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Wireless Android Based Home Automation System

Muhammad Tanveer Riaz, Eman Manzoor Ahmed, Fariha Durrani, Muhammad Asim Mond
2017 Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems  
This manuscript presents a prototype and design implementation of an advance home automation system that uses Wi-Fi technology as a network infrastructure connecting its parts. The proposed system consists of two main components; the first part is the server, which presents system core that manages and controls user's home. Users and system administrator can locally (Local Area Network) or remotely (internet) manage and control the system. Second part is the hardware interface module, which
more » ... ides appropriate interface to sensors and actuator of home automation system. Unlike most of the available home automation system in the market, the proposed system is scalable that one server can manage many hardware interface modules as long as it exists within network coverage. System supports a wide range of home automation devices like appliances, power management components, and security components. The proposed system is better in terms of the flexibility and scalability than the commercially available home automation systems.
doi:10.25046/aj020128 fatcat:zxewkzrngfh5dasqp7a7kg7i3m

Identification and Prioritization of Cloud based Global Software Development Best Practices

Muhammad Azeem Akbar, Sajjad Mahmood, Hussain AlSalman, Abdul Razzaq, Abdu Gumaei, Muhammad Tanveer Riaz
2020 IEEE Access  
The cloud based global software development (CGSD) is the most widely adopted development paradigm in software industry. The CGSD offers significant economic and strategic benefits; besides, various complexities are faced by the practitioners while deploying CGSD. Hence, this study aims to identify and prioritize the best practices that are important for the success and progression of CGSD paradigm. Using the systematic literature review a total of 30 best practices were identified and were
more » ... her verified with industry experts using questionnaire survey study. The identified best practices were further prioritize using fuzzy-AHP approach. The fuzzy-AHP is novel in this domain as it successfully applied in other engineering domain to address the multicriteria decision making problems. The findings of this study will provide a prioritization-based taxonomy of the investigated best practices which assists the academic researchers and industry experts to develop and revise the strategies of CGSD. INDEX TERMS Cloud based global software development (CGSD), Best practices, Fuzzy-AHP
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3031365 fatcat:zno6rh5zavfubcgo3b4vverlc4

Requirements Change Management Challenges of Global Software Development: An Empirical Investigation

Muhammad Azeem Akbar, Wishal Naveed, Abeer Abdulaziz Alsanad, Lulwah AlSuwaidan, Ahmed Alsanad, Abdu Gumaei, Muhammad Shafiq, Muhammad Tanveer Riaz
2020 IEEE Access  
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3035829 fatcat:yzj7h545cnerveovheq4dlcgmy

Diabetes Score questionnaire for lifestyle change in patients with type 2 diabetes

Muhammad Jawad Hashim, Syed Muhammad Nurulain, Maryam Riaz, Arooj Tanveer, Mahwish Iqbal
2020 Clinical Diabetology  
Background. Designed for use in clinical settings, the Diabetes Score is a 10-item, one-page questionnaire for discussing lifestyle change. We aimed to evaluate the Diabetes Score questionnaire for its validity and acceptability among individuals with type 2 diabetes. Methods. An observational study was conducted using interviewer-administered questionnaires to adult patients with type 2 diabetes at three ambulatory clinics. We used the Diabetes Score questionnaire for measuring adherence to
more » ... t, exercise and other lifestyle recommendations. The questionnaire yields an intuitive score ranging from 0 to 100, by addition of each of the 10 items which are rated as 0, 5 or 10 by the patient. A score of more than 60 was considered satisfactory. results. A total of 311 patients, 56% females, with a median age of 55 years (range: 23 to 87) participated in the study. Diabetes Score correlated with glycemic control, hbA 1c (r = -0.20) and blood glucose (r = -0.25; P < 0.001), indicating validity. reliability was demonstrated by internal consistency (alpha .577) and discriminant factor analysis. Based on multivaria-te modeling, an improvement of 30 points on the Diabetes Score corresponded to a drop in hbA 1c by 1.0%-unit (11 mmol/mol). Conclusion. Diabetes Score is a valid and reliable tool for empowering lifestyle and behavior modification among patients with diabetes mellitus. This brief and free-to-use questionnaire has the potential to be used in diabetes clinics to discuss behavior change. It can serve as the first-line intervention in diabetes patients while reducing the cost of diabetes care. (Clin Diabetol 2020; 9; 6: 379-386)
doi:10.5603/dk.2020.0043 fatcat:qbahoyjn7jd6jcbdo72oowd37a

