Salim Mohammed Ali

Salim Mohammed Ali
Al-Nahrain University · Department of Networks Engineering

PhD in Information and Communication Engineering

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Introduction
Salim Mohammed Ali currently works at the Department of Networks Engineering, Al-Nahrain University. Salim does research in Telecommunications and Computer Engineering.

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Publications (15)
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DHCP is an important aspect in small and large networks, since it facilitates the IP configuration of computers. However, DHCP is vulnerable to different attacks; therefore, the essential objective of this paper is to propose solutions against DHCP attacks. The paper gives an explanation about how DHCP works and understand the handshake mechanism a...
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This paper involves the design of asymmetrical generalized Chebyshev low-pass filter realized with a suspended substrate strip line. The study presents the synthesis and design of an asymmetrical prototype with degree of 11, cutoff frequency of 2.5 GHz, better than 26 dB as passband return loss and a broad stopband rejection of 55 dB. The filter pr...
Conference Paper
Vehicular networks are becoming an important area in research in many aspects. One aspect is the shortest path problem, since vehicles are mobile and condensed in behaviour, finding the shortest path for all vehicles to their destinations simultaneously and repeatedly is a cumbersome task. In this paper, a known algorithm is used for finding multi-...
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V2X (Vehicle-to-Everything) evolution over cellular networks has been an excelling topic with the advances of high throughput and low latency LTE networks, and the introduction of 5G networks. According to recent researches, obtaining acceptable End-to-End (E2E) delay has been a challenging design process since data travels through several steps fr...
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Long term object tracking is becoming more popular with the introduction of the Tracking-Learning-Detection TLD algorithm, and yet it has not been fully optimized to operate in scalable environments. It is essential to address some sections of the algorithm in terms of intense computations in order to cope the real-time requirements and boost the o...
Research
A Reliability Improved Routing as a Qos Measure for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
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In the recent time, the huge expansion in the application of the real-time applications for smartphones resulted in new difficulties when it is time to develop new protocols for mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETS). Most important within these difficulties is to activate real-time applications for mobile ad-hoc networks which includes quality of service...
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Object tracking is a crucial field in computer vision that has many uses in human-computer interaction, security and surveillance, video communication and compression, augmented reality, traffic control, etc. Many implementations are introduced in practice, and yet recent methods emphasize on tracking objects adaptively by learning the object’s per...
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Building parallel models for most algorithms become an interesting field in researches. This presentation shows how TLD Algorithm for object tracking has been computationally analyzed and paralleled. OpenCL framework was used for real implementation.

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