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Name : Ahmad Fawzi Shubita

Academic Rank: Assistant Professor

Administrative Position : Faculty Academic Member

Office 7410       Ext No 7400

Email : Ashubita@uop.edu.jo

Specialization: Computer Science

Graduate Of: Loughborough University

Qualification

    Qualification

    University

    Country

    Year

    Bachelor
    University of Jordan
    Jordan
    2003
    Bachelor
    Project Management Institute (PMI) - UK
    United Kingdom
    2011
    Master's
    New York Institute of Technology
    United States of America
    2005
    Ph.D
    Loughborough University
    United Kingdom
    2010



  • Journal Paper





      Shubati, A.F., Dawso, " ARTIFACT GENERATION IN SECOND LIFE WITH CASE BASED REASONING " , "SOFTWARE QUALITY JOURNAL",Vol.,No., Springer Science and Business Media, LLC, London, United Kingdom, 08/01/2010 Abstract:
      Launched in 2003, Second Life is a computer-based pseudo-environment accessed via the Internet. Although a number of individuals and companies have developed a presence (lands) in Second Life, there is no appropriate methodology in place for undertaking such developments. While some existing methods have been adapted by users to their individual needs, this paper explores the development of a method for developing lands specifically within Second Life. This method is based on case-based reasoning (CBR) as this method has a number of similarities with Second Life itself. A system was designed based on CBR with some modifications to work in accordance with Second Life. In this paper, the system and its modifications are discussed and its application to the development of space within Second Life is evaluated. From tracking its progress against previous specifications and future activity, an updated version of the CBR web tool component covering the latest changes and improvements in the tool is introduced here. Download


  • Conference paper





      Shubati, A.F., Dawso, " 'A Second Life Development Tool Using Feedback for Continuous Improvement " , "Quality Issues for Today",Vol.,No., Proceedings of Software Quality Management XVIII: Quality Issues for Today, Southampton, United Kingdom, 03/01/2010 Abstract:
      Collecting and analyzing the feedback for the first version of the web-based system identified the adjustments and improvements needed. Therefore, from tracking its progress against previous specifications and future activity, an updated version of the CBR web-based system covering the latest changes and improvements of the tool was introduced. In addition to this, new functionalities have been added in the improved version in order to refine and develop the original prototype to become a highly effective SL development tool. Download




      Shubati, A.F., Dawso, " 'A methodology for developing Second Life environments using case-based reasoning " , "Software Quality Management ",Vol.,No., Proceedings of Software Quality Management XVII: Software Quality in the 21st Century, London, United Kingdom, 03/28/2009 Abstract:
      Second Life is a computer-based pseudo-environment accessed via the Internet. Although a number of individuals and companies have developed a presence (lands) in Second Life, no appropriate methodology has been put into place for undertaking such developments. Although users have adapted existing methods to their individual needs, this research explores the development of a methodology for developing lands specifically within Second Life. Download




      Ghassan F. Issa, Ahm, " Local Area Grid: Power Distribution and Sharing for Neighboring Households, " IEEE 2013 1st International Conference & Exhibition on the Applications of Information Technology in Developing Renewable Energy Processes and Systems, Amman, Jordan, 5/29/2013, pp.165 - 168 " , "",Vol.,No., , , 05/29/2013


  • Doctoral Dissertation





      Shubati, A.F., " A Methodology for Developing Second Life Environments Using Case-Based Reasoning Techniques " , "",Vol.,No., , London, United Kingdom, 12/16/2010 Abstract:
      After researching and examining a variety of different software methods and techniques, it was decided to base this research project methodology on Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) techniques, which shares a number of synergies with Second Life itself. With some modifications, a web-based system was designed based on CBR to work in accordance with Second Life. Collecting and analyzing the feedback for the first version of the web-based system identified the adjustments and improvements needed. Therefore, from tracking its progress against previous specifications and future activity, an updated version of the CBR web-based system covering the latest changes and improvements of the tool was introduced. In addition to this, new functionalities have been added in the improved version in order to refine and develop the original prototype to become a highly effective SL development tool. New feedback platforms have been provided to facilitate the use of the system and to obtain results which are more closely related to the users’ recommendations. Through the feedback process, the tool is becoming ever more useful to developers of Second Life systems. This research project discusses the use of Case-based reasoning techniques and evaluates their application to the development of space within Second Life. Download
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