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy: experience at a tertiary level hospital

Muhammad Tanveer Sajid, Syed Mukarram Hussain, Riaz Anwar Bashir, Quratul Ain Mustafa, Muhammad Ahmed, Abdul Halim, Irfan Shukr, Muhammad Ahmed
2014 Journal of Ayub Medical College  
Cholecystectomy is the most frequently performed abdominal operation and currently laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) is considered gold standard being performed in 90% cases of symptomatic gallstones in USA since 1992. The aim of the study was to determine results obtained with LC at our setup. This observational case series study was conducted in department of General Surgery, Combined Military Hospital, Rawalpindi, from August 2009 to August 2011. The study participants were patients of both
more » ... ender aged 14-75 years undergoing LC. Surgery was performed by consultant as well as resident surgeon. Demographic variables, intraoperative findings, mean operation time, hospital stay, conversion rate, morbidity and mortality were evaluated. Factors influencing rate of conversion were also studied. A total of 504 patients were included. Mean age was 42.64 years (range 14-75 years) with a female: male ratio of 3.9:1.2. Comorbidities were found in 36.7% patients. Main indication of surgery was symptomatic cholelithiasis (78.57%). Mean operative time was 40.1 ± 6.9 minutes which increased to 75.12 ± 8.9 minutes in converted cases (p-value .000). Mean hospital stay was 1.89 ± 1.1 days that significantly increased in converted cases (5.7 ± 1.6 days) (p-value .000). Major surgical complications occurred in 3.17% patients. Common bile duct injury (CBDI) was found in 04 cases (0.79%). Conversion to laparotomy was required in 3.97% cases. Factors that influenced the rate of conversion included: age > 60 years, acute cholecystitis, coexisting diseases, ASA grade III/IV and inexperienced surgeon (p-value .000). Total complication rate was 3.56%, morbidity being 3.17% and mortality 0.39%. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy offers shorter hospital stay and low morbidity/mortality. The operative time is short and procedure is standard, safe and effective method both for uncomplicated and complicated cholelithiasis.
pmid:25603683 fatcat:7ygdyl6w2fanvftnhqvwhe3mv4

Multicriteria Decision Making Taxonomy of Cloud-based Global Software Development Motivators

Muhammad Azeem Akbar, Hussain Alsalman, Arif Ali Khan, Sajjad Mahmood, Chandrashekhar Meshram, Abdu Gumaei, Muhammad Tanveer Riaz
2020 IEEE Access  
The software organizations widely consider the cloud based global software development (CGSD) as it offer the quality projects with low cast. The adoption of CGSD is challenging due to the geographical distance between practitioners. This study aims to identify and analyses the motivators that could positively impact the implementation of CGSD paradigm. The systematic literature review approach was applied to identify the CGSD motivators reported in the literature, and were further validated
more » ... h industry experts using questionnaire survey study. Moreover, the fuzzy-AHP approach was applied to prioritize the investigated motivators concerning their significance for the successful adoption of CGSD. The findings of the study provide the prioritization-based taxonomy of the investigated motivators that assists the software organizations to develop and revise their strategies for the successful implementation of CGSD. INDEX TERMS Cloud-based global software development, motivators, systematic literature review, fuzzy-AHP
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3030124 fatcat:zamiuyrza5gq5clg6do4zuljgq

The Prescribed Fixed Structure Intelligent Robust Control of an Electrohydraulic Servo System

