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Articles by Md. R. Islam
Total Records ( 2 ) for Md. R. Islam
  Md. R. Islam , Zain E. Elshaikh , Othman O. Khalifa , A. H.M.Z. Alam and Sheroz Khan
  Problem statement: The fade margin analysis of microwave propagation in areas affected by duststorm had been presented in this study. Approach: Based on long term duststorm data recorded in Riyadh-Saudi Arabia, the fade margin due to duststorm effects estimated. Results: The fade margin due to duststorm then derived under various water contents during the storm. Conclusion/Recommendations: It was particularly shown that duststorm have comparable effects on link reliability for typical storms.
  Md. R. Islam
  Legal context

The protection of databases has been a debatable issue. There is little doubt that databases are important for modern society and deserve protection from slavish copying. But to what extent and how they should be protected has been a matter of intense debate for the last few years.

Key points

This article discusses the protection available to databases in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Australia and then endeavours to suggest how Singapore, seeking to be a hub for research and innovation, should react to this issue.

Practical significance

The author argues that Singapore should offer more protection to the database along the line of the sui generis right in the European Union.

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