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Articles by Zulkifli Muhammad
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  Hanan Aljuaid , Zulkifli Muhammad and Muhammad Sarfraz
  Problem statement: Significant movement has been made in handwriting recognition technology over the last few years. Up until now, Arabic handwriting recognition systems have been limited to small and medium vocabulary applications, since most of them often rely on a database during the recognition process. The facility of dealing with large database, however, opens up many more applications. Approach: This study presented a complete system to recognize off-line Arabic handwriting image and Arabic handwriting and printed text database AHPD-UTM that used to implement and test the system. That system start from preprocessing and segmentation phases that deepened on thinning the image and found the V and H projection profile until recognition phase by genetic algorithm. Results: The genetic algorithm stand on feature extraction algorithm that defined six feature for each segment beak. The system can be recognized Arabic handwriting with 87% accuracy. The confusion and rejection rates are 8.4, those causes for several problems like characters with broken loops and character segmentation problem. Conclusion: Peak connection solved some of the segmentation problems and helped to provide better accuracy.
  Nik Hasnaa Nik Mahmood , Maslin Masrom and Zulkifli Muhammad
  Employee’s training is an important element for developing competent workforce in the company. Many organizations in the world have spent millions of money on employees training as they believe that outcomes from the training can contribute to human capital enhancement in the organization. However, the outcomes of training are difficult to measure without formal training evaluation process. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of employees training at Technical Academy (TA) and Telekom Malaysia (TM). In this study, the training evaluation model used was Kirkpatrick four levels evaluation model. The scope of evaluation is confined to three levels which are trainee’s satisfaction, trainee’s learning and trainee’s work performance at workplace. The quantitative method was applied in this study where self administered questionnaires and pre and post test questions were used as a research instruments. A sample of 155 TM employees who attended the training is selected as respondents. From the results, it is found that the trainees were satisfied with the training and the level of trainee’s learning was increased moderately after the training. There were also positive and significant relationship between knowledge and skills acquired with work performance. This study has a significant impact to the training evaluation practice at Technical Academy Telekom Malaysia.
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