Journal Port Science Research https://www.jport.co/index.php/jport <p>journal published by The University of Uruk, Iraq, in cooperation with Bryant University, USA and supported The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Launched in the year 2018 as the official University of Uruk journal. The journal covers the topics include but are not limited. The journal adopted a policy of publishing four types of science every four months. The first issue is concerned with APPLIED MEDICAL SCIENCE specialties, the second issue is with TRANSACTION ON ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY AND THEIR APPLICATIONS specialties, the third issue is with LAW SCIENCES, and the fourth issue is with MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS SCIENCES. Journal has own managing EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, for each of these sciences.</p> <p>A partnership has been adopted with the Publons institution, to extend highly qualified peer review evaluators, and the journal counts with a wide pool of prestigious reviewers selected based on accordance with articles closely related to submitted manuscript awaiting evaluation. It is expected that the manuscripts advanced will be processed and proofread within three months. Journal have an Open Access (DOA) Publishing is a not-for-profit publishing practice, the journal is fully funded by Uruk University, Baghdad, Iraq and is available "free to publish and free to read". The manuscripts submitted to the journal are also subject to a linguistic and grammatical review and adopt the academic plagiarism detector system.</p> Journal Port Science Research en-US Journal Port Science Research 2616-6232 FORENSIC BIOMETRICS IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR DNA PROFILE HUMAN BASED ON ASSOCIATION RULES https://www.jport.co/index.php/jport/article/view/119 <p>It should be noted that there is a joint work between biomedicine such as forensic medicine and information technology through the use of information technology technologies in all fields, including determining the of DNA profile. One of the leading biotechnologies in this field is data mining techniques. There are many ways to identify disaster victims, such as fingerprints, dental record and DNA profile matching. DNA matching is a highly accurate identification way that does not need specific parts of the victim's body. Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid (DNA) is the basic elements that make up an entire section of a human. The core elements store unique information for each individual and will be passed on through generations. DNA also helps in identifying the father in paternity testing,. The limitation of applying DNA matching for disaster victim identification lies on expensive and time consuming process. To address this situation, in this paper, we performed a method to measure the confidence of matching of human DNA profiles identification using Association Rule Classification System is proposed. In this Classification system, DNA profile data is used as an input that stores human identity along with its DNA profile. advisable information or good patterns from present datasets for certain objective. The results were satisfactory and characterized by large percentage and high accuracy. Finally, performance of this system is evaluated and in turns the proposed system proves its capability in forensic human identification and scalability to handle huge amounts of data.</p> Najah H. Faleh Karim H. Al-Saedi Copyright (c) 2022 Journal Port Science Research https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-10-29 2022-10-29 5 3 143–150 143–150 10.36371/port.2022.3.3 COMPARISON BETWEEN E-LEARNING APPLICATIONS DURING BLENDED LEARNING IN IRAQ https://www.jport.co/index.php/jport/article/view/116 <p>Blended Learning (BL) is the use of both offline and online methods for teaching and learning; it allows for a planned and deliberate embeddedness of online learning into the education system and tests its applicability alongside offline learning, which ensures adaptability to emerging challenges and the upskilling of the digital capabilities of Iraqi youth. This approach was a serious try to improve the education and E-learning and it indeed had a dramatic effect as it worked to promote the general well-being of learners in Iraq. This paper investigates and presents a comparison between the E-learning applications during BLA (in term of their features, flexibility, ease of use, advantages and disadvantages, and privacy and security). The outcome of the study was relied on a questionnaire made in various Iraqi universities. A total of 100 people participated in the questionnaire, divided into two groups: students and lecturers. The results showed that most lecturers and students prefer Google Meet. Google classroom and Zoom were the second popular applications whereas Microsoft Teams was the least choice for both groups.</p> Sara Raad Qasim Eman Hassony Jaddou Copyright (c) 2022 Journal Port Science Research https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-10-15 2022-10-15 5 3 126–130 126–130 10.36371/port.2022.3.1 URUK 4D DISCRETE CHAOTIC MAP FOR SECURE COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS https://www.jport.co/index.php/jport/article/view/117 <p>In this paper, URUK, a discrete four-dimensional chaotic map, is proposed for secure communication. The 0-1 tests, the Lyapunov Exponent (LE) tests, and the National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) tests, which are typically used to verify the randomness of bits, are employed to evaluate the dynamic behavior of the system based on a variety of criteria. Based on the results of tests demonstrating the system's characteristic chaotic and random behavior, it is reliable for use in covert communications and image encryption.</p> Ali Akram Abdul-Kareem Waleed Ameen Mahmoud Al-Jawher Copyright (c) 2022 Journal Port Science Research https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-10-23 2022-10-23 5 3 131 142 10.36371/port.2022.3.2