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Articles by S. Habib
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  M.S. Javadi , S. Habib and M.A. Hannan
  Inter-Vehicle Communication (IVC) has presented a promising role in vehicular technology to fulfill a variety of applications to improve safety and traffic flow. This article outlines IVC taxonomy, applications and challenges. Current trends of vehicular communication technologies are explained including classification, functions, applications, missions, requirements, advantages and disadvantages, respectively. Many IVC applications have been investigated from the literature to provide safe, comfortable and reliable vehicular operations. In this article, the recent research trends and development activities in inter-vehicle communications have been critically reviewed, emphasizing the areas where further work is needed. It is found that the continuous developing technology will certainly push the future market of high-quality IVC systems. However, the issues and challenges of the existing IVC system such as data aggregation, distribution, hardware/software compatibility, nodes density, security, mobility, market, etc. are highlighted to future system development. Thus, this study will lead the increasing need to develop new and improved IVC technology for many applications.
  S. Habib , M.A. Hannan , M.S. Javadi , S.A. Samad , A.M. Muad and A. Hussain
  Wireless communication technologies have emerged vehicular networks in the forms of Intra-Vehicle (InV), Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to- Infrastructure (V2I) communications. These technologies enable a variety of applications for driver and passenger needs, such as safety, convenience and entertainment facilities incorporated into modern automobile designs. The researchers exploit the different services that will enable to exchange useful information with-inside and with-outside vehicle via vehicular networks. Vehicles exchange information about their state, view of current road, navigation information and other general information about weather report and digital map update. A key for exchanging information in timely manner is an opportunity to access the medium for longer life with low power consumption in various ranges. They provide high reliability without experiencing long and uncertain delay. Thus, widespread adoption of vehicular networks is fast becoming a reality, where additional functions will be provide by the car electronics and the passengers will be able to access the Internet and other core network resources. This study presents an overview of the potential wireless technologies for data exchange in a various ranges, its current research activities, issues and challenges that exist in each wireless technology.
  S. Habib , B.C. Das , M.N. Islam , M.K. Hossain and M.F. Ahmed
  The effect of various tranquilizer and sedative agents was studied in sheep. The respiration rates, pulse rates and rectal temperature in sheep reduced significantly (P<0.01) with all the tranquilizing and sedative agents except promethazine hydrochloride. The chlorpromazine hydrochloride produced longest onset and shortest duration of sedation and recovery period, while xylazine hydrochloride produced shortest onset and longest duration of sedation and recovery period. Xylazine hydrochloride and diazepam decreased the rumen motility significantly (P<0.01) whereas chlorpromazine hydrochloride and promethazine hydrochloride decreased insignificantly. Hemoglobin (Hb) and packed cell volume decreased significantly (P<0.01) compared with the pre-sedative control values with all the above tranquilizers and sedatives except promethazine hydrochloride. Xylazine hydrochloride reduced the PCV in a marginally significant (P<0.05) level. Promethazine hydrochloride significantly (P<0.01) increased the Hb but PCV insignificantly. Xylazine hydrochloride and diazepam produced good sedation in sheep but chlorpromazine hydrochloride produced moderate sedation whereas promethazine hydrochloride only tranquilizes the sheep.
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