I am an academic and a researcher in Computer Sciences. My main research areas are optimization, decision support,  evolutionary computation, multi-objective optimization, meta-heuristics, intelligent computing and their applications, AI, HCI  and software engineering, . Currently, I am  an assistant professor in the Department of Software Engineering, College of Computer  and Information Science. 



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The SWE-496 Graduation Project-I is the first part of a senior design and development software project that will give the chance to students to apply the knowledge they acquired in the...
Software system engineering and organization methods; work breakdown structure and task determination; effort, duration and cost estimation; scheduling and planning. Monitoring and control...
In this course, students should study the following topics: characteristics and advantages of the database management systems (DBMS), database concepts and architecture; data models,...
Hyper-heuristics have drawn increasing attention from the research community in recent years. In this study , we propose an extended choice function based hyper-heuristic for multi-...
Hyper-heuristics have drawn increasing attention from the research community in recent years, although their roots can be traced back to the 1960’s. They perform a search over the space of...
In this study, the performance of three multi-objective selection choice function based hyper-heuristics that are combined with different move acceptance strategies including all-moves (AM...
نشر هذا المقال في المجلة الثقافية اصدار 76 يناير 2012 صفحة 42 من ثلاجتي الى قناة السويس  ...عقل حاسوبي لم يكتشف!!!          ترتيب الثلاجة ومحاولة اكتشاف الطريقة المثلي لإحتواء الثلاجة بأكبر...