Muhammad Zia Ur Rahman, Muhammad Tanveer Riaz, M. M. Sayed Al Mahmud, Mohsin Rizwan, Muhammad Ahmad Choudhry, Ewa Rak
2022 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
The paper is focused to design a robust and a simple fixed structure H ∞ control synthesis for an Electrohydraulic Servo System (EHSS) and comparing its performance with the conventional H ∞ controller and the classical proportional integral derivative (PID) controller. The precise position tracking of the piston load of EHSS system using classical PID controller is a difficult task due to some non-linear properties of EHSS and the dynamic behaviour of its parameters. The conventional H ∞
more » ... llers also have constraints on gain ( H ∞ norm) for typical design requirement such as the speed of response, higher order, complex structure, control bandwidth, and robust stability. To overcome the above limitations, the proposed synthesis is formulated in the MATLAB. The proposed synthesis has fixed order and fixed structure and is also a linear robust controller. The control parameters of proposed synthesis are tuned using Genetic Algorithm optimization in MATLAB. Another advantage of this design is to use higher order complex shaping fillers to shape the close loop sensitivity S s and complementary sensitivity T s for the desired robust performance, without effecting the structure fixed of proposed synthesis. The order of the proposed controller is not affected by using the higher order complex weights transfer functions W s s and W T s on sensitivity and complementary sensitivity, respectively, whereas the structure of the conventional H ∞ controller becomes more complex due to higher order shaping weights. Model of the Electrohydraulic Servo System is validated experimentally, and results of proposed robust synthesis are compared with conventional H ∞ controller and the classical PID.
doi:10.1155/2022/5144602 fatcat:7xzalgxssvbn5nvhfdwayyvhfm

Effectiveness and Comparison of Digital Substations Over Conventional Substations

Aashir Waleed, Umar Siddique Virk, Muhammad Tanveer Riaz, Shaikh Bilal Mehmood, Saeed Ahmad, Muhammad Rameez Javed, Ali Raza
2019 Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems  
Muhammad Nasir for his assistance on data organization and guidance for writing.  ... 
doi:10.25046/aj040452 fatcat:eneeruhxlrff5dhzdslcrgyxqm

Topological Data Analysis with Spherical Fuzzy Soft AHP-TOPSIS for Environmental Mitigation System

Muhammad Riaz, Shaista Tanveer, Dragan Pamucar, Dong-Sheng Qin
2022 Mathematics  
The topological structure of an N-soft set and soft rough sets, and their applicability to MCGDM, were proposed and demonstrated by Riaz et al. [47] [48] [49] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/math10111826 fatcat:jnlfsqwhlzf3xbtilkijleaghe

Quantification of angiogenic characteristics of Naproxen sodium through chorioallantoic membrane assay

Hafiz Muhammad Shoaib Zahid, Tanveer Ahmed Khan, Muhammad Ijaz-ul-Haq, Humayun Riaz, Syed Atif Raza, Zia Mohy-ud-din Khan
2017 Biomedical Research and Therapy  
Author contribution Hafiz Muhammad Shoaib Zahid conducted the research, Tanveer Ahmed Khan performed data analysis, Muhammad Ijaz-ul-Haq drafted the manuscript, Humayun Riaz reviewed the manuscript, Syed  ... 
doi:10.15419/bmrat.v4i05.167 fatcat:rkb425wafbahnfkcboghio4vj4

Variations in Morphological Characters and Antioxidant Potential of Different Plant Parts of Four Ziziphus Mill. Species from the Cholistan

