Monday, 25 January 2010

Global IT Universal Solution

My name are Prince Sheikh Alhaji Imam (Dr) Mohammed Adekunle Davies (JP) AFP Bsc(Hons) University of Southampton, ACIB MSCE A+ ECDL NVQIV Pioneer Founder of Global IT Universal Solution was launched at the Hilton Meropole on thursday the 7th January 2010 after extensive technical researches and training and consultation with my professor and my tutor Mentor.
Dr. Mohideen Ibramsha
Manager
Mohi-Al-Deen Technologies, LLC
http://www.deentech.com
manager@deentech.com
ibramsha7@yahoo.com
8312 Regency Woods Way,
Louisville, KY – 40220,
USA

Objective: To excel in every activity undertaken.
Future: Work for the benefit of mankind.
Present: Perform freelance research on different problems of interest.

Past:
Summary
Self study and research in Islam has resulted in more than 150 Email publications, more than 30 Internal publications, and more than 70 Internet interactions from January 2003 onwards. During this period I had sent 6 personal communications on various technical topics. Further along with 2 friends by interacting over the Internet alone produced a major work in Mathematics and Computer Science which was made an Internal Communication during 2009. Academic publication in Computer Science and Engineering and other technical disciplines are given under details.
After a BS in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering I had served as a faculty of Computer Science for more than 3 decades. During this period I had published 32 scholarly articles, guided 6 Ph.D. theses, 28 MS theses and 25 BS Capstone Projects. Further 3 personal communications were made during this period.

