Computer Information System Department

Head of Department Message
Head of Department Message

The importance of information technology cannot be stressed enough as it continually influences our lives on daily basis and our department is dedicated to providing the best educators in the field and the necessary knowledge our students need to meet the job market.

To achieve this, we have a group of qualified and distinguished Professors who are committed to the field. We also provide fully equipped modern computer laboratories and halls. Furthermore, we enrich the University library with the latest books and publications.

The Faculty also makes all efforts to develop curricula and study plans that keep pace with scientific developments in order to achieve the goal of Amman Arab University in producing the  leaders of tomorrow.

Based on these overall objectives, our Faculty surveyed the market needs and offered specializations that meet these needs. The Majors we offer include mobile computing and software engineering as well as information technology.

Dr. Hamzah Alabool
Acting Head of Computer Information System Department 

Vision & Mission
Vision & Mission

Vision

Distinction in preparing specialized graduates with competitive skills in the field of information systems and community service.

Mission

To prepare innovative and competitive students in the field of systems development, business projects and computing applications to meet needs of labor market locally and regionally, and improve the performance of organizations and local community in accordance with local and international quality assurance standards.

Objectives & ILOs
Objectives & ILOs
  1. Possess the necessary skills of theoretical and applied knowledge in the field of information systems. 
  2. Gain professional competencies and confidently practice their profession, and regional competitiveness with others.
  3. Continue lifelong learning and professional development amid future technological changes.
  4. Be active members of teamwork with professional and ethical responsibilities, and know the needs of the community.
Academic Staff
Dr. Hamzah Alabool
Position
Acting Head of Computer Information System Department
Academic Rank
Assistant Professor
University of Graduation
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
Email Address
h.boul@aau.edu.jo
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Dr. Mahmoud Al Omari
Position
Academic Staff Member
Academic Rank
Associate Professor
University of Graduation
Illinois Institute of Technology
Email Address
omar@aau.edu.jo
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Dr. Mohammad Othman Nassar
Position
Academic Staff Member
Academic Rank
Associate Professor
University of Graduation
The Arab Academy
Email Address
moanassar@aau.edu.jo
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Dr. Mohammad Alshinwan
Position
Academic Staff Member
Academic Rank
Assistant Professor
University of Graduation
Inje University
Email Address
mohmdsh@aau.edu.jo
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Mr. Husien Hiasat
Position
Academic Staff Member
Academic Rank
Teaching Assistant
University of Graduation
Kingston university
Email Address
h.hiyasat@aau.edu.jo
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Programs & Study Plans
Programs & Study Plans
Study Plan Number of Hours Major
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132 Bachelor of  Computer Information Systems

Courses Descriptions

College Required (Core) Courses :

42011107 Introduction to Programming (C ++ )

This course presents the fundamental concepts of programming using C++. It covers basic structures of programming concepts such as variables, data types, control structures, arrays, functions and pointers. A brief introduction to classes and objects is also given. Students will apply their gained knowledge in a series of assignments. Practical work for three hours weekly is included.

42011204 Discrete Mathematics

The course provides some fundamental aspects of discrete mathematics used in computer science starting with propositions, logical operations, truth tables, set theory, relations and functions, and methods of proofs. The course also introduces the concepts of sequences, matrices, lattices, graph theory, and trees (rooted tree, subtree).

42012101 Digital Logic

The course is an introduction to Boolean logic and combinational circuits. Analysis of switch­ing devices, minimization techniques, number systems and codes and logic design of functional digital units are also included. Furthermore, the use of LSI in logic design, an introduction to sequential circuits design of synchronous, asynchronous, and pulse sequential circuits, minimization of sequential circuits and state assignment are involved.

42012105 Data Structures

This course teaches the students the basic concepts of data structure and algorithm. The topics that will be covered in this course concerning Data type and structures; Abstract data types and encapsulation; Stacks; Queues; Recursion; Linked Lists; Binary trees; General trees; File organization: sequential and indexed files; Graphs: representation, traversing, shortest path; Sorting: exchange, insertion, quick sort, heap and others; Searching. At the end of this course, students will be able to select the proper data structure and algorithm to solve a specific software problem.

42041108 Fundamentals of Information Technology

This course covers the knowledge of the terminology, information systems environment, processes, and components associated with information technology, information Systems concepts, components, tools, and applications. It will provide an introductory understanding of computer hardware, numbering system and knowledge of how data is prepared for computer, instruction processed at a basic machine level, and software (operating systems, database, and web development and applications). It also introduces the networking, Internet, and the basics of the information security, in addition to web searching.

