Mohamed Monir Hassan

Work place: Information Systems Department, Faculty of Computers and Informatics, Zagazig University, Egypt



Research Interests: Information Security, Information Systems, Information Storage Systems, Information-Theoretic Security


Mohamed Monir Hassan is a Head of Information Systems Department at College of Computers and Informatics, Zagazig University, Egypt. He has published several researches that examine topics related to information security and information systems development. Mohamed is teaching several courses for information systems, database, information security, and data mining.

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Proposed Model for Evaluating Information Systems Quality Based on Single Valued Triangular Neutrosophic Numbers

By Samah Ibrahim Abdel Aal Mahmoud M. A. Abd Ellatif Mohamed Monir Hassan

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2018

One of the most important reasons for information systems failure is lack of quality. Information Systems Quality (ISQ) evaluation is important to prevent the lack of quality. ISQ evaluation is one of the most important Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) problems. The concept of Single Valued Triangular Neutrosophic Numbers (SVTrN-numbers) is a generalization of fuzzy set and intuitionistic fuzzy set that make it is the best fit in representing indeterminacy and uncertainty in MCDM. This paper aims to introduce an ISQ evaluation model based on SVTrN- numbers with introducing two types of evaluating and ranking methods. The results indicated that the proposed model can handle ill-known quantities in evaluating ISQ. Also by analyzing and comparing results of ranking methods, the results indicated that each method has its own advantage that make the proposed model introduces more than one option for evaluating and ranking ISQ.

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Rule-based Expert Systems for Selecting Information Systems Development Methodologies

By Abdel Nasser H. Zaied Samah Ibrahim Abdel Aal Mohamed Monir Hassan

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2013

Information Systems (IS) are increasingly becoming regarded as crucial to an organization's success. Information Systems Development Methodologies (ISDMs) are used by organizations to structure the information system development process. ISDMs are essential for structuring project participants’ thinking and actions; therefore ISDMs play an important role to achieve successful projects. There are different ISDMs and no methodology can claim that it can be applied to any organization. The problem facing decision makers is how to select an appropriate development methodology that may increase the probability of system success.
This paper takes this issue into account when study ISDMs and provides a Rule-based Expert System as a tool for selecting appropriate ISDMs. The proposed expert system consists of three main phases to automate the process of selecting ISDMs.
Three approaches were used to test the proposed expert system. Face validation through six professors and six IS professionals, predictive validation through twenty four experts and blind validation through nine employees working in IT field.
The results show that the proposed system was found to be run without any errors, offered a friendly user interface and its suggestions matching user expectations with 95.8%. It also can help project managers, systems' engineers, systems' developers, consultants, and planners in the process of selecting the suitable ISDM. Finally, the results show that the proposed Rule-based Expert System can facilities the selection process especially for new users and non-specialist in Information System field.

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