Mohamed Sharaf

Orcid: 0000-0001-6722-8366

Affiliations:
  • King Saud University, Industrial Engineering Department, College of Engineering, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


According to our database1, Mohamed Sharaf authored at least 15 papers between 2019 and 2024.

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2024
Fake speech detection using VGGish with attention block.
EURASIP J. Audio Speech Music. Process., December, 2024

An Improved Data Fusion Algorithm Based on Cluster Head Election and Grey Prediction.
IEEE Access, 2024

2023
Intermittent fault manifestability of discrete event systems.
Soft Comput., June, 2023

A Robust Framework for Severity Detection of Knee Osteoarthritis Using an Efficient Deep Learning Model.
Int. J. Pattern Recognit. Artif. Intell., June, 2023

Harnessing a Hybrid CNN-LSTM Model for Portfolio Performance: A Case Study on Stock Selection and Optimization.
IEEE Access, 2023

Transmission Expansion Planning Considering a High Share of Wind Power to Maximize Available Transfer Capability.
IEEE Access, 2023

A Joint Optimization Model for Transmission Capacity and Wind Power Investment Considering System Security.
IEEE Access, 2023

2021
Adaptive versus Conventional Positive Position Feedback Controller to Suppress a Nonlinear System Vibrations.
Symmetry, 2021

A Novel High-Gain Soft-Switching DC-DC Converter With Improved P&O MPPT for Photovoltaic Applications.
IEEE Access, 2021

2020
Outlier Processing in Multimodal Emotion Recognition.
IEEE Access, 2020

Time-Delayed Nonlinear Feedback Controllers to Suppress the Principal Parameter Excitation.
IEEE Access, 2020

Towards Energy Management Negotiation Between Distributed AC/DC Networks.
IEEE Access, 2020

2019
On Algebraic Identification of Critical States for Deadlock Control in Automated Manufacturing Systems Modeled With Petri Nets.
IEEE Access, 2019

An Efficient Deadlock Recovery Policy for Flexible Manufacturing Systems Modeled With Petri Nets.
IEEE Access, 2019

Diagnosability of Vector Discrete-Event Systems Using Predicates.
IEEE Access, 2019


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