Details:
Education
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering with specialization in Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Kanpur, India (1974 ). (Achievement: First Computer Ph.D. of IIT Kanpur straight after B.E., based on excellent performance in first year of M.Tech.)
B.E. (Hons) Electrical Engineering with specialization in Power Systems Thiagarajar College of Engineering, University of Madras, India (1968) (Achievement: Gold Medal winner for being first in the university).
Experience
1. January 2003 onwards
Manager, Mohi-Al-Deen Technologies, LLC, Washington, DC, USA
2. September 2000 – January 2003
Associate Professor, School of Computer Science, Framingham State College, MA, USA
3. August 2000 – September 2000
Consultant on CSAB Accreditation Planning, Framingham State College, MA, USA
4. March 2000 to July 2000
Professor and Chair, Department of Information Technology, Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.
5. February 1996 to February 2000
Professor, Department of Computer Science, Engineering and Applications, Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.
6. May 1995 to February 1996
Professor and Chair, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India
7. September 1993 to May 1995
Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India
8. September 1991 to September 1993
Professor and Chair, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India
9. October 1984 to August 1991
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Engineering, College of Computer and Information Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia,
10. January 1984 to October 1984
Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), New Delhi, India (First to be promoted without attending the interview in person in IIT New Delhi.)
11. June 1982 to January 1984
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), New Delhi, India
12. January 1975 to June 1982
Assistant Professor, Computer Technology Group, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), New Delhi, India.
13. September 1972 to January 1975
Lecturer, Computer Centre, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India
14. September 1970 to September 1972
Senior Research Assistant, Computer Centre, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT),
Kanpur, India.
15. July 1969 to September 1970
Junior Research Assistant, Computer Centre, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, India.
16. January 1969 to July 1969
Junior Research Assistant, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, India.
Achievements
Gold Medal winner for First Rank in Electrical Engineering BS from the University of Madras, Madras, India.
First Computer Ph.D. of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India straight after BS.
The only Computer Expert on Deputation to the Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand during May to July 1984 from among all the experts in India.
The only participant from the whole of the Middle East in the Second Bilingual Computing Conference held at the University of Cambridge in September 1990.
As indicated by friends, first faculty member of the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi to be promoted to the post of Professor in absentia.
A proposal to start a National Institute of Compunication Entrepreneurship was approved by the Electronics Commission of the Government of India, but fell through because of a change of Government in 1980-81.
Supervisor of the only Ph.D. scholar of the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, to have submitted the Ph.D. thesis just after two years of study after BS.
Supervisor of the first classified Ph.D. thesis of the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi.
E_mail Publications
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1. Further Clarification on Abortion -- September 16, 2009
2. A Dua for 'Night of Power' - 5 (Final) -- September 15, 2009
3. Fight usury along with Allah -- September 15, 2009
4. A Dua for 'Night of Power' - 4 -- September 14, 2009
5. Swine flu -- My dad is not hiding under the bed -- September 13, 2009 [some to be inserted.]
6. Church, Masjid, and Synagogue on the same spot -- May 12, 2009
7. Do Americans feel Israel cannot defend herself after attacking Iran? -- May 11, 2009
8. Are the Muslims ignorant of Arabic in trouble? -- May 6, 2009
9. Do shades of lies lead to the same punishment? -- May 6, 2009
10. Black cumin is the only medicine for flu -- May 5, 2009
11. Pakistan's nuke systems and leader of Al Qaeda in Chitral??? -- May 3, 2009
12. An interpretation of Verse 12:108 Inshah Allah -- May 3, 2009
13. An ill-conceived resolution of Congress and Senate of USA -- May 2, 2009
14. Thwarting silent biowarfare experimentation on mankind, Inshah Allah -- May 1, 2009
15. Is it time for Al-Qunut on swine flu? -- April 30, 2009
16. Recent achievements by Muslim Women -- April 30, 2009
17. Ablution protects from swine flu, Inshah Allah -- April 29, 2009
18. Are Catholics racist? -- April 28, 2009
19. Can Chapter 1 of the Holy Quran be vaccine too? -- April 27, 2009
20. For every Arab living inside Israel -- April 26, 2009
21. Financial crisis expected to improve after June 15, 2009 Inshah Allah – April 24, 2009
22. China buying copper is not necessarily to escape dollar trap – April 22, 2009
23. Was 9/11 part of Israel’s Middle East Agenda? – April 22, 2009
24. Proof of Israel’s hand in the 9/11 attacks – April 19, 2009
25. Israel’s propaganda aims to create conflict between USA and Iran – April 18, 2009
26. No sin other than suspicion on fidelity calls for oath invoking curse – April 16, 2009
27. Virtual sea corridors to eliminate piracy and stealing of fish – April 16, 2009
28. No Global Conquest – April 15, 2009
29. Israel against US (regarding Iran) – April 14, 2009
30. Stem cells make a 90 year old woman fertile thousands of years ago – April 13, 2009
31. This camouflage in Afghanistan is counter productive – April 8, 2009
32. Gold Standard without gold backing – April 7, 2009
33. Adopted father-in-law – April 4, 2009
34. Dawah everywhere in every condition Inshah Allah – March 28, 2009
35. Most superior fasting under restrictions – March 25, 2009
36. Fasting on Saturdays [forbidden unless obligatory] – March 24, 2009
37. Moon split miracle – a scientific explanation, Inshah Allah – March 24, 2009
38. Physical & spiritual benefits of Chapters of the Holy Quran – March 18, 2009
39. Speculator should not hurt me – March 11, 2009
40. Is it true that the Injeal revealed to Prophet Isa (a.s) is kept? – March 8, 2009
41. I want to celebrate Moulid – Don’t rename Sunnah as Moulid – March 2, 2009
42. Mankind to protect Holy Quran from intentional violence – March 1, 2009
43. Ya Allah! Save mankind from polar earthquakes – February 27, 2009
44. The Holy Quran will be burnt on next Saturday – Verse 9:32 – February 26, 2009
45. A meaning of Eid – for consideration by Grand Mufti and others – February 17, 2009
46. Burying of Imam – Cleveland – Ya Allah remove the delay in future – February 14, 2009
47. Do not eat or drink with left hand! – Evidence sought by MasjidNabwi – February 12, 2009
48. Syriac Bible – Message and not the medium is important – February 7, 2009
49. Is ‘death of globalization’ birth of ‘Khilafath?’ – February 1, 2009
50. Pleasing mother and wife – January 24, 2009
51. Clarification on Mureed – January 22, 2009
52. Hijab with In Laws? – a meaning of death. – January 22, 2009.
53. Dignity of women, not military target – January 18, 2009
54. Ya Allah! Make attendance at the Masjid compulsory for US Muslims – January 4, 2009
55. Muslim families in need … your chance for charity … one third of wealth could be donated – December 28, 2008
56. Triple Talaq – Conversation between Shaykh Muhammad Said al-Buti and a Salafi Scholar – December 20, 3008
57. Keeping Arafah fast to match the presence of pilgrims does not change Islamic calendar – December 12, 2008
58. Arafah fast Sunday local time for Fiji; Saturday local time for Hawaii and in between for others – December 6, 2008
59. Ya Allah protect us from spurious halal meat -- December 1, 2008
60. Love of Allah – better than – Love of God – November 19, 2008
61. Bank is usurious even at zero percent interest – November 8, 2008
62. Prophet Muhammad: A Pioneer of the Environment & Global Warming – November 8, 2008
63. Hadith: Ignorance of the Arabs – self criticism does not apply to Arabs of today – November 5, 2008
64. Disregarding nature causes stress and disease – November 1, 2008
65. Drinking water from open and closed containers – October 28, 2008
66. MaaShaaAllah! – Chapter 54 of the Holy Quran – October 28, 2008
67. First step to enslave nations – October 11, 2008
68. Solid Arguments Against the Qur’an! – is a satire – October 5, 2008
69. Sleep psychology and Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him – October 1, 2008
70. Al-Quran – Faulty literature – to the ignorant – Reply 2 – September 12, 2008
71. Al-Quran – Faulty literature – to the ignorant – Reply 1 – September 10, 2008
72. Abrogated verses of Quran – There is no abrogation whatsoever – September 10, 2008
73. Every innovation is evil – 20 rakats or 8 rakats not innovation – September 8, 2008
74. Sleeping on right side – Benefits in both worlds – September 7, 2008
75. A Ramadaan charity: Manpower intensive infrastructure projects – August 25, 2008
76. Do not single out the 15th night of Shaban – August 9, 2008
77. Let us not ‘divert the evil eye’ – July 29, 2008
78. Artificial rain in Dubai – Dajjal not yet – June 26, 2008
79. May we demonstrate our faith in 5:82 and 2:256? – June 25, 2008
80. Is Islam for the rich alone? – June 14, 2008
81. Metallic Abaya and waist-cloth – June 12, 2008
82. Even Verse 2:256 does not permit Churches inside Arabian Peninsula – June 8, 2008
83. On Arabian Peninsula – KHUTBAH: THE KUFR OF THE SAUDI REGIME PART 2 – June 5, 2008
84. A picture of the "Pillars" and more – May 24, 2008
85. Verse 2 Chapter 13 revisited – May 21, 2008
86. Prophesy in Verse 2 of Chapter 13 of the Holy Quran – May 21, 2008
87. Holy Mosques Presidency Starts Website_Live View of Holy Kaaba – May 1, 2008
88. Are we to prosecute for hospital deaths? – April 29, 2008
89. Save America by destroying the Empire – April 28, 2008
90. Great News – Costly Speech – one Danish company loses Millions – April 15, 2008
91. Three times is enough in this case – April 15, 2008
92. Verses 2:256; & 9:112 and Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ – April 10, 2008
93. Let us pray for more tolerance – April 9, 2008
94. Completely Free Speech – April 8, 2008
95. Shahid Khan’s Plagiarism exposed by sister Karema – my action – April 6, 2008
96. Israel, Palestine, and Suez Canal – April 5, 2008
97. Pics of Sand Fountain in Saudi Arabia – May Allah SWT reward Br. Ahamed Peradilla – April 1, 2008
98. Shi’as versus the Sunnis – Unity is the need now – March 30, 2008
99. The green dome – part of Masjid or grave? – March 27, 2008
100. Mecca Bucks – Our response – March 25, 2008
101. Vatican in Saudi talks on building churches – No two deens there – March 21, 2008
102. Top Saudi cleric calls for writers’ death – Allah alone – Which religion? – March 15, 2008
103. Let us avoid indirect poisonous substances (specially inside USA) – March 10, 2008
104. Reward for a good wife – March 4, 2008
105. Just 25 cents a copy for Allah SWT – March 2, 2008
106. Verse 41:34 and cartoon on Prophet Muhammad, pbuh – February 25, 2008
107. Half a spoon of Black Cumin Seed or an organic apple a day – February 16, 2008
108. Kaaba from inside and more – February 13, 2008
109. Ya Allah treat our destitute Iraqi sisters as … -- February 7, 2008
110. Petition to remove picture of Prophet Muhammad, pbuh, from Wikipedia – February 4, 2008
111. Which is stronger: Dua or technology? Please make Dua and see the result – January 30, 2008
112. Some prayers are answered immediately – January 28, 2008
113. Iran replacing Saudi Arabia – January 21, 2008
114. Restoring the image of Islam – December 30, 2007
115. A suggestion for Hajj visa allotment – December 27, 2007
116. Tolerance is not compromise – December 26, 2007
117. Greatest Rewards in Spending [in the path of Allah SWT] – December 20, 2007
118. Tolerance is part of Islam – December 19, 2007
119. Those who were denied the Hajj visa could complete the Hajj as per Sunnah – December 17, 2007
120. Br. Ibn Al-Hashimi’s opinion on ‘Qatif Girl’ as on December 16, 2007 – December 16, 2007
121. May Allah SWT free Samina Malik – December 8, 2007. [Note added on April 17, 2009: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samina_Malik : On 6 December, she was given a nine-month suspended jail sentence. She was the first woman to be convicted under the 2000 Terrorism Act. On 17 June 2008, the Crown Prosecution Service decided not to seek a re-trial following a successful appeal.] {The prayers seem to have worked.}
122. Beauty of Math that adorns a Tradition; thanks to brother Peradilla – December 4, 2007
123. Allah’s Justice and Mercy – November 30, 2007
124. New Ministry Statement on Qatif case – witness of rapist not to be accepted – November 26, 2007
125. Fitna is created by making an issue to harm Islam – November 23, 2007
126. Rape is never justified – November 23, 2007
127. Taking advantage of Verses 1 to 5 of Surah 96 of the Holy Quran – November 20, 2007
128. Medical Emergency inside the Arabian Peninsula – November 19, 2007
129. Allah’s law on the woman alone in car with a stranger – November 18, 2007
130. Saudi gang rape – issue is an attempt to divide the Ummah – November 17, 2007
131. What happened to "good Islam"? – We have to take back Islam from the war mongers – November 12, 2007
132. Exploiting Verse 5:32 of the Holy Quran – November 3, 2007
133. Continuous charity – October 31, 2007
134. The relevance of Kutba and Hajj – October 23, 2007
135. Lizard Hole information – October 20, 2007
136. The One Who Is Rewarded Is The One Who Gives in Allah’s Way – October 8, 2007
137. Silver lining in a cloud – NO MORE HASH BROWNS AND ONION RINGS – October 6, 2007
138. No more blame on Ummah. Please make Dua – October 3, 2007
139. Ablution under adverse conditions – October 2, 2007
140. Credit Cards have indirect interest – September 22, 2007
141. Translation could lead to misunderstanding – September 21, 2007
142. Could we eat suspected illegal food? – September 10, 2007
143. Plight of Iraqi widows – September 2, 2007
144. An urgent appeal from Islamic Society of Framingham – August 31, 2007
145. A timely book – August 28, 2007
146. End of paper currency? – August 23, 2007
147. Let the partition be reversed – August 14, 2007
148. Quran and Economics: Increasing Prices of Products (eg. Oil) and 2:256 – August 8, 2007
149. Mistaken interpretation – She does not shake hands with a non-mahram man – August 4, 2007
150. Power mongers and Islam – August 2, 2007
151. Dua for Muslims in Iraq – August 1, 2007
152. Spectacular Picture from POLAND – A miracle pleasing to Hindus – Message for Muslims – July 16, 2007
153. It is easy to offer the Muslim prayer in Arabic with understanding – June 22, 2007
154. Fwd: Paganism in Religion is cultural evolution – June 2, 2007 [The article forwarded in this mail was replaced with a better source after June 2, 2007 in my web.]
155. Make Dua for Muslims in one province of China – May 22, 2007
156. Balancing the Prophet Muhammad (saws) – Karen Armstrong – Chess – May 21, 2007
157. Heart does not beat – Rub Rub – Let us not fall for infidel tricks – May 18, 2007
158. MARRIAGE IN ISLAM – THE WALI OR LEGAL GUARDIAN – some corrections – April 26, 2007
159. A Refutation of Bilal Philips And His Slanders Against Ahlus-s-Sunnah – Proof for tawassul not found – April 25, 2007
160. Update Information on Family Whose Children were taken … pls read – April 12, 2007
161. Fwd: Methods of helping the Wilkes-Barre family – April 11, 2007
162. Celebrating birthday of Prophet Muhammad, pbuh, is scientifically wrong – April 11, 2007
163. A true terrible & recent event in the salafy community (sadaqaa & dua needed) – April 9, 2007
164. Fwd: [Quran Academy] First Masjid in INDIA – April 4, 2007
165. Women and Money? – Reality as per Islam – April 4, 2007
166. Know your student of Islam – March 10, 2007
167. [Firdouse-Islamic] Mahathir using his position and standing to target US policies – May Allah SWT reward him – March 6, 2007
168. Wealth or Allah? – February 12, 2007
169. Benefit of Black Cumin – February 7, 2007
170. Is my proof correct? – February 7, 2007
171. Al-Aqsa – Pray but remember – February 7, 2007


