1. Eighth and Ninth-Order Iterative Methods for Roots of Nonlinear Equations   


The aim of this paper is to present two iterative methods for obtaining numerical solutions to nonlinear equations. Our research shows that our methods have convergence orders of eight and nine. Analytical investigation demonstrates that our schemes are more efficient than certain recent methods. We provide numerical examples to evaluate the performance of our proposed schemes, and we also verify the theoretical order of convergence on these examples.  


Keywords:  Nonlinear Equation; Iterative Method; Convergence Order

2. The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Accounting Profession in Jordan from the Accountants' Point of View 


  The research aims to identify the conceptual framework of artificial intelligence systems, and then determine the impact of the use of artificial intelligence in its dimensions on the accounting profession from the point of view of accountants. The study sample included (165) accountants in companies and offices listed on the Amman Stock Exchange in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. This study produced a set of results, the most important of which are: The majority of the opinions of the surveyed groups are aware of the relationship between the use of artificial intelligence applications and the strategy and techniques of the accounting profession. There is no room for establishments to avoid using artificial intelligence technology, while the study recommended the necessity of issuing instructions from the authorities related to accounting using systems techniques. Artificial intelligence to be applied effectively by accountants with the aim of keeping pace with modern developments in general and at the level of the profession in particular, and informing the occupants of this profession based on the fact that in the near future the jobs of the accounting and auditing profession that do not keep pace with these developments will be replaced.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence Applications,  Accounting Profession, Accounting offices, Accounting Companies.

3. Evaluation of the Functional Properties of Millet Grains Available in the Local Market of Brack City, Libya 


  The functional properties of millet grains available in the Brak market were studied. Water absorption capacity (WAC), oil absorption capacity (OAC), solubility, and swelling power (SP) were evaluated. The results showed no significant differences between the first type imported from India and the second type imported from Niger. The water absorption capacity of millet imported from India 2.209 (±0.010) was lower than that of millet imported from Niger 2.256 (±0.090), while the oil absorption capacity of millet imported from India 1.532 (±0.096) was higher than that of millet imported from Niger 1.467 (±0.014). The solubility of millet imported from India 0.557 (±0.004) was lower than that of millet imported from Niger 0.597 (±0.001), while there was no significant difference in the swelling power of millet imported from India 9.7 (±0.2) and millet imported from Niger 9.8 (±0.3).

Keywords: Millet grains; Functional properties; Water and oil binding capacity; Solubility; Swelling power.

4. Formulation of Integral Equations for Comprehending Electroencephalography Signals during an Epileptic Seizure


Understanding the electrical activity of the brain is crucial in neurology, and that is where Electroencephalography (EEG) comes in. These recordings pick up the brain's electrical activity, helping us see hidden patterns, especially in epilepsy patients. While EEG results can sometimes look messy, like a storm cloud of signals, analyzing them with math can reveal valuable clues. This study proposes a new approach to interpreting EEG data during seizures. Instead of thinking of EEG data during seizures as just electrical noise, we propose using a different kind of mathematical equation “an integral equation” to capture the bigger picture. This could lead to a deeper understanding of how the brain behaves during epileptic seizures.

Keywords: Epileptic Seizures , EEG, Integral Equation.

5. Genotype by Environment Interactions and Stability Analysis on Linseed (Linum Usitatissimum L): Review and Basic Concepts


Linseed is currently revitalized worldwide owing to its multiple values for food, feed, medicinal, and industrial uses. It has beneficial effects in preventing cancer, coronary heart disease, and sudden death from arrhythmia for its rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, plant lignans, and soluble fiber that can contribute vital to healthy life. As a result, it is now designated as one of the healthy foods for the 21st century. This paper reviewed GxE interaction effects and basic concepts of stability on Linseed to discern useful information that could be used for future research input and development endeavors. Genotype and Environment (GxE) Intuitive are characterized as a wonder in which phenotypes react to genotypes in an unexpected way concurring with diverse natural variables. The concept of genotype by environment interactions leads to measuring the agronomic stability of the genotype. Linseed grain abdicates steadiness is affected by the capacity of a genotype to respond to natural conditions, which is decided by the genotype's hereditary composition. The stability analysis and adaptability of promising breeding materials are basic and important measuring concepts for wide and specific recommendations for known agricultural systems. The method commonly used for the analysis of G×E interaction is the Linear Regression model in which the bi-values give information about adaptability and S2d is used as a measure of the stability of performance, Additive Main Effects, and Multiplicative Interaction (AMMI) method as a measure of stability and adaptability. Linseed productivity is a direct consequence of how well adapted an individual's genotype is to the surrounding environment and specific environment.

Keywords: AMMI, G×E interaction, Linear, Omega-3, Fatty Acids, Stability.