52021101 Calculus (1)

This course describes the limits and continuity of functions at a point and on interval, derivatives, techniques of differentiation, implicit differentiation, equations of the tangent and normal, applications of derivatives, intermediate Form, L'Hospital theorem, extreme values of functions, increasing and decreasing, concavity, maximum and minimum values, graphs of functions, integration, and techniques of integration.

College Elective Selected Courses:

42022206 Operations Research

This course focuses on the concept of operations research, the formulation of linear models and linear programming techniques, the graphical method and the simplified method, the bilateral model and transport problems and customization, business networks (critical path method and Bert) and game theory.

42023107 Modeling and Simulation Methods

The course presents the aspects of modeling and simulation as a problem solving approach. It focuses on the following topics: introduction to modeling and simulation, the nature of simulation models and simulation, types of simulation models (Monte-Carlo Simulation), mathematical model characteristics, the simulation process, random events (Variates) generation, probability and statistics in simulation, simulation in practice, queuing system models, and output analysis.

42043214 Websites Design

This course introduces the basic concepts of the World Wide Web, internet technology, current Web protocols, and client-server programming. Students will learn standard Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) for create the web pages, basics of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for design and layout the web pages, as well as JavaScript, together with XML and JSON for data-interchange and Ajax technology for building rich internet applications. Students will apply their gained knowledge in a series of practical assignments. At the end of this course, students will create and maintain a small web page project on a live web server.

42052104 Numerical Analysis

This course introduces to the numerical analysis, and its primary objective is to develop the basic understanding of numerical algorithms and required skills to implement algorithms to solve mathematical problems.

25042106 Communication and writing Skills

This course aims to introduce the student to the concept of administrative communication and to develop some of the skills he needs in his private life and career, in addition to his definition of the basic concepts of communication as a core and vital in the life of business organizations. To achieve this, the course will deal with the following topics: the nature, importance and objectives of the communication process, trends, elements and channels of communication, obstacles to effective communication, the basis of successful correspondence writing. In addition to the recognition of listening skills and teamwork and the management of meetings and interviews.

Program Required (Core) Courses:

42012206 Algorithms Design and Analysis

This course introduces the concepts of designing and analyzing algorithms. Topics covered: review of abstract data types and data structures, definition of algorithms, classifying functions and computational complexities of algorithms, algorithms analysis & design techniques including: divide and conquer greedy methods, searching and sorting, trees, graphs, hashing, combinatorial algorithms and P/NP problems.

42013203 Operating Systems

This course covers the definition and role of the operating systems. Topics spanned functionality and structuring methods of a typical operating system; Introduction to modern operating systems, including device control, interrupts, synchronization and inter-process communication, process scheduling, memory management and virtual memory, disk management, and security.

42013111 Computer Organization and Architecture

This course introduces the principles of computer organization and the basic architecture concepts. Topics included in this course are; the organization and architecture of computer systems hardware; instruction set architectures; addressing modes; register transfer notation; processor design and computer arithmetic; memory systems; hardware implementations of virtual memory, and input/output control and devices.

42021201 Object Oriented Programming

This course introduces the object-oriented concepts (encapsulation, data abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism) along with OO design using UML (unified modeling language). The OOP concepts covered using C++ programming language. The course emphasizes on the concepts of classes, templates, friend classes, inheritance, abstract class and virtual functions, exceptions, and generic programming. Upon completion, students should be able to use an object-oriented language to develop rather complex programs.

42022102 Visual Programming

This course is an introduction to visual programming (VP). Student will learn about VP concepts, event driven, and how to use VP to construct graphical user interface using Visual Basic.NET (VB.NET). This course covers an introduction to programming concepts and methods including the problem analysis and problem-solving techniques. Also, Data types, control structures, functions, syntax and semantics of the language, classes, class relationships, and exception handling will be covered. Connect to database could be covered.

44043101 Computer Networks

This course explores Key Concepts of Computer Networks; Broad Range of Topics in Networking (e.g. Networks Applications, Network Classifications and Topologies, Network Layers, Channel Performance Measures, Transmission Media, Communication Network Protocols and Architecture); Data Link Layer (e.g. Framing, Error Detection and Correction, CSMA/CD, LAN IEEE Standards); Network Layer (e.g. IP service model, IP Addressing, Sub-netting, Host Configuration DHCP, ARP Protocol, ICMP protocol); Transport Layer (e.g. UDP Protocol, TCP Protocol, TCP Reliable Transfer and Sliding Window, TCP Flow and Congestion Control); Application Layer (e.g. DNS Protocol, NAT Protocol, HTTP Protocol, Persistent and Non-Persistent HTTP Connection).

