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  • Authors: Zainab H., Ali; John F., Zaki; Nora, El-Rashidy;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2023)

    Thus, ensuring efficient and reliable data delivery. This paper aims to introduce a Software architecture for Road Network. The architecture is based on fog computing and aims to improve the overall performance in vehicular networks. The proposed architecture is a new routing design for the urban system to accomplish low energy consumption and operational efficiency in data delivery. The integration between the software-defined networks and fog computing platform in the proposed architecture aids to address the high rate of data transmission. Historically, this high rate negatively affected network capacity and power consumption.

  • Authors: Nora, El-Rashidy; Nesma E., ElSayed; Amir, El-Ghamry;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2023)

    Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is one of the pregnancy complications that poses a significant risk on mothers and babies as well. GDM usually diagnosed at 22–26 of gestation. However, the early prediction is desirable as it may contribute to decrease the risk. The continuous monitoring for mother’s vital signs helps in predicting any deterioration during pregnancy. The originality of this paper is to provide comprehensive framework for pregnancy women monitoring. The proposed Data Replacement and Prediction Framework consists of three layers which are: (i) IoT Layer, (ii) Fog Layer, and (iii) Cloud Layer.

  • Authors: Nora, El-Rashidy; Ahmed, Sedik; Ali I., Siam;  Advisor: -;  Co-Author: - (2023)

    Emergency medicine (EM) is one of the attractive research fields in which researchers investigate their efforts to diagnose and treat unforeseen illnesses or injuries. There are many tests and observations are involved in EM. Detection of the level of consciousness is one of these observations, which can be detected using several methods. Among these methods, the automatic estimation of the Glasgow coma scale (GCS) is studied in this paper. The GCS is a medical score used to describe a patient’s level of consciousness. This type of scoring system requires medical examination that may not be available with the shortage of the medical expert. Therefore, the automatic medical calculation for a patient’s level of consciousness is highly needed.