Sakib Haque

Sakib Haque
The Islamia University of Bahawalpur | IUB · Business School

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Source code summarization involves creating brief descriptions of source code in natural language. These descriptions are a key component of software documentation such as JavaDocs. Automatic code summarization is a prized target of software engineering research, due to the high value summaries have to programmers and the simultaneously high cost o...
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Source code summarization of a subroutine is the task of writing a short, natural language description of that subroutine. The description usually serves in documentation aimed at programmers, where even brief phrase (e.g. "compresses data to a zip file") can help readers rapidly comprehend what a subroutine does without resorting to reading the co...
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Source code summarization is the task of creating short, natural language descriptions of source code. Code summarization is the backbone of much software documentation such as JavaDocs, in which very brief comments such as "adds the customer object" help programmers quickly understand a snippet of code. In recent years, automatic code summarizatio...
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Software documentation largely consists of short, natural language summaries of the subroutines in the software. These summaries help programmers quickly understand what a subroutine does without having to read the source code him or herself. The task of writing these descriptions is called "source code summarization" and has been a target of resea...
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Automatic source code summarization is the task of generating natural language descriptions for source code. Automatic code summarization is a rapidly expanding research area, especially as the community has taken greater advantage of advances in neural network and AI technologies. In general, source code summariza-tion techniques use the source co...
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Automatic source code summarization is the task of generating natural language descriptions for source code. Automatic code summarization is a rapidly expanding research area, especially as the community has taken greater advantage of advances in neural network and AI technologies. In general, source code summarization techniques use the source cod...
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The study was aimed at evaluating various biological actions of widely consumed Areca catechu nut. The nut's ethanolic extract exhibited cytotoxicity (lung cancer cell line), embryotoxicity (chick embryo), phytotoxicity (Lemna minor), insecticidal (Rhyzopertha Dominica), anti-bacterial (Pseudomonas aeruginosa), anti-fungal (Microsporum canis) and m...
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The quantum efficiency and reflectivity of thick, back-illuminated CCD's being fabricated at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for astronomical applications are modeled and compared with experiments. The treatment differs from standard thin-film optics in that (a) absorption is permitted in any film, (b) the 200–500 μm thick silicon substra...
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We describe improvements in CCD performance that have been achieved on 4k×4k, (15 μm)²-pixel, fully depleted CCDs for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) [1]. With respect to our previous work on CCDs for the Dark Energy Camera and the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey, our goals for the DESI CCD development were to improve read n...
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Abstract: A co-ordinated variety trial of turmeric in twelve selected genotypes were organized in the year 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16 in experimental plots of the field gene banks of Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya in order to investigate the best performing varieties against the local (TCP-2) and national check variety (Prativa). Parameters wh...
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Cuscuta reflexa (Convolvulaceae), is commonly known as amarbel or akashbel. In Bangladesh and Nepal some of the tribes use C. reflexa against edema, body ache, cancer, skin infections and liver disorders. Despite its traditional uses there is no information regarding genotoxic effects of either the plant extract or its pure compounds. Methanolic ex...
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ABSTARCT A co ordinated variety trial of turmeric in seven selected germplasms were organised in the year 2010, 2011 and 2012 in experimental plots of the field gene banks of Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya in order to investigate the best performing varieties against the check (TCP-2). The characterizations were done in accordance with the norms...
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We describe research and development efforts directed towards the production of 4 k × 4 k, 15 μm-pixel, fully depleted CCDs for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI). The requirements for DESI include the spectroscopic characterization of large numbers of faint galaxies at high redshift. The identification of the type and the determinatio...
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Fixed prosthetic restoration has become a primary treatment option for the replacement of congenitally missing lateral incisors where adequate Implant restorations have limited use due to many factors. The central incisor and canine often erupt less than optimal positions adjacent to the edentulous lateral incisor space, and therefore preprosthetic...