Internal Communications
1. Moon must be physically seen by Muslims
2. Ablution under adverse conditions
3. Correct Interpretation of Bukhari 29_72
4. Sectarian Strife is bad for Ummah.
5. It is easy to pray as an Arab.
6. No Sex Slaves Now
7. True Descendants of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.
8. Islamic Democracy.
9. Interpretation of Verse 39 of Chapter 8 of the Holy Quran.
10. Tradition 4294 of Sahih Muslim is not authentic.
11. Apparent Evil by Two Humans and its implications.
12. Give peace a chance!
13. Interpretation of Verse 5 of Chapter 9 of the Holy Quran.
14. Need of God Almighty - None.
15. A sufficient condition for Salvation.
16. Freedom of thought in Islam
17. Verses 9:29 and 2:256 and the Arabian Peninsula.
18. Co-wife as surrogate mother.
19. Evidence that the Holy Quran supercedes the Holy Torah and the Holy Bible.
20. ALLAH exists - A proof.
21. On female witnesses in Islam.
22. Should the ET appear?
23. No physical sex in Paradise.
24. Was Judas crucified instead of Jesus?
25. Jihad.
26. Consistency: ever present test of authenticity.
27. A test of our understanding of Islam.
28. Picture in the home page is a miracle. Why?
29. Is there abrogation?
30. Is Allah unjust?
31. Abortion in Islam
32. My authorship
Interactions
Internet Interactions

1) http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/077015.php - Sex with a girl is permitted after her first menstrual period.

2) http://armiesofliberation.com/archives/2005/03/28/you-know-these-things/ - Dhimmi status was explained; a number of issues were discussed quoting the Holy Quran and the Traditions.

3) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/006714.php#comments – Deception is to be avoided. Calamities do not affect the faithful. The hue and cry about EMP attack is war mongering. Muslims do not get humiliated by threats like nuking Makkah. [During the 2006 Hajj, a four storey building just outside the Masjid collapsed. The height of the Kabah is 14 meters, which is approximately the height of a 4 storey building. Is it possible that one of the interferometers (possibly under control of Israel) was fired at the Kabah and that the angels guarding the Kabah diverted the energy pulse just outside the Masjid?] [Mohideen Ibramsha 6.14 am EST January 20, 2006]

4) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/006654.php#comments – Verse 115 of Chapter 4 of the Holy Quran forbids fighting with a non-Muslim purely on the basis of faith alone. The crucifixion is explained in the light of the Holy Quran that they did not crucify Prophet Jesus, son of Mary, peace be upon them.

5) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/006877.php -- Calling the current generation of Jews as the descendants of pigs and apes is wrong. Consider Tradition numbered 1226 in Sahih Muslim.

6) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/006922.php -- War cannot be waged for territorial gain. Muslims have a duty to preach Islam. Whether such action results in spreading Islam or not is up to God Almighty only.

7) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/006974.php -- There is no place for rape in Islam; even with his wife, the husband cannot have sex unless she is willing.

8) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007089.php -- Even on July 11, 2005 President Bush declares that the identity of the London Bombers was not known. However, the Muslims were blamed.

9) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007129.php - Evidence to indicate manipulation of data so that the Muslims could be blamed for the 7/7 attack in London is given.

10) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007155.php - Six URLs are given showing that the 7/7 London attack is an inside job.

11) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007240.php - The fact that 911 was an internal job was explained; was threatened with a visit by the Illuminati; gave Verses 1 – 10 of Chapter 18 of the Holy Quran and Verses 6 to 12 of Chapter 82 of the Holy Quran. The discussion on nuking Makkah and Madina came to an end.

12) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007289.php - An Arab is one who knows Arabic; Islam has no boundaries.

13) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007356.php - Evidence showing the possibility of 7/7 an inside UK intelligence job is given in this web discussion. A Cambridge University faculty has given the description of the scene of attack in one of the trains.

14) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007370.php - Verses 2:256, 3:20, and 39:23 are quoted to establish that Islam could not be propagated through the tip of the sword. While Verse 4:3 permits more than one wife when females are in excess, Verse 24:32 orders the society to marry the singles, that is conduct the marriage of single woman with a single man; the unmarried are to be married, rather than a man with a wife acquiring the second wife. The collection of the Verses and their assembly into the first manuscript of the Holy Quran are described. Another Muslim brother pointed out Verse 41:34 to indicate that Islam prefers peace. Coexistence of Verses 2:219, 4:43, and 5:90 without any getting abrogated is explained.

15) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007398.php - At the end of an insane debate about the virtues of nuking Makkah, it is emphasized that there is no offensive Jihad; Jihad is defensive only; and there are evidential norms to punish a culprit in Islam. Either all the discussants got tired or my assertion on defensive Jihad was effective, the discussion ended soon.

16) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007421.php - The business of educating Americans about Islam should be carried out by Muslims and not non-Muslims.

17) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007438.php - Conversion of ‘war industry’ to ‘commercial industry’ suggested.

18) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007452.php - Today the job of ‘janitor’ is considered menial. Reference was given to the fact that Saint Peter was called ‘janitor of Heaven.’

19) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007453.php - Reference to an article dated July 29, 2005 linking CIA with the perpetrators of 9/11 given at the end.

20) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007491.php - The ‘doctrine of abrogation’ is wrong because we do not keep itikaf for twenty days. It is necessary to fight the war mongers so that others could live in peace.

21) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007517.php - Definition of innocent: Any person who does not help an enemy of the Muslims in any way is an innocent. Any land that permits Muslims to practice their religious worship can never be Dar-Al-Harb. Accordingly, USA is not Dar-Al-Harb.

22) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007544.php - Reference given to the assertion that Haroon Rashid Aswat, the mastermind of 7/7 and 7/21 London attacks was a double agent protected by MI6 of UK.

23) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007553.php - Rebecca of Jihadwatch (JW) posted about the jihadists exploiting the Internet by referring to a Washington Post article. I queried whether a Rebecca referred to in the Washington Post article was our JW Rebecca. In a site with lengthy discussions, there was just one more post. It is possible that the JW team desired to keep their address as confidential as possible.

24) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007567.php - I recommended supply of sealed nuclear reactors like the ones used in nuclear submarines for civilian energy production.

25) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007602.php - I offered to join the United American Committee which recommends actions for Muslims in America depending upon a clarification sought. No clarification was received.

26) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007628.php - The Suez Canal causes the Sinai Peninsula to become a part of the Arabian Peninsula. One point of the line demarcating the Arabian Peninsula is near the town of Iskendarun in Turkey with latitude of 36.5817 and longitude of 36.1650. The other point is near the Iranian town of Bandar-e Khomeyni with latitude of 30.4356 and a longitude of 49.1056. All the land mass south east of this line forms the current Arabian Peninsula.

27) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007661.php - Two Traditions - Number 505 Volume 1 Sahih Al-Bukhari and Number 248, Volume 4, Sahih Al-Bukhari – were given to induce the misguided British youth to leave violence and obey their parents and lead normal lives.


28) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007665.php - Sudden Response 05 was to have taken place on Fort Monroe. An anti-terrorism exercise was to have taken place on August 17, 2005. Four-star General Kevin P. Byrnes was suddenly relieved of his duty. Under orders from the Vice President’s office, Pentagon was supposed to have made plans for attacking Iran in response to another 9/11 type of attack on USA. These details were revealed on August 14, 2005. Luckily no attack happened.

29) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007682.php - As the date of death is recorded on the 120th day of conception, everyone of us shall by necessity live our full lives. Even the dead body of a Muslim is protected as given in Tradition numbered 281, Volume 4, Sahih Al-Bukhari in ALIM CD.

30) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/009989.php - One common belief between Christians and Muslims was identified: there is no sex in Heaven.

31) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007709.php - Verse 6 of Chapter 39 of the Holy Quran makes it clear that both men and women are of like nature. So men cannot claim superiority over women. In the matter of educational institutions, Islam permits ‘woman only’ institutions; there does not seem to be any such permission for ‘man only’ institutions.

32) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007736.php - We established that Tradition numbered 4294 of Sahih Muslim based on which Dr. Robert Spencer, Director of http://www.jihadwatch.org/ was claiming that Islam recommends violence was not an authentic Tradition.

33) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/007999.php - Tradition numbered 71a in Volume 3 of Fiqh-us-Sunnah defines Jihad to be one of defense only. It was explained that criticizing Islam does not attract physical punishment; any criticism is to be answered and the criticizer is not to be physically attacked.

34) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008095.php - Verse 3:154 of the Holy Quran informs that we shall be taken to our place of death. One Lt. Ken Ballard died from the bullets fired by his own machine gun while reversing his tank in Najaf, Iraq. A tree branch turned the turret and the gun fired resulting in the death.

35) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008185.php - Verse 11 of Chapter 66 of the Holy Quran shows the superiority of the wife of Pharaoh who hid her faith until her last moment. On the basis of this possibility of a revert leading a life of a non-Muslim externally but that of a Muslim in heart, it was argued that the suggestion of Massachusetts Governor Romney to monitor Masjids is not practicable.

36) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008224.php - A way to locate the statement - For example, if the sadaqah was collected and then a jihad was announced, meaning that it would become necessary to defend the territory of Islam against the unbelievers, the leader can give some or all of it to the deserving warriors. – establishing the fact that Jihad, by definition, is defensive was given.
37) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008345.php - The Israelites are welcome to embrace Islam and become our brothers and sisters.

38) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008419.php - No Indian is a dhimmi.

39) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008801.php - Wahabism is indeed peaceful. The Holy Quran printed in Saudi Arabia has Verse 256 of Chapter 2 that declares ‘there is no compulsion in Islam.’

40) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008854.php - Chapter 114 of the Holy Quran and Tradition 1038 of Sunan Abu Dawood ensure that there could be no Islamic Empire.

41) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008879.php - Prophet Jesus, son of Mary, peace be upon them was an embodiment of pure love in the first part of his life on earth; he would be pure terror for the non-believer in his second part of his life. Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, who lived his earthly life in between the two parts of the life of Prophet Jesus, peace be upon him, was moderate: neither did he observe pure love so as to allow the enemies to attempt murder, not was he so stern that a non-believer could not approach him.

42) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008890.php - Blind profit motive leads to eventual destruction. A Muslim has no permission to change places with a non-Muslim.

43) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008952.php - Tradition 9.263 of Sahih Bukhari ensures power mongers would never get to power. Tradition 6.509 of Sahih Bukhari details the preparation of the first manuscript of the Holy Quran.

44) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/008991.php - Christians and Muslims differ with respect to the crucifixion. It is hoped that science could reveal the mystery of crucifixion so that both Christians and Muslims could help each other.

45) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/009011.php - Tradition 8.817 of Sahih Al-Bukhari describes the democratic process of selecting Abu Bakr, Allah be pleased with him, as the first Caliph.

46) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/009031.php - Verse 23 of Chapter 39 of the Holy Quran declares that the Holy Quran is consistent. This is a test of divinity of the Holy Quran. Verse 86 of Chapter 18 of the Holy Quran regarding the sun setting on a muddy spring was explained. Verse 67 of Chapter 8 of the Holy Quran introduces the concept of ‘prisoner of war.’ Verse 4 of Chapter 9 explained classifying treaties into ‘treaties of non-aggression’ and ‘treaties of alliance.’ Verse 29 of Chapter 9 recommends the Muslims to fight those Peoples of the Book who refuse to ‘live and let live’ others; that is fight the oppressors. Verse 4 of Chapter 47 permits the Muslims to fight for the freedom of following their faith. Verse 33 of Chapter 5 permits Muslims to fight in self-defense. Verse 12 of Chapter 39 explained with the aid of Tradition 6.236 of Sahih-al-Bukhari. A few apparent inconsistencies shown by others were explained and it was established that they were not inconsistent.

47) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/009137.php - The link to a Washington Post article indicating the possibility of losing the ‘free access’ on the Internet was given. It looks like the ‘free market’ collides with ‘free expression’.

48) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/009211.php - By a poster: Christians are dhimmi in Israel! The Israeli coin showing the ‘Greater Israel’ is mentioned. In the current Iraq war the Jews are on the banks of Euphrates. The other river Niles is still under Egyptian control.

49) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/009271.php - The threat to ‘turkey shoot America’ by the Yakuza was mentioned. This discussion was concluded with this prayer: Oh God Almighty! All power belongs to You. All the elements behave as per the qualities given to them by You. YOU have the power to suspend or modify or change the behavior of the elements as You desire. We beseech you to make the Quantum Potential weapons to recoil on themselves when they are aimed at the American population.

50) http://news.ibn.net/newsframe.asp?url=http://news.ibn.net/newsgen.asp?url=muchf - See comment by Ibramsha: 9:122 authorizes every Muslim to issue a fatwa (provided he is knowledgeable).

51) http://sf.indymedia.org/news/2006/01/1723900_comment.php#1723965 – See comment by Ibramsha: Why are the Evangelicals supporting the Jews instead of the children of Israel, the Muslims?

52) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010402.php - So called Islamic bonds – sukuk bonds – are just window-dressed interest bonds.

53) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010420.php - Verse 9:23 cautions against taking a non-Muslim father or brother as protector as God Almighty is the protector of all.

54) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010457.php - The link giving details about the people managing MEMRI is given. It is clarified that Islam teaches politics also.

55) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010572.php - Pandit Vaid Parkash has concluded that ‘Kalki Avtar’ referred to in Hindu Scriptures is Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. Link to the above information is given.

56) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010619.php - The Big Bang and Verses 2:117 and 6:101 are related. ‘Freedom of thought’ and the consequent ‘freedom of expression’ must be restrained to avoid injury. Tradition 2 of Al-Tirmidhi from ALIM CD supports the above opinion. It is suggested that to protect the dignity of dead persons a law permitting such legal proceedings by an admirer be enacted.

57) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010653.php - All discussion came to end on the third day. We felt that instead the Japanese Yakuza triggering the eruption of the Yellowstone super-volcano the Zionists of Israel might do it to persuade all the Jews living in USA to migrate to Israel as recommended by Kabbalist Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri on 9/13/2005. Appropriate links in support were given.

58) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010698.php - Verses 5 to 7 of Chapter 86 of the Holy Quran are shown to be anatomically accurate. It is shown that the rule ‘Apostate who refuses to revert must be killed’ is necessary to ensure that the criminals do not rule the roost.

59) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010758.php - Chapter 24 of Matthew explained using Traditions of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.

60) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010815.php - The defeat of the Muslims in the 1967 war in no way indicates the success or failure of Islam. Muslims do not wager their faith on the events on earth.

61) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010847.php God Almighty does not take sides in the affairs of the earth, and thus victory or failure in wars does not affect faith.

62) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010872.php - The marriage of mother Aisha, Allah be pleased with her at the age of six and the consummation of that marriage when she was nine is to establish the recommended practice that there be no sex with prepubescent girls even if they are wives. Sex is allowed only after reaching puberty. Tradition numbered 4722 in book 20 of Sahih Muslim is quoted to show that the West would adhere to Islam until the Day of Judgment.

63) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/010947.php - Regarding the crucifixion, I stated: All I say is that the sacrifice of Judas is a possibility. I conjecture that Judas was crucified; resurrected by Prophet Jesus, son of Mary, peace be upon them on the third day; and was subsequently hung by the clergy. I was invited to consider interacting with humancafe.

64) http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/011125.php - Only a Muslim can explain Islam as it should be. It is not necessary to know Arabic to understand Islam. Islam could be understood through authenticated translations. Jihadwatch turned off comments and archived this thread prematurely just after my comments.

65) http://www.calitreview.com/Essays/roses_5023.htm - The city of Jerusalem is the responsibility of all Muslims.

66) http://www.humancafe.com/discus/messages/6/30.html?1148054581 – This discussion was started by invitation by Dr. Pepper. It has been explained that an apostate is killed only after getting three chances to escape. The apostate would be freed as soon as he/ she reaffirms her / his faith in Islam. Then the apostate is free to travel. She / he could travel to a non-Muslim land and live there renouncing Islam. There is no requirement on the Muslims that they should kill an apostate living in a non-Muslim land.

67) http://www.humancafe.com/discus/messages/6/63.html?1152261566#MB – A method to redefine the geography of the Arabian Peninsula to exclude the Holy Land is given in detail.

68) http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/48079 - A misconception regarding the ‘Farthest Masjid’ is corrected. It was suggested that ‘Farthest Masjid’ is the Throne of Allah SWT. It was clarified that the ‘Farthest Masjid’ is in fact the Masjid-Al-Aqsa at Jerusalem based on Verses 3:96 and 17:1 and Tradition numbered 585 in book 55, volume 4 of Sahih Al-Bukhari.

69) http://www.frontpagemag.com/GoPostal/commentdetail.asp?ID=23225&commentID=730636 Convert the Suez Canal to Suez Lake to move Jerusalem outside the Arabian Peninsula. The Arabian Peninsula is like the Holy See.

70) http://www.humancafe.com/discus/messages/6/78.html?1153360427#MB Continuation of the discussion after that in item 67. This was closed midway citing spam attack. Every religion that has the concept of Hell in its theology coerces as Islam coerces. Quotes were given to show that Hell is a concept in Hinduism, Jainism, Judaism, Christianity, and Buddhism.

71) http://www.humancafe.com/discus/messages/88/89.html?1153785253#MB Belief in any prediction is a matter of faith from the time it is made until the time it is proven or disproved. The men who predicted that the earth was a sphere did not get the proof during their lifetime. The situation with respect to Hell and Heaven is similar. Some religions state that Hell and Heaven would be revealed after the Day of Judgment. That is the duration of faith is finite but unknown. Does this difference in the duration of faith enough reason to reject a whole series of postulates given by religions?

72) http://www.humancafe.com/discus/messages/88/94.html?1155205342#MB – This discussion was initiated by a video that showed the Muslims in very unfavorable light including children affirming their desire for martyrdom. This discussion continues as on date.

73) http://www.humancafe.com/discus/messages/88/90.html?1154382811 – By accident we came across an interesting statistic: The monthly period of the most fertile female coincides with the lunar month. To us it is a sign from God Almighty that He created mankind and that man is not part of evolution. There was no explanation showing that it is part of evolution. We have raised a basic question: What is the proof that evolution has just a single seed? The discussion continues.

74) http://www.humancafe.com/discus/messages/88/93.html?1155114822 – Whether ‘lack of fairness’ could be a reason for ‘failure to reason’ was explored. The discussion floundered once a quote from Blair indicating lack of fairness by the West was cited. Some data and links showing that the policies of the IMF and the WB led to some corrupt rulers enjoying a very high standard of life by plunging their populations to abject poverty. The discussion continues.

