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Software release management challenges in industry: An exploratory study
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Seyed Danesh Amir, Reza Saybani Mahmoud, Yahya Seyed Danesh Seyed
2013 African Journal of Business Management  
Despite the importance of release management for delivering a good quality software release, responders were still asking themselves how to Danesh et al. 8053 find new proper tool(s) for new release.  ... 
doi:10.5897/ajbm10.1098 fatcat:4nog6dakhvevnkynup63aikygu

Explaining psychological well-being with the role of attachment to God and the feeling of shame and sin

Seyed Javad Khoramrooz, Ghavam Moltafet, Mohamadreza Firoozi
2018 Armaghane Danesh Bimonthly Journal  
and Aim: Psychological well-being is a branch of positive psychology, which has been increasingly sought after by psychologists and counselors. Psychological well-being, which is one of the indicators of mental health, is a translation of positive emotions and general satisfaction from one's life and others in different areas of family, education and occupation, and has emotional components as well as cognitive components. The cognitive component represents the individual's satisfaction from
more » ... e and the individual's assessment of various aspects of life and the emotional component of the interpreter is the relative presence of positive emotions and the absence of negative excitement. This research aims to explain psychological well-being based on attachment to God and psychological well-being. Methods: Non-experimental research and its design were correlated. The statistical population included 328 students in Yasuj University. They were selected by multi-stage cluster sampling. After attending the classroom and obtaining satisfaction and providing the necessary explanations, a questionnaire was provided to them. From scales of attachment to God, Cricket Patrick, psychological well-being of Allen Watterman, and the feelings of shame and guilt of Tajni and Deiring. In this research, after collecting the data, using the questionnaire technique, the final data were extracted and analyzed using the software (Amos) version 24 (spss) version 18. Conclusion: Those who have a good attachment to God have a favorable psychological well-being. Also, analysis of the results showed that there is a positive and significant relationship between feeling of shame and sin with psychological well-being and attachment to God. Benjamin can be said that attachment to God and the feeling of shame and sin affects psychological well-being and mental health.
doaj:76b03bf416f946039f6dfdf174d91a0f fatcat:2urar4fn5zev7nsm4hqajsvc4y

Comparison and Investigation of Re-planning Methods for Software Releases

Amir Seyed Danesh
2011 Journal of clean energy technologies  
Therefore, it can be said changes are the main vital parts of Comparison and Investigation of Re-planning Methods for Software Releases Amir Seyed Danesh software and having a software without changes  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijcte.2011.v3.327 fatcat:wcstwsfzljgkhnjfbge6ubgxom

Software release planning challenges in software development: An empirical study

Amir Seyed Danesh
2012 African Journal of Business Management  
These Danesh and Ahmad 957 methods are based on a number of variables to be estimated by experts.  ...  In ILS, Danesh and Ahmad 963 the monitoring process was regular and it is performed once a month.  ... 
doi:10.5897/ajbm11.1519 fatcat:hj2se2ojpnckzpjlmcqridv4su

Preparation of Papers for Journal of Advances in Computer Networks

Amir Seyed Danesh, Rodina Ahmad, Seyed Mahdi Zargarnataj
2014 International Journal of Computer and Communication Engineering  
Toward a Pattern-Based Release Planning Amir Seyed Danesh, Rodina Ahmad, and Seyed Mahdi Zargarnataj International Journal of Computer and Communication Engineering, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 2014 .Fig  ...  Amir Seyed Danesh and Rodina Ahmad are with the Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya, 50603, Kuala Lumpur (e-mail: amir_s_d@siswa.um.edu.my  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijcce.2014.v3.290 fatcat:lw2w5yinuvexvabj6ydrucu4sa

