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    • G-C3N4/Ag@CoWO4: A novel sunlight active ternary nanocomposite for potential photocatalytic degradation of rhodamine B dye 

      Hira, Ashiq; Nadeem, Nimra; Mansha, Asim; Iqbal, Javed; Yaseen, Muhammad; ... more authors ( Elsevier , 2022 , Article)
      Present study reports the fabrication of novel sunlight active heterogeneous photocatalyst, i.e. Ag@g-C3N4/CoWO4 for potential degradation of rhodamine B dye. The ternary nanocomposite was fabricated using thermal condensation ...
    • G-RAT | A novel graphical randomized authentication technique for consumer smart devices 

      Khan M.A.; Ud Din I.; Jadoon S.U.; Khan M.K.; Guizani M.; ... more authors ( Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. , 2019 , Article)
      User authentication is the process that is exercised millions of times around the globe by using different techniques and methods. The most prominent way of authentication is alphanumerical password forms that have been ...
    • Gaining or losing team ball possession: The dynamics of momentum perception and strategic choice in football coaches 

      Briki, Walid; Zoudji, Bachir ( Frontiers Media S.A. , 2019 , Article)
      Grounded in the dynamical systems approach, the present research examined the influence of team ball possession (TBP) in soccer on coaches' perceived psychological momentum (PM) and strategic choice (i.e., game-based "stick" ...
    • Gait recognition based on modified phase-only correlation 

      Rida, Imad; Almaadeed, Somaya; Bouridane, Ahmed ( Springer-Verlag London Ltd , 2016 , Article)
      Gait recognition is an emerging biometric technology aiming to identify people purely through the analysis of the way they walk. The technology has attracted interest as a method of identification because it is noncontact ...
    • Gait recognition for person re-identification 

      Elharrouss O.; Almaadeed N.; Al-Maadeed, Somaya; Bouridane A. ( Springer , 2021 , Article)
      Person re-identification across multiple cameras is an essential task in computer vision applications, particularly tracking the same person in different scenes. Gait recognition, which is the recognition based on the ...
    • Gallbladder cancer: 7-Year experience from Qatar 

      Sulieman I.; Elmoghazy W.; El Ansari W.; Elaffandi A.; Khalaf H. ( Elsevier Ltd , 2019 , Article)
      Thirty-five patients presented with GC during the study period, 10 females (28.6%) and 25 males (71.4%). Fourteen patients (40%) were diagnosed incidentally after laparoscopic cholecystectomy, 16 (48.6%) were diagnosed ...
    • Galvanic exchange as a novel method for carbon nitride supported coag catalyst synthesis for oxygen reduction and carbon dioxide conversion 

      Nazir, Roshan; Kumar, Anand; Ali, Sardar; Saad, Mohammed A.; Al-Marri, Mohammed J. ( MDPI AG , 2019 , Article)
      A bimetallic alloy of CoAg nanoparticles (NPs) on a carbon nitride (CN) surface was synthesized using a galvanic exchange process for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) and carbon dioxide electrocatalytic conversion. The ...
    • Game theoretic data privacy preservation: Equilibrium and pricing 

      Xu, Lei; Jiang, Chunxiao; Wang, Jian; Ren, Yong; Yuan, Jian; ... more authors ( Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. , 2015 , Conference Paper)
      Privacy issues arising in the process of collecting, publishing and mining individuals' personal data have attracted much attention in recent years. In this paper, we consider a scenario where a data collector collects ...
    • Game Theory Based Opportunistic Computation Offloading in Cloud-Enabled IoV 

      Liwang, Minghui; Wang, Jiexiang; Gao, Zhibin; Du, Xiaojiang; Guizani, Mohsen ( Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. , 2019 , Article)
      With the growing popularity of the fifth-generation (5G) wireless systems and cloud-enabled Internet of Vehicles, vehicular cloud has been introduced as a novel mobile device computing mode, which enables vehicles to offload ...
    • Game Theory for Anti-Jamming Strategy in Multichannel Slow Fading IoT Networks 