75) http://blog.nam.org/archives/2006/08/steorn.php Posted a comment at 10.38 pm EDT August 5, 2006 on a way to commercialize ‘free energy.’ Give a cut in the profit to the owners of refineries who could develop the technology to pump energy into the vacuum.
Projects
Ph.D. Theses Supervised
Biomedical Simulation and Modeling
1. Dr. K. P. Kothiyal, An Unified Approach to Modeling of Sustained Muscular Performance under static and dynamic loads, August 1976 to September 1980. (The problem was an open problem for decades until we solved it.)
Databases
2. Dr. (Mrs) Hemalatha, Intentional Data Base Systems, March 1982 to June 1987, jointly with Prof. J. C. Shourie.
3. Dr. Naveen Prakash, From DBMS to Data Base Machines, October 1975 to October 1977, jointly with Prof. J. C. Shourie. (The only B.E. graduate to have submitted his Ph.D. thesis with just 2 years of study in the past and future history of the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
Logic Design and Computer Architecture
4. Dr. Amitabha Sinha, Multi-microprocessor Systems for Real-Time Applications, July 1978 to January 1984, jointly with Prof. J. C. Shourie.
Optimization
5. Dr. Ved Prakash, Some Contributions to Linear Programming Methods, October 1972 to December 1977, jointly with Prof. P. C. P. Bhatt.
Security / Cryptography
6. Dr. M. M. Kakar, Electronic Cryptography Systems, January 1975 to January 1982. (First classified Ph.D. thesis of the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India)
MS Theses Supervised
Data Bases
1. Mr. R. Raghunathan, A Query Language interpreter for Relational Data Base, June 1982. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
2. Mr. S. Rajshekar, and Mr. S. M. Bharat, A methodology for Data-Base Design in an engineering environment, June 1982. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)

Information Technology
3. Ms. K. P. Sendurchelvi, Dissertation: Economics of Information, July 1993. (INSDOC New Delhi, India)
4. Ms. Y. Mohamadi Begum, Dissertation: Hypertext Generator (Demonstrated on ISO 9000), July 1993. (INSDOC New Delhi, India) Possibly the world’s first implementation of a hypertext generator in C.
5. Ms. K. P. Sendurchelvi, Project: Information flow patterns in Madras Industries, March 1993. (INSDOC New Delhi, India)

Logic Design and Computer Architecture
6. Mr. B. N. Tandon, General Purpose Memory Tester for burning-in of large quantities of RAMs, June 1983. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
7. Mr. N. J. S. Kalsi, Tuning of ICL 2960 Order-Processor with Fast Multiply and Divide circuits, June 1981. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
8. Mr. A. Chandran, Design of Microprocessor-based Universal Interface, June 1978. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
9. Ms. Maya Saxena, Design and Interfacing of Exerciser for Digital Systems with TDC 312, June 1978. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
10. Mr. Ravindra Ojha, Implementation of Boolean Difference Method for Test Generation, June 1977. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
11. Mr. A. K. Midha, On Structured Interrupt Handlers for Mini Computers, June 1977. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
12. Mr. U. P. Shastri, Noise Analysis of Digital Printed Circuit Boards, August 1976. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
13. Mr. B. S. Thakar, Generation of Fault-Detection Tests for Combinational Logic Circuits, August 1976. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
14. Mr. M. M. Kakar, On Information-Lossless Machines, August 1974. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
15. Mr. Krishna Kumar, Verification of Digital Circuits: Combinational and Sequential, August 1974. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
16. Mr. Ashok Kumar Jolly, Design of an ultra reliable adder/subtractor, August 1973. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)

Software Development
17. Mr. S. Ashik Hameed, Computerized Demonstration of Physics Laboratory Experiments, March 1994. (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India.)
18. Mr. A. Sultan Saleem, Computerized Academic Planning and Monitoring Systems, March 1994. (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India.)
19. Mr. M. G. Sundar, Distributed File-System on the NICNET, June 1984. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
20. Mr. Rakesh Vikram, Translation of CHILL programs to PASCAL-86 programs, July 1983. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
21. Ms. Neena Gupta, A Program Generator for Business Applications, June 1983. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
22. Mr. M. Manavendra, An Aid to the Business System Designer, June 1981. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
23. Mr. J. N. Naphade, Time-Table Generator System, June 1980. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
24. Mr. Ashok K. Jain, Table-Driven Cross-Compiler Generator System, June 1980. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
25. Mr. P. N. Basu, Structured Design of Software for Generating Exercising Pattern for Sequential Machines, April 1980. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
26. Mr. B. Shekar, Structured Design of Software for Generating Exercising Patterns, August 1979. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
27. Mr. R. K. Bhatia, Design of a Structured Real-Time Module for SPC-1 Software System, June 1978. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
28. Mr. T. K. P. Nayar, A Partially Table-Driven Compiler for Fortran IV, June 1977. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)

BS Capstone Projects Supervised
Bioengineering Simulation
1. Mr. Junaid Babar, Emulation of Human Speech using Genetic Algorithms: Speech Synthesis, April 1998. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
2. Mr. Javed Chida, Emulation of Human Speech using Genetic Algorithms: Feature Extraction, April 1998. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
Logic Design and Computer Architecture
3. Ms. Anitha Anandan, Quantification of Genetic Programming: An Approach to the Design of Genetic Computers, March 1997. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
4. Mr. Naim W. Ayash, Molecular Computers, June 1988. (King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.)
5. Mr. V. L. N. Bhatt and Mr. S. Bhatnagar, Design of a Programmable Analog Data-Logger, May 1983. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
6. Ms. Swapna Kishore, and Mr. D. Ghosh, A Hardware Program-Trace Facility for the TDC-312 Mini Computer, May 1978. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
7. Mr. Akhil Kumar, and Mr. Vinay Sabherwal, Memory extension of Educom, May 1978. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
8. Mr. D. Majumdar, Design and Fabrication of an Analog-to-Digital Converter for 8 bits, May 1976. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
9. Mr. S. Chatterjee and Mr. A. Mukherjee, Design and Fabrication of a 64 lines Programmable Digital Multiplexer, May 1975. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)
10. Mr. Rajiv Sant, Alphanumeric Display on an Oscilloscope, May 1975. (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.)

Security / Cryptography
11. Ms. Vaishnavi, Multi-Modal, Multi-Lingual, Natural-Language Cryptography in JAVA, March 1997. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
12. Ms. R. Anitha, Cryptography (for speech, with an enhancement on DES), March 1994. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
Software Development
13. Ms. A. Paulin Alfy, Confidential e-mail, April 1998. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
14. Mr. A. Mahesh, Auto mailer (Utility for sending and receiving e-mails), April 1998. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
15. Mr. Tahir Basha, Data Compression and Audio-Shop Maintenance, March 1994. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
16. Mr. Sathakathulla, Inventory Control, March 1994. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
17. Mr. Ajmal Hussain, Payroll System, March 1994. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
18. Ms. Nishat Malik, Context Editor for C Language, March 1994. (Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.)
19. Mr. Aniss Driss, An Aid to Computer Centre Planning, January 1991. (King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.)
20. Mr. Abdul Aziz Al-Sehibany and Mr. Mohammad A. Al-Khamees, Design and Development of a High Speed Modem, January 1990. (King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.)
21. Mr. Ahmed Salem Bashjerah, Design of a Remote Control Unit using Spread-Spectrum System, January 1990. (King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.)
22. Mr. Mohammad S. Khorsheed and Mr. Mohammad Bara’a Shacker, Analysis and Testing of Ethernet Protocols, June 1989. (King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.)
23. Mr. Fawaz Nagib Abou-Nasr and Mr. Khalid Mustafa Abbad, Design and Development of Microcomputer based Equipment for studying Performance of Line codes Under Noise, June 1989. (King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.)
24. Mr. Khaled Abdulaziz Al-Ghoneim, Arabic Speech Recognition System, June 1988. (King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.)
25. Mr. Yousef M Al-Khateeb and Mr. Fahad A. A. Al-Tuwijiry, High Speed Modem for Video Telephone, June 1987. (King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.)
Publications
Personal Communications
1. Suggestion: A slight modification in the fuel tank eliminates foam problem, to Dr. James Hallock, hallock@volpe.dot.gov, on June 27, 2006.
2. A suggestion to avoid the next world war, email to sar@mfa.gov.il, globalpolicy@globalpolicy.org, and egypt@un.int on January 24, 2006.
3. Impact of Genetics on Medical Field, in person to Prof. Syed Ibrahim, Prof. of Clinical Medicine, Louisville, KY, September 2003.
4. Fingerprints and Neural Networks Based Identification, through web to ANNIE 2003 during May 2003, and mail to BCIS, June20, 2003.
5. Probable Cause of Columbia Loss and Possible Corrective Actions, mail to Admiral Hal Gehman, USN (Ret), Chairman, CAIB, March 25, 2003.
6. A Basic Design-Flaw in shuttle and its solution, mail to Representative Sherwood Boehlert, Chairman, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, February 10, 2003.
7. Please design the WTC in the Green way – a suggestion, email to Architect William McDonough, info@mbdc.com , August 2002.
8. Rebuild Intel ASCI Red Supercomputer with latest components to achieve more than 57,096 GigaFlops, project proposal to NSF, USA, April 21, 2002.
9. Reconciling the MSCA contract and the CSAB requirements, in person to colleagues in the Department of Computer Science, Framingham State College, MA, July 2001.




