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Articles by M.L. Ali
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  M.L. Othman , I. Aris , S.M. Abdullah , M.L. Ali and M.R. Othman
  In this study rough-set-based data mining strategy was formulated to discover distance relay decision algorithm from its resident event report. This derived algorithm, aptly known as relay CD-prediction rules, can later be used as a knowledge base in support of a protection system analysis expert system to predict, validate or even diagnose future unknown relay events. Nowadays protection engineers are suffering from very complex implementations of protection system analysis due to massive quantities of data coming from diverse points of intelligent electronic devices. In helping the protection engineers deal with this overwhelming data, this study relied merely on digital protective relay‚Äôs recorded event report because, among other intelligent electronic devices, digital protective relay sufficiently provided virtually most attributes needed for data mining process in knowledge discovery in database. The method of discovering the distance relay decision algorithm essentially involved formulating rough set discernibility matrix and function from relay event report, finding reducts of pertinent attributes using genetic algorithm and finally generating relay prediction rules. The classification accuracy and the area under the ROC curve measurements provided an acceptable evaluation of the fact that the discovered relay decision algorithm.
  M.S. Hossain , M.N. Haque , S.A. Aziz , M.S. Mazumder , M.L. Ali and A.T.M. M-E-Elahi
  Thirty-six indigenous postpartum cows were given dry straw ad libitum + 1.5 kg concentrates (control) or UMS ad libitum + 1.5 kg concentrates (treated). Cows were stall fed. Calves were tied up at night and allowed to free access or suckling to the cows during the whole day. The cows were milked only in the morning. Live weight change of cows and calves were recorded monthly and milk yield was recorded daily. The reproductive performance of cows was also studied. Live weight change of cows -57.40 and 37.75 g/d (P < 0.05); milk yield of cows 1.83 and 2.52 kg/d (P < 0.01); calf weight gain 96.99 and 139.35 g/d (P < 0.01); calving to first service interval 182 and 113 days (P < 0.01) ; calving to conception interval, 210 and 134 days (P < 0.01) and number of services per conception 2.11 and 1.94 (P >0.05), for controlled and treated groups respectively. It is concluded that UMS can be fed for improving the productive and reproductive performance of indigenous cows under the village conditions of Bangladesh.
  A.G. Miah , M.L. Ali , U. Salma , M.A.S. Khan and M.N. Islam
  A study was conducted in a typical village to evaluate the effect of pre and postpartum supplementation (UMMB) of indigenous cows on the performance of their calves. Thirty-two cows were supplemented with UMMB from 6 months of prepartum to 6 months of postpartum period and 30 cows were fed only traditional feed (without UMMB). The cows were milked once a day in the morning. The calves were tied up at the night and allowed to free access or suckling to the dams during the whole day. The birth weight of the calves in supplemented (UMMB) group (14.61 kg) was significantly (p<0.05) higher than the control group (12.00 kg). Similarly, live weight gain of supplemented calves was also significantly (p<0.01) effected by the cows supplemented with UMMB (117 g/d) than the cows without UMMB (56 g/d). The mortality was 9% in control group whereas no calf did not died during the experimental period. So, it can be concluded that supplementation to pre and postpartum cows with UMMB can have better effect on the performance of their calves.
  M.A. Baset , M.M. Rahman , M.L. Ali , A.S.M. Mahbub and M.N. Haque
  Three groups of steers mentioned as T1, T2 and T3 were maintained with untreated straw (control), urea molasses straw (UMS) and UMS + wheat bran respectively. The results revealed that feed intake were more in case of T2 and T3 than in T1. Average live weight gain/animal/day were 204.17, 400.0 and 418.75g in case of T1, T2 and T3 treatment groups respectively. Live weight changes in T2 and T3 treatment groups differed significantly from 2nd month to the end of experiment at 1% level. Maximum live weight gain was observed at T3 treatment group where extra wheat bran was added. Daily live weight gain and selling price were more in the steers of T3 group but net return was observed maximum in the steers of T2 group. It may be concluded that combination of UMS and wheat bran had an influencing effect on live weight gain.
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