42042201 Databases

This course describes the basic concepts of databases, the main topics are database definition, database system; overview of database management, database system architecture, introduction to relational model, database algebra, database design, database integrity, an introduction to structured query language (SQL), mapping between ER- and EER-to-Relational.

42044204 Data Mining

This course aims to make students understand of information system environment and the concepts and techniques for the discovery of patterns hidden in large data sets (focusing on issues relating to their feasibility, usefulness, effectiveness, and scalability). The development of new data mining methods, systems and applications will be discussed. The students will have knowledge about recent developments on mining complex types of data such as Types of data and their Pre-processing, Predictive Modeling, Classification, Decision Tree Induction, Descriptive Methods, Proximity, Association Analysis, Clustering and Anomaly Detection and their applications.

42043205 Information Retrieval

The course introduces the environment of information system and theories and methods for searching and retrieval of text and bibliographic information. Topics cover analysis of relevance and utility; Statistical and linguistic methods for automatic indexing and classification; Boolean and probabilistic approaches to indexing, query formulation, and output ranking; Filtering methods; Measures of retrieval effectiveness and retrieval experimentation methodology.

42043213 System Development (Applications)

This course is a project-based course where a medium-sized system is developed based on an initial set of user requirements that is to be analyzed and enriched towards compiling a system requirements specification. A design of the system is specified encompassing data or software modeling techniques using the best design or architectural pattern(s) suited for the system. Implementation may involve visual programming languages (Java or C#), database servers (Oracle or SQL Server), and design template(s) (such as MVC5.NET or others). Microsoft's Visual Studio (or others) is used in developing the system. The theory part of the course (65%) presents topics on requirements, patterns, and design. The remaining 35% is devoted to practical training on tools used in the course. Students will apply their gained knowledge in a practical course project.

42044106 Information Systems Security

This course describes the basic concepts, which underpin the technology of data security systems. The main areas covered are public key cryptography, digital signatures, Identification and authentication, secret sharing keys. A comparison between the manual signatures and the electronic signatures are given. Also the Security of the email and Web security will be discussed. The Integrity and security of messages are very important topics and also will be explained and discussed in this Course. The malware software such as: Virus, Worms, Logical Bomb will be explained and discussed. This Course will discuss also Triggers and their actions, Firewalls and their configurations according to their types.

42043203 Data Warehouses

This course is an introduction to IS environment, data warehouse design. Topics covered in this course is planning, requirements gathering for data warehousing, data warehouse architecture and design, dimensional model design for data warehousing, physical database design for data warehousing, extracting, transforming, and loading strategies. Issues in are discussed in a seminar format. The role of data warehouse in supporting Decision Support Systems (DSS) is also reviewed. At the end of this course, students will be able to develop data warehouse, and how to use OLAP and data mining with it.

42044202 Database Management Systems

This course covers the principles, design, implementation, architecture and applications of DBMS; Advanced Structured Query Language (SQL) such as: views, exit, with, create type, authorization, metadata, dynamic SQL, triggers, recursion; data dictionary; Normalization processes: 1NF, 2NF, 3NF and BCNF; DB Security; Modern DBMSs: Object-Oriented DBMSs; Physical Database design; Centralized and distributed Database systems. Advanced databases topics: Storage and File Structure, Indexing and Hashing, Transactions, Concurrency Control, and UML.

42052103 Systems Analysis and Design

This course introduces the main concepts of the system development life cycle. Information gathering and reporting activities from the analysis phase through the maintenance and support phase will be covered. At the end of this course, students will be able to design, implement, and document the system development cycle. The main topics that will be covered are: introduction to systems development; development life cycle; system development feasibility; development of fact finding methods; context diagram; data flow diagram; decision tables and trees; data dictionary; installation; training; development tools: documentation, maintenance, conceptual design, DB design, reverse engineering, graphical user interface, systems life cycle, system conversion, system charts and flow of control. Case studies are used to emphasize the points covered.