Scholarly Articles
Biomedical Engineering
1. Fatigue in Isometric Contraction in a Single Muscle Fibre: A Compartmental Calcium Ion Flow Model, K.P.Kothiyal, and M.Ibramsha, Journal of Biomechanics, Vol. 19, No. 11, November 1986, pp 943 – 950.
2. Dynamic Fatigue in a Single Muscle Fibre: An Intracellular Calcium Ion Flow Model, K.P.Kothiyal, and M.Ibramsha, 1st International Symposiun-cum-Workshop on Bioengineering, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India, December 29 – 31, 1983.
3. An Intracellular Calcium-Ion flow model of Static Fatigue in a single muscle fiber, (K.P.Kothiyal, and M.Ibramsha) Digest of Papers, IX All India Symposium on Bio-Medical Engineering, Pune, India, November, 1983.
4. Quantitative Verification of a model for force generation in vertebrate skeletal muscles, (K.P.Kothiyal, and M.Ibramsha) Applied Systems and Cybernetics, Vol. IV, Systems Research in Health Care, Bio-Cybernetics and Ecology, G.E. Laskar (Editor), Permagon Press, 1981.
5. A model for the origin of force in striated muscles, (K.P.Kothiyal, and M.Ibramsha) Modeling and Simulation, Vol. 10, W. G. Vogt and M. H. Mickle (Editors), Part –1, Instrument Society of America, Pittsburgh, 1979.
6. Microanalysis: an approach to modeling muscular fatigue, (K.P.Kothiyal, and M.Ibramsha) Proceedings of the Seventh All India Bio-Medical Conference, Hyderabad, India, June 1978.

Business
7. What buyers want from Hardware Vendors in the 1990s, Industry Trends: Hardware Seminar, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, October 1990.
8. Software Copy Protection Problem in the Muslim World: A behavioral solution, The Second Bilingual Computing Conference, University of Cambridge, UK, September 1990.

Education
9. Technology Enhancement for Learning Systems – Concepts from Speed-up of Dijkstra’s Shortest Path Algorithm, M. Ibramsha, P. Sheik Abdul Khader, and V. Ramachandran, Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching, TELT – 2002, December 19 – 20, 2002, Crescent Engineering College, Chennai, India, pp 15 – 22.
10. What do we expect from a librarian?, Proceedings of the Seminar on Planning and Designing of Library Buildings, NISSAT, Technology Bhavan, New Delhi, India, February 1980.
11. Computers in Educational Planning and Management, M.Ibramsha, and A.M.Nalla Gounden, CSI-76 Convention Record, Computer Society of India, 1976, pp 228 – 236.

Fuzzy Logic
12. Sequence based optimal multicast-trees, IASTED International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, PDCS 2002, November 2002, MIT, Cambridge, Boston, USA, pp 90 – 95.
13. Fuzzy Priority Based Algorithm for Optimal Routing in Internet Traffic, P. Sheik Abdul Khader, V. Ramachandran, and M. Ibramsha, Engineering Intelligent Systems for Electrical Engineering and Communications, Vol 9, No 3, September 2001, pp 149 – 154.
14. Fuzzy Shortest path for Optimal Routing in Internet Traffic, presented by P. Sheik Abdul Khader, (P. Sheik Abdul Khader, V. Ramachandran, and M.Ibramsha) on February 20, 2001, at MIC 2001 Twentieth IASTED International Conference, Innsbruck, Austria.
15. Fuzzy Priority Based Algorithm for Optimal Reliable Routing in Internet Traffic, presented by P. Sheik Abdul Khader, (P. Sheik Abdul Khader, V. Ramachandran, and M. Ibramsha) in Asia – Pacific Telecom 2000 on Advances in Telecommunications and Information Technology, December 14 – 16, 2000, Vellore, TN, India.
16. Is the Fuzzy Budhdhaa Independent of the Logical Aristotle?, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Advanced Computing, Chennai, India, 15 – 17 December, 1997.

Microelectronics
17. Impact of Microelectronics on Society: Two Sides of a Coin, Seminar on "Social Implications of Microprocessor and Information Technology," Indian Academy of Social Sciences, New Delhi, May 17 – 18, 1983.
18. Microprocessors in the information systems of the eighties, Proceedings of the Third Indo-US Workshop on Modeling of Science and Technology Information Systems, Technology Bhavan, New Delhi, India, March 1980.

Neural Networks
19. Detection of cyst using image segmentation and building knowledge-based intelligent decision support system as an aid to telemedicine, J. Janet, T. R. Natesan, Ramamurthy Santhosh, Sathyabama Deemed Univ. (India); Mohideen Ibramsha, Mohi-Al-Deen Technologies LLC (USA); Applications of Neural Networks and Machine Learning in Image Processing IX, Nasser M Nasrabadi, and Syed A. Rizvi (Eds), San Jose California, February 23, 2005, Volume 5673, No. 5673, ISBN / ISSN 0-8194-5646-2, pp 134 – 141.
20. On the Design of an optical character reader for handwritten single characters: A Comparative Evaluation of Padded Hopfield Network and Hamming Network, Proceedings of the National Conference on Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems, Anna University, Chennai, India, 23 – 25 July, 1997.
21. Issues in back propagation: incremental learning or one-shot learning?, Proceedings of the National Conference on Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems, Anna University, Madras, India, March 1995.

Optimization
22. Design of Cent percent efficient educational institutions, Proceedings of the Fifteenth National Systems Conference, Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University) Agra, India, January 1995.
23. Solution of Linear Programs by visits to the farthest unsatisfied constraint, (Ved Prakash and M.Ibramsha) Computer Society of India – 76, Convention Record, 1976. 24. A Primal – Dual Algorithm for Linear Programming Problems, M.Ibramsha, and Ved Prakash, Eighth Annual Convention of Operations Research Society of India, IIT Bombay, Bombay, 1975.
25. Performance Improvement of Simplex-Like Algorithms by a Heuristic, Ved Prakash, and M.Ibramsha, Seventh Annual Convention of the Operations Research Society of India, IIT Kanpur, Kanpur, 1974.
26. Minimal-Time Computation of Simulation Functions by Binary Decision-Trees, (M.Ibramsha and V.Rajaraman) Journal of the Computer Society of India, Vol. 3, No. 2, December 1972.