Muhammad Umair Riaz, Muhammad Ali Raza, Amjad Saeed, Mukhtar Ahmed, Tanveer Hussain
2021 Plants  
Genus Ziziphus (Z.) contains various important species in tropical and subtropical regions that are globally famous for their food and medicinal uses. However, no comprehensive study was available on the morphology and phytochemistry of Ziziphus species, mainly under different growth conditions, i.e., irrigated and desert (Cholistan). Therefore, this study was carried out to evaluate the morphological and phytochemical characteristics of Ziziphus species, i.e., Z. jujuba, Z. mauritiana, Z.
more » ... -christi, and Z. nummularia, found in the irrigated and desert conditions. Our results revealed significant variations for most of the measured parameters, showing a large-scale diversity among Ziziphus species under irrigated and desert conditions. Specifically, Ziziphus species showed better morphology of all measured parameters of leaves and fruits under irrigated conditions compared to desert conditions, indicating that the optimum water availability in irrigated conditions improved the morphological parameters of Z. species. Meanwhile, among all Ziziphus species, the maximum leaf length (7.4 cm), leaf width (4.1 cm), leaf area (30.6 cm2), and leaf petiole length (1.3 cm) were observed for Z. jujuba, and the highest leaf dry weight (55.4%) was recorded for Z. mauritiana. Similarly, the highest fruit length (3.9 cm), fruit stalk length (1.5 cm), fruit diameter (3.6 cm), fruit width (3.8 cm), fruit area (66.1 cm2), seed length (2 cm), and seed diameter (1.1 cm) were measured for species Z. jujuba, while the maximum fruit dry weight (49.9%) and seed width (1.4 cm) were recorded for species Z. nummularia. Interestingly, compared to irrigated conditions, higher values of bioactive contents, i.e., phenol, flavonoid, and antioxidant activity, in fruits and leaves of Ziziphus species under desert conditions indicated the positive impact of desert climate on the phytochemistry of the Z. plants. Among Ziziphus species, Z. nummularia accumulated the maximum fruit phenols (304.4 mg GAE/100 g), leaf phenols (314.2 mg GAE/100 g), fruit flavonoids (123.7 mg QE/100 g), and leaf flavonoids (113.4 mg QE/100 g). Overall, this study demonstrated the significant morphological and phytochemical variations of the Ziziphus species under irrigated and desert conditions, which could be utilized for future studies to improve the production and medicinal potential of the Ziziphus, especially in desert areas.
doi:10.3390/plants10122734 pmid:34961205 pmcid:PMC8704945 fatcat:jyinothcffdnbed43furn2vkba

Phytochemical evaluation and antioxidant activities in flower and leaves of Cassia fistula and Terminalia arjuna

Komal Nawwal, Amjad Saeed, Tanveer Hussain, Sana Ajmal, Anum Choudry, Muhammad Umair, Muhammad Altaf, Junaid Nasir, Umair Riaz, Muhammad Babar, Raja Muhammad Rameez Khan, Muhammad H. Hamed (+2 others)
2021 Pakistan Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology  
Abstract: The plants Cassia fistula and Terminalia arjuna are medicinally important and produce leaves and colourful blossoms that belong to the Caesalpinioideae of the legume family and the family of Combretaceae. The antioxidant, hydrogen peroxide, and phytochemical assessment (qualitative and quantitative) of methanolic and ethanolic extracts of Cassia fistula and Terminalia arjuna flowers and leaves were investigated in this work. In qualitative phytochemical evaluation, the presence of ten
more » ... different chemicals of varying degrees and classes was observed, and alkaloids, steroids, tannis, glycosides, saponins, flavonoids, and terpinoids were confirmed during qualitative screening. During quantitative analysis, the Cassia fistula L. leaves showed the highest TFC (32.783A ± 0.073) and the TPC was observed highest in Terminalia arjuna flowers (42.800A ± 0.028). The highest DPPH percentage was recorded in C. fistula flowers (21.825A ± 0.069) compared to its lowest value observed in C. fistula leaves (10.660B ± 0.053). The highest hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) scavenging activity among both plants was found in C. fistula (12.526A ± 0.146) and the lowest in its leaves (7.1470B ± 0.045). The methanolic extracts showed promising antioxidant activity. The presence of bioactive components in the leaves and flowers of Terminalia arjuna and Cassia fistula suggests that these flowers and leaves might be used as a phytochemical source and are also effective and safe as natural remedies. The biochemical analysis proved that the extracts of Cassia fistula and Terminalia arjuna plants have glycosides, flavonoids, and alkaloids that play a role in antioxidant activity.
doi:10.52700/pjbb.v2i2.84 fatcat:7vduk2asp5flhizowrxf6f47di

