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Abadeh

(äbädā`), town (1991 pop. 44,967), Fars prov., S central Iran. It is the trade center for a grain- and fruit-growing region. Sesame oil and castor oil are also produced there. Woodcarving and carpet weaving are local crafts.
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Abadeh, A fuzzy classification system based on Ant Colony Optimization for diabetes disease diagnosis, Expert Systems with Applications: 38(12), 14650-14659 (2011)
According to the agreement, four solar power plants will be constructed in Abadeh in Fars Province, Iran Daily reported, citing Fars News Agency.
The contract worth $100 million will be spent on constructing four solar power plants in Abadeh, Fars Province.
Specifically, we have make use of a multi- objective fuzzy model (MOGFIDS), three different GFS schemes developed by Abadeh et al.
Abadeh, "Image steganalysis using a bee colony based feature selection algorithm," Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, vol.
The following cities of Fars province were investigated in this study; namely Abadeh, Arsanjan, Estahban, Eghlid, Bvanat, Pasargard, Khorambid, Khonj, Darab, Zarindasht, Sepidan, Shiraz, Firozabad, Ghirokazin, Kazeroon, Larestan, Lamerd, Marvdasht, Mamassani, Mohr and Neiriz.
Our sample volume in this study is including 334 people that in organizations were studied, which includes education general administration of technical and vocational cities of shiraz, lar, jahrom, marvdasht, kazeroon, neyriz, estahban, fasa, darab, abadeh.
The 14 families live in Abadeh, near Shiraz in Fars province.
Among these twenty-five classes, five were held at the Islamic Azad University of Abadeh, four at the University of Kashan, four at Shiraz University and twelve at the Islamic Azad University of Marvdasht.
Iran's Air Defense Force has launched the work to build the Islamic Republic's largest air defense site in the south Iranian city of Abadeh.
Baha'is are facing particularly severe oppression in a number of other cities, including Abadeh, Aligudarz, Bukan, Isfahan, Ivel, Khorramabad, Laljin, Mashhad, Parsabad, Rafsanjan, Ravansar, and Shiraz.
Two paintings depicting Egypt by Edward Lear, Philae (estimated at [pounds sterling]30,000-40,000) and Sheik Abadeh on The Nile (estimated at [pounds sterling]30,000-40,000)