Publications

2021
Bensaad MS, Dassamiour S, Hambaba L, Kahoul MA, Benhoula M. Evidence of anti-inflammatory and anti-ulcer properties of aerial parts of Centaurea tougourensis Boiss. and Reut. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical ResearchTropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 2021;20.
Messaoudi SA, Bouhoufani O, Hamchi I, Alahyane M. Existence and blow up in a system of wave equations with nonstandard nonlinearities. Electronic Journal of Differential EquationsElectronic Journal of Differential Equations. 2021.
BOUGOFFA LAZHAR, Rach RC, MENNOUNI ABDELAZIZ. On the existence, uniqueness, and new analytic approximate solution of the modified error function in two‐phase Stefan problems. Mathematical Methods in the Applied SciencesMathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences. 2021;44 :10948-10956.
Baghdadi M, Dimia MS, Guenfoud M, Bouchair A. An experimental and numerical analysis of concrete walls exposed to fire. Structural Engineering and Mechanics, An Int'l JournalStructural Engineering and Mechanics, An Int'l Journal. 2021;77 :819-830.
Boudjelal S, Fourar A, Massouh F. Experimental and numerical simulation of free surface flow over an obstacle on a sloped channel. Modeling Earth Systems and EnvironmentModeling Earth Systems and Environment. 2021 :1-9.
Lee C-S, Shayegan Z, Haghighat F, Zhong L, Bahloul A, Huard M. Experimental evaluation of in-duct electronic air cleaning technologies for the removal of ketones. Building and EnvironmentBuilding and Environment. 2021;196 :107782.
Laouche M, Karech T, Rangeard D, Martinez J. Experimental Study of the Effects of Installation of Sand Columns in Compressible Clay Using a Reduced Model. Geotechnical and Geological EngineeringGeotechnical and Geological Engineering. 2021;39 :2301-2312.
Guergueb N, Alloui N, Ayachi A, Aoun L, Chachoua I. Factors Associated with Bacterial Contamination of Poultry Meat at Butcher Shops in Biskra, Algeria. Veterinarska stanicaVeterinarska stanica. 2021;52 :429-437.
Chow NA, Kangiser D, Gade L, McCotter OZ, Hurst S, Salamone A, Wohrle R, Clifford W, Kim S, Salah Z. Factors Influencing Distribution of Coccidioides immitis in Soil, Washington State, 2016. MsphereMsphere. 2021;6 :e00598-21.
BOUGOFFA LAZHAR, MENNOUNI ABDELAZIZ, WAZWAZ ABDUL-MAJID. FAMILIES OF EXACT SOLITON SOLUTIONS TO THE AB NONLINEAR SYSTEM. ROMANIAN REPORTS IN PHYSICSROMANIAN REPORTS IN PHYSICS. 2021;73.
Bazi S, Benzid R, Bazi Y, Rahhal MMA. A Fast Firefly Algorithm for Function Optimization: Application to the Control of BLDC Motor. SensorsSensors. 2021;21 :5267.
Ameddah H, Lounansa S, Mazouz H. Fatigue Behavior Study of the Biodegradable Cardiovascular Stent. International Conference on Advanced Materials Mechanics & Manufacturing [Internet]. 2021 :42-48. Publisher's VersionAbstract
In recent years the development of health science to improve people’s lives and reduce the death rate from cardiovascular disease, researchers have invested in the solution of stents to treat cardiovascular disease. Usually a permanent implant (metal stent) is used to treat a temporary disease, effective on elastic recoil and negative remodeling, but promoting intimate proliferation. This is combated by an active stent, which nevertheless induces chronic inflammation and delayed healing (because of active drugs), with the risk of late thrombosis. The idea of resolution leads to the study of the behavior of temporary stent biodegradable and bioresorbable, once the healing process is completed. The purpose of this study is to reduce the disadvantages of metal stents, to do this; a biodegradable material (polylactic acid) is used. The fatigue behavior of a stent after its placement using geometric parameters selected from clinical cases (diastole and systole). A finite element numerical study in the field of biomaterial fatigue is proposed in order to investigate and understand the biodegradable behavior of the stent. The results of the numerical study show the predicted lifetime of the biodegradable fragrance.
Gougam F, Chemseddine R, Benazzouz D, Benaggoune K, Zerhouni N. Fault prognostics of rolling element bearing based on feature extraction and supervised machine learning: Application to shaft wind turbine gearbox using vibration signal. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering ScienceProceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science. 2021;235 :5186-5197.
Bachir M, Riadh H, Louchene N, Kalla H. A Fault Tolerant Scheduling Heuristics for Distributed Real Time Embedded System. 2021 International Conference on Engineering and Emerging Technologies (ICEET) [Internet]. 2021 :1-6. Publisher's VersionAbstract
The integration of a fault tolerance mechanism in critical real-time embedded systems is an important and required property to ensure the continuity of delivering the expected service even in the presence of faults to avoid catastrophic consequences that can be generated in the event of failure of these systems. In this research paper we present a solution to tolerate permanent faults of one processor in heterogeneous distributed real-time embedded systems by using software redundancy solutions based on active and passive replication of dependent tasks in the point-to-point connection. The methodology proposed consists to generate a distribution/scheduling of tasks on hardware architecture and also to tolerate permanent faults of a single processor by executing simultaneously two replicas of a task, the first which ends its execution blocks the second is running. this principle saves very considerable time in distribution/scheduling length with and without errors.