Improving Growth Performance of Jatropha curcas by Inducing Polyploidy through Colchicine Treatment

Syed Amir Manzoor, Asim Riaz, Tanzeela Zafar, Muhammad Hassan, Hafiz Muhammad Imran Umar, Javed Hassan, Waseem Alam, Saleh Muhammad, Mudassir Mahmood, Hamza Sohail, Tanveer Aslam, Feehan Hassan (+2 others)
2016 American Journal of Plant Sciences  
This study was planned to assess genetic variation in Jatropha curcas as affected by colchichine treatments. During the experiment, seeds of Jatropha curcas were collected from mature and healthy Jatropha plants and were soaked in different concentrations of colchicines. The second treatment was that of time of soaking (seeds were soaked in different concentrations for different time durations). The results clearly revealed that by increasing the concentration of colchicine treatment,
more » ... like stomatal density, and size of the guard cells were reduced.
doi:10.4236/ajps.2016.76070 fatcat:h2gzm6wl3badzlhx4x44nerexe

Biochemical changes in Conocarpus species under saline soils of Lal Suhanra National Park, Bahawalpur

Amjad Saeed, Tanveer Hussain, Anum Choudry, Muhammad Umair, Muhammad Altaf, Umair Riaz, Ahtesham ul Hassan, Muhammad Asif Khan, Zafar Iqbal, Mansoor Ali, Rana Haroon Maqsood, Muhammad Furqan Shaheen
2021 Pakistan Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology  
Research Article Biochemical changes in Conocarpus species under saline soils of Lal Suhanra National Park, Bahawalpur Amjad Saeed1, Tanveer Hussain1, Anum choudry1, Muhammad Umair2, Muhammad Altaf1, Umair  ...  Riaz1, Ahtesham ul Hassan1, Muhammad Asif Khan3, Zafar Iqbal4, Mansoor Ali4, Rana Haroon Maqsood4, Muhammad Furqan Shaheen5 1 Department of Forestry, Range  ... 
doi:10.52700/pjbb.v2i2.85 fatcat:ikeu5gbrfrfyhnemsym36sobsi

Classification of Hand Movements Using MYO Armband on an Embedded Platform

Haider Ali Javaid, Mohsin Islam Tiwana, Ahmed Alsanad, Javaid Iqbal, Muhammad Tanveer Riaz, Saeed Ahmad, Faisal Abdulaziz Almisned
2021 Electronics  
The study proposed the classification and recognition of hand gestures using electromyography (EMG) signals for controlling the upper limb prosthesis. In this research, the EMG signals were measured through an embedded system by wearing a band of MYO gesture control. In order to observe the behavior of these change movements, the EMG data was acquired from 10 healthy subjects (five male and five females) performing four upper limb movements. After extracting EMG data from MYO, the supervised
more » ... ssification approach was applied to recognize the different hand movements. The classification was performed with a 5-fold cross-validation technique under the supervision of Quadratic discriminant analysis (QDA), support vector machine (SVM), random forest, gradient boosted, ensemble (bagged tree), and ensemble (subspace K-Nearest Neighbors) classifier. The execution of these classifiers shows the overall accuracy of 83.9% in the case of ensemble (bagged tree) which is higher than other classifiers. Additionally, in this research an embedded system-based classification approach of hand movement was used for designing an upper limb prosthesis. This approach is different than previous techniques as MYO is used with an external Bluetooth module and different libraries that make its movement and performance boundless. The results of this study also inferred the operations which were easy for hand recognition and can be used for developing a powerful, efficient, and flexible prosthetic design in the future.
doi:10.3390/electronics10111322 fatcat:mhfj2wgmtjg45pxjabypkzt7z4
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