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Surgical correction of Dentofacial Deformities is the work of many surgeons but the orthodontist are very much involved in preparing the patients for surgery. This case report describes treatment for severe skeletal Class III with excessive reverse overjet by pre-surgical orthodontic treatment followed by bilateral sagittal split osteotomy (BSSO)....
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The importance of maxillary canine impaction is that it may compromise dental health , particularly because a small but significant proportion of impacted canine is associated with the resorption of the roots of neighbouring teeth. A few cases of impacted upper canines, premolar and central incisors of different ages are presented. Although the bes...
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We describe work at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) to develop enhanced performance, fully depleted, back-illuminated charge-coupled devices for astronomy and astrophysics. The CCDs are fabricated on high-resistivity substrates and are typically 200-300 μm thick for improved near-infrared response. The primary research and development...
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We describe the design and optimization of low-noise, single-stage output amplifiers for p-channel charge-coupled devices (CCDs) used for scientific applications in astronomy and other fields. The CCDs are fabricated on highresistivity, 4000-5000 Ω-cm, n-type silicon substrates. Single-stage amplifiers with different output structure designs and te...
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Our studies, and those of several other laboratories, appear to us to support a co-receptor function for CD4. While this does not deny the possible accessory molecule function of these interesting cell surface proteins, it is our belief that their role in T-cell activation can be understood more readily in terms of their functioning as part of the...
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The main objective of this research project is develop an expert system module, based on a back propagation feed forward artificial neural networks (ANNs), for the diagnosis of hepatitis C and compare its performance with other existing computer based decision support systems. The ANN based system was developed with a commercially available softwar...
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Java with its large number of application programming interfaces (APIs) which includes provisions for database connectivity, signal processing and advanced security features is ideally suited for enterprise-wide biomedical applications. In this paper we report the use of some of the Java APIs used in developing a clinical database system with Java...
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The main objective of this project is to develop an expert system module that uses the clinical decision criteria of experts in the neonatology field to advice paramedical and semi-skilled personnel who require guidance to diagnose the etiology of neonatal jaundice. The project was developed with a commercially available software package EXSYS (Mul...
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The photogeneration of free amines or diamines from soluble organic precursors such as photoactive 2-nitrobenzyl carbamates is useful for the imidization of polymers containing amic acid or amic ester moieties. The base-catalyzed reaction occurs at lower temperatures than the non-catalyzed thermal process and is applicable to the patterning of poly...
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A battery of tests for dyspraxia and agnosia was administered to 51 chronic schizophrenic patients to test the hypothesis that these cortical neurological signs are associated with psychomotor poverty syndrome (poverty of speech, flat affect, decreased spontaneous movement), disorganization syndrome (various disorders of the form of thought, inappr...
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The photogeneration of free amines or diamines from soluble organic precursors such as photoactive 2-nitrobenzyl carbamates is useful for the imidization of polymers containing amic acid or amic ester groups as part of their main-chain or their side-chain. The base-catalyzed reaction occurs at lower temperatures than the noncatalyzed thermal proces...
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In recent years, exploration of the distinction between positive and negative symptoms of schizophrenia has provided a fruitful basis for attempts to relate the clinical features of schizophrenia to the accumulating evidence of brain abnormalities in schizophrenic patients. By 1982, there was an extensive body of evidence supporting the hypothesis...
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Anti-L3T4 antibodies have different functional effects on different ligands that activate a cloned, L3T4+ helper T cell line. It is reported here that some of these effects involve positive or negative signaling induced by cross-linking L3T4 molecules, because such effects are not observed using the Fab fragment of anti-L3T4. However, the Fab fragm...
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MHC restricted T cells can be divided into two subsets based on the mutually exclusive expression of the cell surface differentiation antigens L3T4 and Lyt-2 in the mouse. Expression of the L3T4 marker is correlated most strictly with recognition of foreign antigen in association with self class II MHC molecules, or Ia molecules. Less stringently c...

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