42053101 Database Programming

This course focuses on how to use a DB Language (Oracle or SQL Server) to construct a database system. The students will learn how to use the various support tools for business applications (e.g. DDL and DML commands, forms design, trigger, etc.). At the end of this course, students will be able to install Oracle or SQL Server Database, Back up and recover data, Administer users and manage data, Transport data between databases, Understand the Oracle or SQL Server database architecture and how its components work and interact with one another, Use performance monitoring, database security, user management and backup/recovery techniques.

42054205 Field Training on CIS

Training is required for each student in one of organizations for not less than 6 weeks and 90 hours of training, the practice regulations are according to the training regulations issued and approved by the department, collage and dean's council of the university.

42054206 Applied Graduation Project

Project includes theoretical and practical aspects related to the current problems and applications in IT, applied research oriented, technical report, and presentation.

52013124 Principles of Statistics and Probability

Describing Statistical Data by tables, graphs and numerical Measures, Measures of Central Tendency and Deviation, Counting methods, The Variance, binomial and Normal distribution, probabilities Laws, Random Variables, Sampling distributions, testing of statistical hypotheses for two populations, correlation and regression, correlation coefficient.

43023101 Programming of Internet Applications

This course provides the knowledge and the tools to implement internet web applications using PHP language as a server side language. Initially, the course will introduce HTML language and web applications. Students will learn about concepts of PHP, functionality of web server, install and configure Apache HTTP server or Microsoft IIS. This course goes over the syntax and usage of PHP language such as data types, operators, arrays, control statements, expressions, sessions, cookies, as well as create programs that interact with MySQL databases. At the end of this course, students will create and maintain a small web application project on a live web server.

43042201 Fundamentals of Software Engineering

This course introduces the environment of Information Systems, and develops strong foundation by covering topics including: Planning, requirements, analysis and specification, design; testing; debugging; maintenance; and documentation.

43044116 Software Project Management

This course introduces IS environment, issues and techniques of project management, project evaluation and selection, scope of management, team building, stakeholder management, risk assessment, scheduling, quality, rework, negotiation, and conflict management. Professional issues including career planning, lifelong learning, software engineering ethics, and the licensing and certification of software project professionals.

42022204 Java Programming

This course covers the fundamental of JAVA language, in addition to the ideas behind the object-oriented approach to programming through the widely used Java programming language. This course will cover Java programming language syntax, OO programming using Java (inheritance, abstract class, and interface), compound classes, exception handling, file input/output, threads, and networking. Students will develop Java applications using Eclipse. At the end of this course, students should be able to develop small applications using Java, and have the ability to solve real problems.

44024104 Network Programming

This course focuses on transforming students into a Network Programmers. The students will learn how to design, develop and troubleshoot network applications using socket programming. Also, they will learn how clients and servers communicate with each other using socket programming. Covered topics include TCP/IP Protocol Stacks, Network Programming, Sockets, Port Numbers, Protocol Numbers, Domain Socket, Socket Functions, Socket System Calls, Client Side Programming, Server Side Programming, and Socket Debugging Techniques.

44043202 Wireless Networks

This course introduces the modern wireless technology and its application to transmit voice, data and images. Emphasis will be on digital modulation techniques, their spectral characteristics and on various components, subsystems used in wireless system and their specifications. The course provides essential knowledge on Wireless Personal Area Network (IR and Bluetooth), Wireless Local Area Network (802.11 a/b/g) and Wireless Wide Area Networks (GSM, GPRS and CDMA). The course also explores the Evolution of Wireless Networks (1G Cellular Networks, 2G Cellular Networks, 2.5G Cellular Networks, 3G Cellular Networks, Limitation of 3G, 4G Objectives, Issues, QoS, Security, Multimedia Services and Applications, Convergence of Cellular and WLAN, Billing Issue, WLANS(IEEE802.11), WiMAX (IEEE802.16), Wireless PAN(IEEE802.15)).

44044101 Network Management

This course discusses analytical and practical capabilities for computer networks' design, deployment, and management. Basic foundations of network management, the Simple Network Management Protocol in its different versions (SNMPv1, SNMPv2, and SNMPv3), Remote network Monitoring. In addition, it focuses on Telecommunications Management Network, management tools and statistics measurement, management applications including: configuration, performance, event correlation, security, reports and service levels.