Frontal Sinus Agenesis Using Computed Tomography

Seyed Amir Danesh-Sani, Reza Bavandi, Maryam Esmaili
2011 The Journal of craniofacial surgery (Print)  
Özet Amaç: Paranazal sinuslar, allerjik hastalıklardan ve enfeksiyonlardan oldukça fazla etkilenen bölgeler olup bu bölgelerin morfolojik yapısının anlaşılması cerrahi olarak büyük önem arz etmektedir. Çalışmamızın amacı, bilgisayarlı tomografi (BT) kesitlerini kullanarak kadın ve erkek bireylerdeki sinus frontalis hacmini stereolojik olarak değerlendirmektir. Gereç ve Yöntem: Bu çalışma herhangi bir sinus frontalis hastalığı olmayan yaşları 20-60 arasında değişen 140 kişinin (70 erkek, 70
more » ... ) BT görüntüleri üzerinde yapıldı. Sinus frontalis hacimleri, koronal planda alınan kesitler üzerinde Cavalieri prensibi doğrultusunda planimetri metodu kullanılarak stereolojik olarak hesaplandı. Bulgular: Kadın ve erkek bireylerin verileri istatistiksel olarak karşılaştırıldığında, erkek bireylerin sinus frontalis hacimlerinin daha yüksek olduğu belirlendi. Kadınların sinus frontalis hacimleri ortalama olarak 4,04±1,84 cm 3 , erkeklerinki ise 7,02±2,78 cm 3 olarak bulundu. Tartışma: BT, manyetik rezonans ve üç boyutlu görüntüleme tekniklerinin kullanılmaya başlaması ile birlikte paranazal sinusların görüntülenmesinde de büyük ilerleme kaydedilmiştir. Çalışmamızda planimetri metodu kullanılarak erişkin bireylerdeki sinus frontalis hacimleri ölçülmüş ve erkek bireylerde belirgin olarak daha yüksek olarak saptanmıştır. Sinus frontalis yaygın asimetrik gelişim gösteren paranazal sinuslardan biri olduğu için hacminin araştırılması klinik olarak önem arz etmektedir. Sonuç olarak; sinus frontalis'in hacminin belirlenmesinin inflamatuar sinus hastalıkları, sinus frontalis travmaları ve endoskopik sinus cerrahisi açısından hekimlere önemli katkı sağlayacağı kanaatindeyiz. Abstract Aim: Paranasal sinuses are the anatomic regions that are frequently affected by allergic diseases and infections, thus it is substantial to comprehend the morphological structure of these regions for surgery. The aim of our study is to obtain stereological evaluation of frontal sinus volumes of female and male individuals by using computerized tomography (CT). Material and Method: This study assessed the CT images of 140 cases (70 male, 70 female) were at the age of 20 to 60 years and didn't have a disease of frontal sinus. Frontal sinus volumes were calculated stereologically on coronal plane sections by using planimetric method via Cavalieri principle. Results: When the data of male and female individuals were compared statistically; it was observed that frontal sinus volumes of men were larger. Average frontal sinus volume of women was 4,04 ±1,84 cm 3 and it was 7,02 ±2,78 cm 3 for men. Discussion: Significant advancement was obtained for paranasal sinus imaging by the use of CT, magnetic resonance imaging and three dimensional imaging techniques. In our study, frontal sinus volumes of adult individuals were measured by using planimetry method and it was detected significantly larger in men. Since frontal sinus is one of the paranasal sinuses that reveal asymmetrical development, it is clinically important to seek out its volume. In conclusion; we think that determination of the frontal sinus volume will make a major contribution to physicians for inflammatory sinus diseases, frontal sinus traumas and endoscopic sinus surgery.
doi:10.1097/scs.0b013e318231e26c pmid:22134322 fatcat:md5v4y6e5rao5nd4653hqvs7ea

Oral Advertise or Mouth to Mouth Advertise Effective Methods of Advertisement in Marketing

Seyed Yahya Seyed Danesh, Hamid Reza Alipour, Sara Golban
2013 Nigerian Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review  
In today's world and new conditions of market we are forced that think to target advertising. Among the various methods of advertising and marketing oral marketing or word of mouth has gained most important among marketers. So that oral advertising is most efficient and effective methods of advertising in marketing. Given the importance of this issue and advertising role of oral effective in current marketing it seems should be manage this phenomenon effectively and with conscious measures will
more » ... benefit its advantages. Because, organizations without the knowledge of how consumer behavior and its understand will not be have ability to adopt appropriate action. However, consumer behavior stems particular beliefs and attitudes in their cultural values. Culture is general and complex concept that includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities. 38 significant impact in consumer choice and also it has special effects on the understanding that consumer is obtained from product (Gruen et al, 2006) . Thus may be there are different motivations in use or production of oral advertise. Previous Research 1. Investigated Oral Advertising and Analysis of its effect on the attract rural tourists : Case Study Paveh rural Nouri Et al. 2012 Research findings indicate that visited tourists to Paveh to a great extent have used from oral advertising as main source of their travel information. According to the findings and effective factors on its effectiveness provides ability to attract more tourists to study area. Reviews the relationship between cultural values and word of mouth marketing among University students of Guilan Asgari 2012 The results of his study was confirmed relationship between all dimensions of Hofstede cultural values apart from the individual on the word of mouth marketing. Cultural differences in effects of oral advertising on the Changes of communication services Schumann 2010 Their results showed that perceived oral advertising has significant positive effect on the perceived service quality of customer. Also oral advertising has significant effect on the evaluation of customer with high avoid uncertainty than customers with low avoid uncertainty.
doi:10.12816/0003705 fatcat:7ekkomqfjredhi2gzpgzh2p5hi

