Hassan Diab, Ph.D.

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2003 Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada 
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Computer Science
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Marc Frappier grad student 2003 Université de Sherbrooke
 (Formalisation et automatisation de la mesure des points de fonction.)
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Khnaisser C, Lavoie L, Diab H, et al. (2015) Data warehouse design methods review: Trends, challenges and future directions for the healthcare domain Communications in Computer and Information Science. 539: 76-87
Diab H, Lafon P, Younes R. (2014) The influence of an improved hydrodynamic model on breakwaters design Wit Transactions On Engineering Sciences. 82: 107-120
Diab H, Lafon P, Younes R. (2014) Optimisation of breakwaters design to protect offshore terminal area Proceedings of the Iasted International Conference On Modelling, Simulation and Identification, Msi 2014. 70-75
Majzoub S, Diab H. (2012) MorphoSys reconfigurable hardware for cryptography: The twofish case Journal of Supercomputing. 59: 22-41
Diab H, Itani M, Damaj I, et al. (2012) Parallel serpent under MorphoSys Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering. 127: 767-778
Diab H, Damaj I, Haffar-Habbal W. (2010) CGLT: An effective computer-based learning tool 2nd International Conference On Computer Research and Development, Iccrd 2010. 61-64
Diab H, Frappier M. (2010) B Software Specification Methods. 41-57
Diab H, Kashani A, Nasri A. (2009) Cache replacement engine: A fuzzy logic approach Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference On the Current Trends in Information Technology, Ctit 2009. 7-13
Ghaith G, Diab H. (2008) Determinants of EFL achievement among Arab college-bound learners Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues. 1: 278-286
Valiquette L, Cossette B, Garant MP, et al. (2007) Impact of a reduction in the use of high-risk antibiotics on the course of an epidemic of Clostridium difficile-associated disease caused by the hypervirulent NAP1/027 strain. Clinical Infectious Diseases : An Official Publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. 45: S112-21
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