Program Elective Selected Courses:

42014108 Digital Image Processing

This course introduces the fundamental concepts of digital image processing, including Image Formation (Sampling and quantization), Image Resolution (spatial, gray, color), Image Enhancement in spatial domain which includes point-to-point Enhancement (stretching, slicing, threshold), and area-to-point Enhancement (smoothing, sharpening, and noise reduction), Image Restoration, Image Analysis including Line Detection, Edge Detection and Segmentation Techniques (threshold, splitting and merging, region growing), and Image Encoding such as Huffman and Run-length. Students will apply their acquired knowledge in a series of practical tasks using Matlab.

42014209 Natural Language Processing

The course will cover the origins of Natural Language Processing (NLP); Language structure representation; The role of knowledge; Knowledge representation; Parsing techniques; Finite-state techniques; Recursive and augmented transition networks; Language ambiguity; Well-Formed constructs; Features and the lexicon; Language semantics; Applications.

25041201 Decision Support Systems

Business users throughout many organizations need Decision Support Systems (DSS) and Business Intelligence (BI) for quick-and-easy access to information, to make timely and accurate decisions. DSS and BI refer to technologies and practices for the collection, integration, analysis and presentation of business information. The purpose of DSS is to support better business decision making. This module provides a foundation for teaching the subject of decision support systems (DSSs) from a cognitive processes and decision-making perspective. The content emphasize managerial applications and the implication of decision support technologies on those issues. This course place strong emphasis on helping the student thoroughly understand the “support” aspect of a DSS. The coverage of decision making and cognitive processes includes such topics as models of decision making, biases and heuristics, decision strategies, simulation, and discovery.

42014211 Artificial Intelligence

This course introduces the basic principles of artificial intelligence and its fields. It shows how to build a software system that behaves intelligently. Topics concerning introduction to AI and application, exhaustive search methods, heuristic search methods, the basic knowledge representation, problem solving, and learning methods of artificial intelligence will be covered. At the end of this course, students should be able to understand the role of knowledge representation, problem solving, machine learning, and pattern recognition.

42014213 Genetic Algorithms

This course focuses on Machine Learning represents the study of computer algorithms that improve automatically through 'experience'. Genetic algorithms/ programming is a biologically motivated method for manipulating a “population” of algorithms/ programs such that they improve as they experience an environment. Genetic Programming approach, however, is but one of a family of search methods, referred to as Evolutionary Computation. This course focuses on Genetic Algorithms and Genetic Programming with emphasis of the various techniques in the field and the wide variety of different types of problems to which these techniques can be applied. The course provides experience in the planning, executing, writing up, evaluating research, genetic algorithm and genetic programming.

42041207 Information System

This course covers the fundamentals of information systems, and how they affect organizations. Topics cover technical and organizational foundations of information systems, building information systems, managing information system resources.

42042209 Electronic Government

This course focuses on using technology in government operations. A theoretical and technical framework for public administrators, in addition to the applications of the Internet and other technologies within the public will be introduced in this course. Topics covered in this course include introduction to the concepts and fundamentals of e-Government, the role of and necessity for innovation within the public sector, the increasing role and challenges of social media in the public sector; the impact of e-Government and technology upon the framework of democratic institutions and citizen participation; the concepts of Open Government and Open Data, and their implications for public administration; the opportunities for technology to enhance, improve, and transform the ways in which government operates as well as how services are provided to constituents; and a comprehensive review of the technology that is at the foundation of e-Government. Students will apply their gained knowledge in a series of practical assignments concerning web design and development for e-Government.

25033102 Electronic Business

This course includes the fundamentals of e-business in terms of concept, elements, importance and functions, and its different models, both in the public sector, such as e-government or the private sector. It also includes the applications of government administration applications, challenges, opportunities and determinants of application in the local environment, knowledge of e-business strategies, e-marketing, e-learning and basic components of e-business management. In addition to the study of leading models in e-commerce and the privacy and security of electronic business.

42042210 Electronic Learning

The main objective of this course is to provide students with the basic knowledge of Elearning and how to apply and evaluate it. It covers a range of topics including: introducing E-learning, learning theories and information interpretation, justifying E-Learning to top management, E-learning strategies, building and managing an E-learning infrastructure, content development, content delivery, tools needed to build an E-learning course, integrating E-learning and classroom learning, E-learning and distance learning, applications and case studies, future trends. The practical part of this course involves using a suitable e-learning tool such as Blackboard along with practical applications and study cases.