      Gouissem, Ala; Abualsaud, Khalid; Yaacoub, Elias; Khattab, Tamer; Guizani, Mohsen ( Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. , 2021 , Article)
      The open nature of the wireless communication medium renders it vulnerable to jamming attacks by malicious users. To detect their presence and to avoid such attacks, several techniques are present in the literature. Most ...
    • Game-based micro-learning approach for language vocabulary acquisition using LingoSnacks 

      Erradi, Abdelkarim; Hind, Almerekhi; Sajeda, Nahia ( IEEE , 2013 , Conference Paper)
      Acquisition of new vocabulary is an important element for language learning but it requires repeated and varied exposure to the new words and their usage. This paper reports the experience of designing and developing a ...
    • Gamification of e-Government services: A discussion of potential transformation 

      Al-Yafi, Karim; El-Masri, Mazen ( Association for Information Systems , 2016 , Conference Paper)
      Gamification has shown to be a valuable approach that enhances participants' engagement. In education, enhanced student engagement has proven to increase their learning effectiveness. In business, gamification permits ...
    • Gamma irradiation effects on polymethyl methacrylate 

      Al-Qaradawi, I. Y.; Abdulmalik, D. A.; Madi, N. K.; Almaadeed, M. ( WILEY-VCH Verlag , 2007 , Article)
      The effect of gamma-irradiation on the structure of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) has been investigated. In this study, the PMMA specimens were gamma-irradiated at doses in the range of 0-1000 kGy and measured by means ...
    • Gamma Irradiation of 4th Instar Larva of Angoumois Grain Moth and Effects on Parent and Their Generations 

      Boshra, Salwa A. [سلوى عزمي بشرى] ( Qatar University , 2006 , Article)
      Late fourth stage larvae of Angomous grain moth, Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier) were gamma irradiated with doses 0 ( control), 25, 50 75, 100, 125 and 150 Gy. The moths originated from larvae irradiated with 150 Gy became ...
    • Garbled computation in cloud 

      Wang, Yongge; Malluhi, Qutaibah M.; Khancb, Khaled MD ( Elsevier , 2016 , Article)
      With the wide adoption of cloud computing paradigm, it is important to develop appropriate techniques to protect client data privacy in the cloud. Encryption is one of the major techniques that could be used to achieve ...
    • Garlic for cardiovascular disease: Prevention or treatment? 

      Alali, Feras Q.; El-Elimat, Tamam; Khalid, Lila; Hudaib, Reema; Al-Shehabi, Tuqa Saleh; ... more authors ( Bentham Science Publishers B.V. , 2017 , Article Review)
      Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of global mortality with a substantial economic impact. The annual deaths are expected to increase in the next decade. An array of dietary supplements is being used by ...
    • Gas Aggregation as a Regulatory Model to Promote Improved Security of Domestic Gas Supply 

      Roberts, Peter; روبرتز, بيتر ( Qatar University Press , 2019 , Article)
      This paper analyzes the role that can be played by aggregation as a regulatory model for the effective structuring of a country’s gas sector, with a focus on how aggregation has functioned and is and could be functioning, ...
    • Gas capture processes 

      Zhang, Zhien; Borhani, Tohid N.; El-Naas, Muftah H.; Soltani, Salman M.; Yan, Yunfei ( MDPI AG , 2020 , Other)
      The increasing trends in gas emissions have had direct adverse impacts on human health and ecological habitats in the world. A variety of technologies have been deployed to mitigate the release of such gases, including ...
    • Gas driven fracture during gas production using 3D synchrotron computed tomography 

      Jarrar, Zaher A.; Alshibli, Khalid A.; Al-Raoush, Riyadh I.; Jung, Jongwon ( Springer Verlag , 2019 , Conference Paper)
      During methane gas production from hydrate bearing sandy sediments, fine particles can migrate or clog the pores of sediments. Fines clogging induces a change in pressure gradient which affects the gas flow pattern and ...
    • Gas Driven Fracture during Gas Production using HeleShaw Cell 

      Al-Raoush, Riyadh; Jarrar, Zaher; Alshibli, Khalid; Jung, Jongwon ( Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press) , 2018 , Conference Paper)
      Methane hydrate is considered a potential energy source, with worldwide reserves on the order of 500-10,000 Gt of carbon. The production of Methane from hydratebearing sediments requires hydrate dissociation for releasing ...