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Articles by Maslina Zolkepli
Total Records ( 2 ) for Maslina Zolkepli
  Fatimah Sidi , A. Jabar Marzanah , Lilly Suriani Affendey , Iskandar Ishak , Nurfadhlina Mohd Sharef , Maslina Zolkepli , Tan Ming Ming , Muhammad Faidhi Abd Mokthi , Maslina Daud , Naqliyah Bt Zainuddin and Rafidah Abdul Hamid
  This study describes a comparative analysis study conducted on existing approaches, frameworks and relevant references used in field of information security. The purpose of this study is to identify suitable components in developing a threat factor profiling. By having a threat factor profiling, organizations will have a clear understanding of the threats that they face and enable them to implement a proactive incident management program that focuses on the threat components. This study also discusses the proposed threat factor profiling.
  Teh Noranis Mohd Aris , Maslina Zolkepli , Noraini Che Pa , Hazlina Hamdan and Shahrin Azuan Nazeer
  An expert system is vital in flood warning to determine the decision making output in order for a proper control of the input consisting of river level and rainfall. The river level and rainfall input is naturally stochastic, uncertain and unpredictable. Therefore, a fuzzy logic model of the flood warning expert system has been designed for user to obtain information about flood. This fuzzy model integrates multi-agent and ontology and expected to handle both uncertainty and accuracy issues whereas previous researches focus on handling either uncertainty or accuracy issues only. Simulation of outcome based on river level and rainfall is presented in this study.
 
 
 
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