Muhammad Wannous

Muhammad Wannous
Higher Colleges of Technology

PhD

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9 Research Items
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Introduction
Muhammad Wannous currently works at the Graduate School of Information Technology, Kobe Institute of Computing. Muhammad does research in Engineering Education, Communication Engineering and Computer Engineering. Their most recent publication is 'An Experimental Evaluation of a Cloud-Based Virtual Computer Laboratory Using Openstack'.
Additional affiliations
October 2016 - present
Kobe Institute of Computing
Position
  • Lecturer
November 2015 - September 2016
Kumamoto University
Position
  • Reasearch Assistant
November 2013 - October 2015
Kumamoto University
Position
  • Postdoctoral Fellow Researcher
Education
April 2009 - March 2011
Kumamoto University
Field of study
  • Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
April 2007 - March 2009
Kumamoto University
Field of study
  • Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
September 1993 - August 1998
Damascus University
Field of study
  • Electronics Engineering

Publications

Publications (19)
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Objectives: Availability of new techniques may affect surgeons' procedure selection and thereby affect clinical outcomes. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of the availability of virtual-assisted lung mapping on the selection of lung resection methods. Methods: Members of the Japanese Association for Chest Surgeons were invited to particip...
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Background Although the global market of Mobile Health Apps (mHealth apps) continues to grow dramatically, most mHealth apps still not only lack evidence base but have even not been evaluated for the basic usability or functionality. The User Version of the Mobile App Rating Scale (uMARS) was developed to allow end users to assess mHealth apps obje...
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Background: We developed a new smartphone application to record images of daily meals and physical symptoms for postoperative gastrointestinal patients. Methods: Patients took pictures of their daily meals and uploaded them on the researcher’s server. They also entered the appetite, physical condition, and digestive symptoms. Two dietitians quantit...
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In Japan there are various systems that provide information about nature condition or disasters such as Japan Metrological Agency (JMA) , safety tips app, FMYY radio station , Yurekuru call etc., However, most of the foreign community living in Japan don't have sufficient awareness and knowledge of such systems. FMYY staff produced a large amount o...
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While preparing for the publishing of this paper the armed conflict in Syria entered its 5th year. This conflict had severely affected all aspect of life in this country, but nothing was completely devastated. The educational system is one example that could so far survive this situation despite all difficulties and destruction. However, during suc...
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As a result of the war situation in Syria, several private universities had to completely close their campuses and move into safer places inside the capital city Damascus. This huge step made it possible to keep the educational process going on at these universities. However, in the new places even small tasks like commuting and distributing the co...
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Due to the ongoing fight situation in Syria, most of the private universities around the capital Damascus had to abandon their campuses and move to safer locations inside the city. In the case of the authors the new place was not equipped with any system for enabling the delivery of course contents over the Internet. Further more, university admini...
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Web-based laboratories have become so popular in educational institutions for the great benefits these labs bring and ease of use. They have been successfully implemented in a wide range of subjects, but we still need to build training facilities for the uncovered/new branches of learning. In general, the structure of the laboratory varies dependin...
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We are developing a system that can embed algebraic manipulations, mathematical formulas and graphs in web pages without any plug-ins by using a mashup approach. The web page loaded from any web sites as a learning management system (or loaded as a local file) can embed algebraic manipulations and visualize mathematical formulas using MathML by acc...
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Tools utilizing the web-server's logs for monitoring and analyzing the users' behavior are used in many fields where the Internet plays a major role as in e-commerce and e-learning. These tools are very useful for tracking the learning activities of the students in web-based Course Management Systems (CMS). While the logs can be customized to inclu...
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The need for scheduling appears wherever the number of users in any system exceeds the number of its resources. This can be applied to any educational or training-delivery institution where the users are the students and the resources are the laboratory equipments, for example. While some institutions decided to buy or design their own scheduling s...
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creating a learning environment that is suitable for ICT courses involves not only preparing the necessary materials and designing the laboratory tools to be used, but also the process of evaluating these materials and tools in order to improve them and enhance the learning-outcomes. In this contribution we demonstrate how we applied this approach...
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Educational and training-providinginstitutions are increasingly depending on the web-based Learning Management System (LMS) for delivering course-contents in both on-campus and distance classes. This system offers an easily-accessible environment with various tools for managing learners and courses, and for producing rich contents. However, beside...
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In various ICT courses, it is necessary to establish a proper space where each learner has access to a set of network devices with which he/she can build and test networks with different structures and components. This will enable the learners to practice working on multiple devices as in the case of real world context, and freely apply modificatio...
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In a web-based e-learning environment, we expect the necessary knowledge and laboratory activities to be delivered to learners without requiring their on campus presence. Within this frame, our work focuses on designing a system that can serve in building web-based labs capable of delivering the required skills and hands-on training related to comp...

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NVLab is a web-based laboratory for ICT courses. It implements Cloud technologies in instantiating a number of Virtual Devices and making them available for inclusion on courses delivered through any LMS. The project aims to: 1- Contribute to the efforts to define a standard for online laboratories. 2- Test combinations of technical tools and technologies in constructing the laboratory. 3- Carry experiments with the laboratory to gather feedback about the user experiences.