Saed Tarapiah

Saed Tarapiah
An-Najah National University · Department of Telecommunication Engineering

PhD of Electronics Engineering-Telecom. Networks

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Introduction
Saed Tarapiah received the B.Sc. degree in computer eng. from An-Najah National University, in 2005 and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in telecom. eng. from Politecnico di Torino,in 2007 and 2011, respectively. In 2007, he was member of the AROMA project at Telecom Italia labs, TIM Turin. During 2009–2010, he was with MAESTRO Team, the National Research Institute of Informatics and Control (INRIA). He is currently an Associates Prof. with the Dept. of Telecom. Eng., An-Najah National University.
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April 2019 - present
An-Najah National University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
August 2011 - April 2019
An-Najah National University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
August 2011 - present
An-Najah National University
Position
  • Research Assistant

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Publications (41)
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The Wi-Fi-fingerprinting positioning method is used widely in indoor positioning environments due to its simplicity and wide coverage. However, in the offline phase of the method, the collection process is a fundamental and critical step that requires time and effort. Moreover, the location estimation process, which is executed in the second Wi-Fi-...
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VANET (Vehicular Ad-hoc Network) is an astute system innovation in remote correspondence where the vehicles go about as versatile hubs to share information with no focal passage for a wellbeing issue. The vehicles send some data about street status and traffic. Because of ongoing development of programming innovation, it gets important to make a st...
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In Printed Circuit Board (PCB) drilling machines, the location of the drill holes are fed into the machine and the PCB will be drilled at the corresponding coordinates. Some machines do not choose the optimal route when completing their tasks. Hence, this paper proposes an approach, which is based on the Algorithm Shortest Path Search Algorithm (SP...
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Hand held smart devices such as smart phones, Personal Digital Assistant (PDAs) and tablets are ubiquitous and touch almost all people’ life functions. In most cases, Hand held devices can be categorized as messaging-centric that conveying information in many form of electronic messages i.e. e-mail, Short Message Service (SMS) and instance messagin...
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WiMAX is a standard based on wireless technology that provides high throughput broadband connections over long distance. This technology can be used for numerous applications, including "last mile" broadban connections, hotspots and high-speed connectivity for business customers. This research paper has been conducted with cooperation with Palestin...
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In present paper, the principles of vibroacoustic diagnostics of precision machining parts made of hard-to-cut materials using cutting tools with ceramic cutting element are described. The series of experiments show the sensitivity of vibroacoustic signal to the cutting process parameters variation. The block diagram of newly designed information m...
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The human health becomes obsession for most people around the world, the heart diseases is one of many factors that threatens human lives, the objective of this paper is to provide medical intervention anywhere at any time using GSM and GPS technologies. This paper presents the design and implementation of a remote patient monitoring (RPM) system b...
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The human health becomes obsession for most people around the world, the heart diseases is one of many factors that threatens human lives, the objective of this paper is to provide medical intervention anywhere at any time using GSM and GPS technologies. This paper presents the design and implementation of a remote patient monitoring (RPM) system b...
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VANET (Vehicular Ad-hoc Network) is an intelligent network technology in wireless communication where the vehicles act as mobile nodes to share data without any central access point for a safety issue. The vehicles send some information about road status and traffic. Due to recent growth of software technology, it becomes necessary to make a step t...
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This paper demonstrates and explains the design and implementation of multiple alarm security system for smart home based on GSM technology and controlling based on android smartphone. Security is an important subject that could be added to a smart home system. Gathering all different security systems such as alarm, the fire alarm, access control,...
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This paper describes home automation system and its individual components and evaluates its performance. With a home automation system, people are able to program many objects to work automatically, which is automation of the home, housework or household activities. The paper presents a microprocessor-based smart home system. This paper demonstrate...
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This paper describes the switch architecture and its individual components and evaluates its performance. The growth of internet increases the range of future services that demand more network capacity and higher data rates. Network and system concepts are evolving accordingly using fiber-optic networks with transmission speeds more than 40 Gb/s as...
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Network design process is a very important in order to balance between the investment in the network and the supervises offered to the network user, taking into consideration, both minimizing the network investment cost, on the other hand, maximizing the quality of service offered to the customers as well. Partitioning the network to smaller sub-ne...
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Third Generation cellular networks (3G) were developed with the aim of offering high data rates up to 2Mbps and 384Kbps for stationary and mobile users respectively which allows the operators to offer a multimedia connectivity and other data services to the end customers. In this work we apply techniques to design a 3G radio network, in particular...
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Upgrading from Second Generation (2G) to Third Generation (3G) mobile networks is an important concept for every practicing telecommunications engineer and technical decision maker involved in 3G planning. Coverage and capacity are important issues in the planning process for cellular 3G mobile networks. The planning process aims to allow the maxim...
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Recently, remote monitoring systems have evolved to respond for particular needs in healthcare sector, which is an essential pillar in the modern concept of smart city, we propose a smart system to monitor patient current health conditions, as a smart healthcare system based on the widely spread available technologies; namely, GSM and GPS. Statisti...
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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) consist of large number of sensor nodes. Each node is empowered by a communication interface that is mainly characterized by low power, short transmission distance and minimal data rate such as the maximum data rate in ZigBee technology is 256 kbps, while approximately the physical transmission range between 10 to 20...
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This deliverable describes the potential economic advantages of using specific AROMA RRM/CRRM algorithms and solutions. The economical analysis is carried out taking into account selected scenarios, also providing specific business case based on potential market demands.
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The rapid increase of number of personal wireless communication equipped devices boosts the user service demands on wireless networks. Thus, the spectrum resource management in such networks becomes an important topic in the near future. Notwithstanding, typically, users equipped with multiple wireless interfaces, thus the access operational scenar...
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The scope of this paper is to provide a detailed description of the selected architecture and the functionalities considered for the AROMA project. This project focuses on a heterogeneous radio access network which includes several Radio Access Technologies (RAT) , namely; UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access Network (UTRAN), GSM/EDGE Radio Access Network...
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Current wireless access operational scenario is no longer based on a single Radio Access Technology (RAT): 3G cells and WLAN hot spots are partially overlapping the extensive coverage provided by 2G/2.5G systems. It is then quite obvious to investigate how to optimally exploit the plurality of RAT in order to efficiently use the radio resources gua...
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Broadcast and multicast operations which disseminate information network wide are important features in multi-hop wireless networks. This work shows how network coding can be applied in wireless in ad hoc networks. We focus on broadcast traffic and design a network coding-based scheme that we compare against simpler solutions, through extensive sim...
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Information technology (IT) has transformed many industries, from education to health care to government, and is now in the early stages of transforming transportation systems. Transportation faces many issues like high accidents rate in general, and much more rate in developing countries due to the lack of proper infrastructure for roads, is one o...
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Recently, many applications have been defined in order to track, monitor and notify vehicles either online or offline, in this work we focus on notifying subset of the vehicles based on their geographical location; such feature is called Geo-Casting, which is the process by which a traffic accident is automatically detected and relayed to the neare...
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Recently, different technologies have been deployed to assist and manage transportation. Many concentrated efforts in academia and industry point to a paradigm shift in intelligent transportation systems. Vehicles will carry computing and communication platforms, along with enhanced sensing capabilities. Transportation faces many issues like high a...
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WiFi-enabled buses and stops may form the backbone of a metropolitan delay tolerant network, that exploits nearby communications, temporary storage at stops, and predictable bus mobility to deliver non-real time information. This paper studies the problem of how to route data from its source to its destination in order to maximize the delivery prob...
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MAESTRO is an INRIA project-team whose members are located in Sophia Antipolis (S. Alouf, K. Avrachenkov, P. Nain, G. Neglia), at LIA in Avignon (E. Altman) and at LIRMM in Montpellier (A. JeanMarie). MAESTRO is concerned with the modeling, performance evaluation, optimization and control of stochastic Discrete-Event Dynamical Systems (DEDS), with...
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Network coding has recently emerged as an effective solution for multicast and broadcast communications in ad hoc networks. We focus on broadcast traffic and design a network coding-based scheme that we compare against simpler solutions, by using the network simulator ns-2. Indeed, while often the benefits of network coding have been shown via theo...
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In this paper, we evaluate the impact of random linear network coding, in a realistic ad hoc network environment through the network simulator ns-2. Using a realistic MAC layer, we observe the effects of packets loss and propagation delay on network coding. Next, we compare the performance of broadcasting based on network coding with that of two si...
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MAESTRO is an INRIA project-team whose members are located in Sophia Antipolis (S. Alouf, K. Avrachenkov, P. Nain, G. Neglia), at LIA in Avignon (E. Altman) and at LIRMM in Montpellier (A.-E. Baert and A. Jean-Marie). MAESTRO is concerned with the modeling, performance evaluation, optimization and control of stochastic Discrete-Event Dynamical Syst...