Simulation
27. Indo-US Collaboration on Simulation Studies, (V.Gupta, and M.Ibramsha) Record of the meeting of the Fifth Working Group on Information Science and Technology, Indo-US sub commission on Science and Technology, New Delhi, India, January, 1980.
28. A novel way to generate uniformly distributed random numbers, (P.C.P.Bhatt, M.Ibramsha, and Anshul Kumar) Proceedings of the National Systems conference, New Delhi, India, November 1974.
Software
29. Security of Data, Software, Operating Systems, and Databases, Computer Security, Dr. Virendra Gupta (Editor), Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, India, November 1979.
30. Detection of Logical Errors in Decision-Table Programs, (M.Ibramsha and V.Rajaraman) Communications of the ACM, Vol. 21, No. 12, December 1978.
31. An Interactive Experiment in Correct Program Development, Journal of the Computer Society of India, Vol. 7, No. 2, June 1977.
32. On non-determinism in software systems, (Naveen Prakash, J.C.Shourie, M.Ibramsha) Proceedings of the Second All India Symposium on Computer Architecture and Design, New Delhi, India, 1976.


Participation
Participated Conferences & Workshops
International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems, MIT, Cambridge, USA, November 2002.
International Conference on Evolutionary Computing for Computer, Communication, Control, and Power, January 4 – 7, 2000, Chennai, India.
Fifth International Conference on Advanced Computing, Madras, India, December 1997.
National Conference on Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems, Anna University, Madras, India, July 1997.
National Conference on Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems, Anna University, Madras, India, March 1995.
Fifteenth National Systems Conference, Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University) Agra, India, January 1995.
Twelfth National Computer Conference and Exhibition, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, October 1990.
The Second Bilingual Computing Conference, Cambridge University, UK, September 1990.
Third Indo-US workshop on Modeling of Science and Technology Information Systems, Technology Bhavan, New Delhi, March 1980.
Seminar on Planning and designing of library buildings, NISSAT, Technology Bhavan, New Delhi, February 1980.
Fifth Working Group on Information Science and Technology, Indo-US sub-commission on Science and Technology, New Delhi, January 1980.
Second All India Symposium on Computer Architecture and Design, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, 1976.
National Systems Conference, New Delhi, November 1974.
Talks
Invited Talks


Biomedical Simulation and Modeling
Computers in Biomedical Engineering, QIP Winter School on Biomedical Engineering, New Delhi, 24th Dec 1982.
Muscular Fatigue, QIP Winter School on Biomedical Engineering, Anna University, Madras, Dec 1981.

Computer Applications
Development of in-house team, Seminar on Introduction and management of computerization, Lucknow, 17th April 1984.
Computer Applications in business, Seminar on Word Processors, Academy of Computer Education, New Delhi, 16th April 1984.

Databases
Comparison of data models, Seminar on Data Base, Academy of Computer Education, New Delhi, 19th April 1984.
Data Base Management Systems, Directorate of Coordination, Police Computers, New Delhi, 8th Feb 1983.
Models of Data, CSI tutorial on Data Base Management Systems, New Delhi, Feb 1981.
All practically usable databases are statistically insecure, Delhi Chapter of the CSI, New Delhi, Dec 1979.
Data Base Machines, School of Automation, IISc Bangalore, June 1977.

Logic Design and Computer Architecture
Environmental specifications for computer systems, Seminar on Introduction and management of computerization, Lucknow, 17th April 1984.
Design of Computer System for national documentation centers, CENDIT, New Delhi, 19th March 1984.
Dimensions in Hardware, Seminar on How to Select Computer Hardware and Software, IIT Delhi, 21-22nd Jan 1983.
The Microcomputer revolution, TCS,New Delhi, Dec 1979.
Signals to Data Bus or interrupt bus? ALTTC, New Delhi, 1979.
Microprocessor based System Design, Winter School, IIT Delhi, 1978.
Hard-wired Approach to control Unit Design, ALTTC New Delhi, Dec 1977.
Microprogrammed control unit design, ALTTC, New Delhi, Dec 1977.
Random Logic Design Using Microcomputers, IETE Seminar, 1977.
Neuro-Fuzzy Programming
Madras Back-propagation and Mechatronics, lecture given to experts at the Syndicate room of Anna University, Madras, 23 - March - 1996.
Is the Fuzzy Budhdhaa independent of the Logical Aristotle?, lecture given to experts at the Syndicate room of Anna University, Madras on 1 - Nov. - 1995.

Security / Cryptography
Security Through Operating Systems, Sena Bhavan, New Delhi, 16th Nov 1982.
Secure Communication, Winter School, IIT Delhi, 1977.

Software development
Trends in Computing Fields, TCS, New Delhi, 29th July 1983.
ADA for Embedded Systems, Sena Bhavan, New Delhi, 30th April 1983.
Pascal and Beyond, First Course on Pascal, DRDO Computer Centre, Metcalfe House, Delhi, March 1982.
Directions in proving programs correct, School of Automation, IISc Bangalore, June 1977.
Academic administration
Academic Administration

Member, College Curriculum Committee, Framingham State College.
Member and Chair, Curriculum Committee, Department of Computer Science, Framingham State College.
Member, Search Committee, Department of Computer Science, Framingham State College.
Member, Computer advisory Board, Department of Computer Science, Framingham State College.
Professor and Head, Department of Information Technology, Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.
Professor and Head, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.
Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Crescent Engineering College, Madras, India.
Associate Member, Committee for acceptance of University Registration System, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Member, Committee for acceptance of Twin VAX 780 system, College of Computer and Information Sciences, King Saud university, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Member, Survey Board, for the Data logger of the Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Member, Board of Under Graduate Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Member, Senate Sub committee for the preparation of the proposal for the starting of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Member, Committee for the evaluation of the Data Logger of the Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Member, Committee for the maintenance of the ICL 2960, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Member, Computer Users Committee, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Member, Board of Post Graduate Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Member, Executive Committee, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Convener, Departmental Research Committee, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Member, Departmental Research Committee, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India.
Services
Consultancy Services Undertaken

Consultant, CSAB Accreditation, Framingham State College, August 2000.
Expert on Deputation to the Division of Computer Applications, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand, May 1984 to July 1984.
Member, Committee to access the computerization requirement of the National Atlas & Thematic Mapping Organization, Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, 1984.
Member, Technical Subcommittee, Research and Information System for the Non-aligned and other Developing Countries, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, 1984.
Member, Sub committee on Standards for Data Communication, Indian Standards Institution, New Delhi, 1983 to 1984.
Member, Panel on Standards for Computer Infrastructure, Indian Standards Institution, New Delhi, 1983 to 1984.
Member, Task Force for the Computerization of the Survey of India, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, 1982 to 1983.
Member, Technical Evaluation Committee (for the Computer for National Institute of Bank Management), Department of Electronics, Government of India, 1982 to 1983.
Member, Selection Committee for Hardware/Software Engineers (Software Maintenance Specialist), PETS, New Delhi, India, August 1980 to 1983.
Member, Selection Committee for Group A, Science and Technology Officers, Department of Electronics, Government of India, 1982.
Member, Computer Advisory Committee, Central Food technological Research Institute, Mysore, India, 1982.
Member, Research Advisory Committee, National Information Centre for Drugs and Pharmaceuticals, Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, India, 1982.
Member, Computer Advisory Committee, National Information Centre for Drugs and Pharmaceuticals, Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, India, 1981 to 1982.
Member, Program Committee, Computer Society of India Annual Convention, India, 1981.
Member, Organizing Committee, Computer Society of India Annual Convention, India, 1981.
Member, Working Group on Information Science and Technology, Indo-US sub commission on Science and Technology, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, March 1980

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