Faculty Profile

Ghulam Mujtaba Shaikh

Assistant Professor (Study Leave)

Contact Member

E-mail : mujtaba@iba-suk.edu.pk
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I joined Sukkur IBA in 2005.


Degree From Major Year
MS NUCES, FAST, Karachi SPM 2011
MCS SZABIST, Karachi Computer Science 2004
BSc Shah Abdul Latif University Science 2002


  • IEEE Access

    Concept of Entire Boolean Values Recalculation from Aggregates in the Preprocessed Category of Incomplete Soft Sets

  • Journal of Biomedical Informatics

    Using online social networks to track a pandemic: A systematic review

  • IEEE Access

    Virtual Community Detection Through the Association between Prime Nodes in Online Social Networks and Its Application to Ranking Algorithms

  • Symmetry

    Multi-Class Disease Classification in Brain MRIs Using a Computer-Aided Diagnostic System

  • IEEE Access

    Email classification research trends: Review and open issues

  • IET Intelligent Transport Systems

    Public bus commuter assistance through the named entity recognition of twitter feeds and intelligent route finding

  • Information Systems and e-Business Management

    Dynamic personalization in conversational recommender systems

  • Expert Systems with Applications

    Adaptive Automated Teller Machines


    Automatic ICD-10 multi-class classification of cause of death from plaintext autopsy reports through expert-driven feature selection

  • Symmetry

    Recognition of Traffic Sign Based on Bag-of-Words and Artificial Neural Network

  • Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine

    Prediction of cause of death from forensic autopsy reports using text classification techniques: A comparative study

  • Journal of Biomedical Informatics

    Classification of forensic autopsy reports through conceptual graph-based document representation model

  • IEEE Access

    Social Media Recommender Systems: Review and Open Research Issues

  • ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR)

    Analysis of Online Social Network Connections for Identification of Influential Users: Survey and Open Research Issues

  • Information Fusion

    Data fusion and multiple classifier systems for human activity detection and health monitoring: Review and open research directions