42044111 Distributed Databases

This course will deal with the fundamental issues in large distributed systems which are motivated by the computer networking and distribution of processors, and control. The theory, design, specification, implementation, and performance large systems will be discussed. Concurrency, Consistency, Integrity, Reliability, Privacy, and Security in distributed systems will be included. A special feature of the course includes interesting problems in Mobile Ad-hoc networks that can benefit from research ideas in distributed systems. Research related to Mobile Computing, Streaming databases, Video conferencing, Peer to Peer systems will be covered.

42053104 Multimedia

This course introduces the multimedia concepts, components, and tools needed to understand and create a working multimedia application. Multimedia is the combined use of text, graphics, sound, animation, and video. A primary objective of this course is to teach students how to develop multimedia applications, how images, sound, and video can be digitized on the computer. At the end of this course, the student will be able to create their own multimedia application using one or more multimedia tool (such as Power points, Flash, Move-maker, Photoshop, etc.) on windows platform. These tools are authoring tool that allows students to develop applications that contain buttons, graphics, sound, and text. Issues concerning multimedia design and its use in education will be the focus of reading and class discussions throughout the course of the Multimedia.

42054204 Special Topics

This course intends to introduce special topics of current trends in information systems.

44053102 Human Computer Interaction

This course explores the following topics as an introduction to the subject of Human-Computer Interaction (i) Specifying, Designing, Programming, and Implementing Graphical User Interfaces, Human-Centered Software Evaluation, Human-Centered Software Development; (ii) HCI Aspects of Multimedia Systems and Web-based Systems. The focus will be on (i) Understanding Human Behavior with Interactive Objects; (ii) Knowing how to develop and evaluate interactive software using a Human-Centered Approach; (iii) General Knowledge of HCI Design Issues with multiple types of interactive software.

Student Handbook
Faculty Members Publications
Scientific Output of Faculty Members for 2011
Number List of Research Papers Abstract
 1

Al-Douri, Y. & Samawi, V. (2011). Developing AIS For Detecting Intrusions Based on Feature Clustering. Proceeding of the 7th International Conference on Computer Applications and Network Security (ICCANS). May 27-29. Maldives.

 

 

Scientific Output of Faculty Members for 2012
Number List of Research Papers Abstract
 1

Otair, M., Alrefaei, A., & Alsrayreh B. (2012). "A Mobile Portal for Pharmaceutical Services", International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, Vol. 7, No. 1 (2013). It was selected as one of the best papers in The International Conference on Interactive Mobile and Computer Aided Leaning, Jordan.​

 2

Tarawneh, H., Otair, M. & Tarawneh M. (2012). "Mobile Banking Based On Stand-Alone Mobile Application Clients –A Suggested Mobile Banking Solution For Banks In Jordan-" International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, Vol. 3, No.1.

 
 3

Naqshbandi, S. Al; & Samawi, V. (2012). One-rule Genetic-Fuzzy classifier. International Conference on Computer Science and Automation Engineering (CSAE), 25-27 May, China, IEEE Xpolre, Vol 2, PP 204-208

 4

Susan M. Al Naqshbandi, Samawi, V., & Jaap H. (2012). Intrusion Detection by Dynamic Length Rule, AWER Procedia Information Technology & Computer Science. [Online]. 2013, 3, pp 1460-1470. Available from: http://www.world- education-center.org/index.php/P-ITCS

 5

Al Mashagba, F. & Nassar M. (2012). “Modified UTAUT Model to Study the Factors Affecting the Adoption of Mobile Banking in Jordan”, International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), Volume 6, No 1, pp 83-94.

 
 6

Nassar, M., Al Mashagba F. (2012). “Cyclic Website Reengineering Process Model Based On Website Auditing”, International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR) Volume 5, No 1, pp 43-53.

 

 

Scientific Output of Faculty Members for 2013
Number List of Research Papers Abstract
 1

Otair M. (2013). "Effectively, and Efficiency Consideration for Spatial Database", International Journal of Computer Applications, 74(18):32-37.

 
 2

Otair M. (2013). "Enhancement First Depth Search and Best First Search Using Ranges within R-Tree", Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 8, 571-579

 
 3

Otair, M. & Khader M. (2013). "Uses Data Mining as a Business Intelligence Technique- Case Study: a Jordanian Company", Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 8, 595-603.​

 
 4

Otair M. (2013). “Approximate K-Nearest Neighbor Based Spatial Clustering Using K-D Tree”. International Journal of Database Management Systems (IJDMS) Vol.5, No.1

 5

Otair M. (2013). "The Jordanian Mineral Resources Geographical Information System: A First Step towards a Computerized Exploration of the Jordanian Mineral". International Journal of Computer Science Issues IJCSI, Volume 10, Issue 2.

