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- Honorable teachers Dear students Sunday January 24 marks the International Day of Education and is the day that education undertakes to achieve peace and development Title "Revitalizing and revitalizing education for the generation suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic" The world will celebrate the third session of the International Day For education and lifelong learning. On the third of December and three years ago, the General Assembly of the United Nations was announced Marking January 24 as an International Day of Education, emphasizing its essential role in building societies and achieving development goals It is an occasion to emphasize that education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility, and without ensuring quality education Equitable and inclusive and promoting lifelong learning opportunities Countries will not succeed in achieving the equality and poverty breakthrough that would be left behind Millions of children, youth and adults. Undoubtedly, education and learning have picked their pick when they rushed to find vaccines to stop the spread of the Corona pandemic, which he sought Researchers, scientists and pharmaceutical companies to preserve generations and the future of humanity. As the world celebrates this day, it affirms the firm will to bring about change for the sake of comprehensive, equitable and quality education for all. The World Education Day is the culmination of the world's will to improve educational standards and eradicate illiteracy. It is time to support education by advancing international cooperation and solidarity in order to set education and lifelong learning as a goal we pursue To achieve. Here, our role as professors and students emerges in concerted efforts to advance the educational reality, so that Iraq has a privileged position in communicating with Knowledge despite the challenges, and this achievement is but an extension of his civilization and the history of his scholars.
Prof. Dr. Alia Karim Abdel Hassan Head of the Computer Science Department





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- The President of the University of Technology, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Muhammad Hassan Al-Ghabban, thanked and appreciates the programmer Yusef Samir Abdel-Amir For his distinguished efforts in holding various scientific events during the past period, hoping for him to make more tender in service of our university Sweetheart.





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- The Department of Computer Science discussed the MSc thesis tagged “Composite gap radar classification using multiple hash and classification structure Hierarchy for a master's student (Aseel Sami Ali) in Computer Science / Information Systems in the discussion room in the Computer Science Department building. This thesis proposes a classification system based on education transmission with bypass neural networks to classify the SAR image and it consists of eight Phase. Five experiments were proposed on this system to compare the results, and the message gave correct predictions for all groups. The discussion committee consisted of: Prof. Dr. Abd Al-Amir Abdullah as Chairman, and Prof. Dr. Ghada Kadhim Nehme as a member, and Prof. Dr. Rahim Abdel-Saheb Okla as a member and Prof. Dr. Muthail Emad Al-Din as a member And admin.





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- The Department of Computer Science discussed the message tagged "Automatic detection of compounds based on characteristic coding" to the master's student (Mustafa Najm Abdullah) Computer Science / Information Systems in the discussion room in the Computer Science Department. This message proposes a system for detecting, tracking and calculating vehicles in normal and complex weather conditions, for example days Rainy and cloudy days, to issue a decision on road conditions, whether crowded or not. The system added a pre-processing process called a technique called histogram equalization of complex weather conditions, which improves clarity Video and decide contrast. The results showed the accuracy of the system used to detect and track vehicles in bad conditions, as the system achieved an accuracy of 97%. The discussion committee consisted of: Prof. Dr. Mitil Emad Al-Din as Chairman, Prof. Dr. Abeer Salem Jamil as Member, Prof. Dr. Nuha Jamil as Member and Prof. Dr. Yusra Hussein Ali as Member and Supervisor.





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