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Predicting energy Consumption using artificial neural networks: a case study of the UAE

Published in: Electronic Journal of Applied Statistical Analysis

May 30, 2018

Shorouq F Eletter Ghaleb A El Refae Abdelhafid K Belarbic

Predicting energy consumption is very important for improving resource planning and for more efficient production. This study uses artificial neural network (ANN) models to predict energy consumption in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The multilayer perceptron model (MLP) and Radial Basis Function (RBF) were used for this purpose. Historical input and output data related to the long-term energy consumption in the UAE were used for training, validation, and testing. The developed neural network ...


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Analytical Study of United Arab Emirates Copyright Federal Law No. 7, 2002

Published in: Arab Law Quarterly

May 22, 2018

/ Fayez Al Nusair / Firas Massadeh

This article presents a comprehensive examination and analysis of copyright protection under the provisions of the United Arab Emirates’ Federal Law No. 7, 2002 concerning copyrights and neighbouring rights in preparation for the accession of relevant international conventions. The law revoked Federal Law No. 40, 1992 regarding intellectual property copyright. The nature of copyright and its economic justification, the scope of its protection in the United Arab Emirates’ legal framework, the co...


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Development of a techno-humanist model for e-health adoption of innovative technology

Published in: International Journal of Medical Informatics

May 17, 2018

Background and Purpose: After investing billions of dollars in an integrated Electronic Medical Records (physicians) and Personal Health Records (patients) system to allow both parties to manage and communicate through e-health innovative technologies, Canada is still making slow adoption progress. In an attempt to bridge the human and technological perspectives by developing and testing a holistic model, this study purports to predict patients’ behavioral intentions to use e-health application...


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Development of a techno-humanist model for e-health adoption of innovative technology

Published in: International Journal of Medical Informatics

May 17, 2018

Jamil Razmak Charles H Belanger Wejdan Farhan

Background and Purpose: After investing billions of dollars in an integrated Electronic Medical Records (physicians) and Personal Health Records (patients) system to allow both parties to manage and communicate through e-health innovative technologies, Canada is still making slow adoption progress. In an attempt to bridge the human and technological perspectives by developing and testing a holistic model, this study purports to predict patients’ behavioral intentions to use e-health application...

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