (AWT) and average turnaround time...
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Sorting is an important concept in the field of Computer Sciences. In this paper we presents an incremental sorting algorithm, which traverses the list in both directions (right and left) comparing first element of the list, with next two elements, and comparing last element with previous two elements in the list. Similarly by iteratively scanning...
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The development lifecycle of software comprises of four major stages namely Requirement Elicitation, Designing, Coding and Testing. A software process model is the basic framework which gives a workflow from one stage to the next. This workflow is a guideline for successful planning, organization and final execution of the software project. This ar...
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In this paper we have proposed a novel software process model for web based applications. This model is based on the empirical study carried out by us and also by the literature review of software development models. Model consists of three phases: Requirement Engineering, Design and Implementation. Model contains certain sub activities in each pha...
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The software system goes through a number of stages during its life and a software process model gives a standard format for planning, organizing and running a project. The article presents a new software development process model named as 'Divide and Conquer Process Model', based on the idea first it divides the things to make them simple and then...
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Sorting algorithms and the sorting itself is an important concept in computational field. In this research study, we are proposing a unique sorting algorithm, based on assuming the first value as smallest and comparing it with the rest of the list and assuming the last value as biggest and comparing it with the rest of the list. Running cost analys...

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In this project we intend to develop best practices for effective course delivery and design quality processes pertaining to higher education.