Companies Approaches in Software Release Planning – Based on Multiple Case Studies

Amir Seyed Danesh, Rodina Ahmad, Mahmoud Reza Saybani, Amjed Tahir
2012 Journal of Software  
Amir Seyed Danesh is a PhD student at University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia since 2008 in the department of Software Engineering.  ... 
doi:10.4304/jsw.7.2.471-478 fatcat:jompkz723ne2tkjgnr3eimwfpm

The predictive role of aortic propagation velocity for coronary artery disease

Fereshteh Ghaderi, Hossein Samim, Faeze Keihanian, Seyed Ali Danesh Sani
2018 BMC Cardiovascular Disorders  
It is well recognized that cardio-vascular risk factors lead to histological and functional changes in aorta, and aortic stiffness is the best predictor of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. In this study we evaluated the relation of a less evaluated echocardiographic parameter of aortic stiffness, aortic propagation velocity (APV) with the presence and severity of CAD. Methods: This cross sectional study was conducted from May 2015 to March 2016 in Imam Reza hospital, Mashhad, Iran.
more » ... y patients who were referred for elective coronary artery angiography were enrolled. Patients were divided into two sub-groups based on angiographic findings: patients with CAD (38 patients, 54.3%) and non-CAD (32 patients, 45.7%). Transthoracic echocardiography was performed using the conventional 2D and color M-Mode imaging. Aortic propagation velocity (APV), aortic strain (AS) and distensibility (AD) were measured. The presence and Severity of CAD (assessing by syntax score) and their relation with aortic stiffness indices were assessed. Results: Aortic strain (6.23 ± 1.93% versus 11.66 ± 4.86%, P < 0.0001), distensibility (2.46 ± 0.91 vs 5.57 ± 2.25 cm 2 dyn-110-3, P < 0.0001) and APV (48.63 ± 10.31 cm/sec vs 77.75 ± 9.97 cm/s, P < 0.0001) were significantly decreased in CAD group compared with non-CAD group. In our study, APV showed significant inverse relationship with CAD. Based on our results, APV less than 56 cm/sec could be used to predict CAD with sensitivity and specificity of 96.9 and 78.9% respectively. We also found an inverse correlation between APV and severity of CAD. Conclusion: Aortic strain, AD and APV (a less evaluated echocardiographic index) showed significant inverse correlation with presence and severity of CAD.
doi:10.1186/s12872-018-0854-9 pmid:29914383 pmcid:PMC6006674 fatcat:pnpf575qqzbbpg752rlpn7hgdy

ai-corona: Radiologist-Assistant Deep Learning Framework for COVID-19 Diagnosis in Chest CT Scans [article]

Mehdi Yousefzadeh, Parsa Esfahanian, Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Movahed, Saeid Gorgin, Reza Lashgari, Dara Rahmati, Arda Kiani, Shahram Kahkouee, Seyed Alireza Nadji, Sara Haseli, Meisam Hoseinyazdi, Jafar Roshandel (+4 others)
2020 medRxiv   pre-print
With the global outbreak of COVID-19 epidemic since early 2020, there has been considerable attention on CT-based diagnosis as an effective and reliable method. Recently, the advent of deep learning in medical diagnosis has been well proven. Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) can be used to detect the COVID-19 infection imaging features in a chest CT scan. We introduce ai-corona, a radiologist-assistant deep learning framework for COVID-19 infection diagnosis using the chest CT scans. Method:
more » ... ur dataset comprises 2121 cases of axial spiral chest CT scans in three classes; COVID-19 abnormal, non COVID-19 abnormal, and normal, from which 1764 cases were used for training and 357 cases for validation. The training set was annotated using the reports of two experienced radiologists. The COVID-19 abnormal class validation set was annotated using the general consensus of a collective of criteria that indicate COVID-19 infection. Moreover, the validation sets for the non COVID-19 abnormal and the normal classes were annotated by a different experienced radiologist. ai-corona constitutes a CNN-based feature extractor conjoined with an average pooling and a fully-connected layer to classify a given chest CT scan into the three aforementioned classes. Results: We compare the diagnosis performance of ai-corona, radiologists, and model-assisted radiologists for six combinations of distinguishing between the three mentioned classes, including COVID-19 abnormal vs. others, COVID-19 abnormal vs. normal, COVID-19 abnormal vs. non COVID-19 abnormal, non COVID-19 abnormal vs. others, normal vs. others, and normal vs. abnormal. ai-corona achieves an AUC score of 0.989 (95% CI: 0.984, 0.994), 0.997 (95% CI: 0.995, 0.999), 0.986 (95% CI: 0.981, 0.991), 0.959 (95% CI: 0.944, 0.974), 0.978 (95% CI: 0.968, 0.988), and 0.961 (95% CI: 0.951, 0.971) in each combination, respectively. By employing Bayesian statistics to calculate the accuracies at a 95% confidence interval, ai-corona surpasses the radiologists in distinguishing between the COVID-19 abnormal class and the other two classes (especially the non COVID-19 abnormal class). Our results show that radiologists diagnostic performance improves when incorporating ai-coronas prediction. In addition, we also show that RT-PCRs diagnosis has a much lower sensitivity compared to all the other methods. Conclusion: ai-corona is a radiologist-assistant deep learning framework for fast and accurate COVID19 diagnosis in chest CT scans. Our results ascertain that our framework, as a reliable detection tool, also improves experts diagnosis performance and helps especially in diagnosing non-typical COVID-19 cases or non COVID-19 abnormal cases that manifest COVID-19 imaging features in chest CT scan. Our framework is available at: ai-corona.com
doi:10.1101/2020.05.04.20082081 fatcat:xwyefyijgraz7p7u3y6jpdz4ee

