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2015-01-18اثر التدخين على مستوى التحصيل الدراسي في المساقات التطبيقية لدى طلبة تخصص التربية الرياضيةAzab, Mahmoud
2017-07S-Shaped vs. V-Shaped Transfer Functions for Ant Lion Optimization Algorithm in Feature Selection ProblemMafarja, M; Eleyan, Derar
2019-03Investigation of optical and electrical properties of Cobalt-doped Ge-Sb-S thin filmMusa, Ishaq; Qamhieh, Zaid; Mahmoud, Saleh; El-Shaer, Mohamad; Ayesh, Ahmad; Qamhieh, Naser
2019-04-24Germanium antimony Quantum Dots Morphology and Raman spectroscopy fabricated by inert gas condensationMusa, Ishaq; QAMHIEH, Naser; Said, Khadija
2008-04-09The Toxoplasma gondii type-II NADH dehydrogenase TgNDH2-I is inhibited by 1-hydroxy-2-alkyl-4(1H)quinolones.Lin SS1, Kerscher S, Saleh A, Brandt U, Gross U, Bohne W.
2007-04-05Growth inhibition of Toxoplasma gondii and Plasmodium falciparum by nanomolar concentrations of 1-hydroxy-2-dodecyl-4(1H)quinolone, a high-affinity inhibitor of alternative (type II) NADH dehydrogenases.Saleh A, Friesen J, Baumeister S, Gross U, Bohne W.
2019-04New features of the fractional Euler-Lagrange equations for a physical system within non-singular derivative operatorBaleanu, D; Sadat Sajjadi, S; Jajarmi, A; Asad, J H
2019-03Electrical characteristics of the 2 ×n and □ × n circuit networkTan, Z; Tan, Z Z; Asad, J. H; owaidat, M Q
2019-03In this study, we consider two coupled pendulums (attached together with a spring) having the same length while the same masses are attached at their ends. After setting the system in motion we construct the classical Lagrangian, and as a result, we obtain the classical Euler-Lagrange equation. Then, we generalize the classical Lagrangian in order to derive the fractional Euler-Lagrange equation in the sense of two different fractional operators. Finally, we provide the numerical solution of the latter equation for some fractional orders and initial conditions. The method we used is based on the Euler method to discretize the convolution integral. Numerical simulations show that the proposed approach is efficient and demonstrate new aspects of the real-world phenomena.Owaidat, M Q; Asad, J. H.; Tan, Z Z
2019Classical and fractional aspects of two coupled pendulumsBaleanu, D; Jajarmi, A; Asad, J. H
2018-09The fractional model of spring pendulum: New features within different kernelsBaleanu, D; Jajarmi, A; Asad, J. H
2018-06New aspects of the motion of a particle in a circular cavityBaleanu, D; Asad, J. H.; Jajarmi, A
2018-02Two-Point Resistance on the Centered-Triangular LatticeOwaidat, M Q; Al-Badawi, A.A; Asad, J. H; Al-Twiessi, M
2017-12Characteristic of the equivalent impedance for an m×n RLC network with an arbitrary boundaryTan, Z Z; Zhu, H; Asad, J. H; Xu, C; Tang, H
2017-06The motion of a bead sliding on a wire in fractional sense; Baleanu, D; Jajarmi, A; Asad, J. H; Blaszczyk, T
2017Motion of a spherical particle in a rotating parabola using fractional lagrangian; Baleanu, D; Asad, J. H.; Alipour, M; Blaszczyk, T
2017Resistance formulae of a multipurpose n-step network and its application in LC networkTan, Z Z; Asad, J. H.; owaidat, M Q
2014-11-06Effect of bidirectional mechanoelectrical coupling on spontaneous oscillations and sensitivity in a model of hair cellsAmro, Rami; Neiman, Alexander
2014-10The two-point capacitance of infinite triangular and honeycomb networksOwaidat, M Q; Hijjawi, R. S; Asad, J. H; Khalifeh, J. M
2014-09Perturbed infinite 3D simple cubic network of identical capacitorsAsad, J. H; Diab, A.A; owaidat, M Q; Khalifeh, J. M
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