Tamer Abukhalil

Tamer Abukhalil
Al-Hussein Bin Talal University | AHU · Department of Computer Science

PhD

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Introduction
Mobile Robotic Systems. Digital Image Processing. Vehicular Technology
Additional affiliations
September 2011 - December 2014
University of Bridgeport
Position
  • Teaching Asistant

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Publications (26)
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Prevention of cervical cancer becomes essential and is carried out by the use of Pap smear images. Pap smear test analysis is laborious and tiresome work performed visually using a cytopathologist. Therefore, automated cervical cancer diagnosis using automated methods are necessary. This paper designs an optimal deep learning based Inception model...
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Offensive posts in the social media that are inappropriate for a specific age, level of maturity, or impression are quite often destined more to unadult than adult participants. Nowadays, the growth in the number of the masked offensive words in the social media is one of the ethically challenging problems. Thus, there has been growing interest in...
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Job searching for the proper vacancy among several choices is one of the most important decision-making problems. The necessity of dealing with uncertainty in such real-world problems has been a long-term research challenge which has originated from different methodologies and theories. The main contribution of this work is to match the applicant c...
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This study proposed offensive extraction approach which relies on using Soundex algorithm and Permuterm index
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Sign languages are the most basic and natural form of languages which were used even before the evolution of spoken languages. These sign languages were developed using various sign "gestures" that are made using hand palm. Such gestures are called "hand gestures". Hand gestures are being widely used as an international assistive communication meth...
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This paper brings into discussion the problem of recognizing Arabic numbers using a monocular camera as the only sensor. When a digital image is presented, optical character recognition (OCR) can be exploited to comprehend numerical data. However, there has been a limited success when applied to the handwritten Arabic (Indian) numbers. This study a...
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The key contribution in this research work is introducing a technique that can be used to avoid unknown objects to a mobile robot. Most vision-based obstacle avoidance systems tend to have high computational complexity in order to compensate for accuracy. The proposed method tries to overcome that using pattern recognition of two laser pointers in...
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Mobile robots typically run using finite energy resources, supplied by finite batteries. The limitation of energy resources requires human intervention for recharging the batteries. To reduce human intervention, this work focuses on coordinating power in a group of robots. A power optimization subroutine provides some sense of distribution of power...
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This paper presents a method to estimate gasoline fuel consumption using the onboard vehicle information system OBD-II (Onboard Diagnoses-II). Multiple vehicles were used on a test route so that their consumption can be compared. The relationships between fuel consumption and both of the engine speed are measured in RPM (revolutions per minute), an...
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Adoption of new innovated technologies has become an important requirement for a successful development and implementation of computer systems. Mobile cloud learning is a relatively recent paradigm shift that provides significant promise for meeting future education development and delivery requirements based on mobile cloud computing. The focal po...
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The objective of this work is to develop a framework that can deploy and provide coordination between multiple heterogeneous agents when a swarm robotic system adopts a decentralized approach; each robot evaluates its relative rank among the other robots in terms of travel distance and cost to the goal. Accordingly, robots are allocated to the sub-...
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In this work we present the hardware architecture of a mobile heterogeneous robot swarm, designed and implemented at the Interdisciplinary Robotics, Intelligent Sensing and Control (RISC) Laboratory, University of Bridgeport. Most of the recent advances in swarm robotics have mainly focused on homogeneous robot swarms and their applications. Develo...
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The goal of this work is the development of a task-oriented software application that facilitates the rapid deployment of multiple robotic agents. The task solutions are created at run-time and executed by the agents in a centralized or decentralized fashion. Tasks are divided into smaller sub-tasks which are then assigned to the optimal number of...
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In this poster we described the hardware architecture of an inexpensive, heterogeneous, mobile robot swarm, designed and developed at RISC lab, University of Bridgeport. Each UB robot swarm is equipped with sensors, actuators, control and communication units, power supply, and interconnection mechanism. Robot swarms have become a new research parad...
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This article presents a high-level configuration and task assignment software package that distributes algorithms on a swarm of robots. The software allows the robots to operate in a swarm fashion. When the swarm robotic system adopts a decentralized approach, the desired collective behaviors emerge from local decisions made by the robots themselve...
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This paper presents the results of a comprehensive investigation of the current state of swarm robotics research, organizing and classifying that research into a preliminary taxonomy. We aim to provide an analysis of existing swarm systems in an attempt to define the starting point of potential algorithms leading to the development of a new swarm s...
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Swarm robotics is one of the most fascinating and new research areas of recent decades, and one of the grand challenges of robotics is the design of swarm robots that are self-sufficient. This can be crucial for robots exposed to environments that are unstructured or not easily accessible for a human operator, such as the inside of a blood vessel,...
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This paper presents the results of a comprehensive investigation of the current state of swarm robotics research, organizing and classifying that research into a preliminary taxonomy. We aim to provide an analysis of existing swarm systems in an attempt to define the starting point of potential algorithms leading to the development of a new swarm s...
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Swarmrobotics is one of themost fascinating and new research areas of recent decades, and one of the grand challenges of robotics is the design of swarm robots that are self-sufficient.This can be crucial for robots exposed to environments that are unstructured or not easily accessible for a human operator, such as the inside of a blood vessel, a c...

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Projects (4)
Archived project
To Develop a Smart Job Searching System
Project
To develop a Smart Hand gesture Recognition System
Archived project
TO DEVELOBE ROBOT NAVIGATION SYSTEM USING LASER AND A MONOCULAR CAMERA