C. V. To whom it may concern

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C. V.

To whom it may concern


Name
:
Reda Abdul
-
Wahab Ahmed El
-
Khoribi

Nationality:

Egyptian

Current Position
:
Assoc.

Professor,
Computer Science
Department, Faculty of
Science
,
King Abdulaziz University
,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Birth Date
:
3/6/1965

Educati
on
:

1.

PHD

in
Electronics and Communications

(Computer Engineering)
, Faculty of
Engineering,
Cairo

University

Title
: “
Adaptive Search Techniques for the Inverse Problems of the IFS
fractals and their transformations
”, 19
9
8

2.

MSC

in Electronics
and Communicati
ons (Computer Engineering)
, Faculty of
Engineering, Cairo University

Title
: “
Inverse Problems of IFS Fractals for Image compression and
Animation
”, 199
3

BSC

in Electroni
cs and Communications Engineering
, Faculty of Engineering,
Cairo University
,
19
88


Tea
ching Experience
:

P
articipated in teaching the following courses in the Faculty of Computers and
Information, Cairo University,
Faculty of Engineering in Aswan,
Institute of
Statistical Studies & Research, Cairo University
,

6
th

of October University for
Mo
dern Sciences and Arts (MSA)

and King Abdul
-
Aziz University
:
Computer
Graphics, Virtual Reality, Image Processing,
Digital S
ignal

Processing,

Neural
N
etworks,
Fundamentals of Programming, Digital Logic Design, Computer
Architecture,
Artificial
I
ntelligen
ce
,
Pattern Recognition,
Compiler Construction and
Numerical Analysis
.


Research Interests:

Digital Signal and Image Processing, Pattern Recognition,
Computer Vision, Machine
Intelligence,

Information Security,

Data Hiding

and

Inverse Problems
, E
-
learning an
d
multimedia


Publications

1.

On the Inverse Problem of IFS Fractals,

Journal of Engineering and Applied
Scienc
e, Vol. 39, No. 1, February 1993

2.

A guided search technique for the inverse problem of IFS Fractals, 5
th

international conference, Faculty of Enginee
ring, Al
-
Azhar University
, 1998

3.

A modified KNN approach to the Inverse Problem of IFS Fractals,
Egyptian
Computer Journal, Vol.
31
, No. 1,
January

200
3
.

4.

Training of Continuous HMM using Evolutionary Computation Techniques,
Egyptian Computer Journal, Vol.
31
, No. 1,
June

200
3
.

5.

A A Hybrid System for Face Recognition, Egyptian Informatics Journal, Vol. 1,
No. 2, December 2000.

6.

An Evolutionary Algorithm for Time Normalization Problem in Pattern
Recognition, Egyptian Informatics Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1, June 200
1

7.

Solving the Probabilistic Decoding Problems Using Evolutionary Computation
Techniques, Proceeding of 5th WSES/IEEE World Multi
-
Conference in Circuits,
Systems, Communications and Computers,
Create

2001

8.

Signature Verification System based on Principle Com
ponent Analysis, Egyptian
Computer Journal, Vol. 29, No. 1, June 2001

9.

A New Evolutionary Algorithm Based
Appr oach

for Fractal Inverse Problem,

Egyptian Informatics Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2, December 2002


10.

An HMM
-
Based System for Blind Steganography Detection
, Proceeding of 11
th

International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Application, Cairo, 2003

11.

Multi
-
Observation Training of the Hidden Markov Tree Model, Egyptian
Informatics Journal, December 2005

12.

HMT of the Ranklet Transform for Face Recognition and
Verification, ICGST
International Journal on Graphics, Vision and Image Processing
, vol 6, no. 3,
2006
.

13.

Discrete Hidden Markov Tree Modelling of Ranklet Transform for Mass
Classification in Mammograms
,
ICGST International Journal on Bioinformatics
and Medi
cal Engineering, vol 5, no 1, 2006.

14.

An Intelligent System Based on Statistical Learning For Searching in Arabic Text,
ICGST


International Journal on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning,
AIML, vol. 6, no. 3, 2006