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- The student (Zainab Fadel Yassin) obtained her master’s degree from the Computer Science Department / University of Technology for her thesis titled (A Proposed Technique to Remove, Hide, and Restore Selected Object in a Video Sequence) In this proposal, the sub-transmission system will determine the object required to track it in the video through a tracking process Object, remove the requested object from the video, and encode it with Vernam's encryption algorithm to provide security, and effectively complete the removal object background using one of three suggested completion techniques. The proposed completion technique is suitable for all states of object and camera movement (static or dynamic), and to hide them in the video itself by hiding the proposed object based on MSUSAN technology. While the proposed sub-receiving system extracts the hidden object from the video by the proposed MSUSAN extraction technology, decoding it with Vernam encryption algorithm and recovering it in the same location before removal by the proposed object recovery technology. The results of the proposed system were tested and compared to evaluate their performance using PSNR and MSE and implementation time.

That was on Monday, December 16, 2019, at the discussion hall in the department. the discussion committee composed of (Dr. Nidaa Falih Hassan and Dr. Yousra Hussein Ali) from the University of Technology / Computer Science Department and (Dr. Methaq Talib Kate'a) from Al-Mustansiriya University / College of Science / Computer Science Department in the presence of the student's supervisor (Dr. Abdul Amir Abdullah Karim).



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- The student (Muhammad Dakhil Abd Ali) obtained his master’s degree from the Computer Science Department / University of Technology for his thesis entitled (Proposal to enhance the performance of Wireless Body Area Network for E-Health Application) In this thesis, he discussed both sides, e-health security and energy consumption efficiency for WBAN, he proposed a high-yield, reliable, and energy-efficient protocol for WBAN. A new mechanism has also been proposed to connect the beams to the dock to ensure that all packets sent from the sensor to the gateway device reach and retransmit the packets that were dropped during human movement or the link failure to increase network reliability. Additionally, he proposed a patient data security system by using Blockchain technology to save user data and privacy, and encryption algorithms to secure a data transfer channel between the patient and the e-health service provider. In the WBAN segment, simulation results using Python show that the proposed protocol reduces energy consumption, increases the grid stability period, and increases network throughput which means more packets transported to the sink node which are the primary purpose of monitoring ongoing human physiological activities. That was on Sunday, 29/9/2019 at the discussion hall in the department. The discussion committee consisted of (Dr. Rehab Falih Hassan and Dr. Alaa Kazem Farhan) from the University of Technology / Department of Computer Science and (Dr. Sarab Majeed Hamid) from the University of Baghdad / College of Science and in the presence of the student supervisor (Dr. Soukaina Hassan Hashem).



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- The Division of Laboratories in the Department of Computer Science held a workshop entitled (coding the devices of the department's laboratories) on Monday 30/12/2019. by Asst. Lect. Nada Najeel, in the presence of the Scientific Assistant, Dr. Soukaina Hassan Hashem and the Director of the Laboratories Division Asst. Lect. Wissam Ali and laboratory staff. The workshop aimed to introduce the employees on how to deal with the unified system for laboratory devices coding. The importance of this workshop comes after a number of new staff joined the Laboratory Division and the opening of a new laboratory in the department, in addition to equipping the department with new computers.





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