HBV/HCV Co-infection in Iran: A Seroepidemiological Based Study

Shahryar Semnani ., Gholamreza Roshandel ., Nafiseh Abdolahi ., Sima Besharat ., Abbas-Ali Keshtkar ., Hamidreza Joshaqani ., Abdolvahab Moradi ., Khodaberdi Kalavi ., Mohammad Javad Kabir ., Seyed Ahmad Hosseini ., Danial Roshandel ., Seyed Mehdi Sedaqat . (+1 others)
2006 Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences  
The aim of this study was to determine the seroprevalence of HCV in HBsAg positive subjects. In a population based single stage cluster sampling in Golestan province of Iran, 139 HBsAg positive subjects were detected and enrolled in the study. Serum samples were tested using ELISA method for anti-HCV antibodies. Chi-square and Fisher's exact tests were used to compare the proportions. There were 68(48.9%) male and 71 (51.1 % ) female. The mean age was 41.89±11.30 years (25-64 years). One case
more » ... s excluded because of inadequate blood sampling. Anti-HCV antibody was positive in 17(12.3%) of 138 remaining subjects. Seropositivity of HCV in female was higher than male (14.1 % versus 10.4%, respectively) but the difference was not statistically significant (p = 0.52). No significant relationship was seen between Anti-HCV seroprevalence and demographic factors such as age, place of residence and marital status. The seroprevalence of co-infection with HBV and HCV in our study was higher than such reports from some colllltries (Italy); but it was in line with worldwide prevalence (> 10% ). A careful longitudinal evaluation of the viremia levels of both HBV!HCV viruses is essential for making a correct diagnosis and tailoring the appropriate therapeutic schedule in co-infected patients.
doi:10.3923/pjbs.2006.2538.2540 fatcat:3qr4edbmvzdjzmgy22v4iafr4m

Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) versus Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)

Arash Habibi Lashkari, Masood Mansoor, Amir Seyed Danesh
2009 2009 International Conference on Signal Processing Systems  
Wireless technology has been gaining rapid popularity for some years. Adaptation of a standard depends on the ease of use and level of security it provides. In this case, contrast between wireless usage and security standards show that the security is not keeping up with the growth paste of end user's usage. Current wireless technologies in use allow hackers to monitor and even change the integrity of transmitted data. Lack of rigid security standards has caused companies to invest millions on
more » ... ecuring their wireless networks. There are three major types of security standards in wireless. In our previous paper which was presented in ICFCC2009 Conference in Kuala Lumpur and published by IEEE Computer Society [1], we explained the structure of WEP as a first wireless security standard and discussed all its versions, problems and improvements. Now, we try to explain all of WPA versions and problems with the best solutions and finally make a comparison between WEP and WPA. Then we are in the next phase which is to explain the structure of last standard (WPA2) and we hope that we will publish a complete comparison among wireless security techniques in the near future and recommend a new proposal as a new protocol.
doi:10.1109/icsps.2009.87 fatcat:2i32cl3ranculg3tg5ivitudlq