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I am interested in indoor repositioning in general and Wi-Fi fingerprint in particular.. could you propose recent interesting articles with case study .
Thanks
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Dear ALL, could you please provide me a well organized tutorial for beginners, and some available source code for scenarios to be tested.  
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Undergraduate students are willing to simulate vanet and understand its behaviour....the simulator recommended to be free source well documented and easy and user friendly GUI.
thank you 
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Hello Everybody.
I am interested to simulate radio interference when different radio technologies to be used in the same scenario, i.e. using IEEE802.11 and IEEE802.15.4.
I have read on the OMNET++/MiXiM/Inet the following Note: "NICs connected by different ConnectionManagers (here: 802.11 and
802.15.4) cannot interfere with each other yet."
my question, is there is any possible available way to simulate the interference? also, the developers say "not yet", do we expect them to support interference in the future? if yes, any Idea how long time is expected to get it?
thanks in advance
SAed
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Hello, I am using MiXiM/Inet with OMNET++, I am using in my NED design a hybrid wireless node, and when I run the simulation, it asks me to enter the NIC type, here is the message
Enter Parameter "hybrid.wirelessnode.nictype"
I would define, WiFi, B.T. and ZigBee.
What are the parameters to be fed?
Also, if I can fed them in .ini configuration file.
Thanks in advance.
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I would simulate a wireless node with multiple radio interfaces, say WiFi, B.T. and LR 802.15.4.
I have installed OMNET++ with MiXim and Inet tool.
Any direction is appreciated.

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