Mohamed S. Hassan; Mohamed Hassan; M. Hassan
Mohamed S. Hassan; Mohamed Hassan; M. Hassan
Professor of Electrical Engineering, American University of Sharjah
Verified email at aus.edu
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Markov-based channel characterization for tractable performance analysis in wireless packet networks
M Hassan, MM Krunz, I Matta
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 3 (3), 821-831, 2004
962004
Video streaming over wireless packet networks: An occupancy-based rate adaptation perspective
M Hassan, M Krunz
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology 17 (8), 1017-1027, 2007
372007
Video Streaming Over Wireless Packet Networks: An Occupancy-Based Rate Adaptation Perspective
M Hassan, M Krunz
University of Arizona, Department of ECE, 2005
372005
Video transport over wireless channels: a cycle-based approach for rate control
M Hassan, L Atzori, M Krunz
Proceedings of the 12th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia …, 2004
242004
An energy management system for hybrid microgrids in remote communities
SA Helal, RJ Najee, MO Hanna, MF Shaaban, AH Osman, MS Hassan
2017 IEEE 30th Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering …, 2017
172017
Adaptive rate control scheme for video streaming over wireless channels
MM Krunz, M Hassan
Data Compression Conference, 2004. Proceedings. DCC 2004, 242-251, 2004
172004
A joint power allocation and adaptive channel coding scheme for image transmission over wireless channels
M El-Tarhuni, M Hassan, AB Sediq
International Journal of Computer Networks & Communications (IJCNC) 2 (3), 2010
152010
On the suitability of using ant colony optimization for routing multimedia content over wireless sensor networks
H Al-Zurba, T Landolsi, M Hassan, F Abdelaziz
International journal on applications of graph theory in wireless ad hoc …, 2011
142011
A joint adaptive modulation and channel coding scheme for multimedia communications over wireless channels
M Hassan, M El-Taruni, R Zrae
Int. J. Wireless and Mobile Computing 9 (1), 99-114, 2015
132015
Conductive Concrete for Electromagnetic Shielding Applications
S Yehia, N Qaddoumi, M Hassan, B Swaked
Advances in Civil Engineering Materials 3 (1), 270-290, 2014
132014
A retransmission‐based scheme for video streaming over wireless channels
M Hassan, T Landolsi
Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing 10 (4), 511-521, 2010
132010
A playback-adaptive approach for video streaming over wireless networks
M Hassan, M Krunz
Global Telecommunications Conference, 2005. GLOBECOM'05. IEEE 6, 5 pp.-3691, 2005
122005
RSS fingerprints dimensionality reduction in WLAN-based indoor positioning
A Abusara, MS Hassan, MH Ismail
2016 Wireless Telecommunications Symposium (WTS), 1-6, 2016
112016
Cycle-based rate control for one-way and interactive video communications over wireless channels
L Atzori, M Krunz, M Hassan
Multimedia, IEEE Transactions on 9 (1), 176-184, 2007
112007
On the Sum of Independent Fox's H-function Variates with Applications
YA Rahama, MH Ismail, MS Hassan
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2018
102018
Communication-based adaptive protection for distribution systems penetrated with distributed generators
AH Osman, MS Hassan, M Sulaiman
Electric Power Components and Systems 43 (5), 556-565, 2015
92015
Enhanced fingerprinting in WLAN-based indoor positioning using hybrid search techniques
A Abusara, M Hassan
Communications, Signal Processing, and their Applications (ICCSPA), 2015 …, 2015
92015
Monitoring of strain induced by heat of hydration, cyclic and dynamic loads in concrete structures using fiber-optics sensors
S Yehia, T Landolsi, M Hassan, M Hallal
Measurement 52, 33-46, 2014
92014
Reduced-complexity fingerprinting in WLAN-based indoor positioning
A Abusara, MS Hassan, MH Ismail
Telecommunication Systems 65 (3), 407-417, 2017
82017
Fair autonomous energy consumption scheduling based on game-theoretic approach for the future smart grid
T Assaf, AH Osman, M Hassan
2016 UKSim-AMSS 18th International Conference on Computer Modelling and …, 2016
82016
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