 6

Otair M. (2013). “Comparative Analysis of Arabic Stemming Algorithms”. International Journal of Managing Information Technology (IJMIT), Vol. 5, No.2

 
 7

Otair,M., Kanaan G., Kanaan R. (2013). " Optimizing an Arabic Query using Comprehensive Query Expansion Techniques", International Journal of Computer Applications, 71(17):42-49.

 
 8

​Al Mashagba, E., Al Mashagba, F., Nassar, M., & Otair M. (2013). "Different Genetic Algorithm Strategies to Optimize the User Query in the Fuzzy Model", European Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 112, No.4.

 
 9

Al-Hassani, M., Abdulkareem Kadhim, A. & Samawi V. (2013). Fingerprint Identification Technique Based On Wavelet-Bands Selection Features (WBSF), International Journal of Computer Engineering and Technology (IJCET). Vol. 4, No. 3. pp:308–323

 10

Samawi, V., Akram A. Mustafa, A., & Ahmad A. (2013). Arabic Expert System Shell, International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT), Vol. 10, No.1

 11

Samawi, V. & Adeeb S. (2013) Software Protection via Hiding Function Using Software Obfuscation, International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT), Vol. 10, No. 6.

 12

Abualadas, F., & Samawi V. (2013). Speaker Identification using Selected Features from DWT, Proceeding of the 2nd International Conference on Advanced Computer Science Applications and Technologies–ACSAT2013,23-24 December, Malaysia-Sarawak.

 13

Al Mashagba, F., Al Mashagba, E., & Nassar M. (2013). Exploring Technological Factors Affecting The Adoption Of Mobile Commerce In Jordan, Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, ISSN: 1991-8178, Vol. 7, No.4,pp. 395-400

 
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Nassar, M., Al Mashagba, F., & Al Mashagba E. (2013). “New approach in cover image selection for embedding the secret image”, European Journal of Scientific Research, Volume 112 No 4, pp. 537-543.

 
 15

Al Mashagba, E., Al Mashagba, F., & Nassar M. (2013). ”Automatic Isolated-Word Arabic Sign Language Recognition System Based On Time Delay Neural Networks: New Improvements”, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p41-47.

 

Scientific Output of Faculty Members for 2014
Number List of Research Papers Abstract
 1

Otair M. (2014). "An Efficient Insert Approach By Moving Objects in A Hierarchal Spatial Data Structure", Conference on Modern Information Technology Trends (MITT), Amman-Jordan.

 
 2

Obadah A., Venus W., & Jehad Q. (2014). Traffic Light Control Utilizing Queue Length, 2014 International Conference of Signal and Image Engineering (WCE 2014), London, U.K., 2-4 July

 
 3

Nassar, M., Al Mashagba, F., Habahbeh M., & Al Mashagba E. (2014). Revised and Extended Mobile Commerce Technology Adaption Model. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(13): 2639-2645.

 

 

Scientific Output of Faculty Members for 2015
Number List of Research Papers Abstract
 1

Otair, M., Odat, A., & Shehadeh F. (2015). "Image Denoising by Comprehensive Median Filter", International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (IJAER), Vol. 10, No. 15.

 
 2

Otair, M., Awad, M., & Odat A. (2015). " The Impact of Information Systems Management on the Human Resource Development at the Jordan Commercial Bank", Accepted to publish in Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology.

 
 3

Otair, M., A. Odat, & Al-Khalayleh M. (2015). "Comparative Study between LM-DH Technique and Huffman Coding Technique", Accepted to publish in International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (IJAER), Vol. 10, No. 15.​

 
 4

Otair M., & Shehadeh F. (2015). "Lossy Image Compression by Rounding the Intensity Followed by Dividing (RIFD): Image Compression Algorithm for Mobile Applications", Accepted to publish in Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology.

 
 5

Otair, M., Alnajjar, A. & Odat A. (2015). “An Automatic Method for Edge Detection Evaluation Based on Semi-Optimal Edge Detector”, Accepted to publish in International Journal of Soft Computing.

 
 6

Otair, M., & A. Odat (2015). "Does an Arithmetic Coding Followed by Run-Length Coding Enhance the Compression Ratio?", Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 10, No. 7.

