Mohammad Alshibli

Mohammad Alshibli
University of Bridgeport · Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Computer Science and Engineering

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Disassembly sequence planning (DSP) is a nondeterministic polynomial time (NP) complete problem, making the utilization of metaheuristic approaches a viable alternative. DSP aims at creating efficient algorithms for deriving the optimum or near-optimum disassembly sequence for a given product or a product family. The problem-specific nature of such...
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End-of-life (EOL) disassembly focuses on regaining the value embodied in products which are considered to have completed their useful lives due to a variety of reasons such as lack of technical functionality and/or lack of demand. Disassembly is known to possess unique characteristics due to possible changes in the EOL product structure and hence,...
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End-of-life disassembly has developed into a major research area within the sustainability paradigm, resulting in the emergence of several algorithms and structures proposing heuristics techniques such as Genetic Algorithm (GA), Ant Colony Optimization (ACO) and Neural Networks (NN). The performance of the proposed methodologies heavily depends on...
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WSNs) have become an important means of gathering environmental and physical information from a wide range of areas. WSNs could be used in underground, aboveground and underwater applications. In this paper, we focus on underwater transmission. One of the main limitations of WSNs is the power consumption and short lifetime of the sensors. In this p...

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