Mohammed Amer Arafah is an associate professor in Computer Engineering. He received the B.S. degree from King Saud University, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from University of Southern California, USA. His main areas of research interest are computer networks modeling and simulation, wireless sensor networks, cooperative relay networks, fault tolerance, and high-speed networks.
Students are introduced to: Introduction to statistics; Frequency Tables; Measures of central tendency: Average, mode, and median; Measures of dispersion: Variance and standard deviation;...
(Old CEN Study Plan) Architecture and Instruction set of different 16 bit microprocessors; Microprocessor chips and LSI technology; Supporting chips (Buffers, decoders, system clock...
Network Layer; Routing Algorithms: Optimality principle, Flow based, Distance Vector, Shortest Path, Broadcast; Congestion control Algorithms: Leaky Bucket, Traffic Shaping; Internetworking...
Strategic units at the various levels of the cyberspace, from the personal level to the world level, through the enterprise and the country levels, need to protect their information...
Grid computing is emerging as the foundation upon which virtual organizations can be built. Such organizations are becoming of increasing importance for tackling various projects, both in...
In this paper, methods to alleviate the problem of internal blocking in interconnection networks based on WDM are studied. In an ordinary 8x8 Omega network, only 10% of all permutations are...