Dr. Faris A. Almalki
Dr. Faris A. Almalki
Associate professor in wireless communications and satellites at Taif University
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Survey on collaborative smart drones and internet of things for improving smartness of smart cities
SH Alsamhi, O Ma, MS Ansari, FA Almalki
Ieee Access 7, 128125-128152, 2019
Green IoT for eco-friendly and sustainable smart cities: future directions and opportunities
FA Almalki, SH Alsamhi, R Sahal, J Hassan, A Hawbani, NS Rajput, ...
Mobile Networks and Applications, 1-25, 2021
A low-cost platform for environmental smart farming monitoring system based on IoT and UAVs
FA Almalki, BO Soufiene, SH Alsamhi, H Sakli
Sustainability 13 (11), 5908, 2021
Drones’ edge intelligence over smart environments in B5G: Blockchain and federated learning synergy
SH Alsamhi, FA Almalki, F Afghah, A Hawbani, AV Shvetsov, B Lee, ...
IEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking 6 (1), 295-312, 2021
Predictive estimation of optimal signal strength from drones over IoT frameworks in smart cities
SH Alsamhi, F Almalki, O Ma, MS Ansari, B Lee
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2021
EPPDA: An Efficient and Privacy-Preserving Data Aggregation Scheme with Authentication and Authorization for IoT-Based Healthcare Applications
BOS Faris A. Almalki
Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing 2021, 18, 2021
Tethered balloon technology in design solutions for rescue and relief team emergency communication services
SH Alsamhi, MS Ansari, O Ma, F Almalki, SK Gupta
Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 13 (2), 203-210, 2019
Performance optimization of tethered balloon technology for public safety and emergency communications
SH Alsamhi, FA Almalki, O Ma, MS Ansari, MC Angelides
Telecommunication Systems 75, 235-244, 2020
Multi-drone edge intelligence and SAR smart wearable devices for emergency communication
SH Alsamhi, FA Almalki, H Al-Dois, AV Shvetsov, MS Ansari, A Hawbani, ...
Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing 2021, 1-12, 2021
Privacy-preserving aware data aggregation for IoT-based healthcare with green computing technologies
SB Othman, FA Almalki, C Chakraborty, H Sakli
Computers and Electrical Engineering 101, 108025, 2022
EERP-DPM: energy efficient routing protocol using dual prediction model for healthcare using IoT
FA Almalki, S Ben Othman, F A. Almalki, H Sakli
Journal of Healthcare Engineering 2021, 1-15, 2021
Machine learning for smart environments in B5G networks: Connectivity and QoS
SH Alsamhi, FA Almalki, H Al-Dois, SB Othman, J Hassan, A Hawbani, ...
Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience 2021, 2021
IoT-based health monitoring system development and analysis
MM Khan, TM Alanazi, AA Albraikan, FA Almalki
Security and Communication Networks 2022, 2022
Utilizing drone for food quality and safety detection using wireless sensors
FA Almalki
2020 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Information Communication and …, 2020
Considering near space platforms to close the coverage gap in wireless communications: The case of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
FA Almalki, MC Angelides
2016 Future Technologies Conference (FTC), 224-230, 2016
Deployment of an aerial platform system for rapid restoration of communications links after a disaster: a machine learning approach
FA Almalki, MC Angelides
Computing 102 (4), 829-864, 2020
Machine learning based comparative analysis for breast cancer prediction
M Monirujjaman Khan, S Islam, S Sarkar, FI Ayaz, MM Kabir, T Tazin, ...
Journal of Healthcare Engineering 2022, 2022
Smart packet transmission scheduling in cognitive IoT systems: DDQN based approach
A Salh, L Audah, MA Alhartomi, KS Kim, SH Alsamhi, FA Almalki, ...
IEEE Access 10, 50023-50036, 2022
Empirical evolution of a propagation model for low altitude platforms
FA Almalki, MC Angelides
2017 Computing Conference, 1297-1304, 2017
Deep learning for ocular disease recognition: an inner-class balance
MS Khan, N Tafshir, KN Alam, AR Dhruba, MM Khan, AA Albraikan, ...
Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience 2022, 2022
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