Kada B, Kalla H. A fault-tolerant scheduling algorithm based on checkpointing and redundancy for distributed real-time systems. In: Research Anthology on Architectures, Frameworks, and Integration Strategies for Distributed and Cloud Computing. IGI Global ; 2021. pp. 770-788.
Hamizi K, Aouidane S. Faut-il ne plus traiter les cancers de la prostate localisés du groupe favorable ?. Batna J Med SciBatna J Med Sci. 2021;8 :157-61.Abstract
Contrairement à l’abstention-surveillance, la surveillance active est une modalité de prise en charge curative. Elle vise à retarder le traitement d’une tumeur peu agressive jusqu’au moment où elle le deviendra tout en restant dans la fenêtre de curabilité de la maladie. À travers une lecture de littératures, nous allons essayer de maitre la lumière sur la place et les modalités de la surveillance active, dans les groupes favorables des cancers de la prostate et de répondre aux questions suivantes : Pourquoi la surveillance active ? Pour qui ? Comment l’instauré ? et quand doit-on l’arrêter ? La majorité des essais, cliniques publiés s’accordent à dire, que la surveillance active est une attitude parfaitement adaptée aux patients du groupe favorable d’AMICO, voire même une partie du groupe intermédiaire bas risque. Les résultats en matière de survie globale et d’évènement métastatiques, sont similaires à ceux des patients traités d’emblée par chirurgie et ou radiothérapie, avec en plus moins de toxicité. La surveillance est basée essentiellement sur le dosage périodique du PSA, rebiopsie selon des protocoles propres à chaque équipe. La décision du passage aux traitements invasifs, sera conditionnée par la progression du score Gleason, selon des algorithmes dont certains, sont déjà validés à l’international. La surveillance active, doit faire partie intégrante des décisions de prise en charge des adénocarcinomes prostatiques localisés favorables. Cette attitude nous permet, d’éviter de surtraiter un grand nombre, de petites lésions non évolutives, tout en ayant la possibilité et les moyens, de rattraper les lésions qui progressent.
Benbrahim H, Behloul A. Fine-tuned Xception for Image Classification on Tiny ImageNet. 2021 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Cyber Security Systems and Privacy (AI-CSP) [Internet]. 2021 :1-4. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Image classification has been one of the most widely topic in artificial intelligence, deep models need larger datasets and powerful hardware to improve the highperformance classification. ImageNet Challenge was started in 2010 to classify 100,000 test images into 1000 different classes. Tiny ImageNet challenge is similar to ImageNet challenge, where images are taken from the standard ImageNet and resized to be 64x64. In this paper a fine-tuned Xception to classify images into the 200 classes is presented using the standard Tiny ImageNet dataset, the down-sampling (64x64) of images and the low similarity inter-class makes feature extraction and classification difficult and more challenging. We used a transfer learning algorithm to fine-tune the Xception architecture using the Extreme version of the Inception module to achieve a high validation accuracy of 65.14%.
Mouffouk C, Mouffouk S, Mouffouk S, Hambaba L, Haba H. Flavonols as potential antiviral drugs targeting SARS-CoV-2 proteases (3CLpro and PLpro), spike protein, RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) and angiotensin-converting enzyme II receptor (ACE2). European journal of pharmacologyEuropean journal of pharmacology. 2021;891 :173759.
Sami G, Abdelwahhab F, Yahyaoui H, Abdelghani F. Flood hazard in the city of chemora (algeria). An. Univ. Din Oradea Ser. GeogrAn. Univ. Din Oradea Ser. Geogr. 2021;31 :22-27.
Benlouanas K, Serir L. Food’s Conservation into 03 Dimension’s Models of Cold Stores Operated by 03 Refrigeration Systems in Biskra Region (Classic, Absorption, Adsorption), in Defect and Diffusion Forum. Vol 406. Trans Tech Publ ; 2021 :182-191.Abstract
As renewable energy elucidation, the solar refrigeration of fruits such as date palm is a storage alternate to preserve food in healthy parameters of conditioning. This statistical and numeric study investigates the energy gain cost case around the diverse dimensions’ models of positive cold stores (02, 04, and 06 cold rooms), concerning energetic disparity and numerous financial fluctuations of the applied systems. The results of computation and analysis regarding panels of construction, equipment, consumption, and maintenance for classic, absorption, and adsorption refrigeration systems that conserve dates palm into these three cold stores. In the end, the comparison of technical and economic elements in tables and figures by enumerating their advantages and inconveniences. Classic Bitzer, Absorption WFC SC 5, and Adsorption AG ACS 15 and 08 are models in which their evaluation is relating to their costs. In Biskra, these results mean that adsorption chiller termed AG ACS (15 plus 08) is illustrious by its parameters of simplicity, lifespan, safety, and security, valued to 1147.5 €/m² and median cost up ten years of using is 92972 €

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