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Articles by Muhammad Sohail Khan
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  Muhammad Sohail Khan and Kim DoHyeun
  Shopping is an important aspect of human lifestyle and the advancements in technologies are influencing this aspect of life as well. Most of the people still prefer to go to markets for daily groceries and utilities shopping. Traditional shopping style in the market is very hectic and inefficient because the customers have to search for products on their shopping list, select items about which they don’t have much information and have no way to compare products from different shops. This study presents a smart market model which offers dynamic information provision based on two alternate approaches. The users do not need to physically search for and select any product. Rather, view items on the smartphone while being in the market vicinity, compare and select products, order products via the smartphone and then collect the order at the counter in the shop. The model offer review and analysis service for both customers and sellers. A detailed interaction model for each process in the form of sequence diagram and business process model has been presented in the study.
  Rahmat Ullah Khan , Abdur Rashid , Zulfiqar Ali and Muhammad Sohail Khan
  This study was conducted to determine the effect of water supply at critical growth stage of sorghum in Arid Zone Research Institute, D.I. Khan. The results indicated that the yield components and grain yield were significantly affected by water supply. Irrigation applied at heading stage of the crop significantly increased plant height, maturity period, fresh and dry weight of heads plot-1, 1000 grain weight and grain yield of sorghum irrespective to cultivars. Maximum grain yield of 3319 kg ha-1 was obtained with irrigation as against 2206 kg ha-1 obtained from un-irrigated treatments. The plant height, fresh and dry weight of heads plot-1, 1000 grain weight and grain yield of different cultivars were also different significantly irrespective to irrigation. Maximum grain yield of 2976 kg ha-1 was produced by the cultivar DS-2000 compared to 2550 kg ha-1 by DS-97 Yarik. The interaction between irrigation and cultivar as regards yield and yield components of sorghum was non significant. The findings of this study suggested that the grain yield of sorghum can be increased by 50% with irrigation applied at the heading of sorghum.
 
 
 
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