 
 7

Otair M. (2015). "Least and Unique Price Auction with Ascending Slices (LUP-AS): Playing Game Style Online-Auction", Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology, Vol. 78, No. 1.

 
 8

​Otair, M, & A. Odat (2015). "Enhancing an End User Development in Database Design using an Entity Relationship Diagram Mapper", Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology, Vol. 77, No. 2.

 
 9

Otair, M., & Alkhalayleh M. (2015). “A New Lossless Method of Image Compression by Decomposing the Tree of Huffman Technique”, International Journal of Imaging and Robotics, Vol. 15, No. 2.3

 10

Otair M. (2015). “Security in Digital Images: from Information Hiding Perspective”, chapter in IGI Global for publication in the book “Threat Detection and Countermeasures in Network Security”.

 
 11

Obadah M. A. Ayesh, Venus W. Samawi, and Jehad Q. (2015). Traffic Light Control Utilizing Image Analysis (2015). Gi-Chul; Ao, Sio-long; Gelman, Len (Eds), Transactions on Engineering Technologies: World Congress on Engineering 2014. Book chapter, Springer.

 
 12

Suhad A. Yousif, Venus W. Samawi, Rached Zantout, Islam Elkabani (2015) Enhancement Arabic Text Classification Using Semantic Relation With Part Of Speech Tagger. Proceeding of the 14th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge Engineering and Databases (AIKED '15), pp: 195-201, Spain, 10-12 Jan.

 13

AL-Khawaldeh, F., Venus W. Samawi (2015). Lexical Cohesion and Entailment based Segmentation for Arabic Text Summarization (LCEAS). The World of Computer Science and Information Technology Journal (WCSIT), Vol. 5, No.3, pp. 51-60.

 
 14

Suhad A. Yousif, Venus W. Samawi, Elkabani, I., & Rached Z. (2015). The Effect of Combining Different Semantic Relations on Arabic Text Classification", The World of Computer Science and Information Technology Journal (WSCIT), Vol 5, Issue 6. pp. 112-118.

 
 15

Mezyan, N. & Samawi V. (2015). Web Information Retrieval Using Island Genetic Algorithm. Proceeding of the conference of World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science (WCECS 15) San Francisco, USA, 21-23 October, Vol 1, pp:325-330 .

 16

Alshraa, A., & Samawi V. (2015). Load Balancing Technique Based on Broadcasting & Residual Energy Using Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy Protocol (LBEACH), Science publication, Journal of Computer Science. Vol 11, Issue 6.

 

 

Scientific Output of Faculty Members for 2017
Number List of Research Papers Abstract
 1

Tarawneh, H., Kaabneh, K., Al-Hadid, I. (2017). “Investigating of Simulated Annealing Components to Solve the University Course Timetabling Problem” In the proceedings of the 2ⁿᵈ International Computer Sciences and Informatics Conference (ICSIC 2017) (ICSIC CFP 2017), September 23-24, 2017​

 
 2

Alhadid, I., Khawaldeh, S., Kaabneh, K., & Altarwaneh, H. (2017). Efficient Big Data Transfer Technique for Static Routing Networks. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research; Vol. 12, No. 9; 2015 ISSN 0973-4562 (2017): p25.

 
 3

Kaabneh, K., Tarawneh, H., & Al-Hadid, I. (2017). “Dynamic Service Oriented Architecture Quality of Service Driven” In the proceedings of the 2ⁿᵈ International Computer Sciences and Informatics Conference (ICSIC 2017) (ICSIC CFP 2017), September 23-24, 2017.

 
 4

Kaabneh, K., Tarawneh, H., & Al-Hadid, I. (2017). “Cybercrimes, Real or Meth?” In the proceedings of the 2ⁿᵈ International Computer Sciences and Informatics Conference (ICSIC 2017) (ICSIC CFP 2017), September 23-24, 2017.

 
 5

Kaabneh, K., Tarawneh, H., & Al-Hadid, I. (2017). “Comparison of 2D-DCT with Linear Quantization and DWT Image Compression” In the proceedings of the 2ⁿᵈ International Computer Sciences and Informatics Conference (ICSIC 2017) (ICSIC CFP 2017), September 23-24, 2017.

 
 6

Kaabneh, K., Tarawneh, H., & Al-Hadid, I. (2017). "Encrypted data inquiries using chained perfect hashing (CPH)." In AIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 1872, no. 1, p. 020004. AIP Publishing, 2017.