Using Exclusive Web Crawlers to Store Better Results in Search Engines'Database

Ali Tourani, Amir Seyed Danesh
2013 International journal of Web & Semantic Technology  
Crawler-based search engines are the mostly used search engines among web and Internet users , involve web crawling, storing in database, ranking, indexing and displaying to the user. But it is noteworthy that because of increasing changes in web sites search engines suffer high time and transfers costs which are consumed to investigate the existence of each page in database while crawling, updating database and even investigating its existence in any crawling operations. "Exclusive Web
more » ... proposes guidelines for crawling features, links, media and other elements and to store crawling results in a certain table in its database on the web. With doing this, search engines store each site's tables in their databases and implement their ranking results on them. Thus, accuracy of data in every table (and its being up-to-date) is ensured and no 404 result is shown in search results since, in fact, this data crawler crawls data entered by webmaster and the database stores whatever he wants to display. Keywords exclusive crawler, search engine, crawler, database 1.Introduction Searching is a daily activity of many people. Individuals deal with this task every day. The need to search enhances along with the increasing demand for more knowledge and information. Also, in computer science search and communication are among most important items so that they can be seen in most applications, programs and even on the web and Internet. Nowadays the Internet contains millions of information containing pages. Knowing a site's address users can connect it and use its resources and information. In order to reach this huge information resource human has began to increasingly use search engines. For this reason search engines repeat their crawling, ranking and indexing operations every day. [12] Among these daily operations crawling specifies the most basic function of a search engine. The biggest search engines of the world do this operation in offline mode (query is not accomplished while entering but it is already done) [16] and its optimization does not influence response received by the user but better results can be embedded in the database through optimization. [17] Making webmasters responsible for storing operations through "exclusive crawlers" it can be expected that better results are observed in output sent to the user by filling the search engine's
doi:10.5121/ijwest.2013.4201 fatcat:7bkmfo67jjhstfhisqns5q3gmu

Prevalence of hepatitis D virus infection in hepatitis B surface antigen-positive subjects in Golestan province, northeast Iran

Gholamreza Roshandel, Shahryar Semnani, Nafiseh Abdolahi, Sima Besharat, Abbas Ali Keshtkar, Hamidreza Joshaqani, Abdolvahab Moradi, Khodaberdi Kalavi, Ali Jabbari, Mohammad Javad Kabir, Seyed Ahmad Hosseini, Seyed Mehdi Sedaqat (+3 others)
2008 Journal of Microbiology, Immunology and Infection  
Hepatitis D virus (HDV) is a defective RNA virus dependent on hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection for its replication and expression. It is known that coexistent infection with HDV tends to aggravate the course of HBV-associated liver disease. This study was carried out to determine the seroprevalence of HDV among hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)-positive individuals in the northeast part of Iran. 139 HBsAg-positive subjects detected from a population-based single stage cluster sampling in
more » ... stan province of Iran were enrolled. All cases were evaluated for the presence of anti-HDV antibodies using commercially available enzyme-linked immunoabsorbent assay kits. Logistic regression was used to determine the relationship between independent variables and HDV seropositivity. Of 139 cases, 68 were males (48.9%) and 71 were females (51.1%). The mean age was 41.9 +/- 11.3 years (range, 25-64 years). Anti-HDV antibody was positive in 8 subjects (5.8%), with a female predominance (9.9% vs 1.5%, p=0.06; odds ratio, 7.32; 95% confidence interval, 0.87-61.23). No significant relationship was seen between anti-HDV seropositivity and demographic factors such as age, place of residence and marital status. These findings show that HDV infection is endemic in Golestan province (northeast) of Iran. Seroprevalence of anti-HDV in the present study was higher than in some previous studies from other parts of Iran. Our results suggest that the prevalence of HBV/HDV coinfection in Golestan province of Iran has increased during the last decade. Therefore, practitioners and health care managers should be made aware of the risk of dual infection with HBV and HDV.
pmid:18629418 fatcat:ivvfxlrcmjdyjptzvamvahqveq

A novel aptamer-based DNA diamond nanostructure for in vivo targeted delivery of epirubicin to cancer cells

Khalil Abnous, Noor Mohammad Danesh, Mohammad Ramezani, Parirokh Lavaee, Seyed Hamid Jalalian, Rezvan Yazdian-Robati, Ahmad Sarreshtehdar Emrani, Koroush Yousefi Hassanabad, Seyed Mohammad Taghdisi
2017 RSC Advances  
The clinical administration of epirubicin (Epi) in the treatment of cancer has been restricted, owing to its cardiotoxicity.
doi:10.1039/c6ra28234b fatcat:6dv3jfkeu5g6nb2nb5l3jbclhe
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