Mostafa Elgendy

Mostafa Elgendy
University of Pannonia, Veszprém · Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems

PhD Student - University of Pannonia - Hungary

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Introduction
Mostafa Elgendy currently works at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, University of Pannonia, Veszprém. Mostafa does research in Programming Languages, Distributed Computing and Parallel Computing. Their current project is 'application of IoT in Assistive Technologies'.

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Doing activities such as navigation is a big problem for people with visual impairment. It makes them inactive and isolates them from communicating with the people around them. A lot of technological interventions have been proposed to solve and overcome these problems. This paper proposes a solution to identify popular objects and avoid obstacles...
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Spatial ability is a cognitive skill and can be improved through time. It is made up of five various parts, one of which is spatial perception. Due to it, distances between people and/or objects can be estimated. As this skill can be improved through time and certain life experiences, a virtual reality-based serious game was developed to practice d...
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Background and Objective Daily activities such as shopping and navigating indoors are challenging problems for people with visual impairment. Researchers tried to find different solutions to help people with visual impairment navigate indoors and outdoors. Methods We applied deep learning to help visually impaired people navigate indoors using mar...
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People with visual impairment face a lot of difficulties in their daily activities. Several researches have been conducted to find smart solutions using mobile devices to help people with visual impairment perform tasks. This paper focuses on using assistive technology to help people with visual impairment in indoor navigation using markers. The es...
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People with visual impairment face various difficulties in their daily activities in comparison to people without visual impairment. Much research has been done to find smart solutions using mobile devices to help people with visual impairment perform tasks like shopping. One of the most challenging tasks for researchers is to create a solution tha...
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Nowadays, over a billion people are estimated to be living with disabilities. The lack of support services make them overly dependent on their families and prevent them from being socially included. A good solution is to use Mobile Assistive Technologies (MAT) to perform tasks in everyday lives, but one of the most important and challenging tasks i...
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Developing applications in virtual reality is one of the most dynamically growing areas in the field of Information Technology. The user base of these applications is increasing day by day as the user interaction becomes more easy due to the technological improvements. With the spread of the virtual reality technology new possibilities become avail...
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Recently as smart phones have merged into heavy applications like video editing and face recognition. These kinds of applications need intensive computational power, memory, and battery. A lot of researches solve this prob- lem by offloading applications to run on the Cloud due to its intensive storage and computation resources. However, none of th...
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Recently as smartphones have a wide range of capabilities a lot of heavy applications like gaming, video editing, and face recognition are now available. However, this kind of applications need intensive computational power, memory, and battery. A lot of researches solve this problem by offloading applications to run on the Cloud due to its intensi...

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- In research, when trying to implement an idea. how can i know that this idea is new and not implemented before?
- Also, if i found an implemented idea and applied it in my research. is this considered a new contribution or not?
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I want to send a method to run on cloud instead of running on mobile but before sending I want to ask is it better to run on cloud or mobile.
The answer of this question depend on some factors - one of these factors depends on the relation between CPU usage and its effect on battery usage. So I want to know any relations between them to know decide whether to offload or not, and a way to measure this relation.

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