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    • Linking Image Zones To Database By Using Inverse Voronoi Diagrams: A Novel Liz-Ivd Method 

      Yüksek, Kemal; Cezayirli, Ahmet (Ieee, 345 E 47Th St, New York, Ny 10017 Usa, 2009)
      This study proposes a novel Graphical Method (LIZIVD) as an effective solution to link areas on a raster map to a database containing zone characteristics data. The method involves Inverse Voronoi approach which constructs ...
    • Long-range evoked gamma coherence in acute mania before and after treatment: a sign for disturbed neural network connectivity 

      Özerdem, Ayşegül; Güntekin, Bahar; Ertuğrul Saatçı; Başar, Erol (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc, Commerce Place, 350 Main St, Malden 02148, Ma USA, 2009-06)
    • Mobile Visual Acuity Assessment Application: AcuMob 

      Akbulut, Akhan; Aydın, Muhammed Ali; Abdül Halim Zaim (2017)
      This paper presents a mobile healthcare (mHealth) system for estimation of visual impairment that provides easiness by specifying the degree of an eye as orthoscopes. Our proposed system called AcuMob which is an ...
    • Model Satellite Design for CanSat Competition 

      Bulut, Sultan Nur; Gül, Mahircan; Beker, Can; İpek, İbrahim İlge; Koculu, Ömer Eren; Topaloğlu, Çınar; Dinçer, Nurullah; Kirli, Ahmet; Ertuğrul, Hasan Fatih; Tüfekçi, Celal Sami (IEEE, 345 E 47Th St, New York, Ny 10017 Usa, 2013)
      Objective of this work is to design and manufacture a model satellite named Vecihi that is able to perform some of the basic tasks that artificial satellites perform. The satellite is developed under the rules of CanSat ...
    • More Benefits of Adding Sparse Random Links to Wireless Networks: Yet Another Case for Hybrid Networks 

      Erçal, Güneş (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 410 Park Avenue, 15Th Floor, #287 Pmb, New York, Ny 10022 Usa, 2012)
      We theoretically and experimentally analyze the process of adding sparse random links to random wireless networks modeled as a random geometric graph. While this process has been previously proposed, we are the first to ...
    • Multi-Modal sensor system integrating COTS technology for surveillance and tracking 

      Demirer, Rüştü Murat; Kozma, Robert; Wang, Lan; Iftekharuddin, Khan; McCracken, Ernest; Khan, Mohammed; Islam, Khandekar (IEEE, 345 E 47th St, New York, Ny 10017 USA, 2010)
      The feasibility of low-cost, Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) sensor nodes is studied in a distributed network, aiming at dynamic surveillance and tracking of ground targets. Data acquisition by the low-cost (< $50 US) ...
    • Multiple model based adaptive control of a DC motor under load changes 

      Cezayirli, A.; Cılız, K. (IEEE, 345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA, 2004)
      This short paper aims to survey available multiple model adaptive control (MMAC) techniques and to propose a different methodology for the multiple model based approach for the control of a DC motor under load changes. Two ...
    • Nakit Paradan Akıllı ve Güvenli Mobil Cihaza 

      Şengel, Öznur (Herkese Bilim Teknoloji, 2017-03-31)
    • Native Code Generation as a Service 

      Akbulut, Akhan; Çatal, Çağatay; Karadeniz, Emre; Turgut, Emre (2019-02)
      With the widespread use of mobile applications in daily life, it has become crucial for enterprise software companies to quickly develop these applications for multiple platforms. Cross-platform mobile application development ...
    • Neuro-fuzzy modeling for multi-objective test suite optimization 

      Anwar, Zeeshan; Ahsan, Ali; Çatal, Çağatay (Walter De Gruyter Gmbh, Genthiner Strasse 13, D-10785 Berlin, Germany, 2016-04)
      Regression testing is a type of testing activity, which ensures that source code changes do not affect the unmodified portions of the software adversely. This testing activity may be very expensive in, some cases, due to ...
    • New approach for predictive churn analysis in Telecom 

      Günay, Melike (2019)
      In this article, we propose a new approach for the churn analysis. Our target sector is Telecom industry, because most of the companies in the sector want to know which of the customers want to cancel the contract in the ...
    • On Scheduling Project Activities With Variable Expenditure Rates 

      Özdamar, Linet (KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBL, SPUIBOULEVARD 50, PO BOX 17, 3300 AA DORDRECHT, NETHERLANDS, 1998-08)
      Commercial projects are undertaken with the expectation of maximizing financial returns. There are a variety of cash flow models in the literature in which payments, whose amounts depend on the type of contract quoted ...
    • On the effectiveness of virtual reality in the education of software engineering 

      Akbulut, Akhan; Çatal, Çağatay; Yıldız, Burak (Wiley, 111 River St, Hoboken 07030-5774, NJ USA, 2018-07)
      The popularity of virtual reality headsets have been rapidly increasing. With this technology, students can efficiently interact with the course content and learn the material faster than the traditional methodologies. In ...
    • On the use of ensemble of classifiers for accelerometer-based activity recognition 

      Çatal, Çağatay; Tüfekçi, Selin; Pirmit, Elif; Kocabağ, Güner (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2015-12)
      Activity recognition aims to detect the physical activities such as walking, sitting, and jogging performed by humans. With the widespread adoption and usage of mobile devices in daily life, several advanced applications ...
    • Path-based Connectivity for Clustering Genome Sequences 

      Şengel, Öznur; Kurşun, Olcay (IEEE, 345 E 47Th St, New York, Ny 10017 USA, 2016)
      Clustering is an unsupervised data mining tool and in bioinformatics, clustering genome sequences is used to group related biological sequences when there is no additional supervision. Sequence clusters are often related ...
    • Performance Evaluation Metrics for Software Fault Prediction Studies 

      Çatal, Çağatay (Budapest Tech, Becsi Ut 96-B, Budapest, H-1034, Hungary, 2012)
      Experimental studies confirmed that only a small portion of software modules cause faults in software systems. Therefore, the majority of software modules are represented with non-faulty labels and the rest are marked with ...
    • Product review management software based on multiple classifiers 

      Çatal, Çağatay; Güldan, Suat (Inst Engineering Technology-Iet, Michael Faraday House Six Hills Way Stevenage, Hertford Sg1 2Ay, England, 2017-06)
      In recent years, due to significant developments in online shopping and the widespread use of e-commerce, competition among companies has increased considerably. As a result, product reviews have become a primary factor ...
    • Simulating Retrieval From A Highly Clustered Network: Implications For Spoken Word Recognition 

      Vitevitch, Michael S.; Ercal, Güneş; Adagarla, Bhargav (Frontiers Research Foundation, Po Box 110, Lausanne, 1015, Switzerland, 2011)
      Network science describes how entities in complex systems interact, and argues that the structure of the network influences processing. Clustering coefficient, C one measure of network structure refers to the extent to ...
    • Sintering effect on mechanical properties of composites of bovine hydroxyapatite (BHA) and Li2O 

      Oktar, Faik Nüzhet; Demirer, M. R.; Gündüz, Oğuzhan; Agathopoulos, S.; Peker, I.; Özyeğin, L. S.; Salman, Serdar (Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Brandrain 6, Ch-8707 Zurich-Uetikon, Switzerland, 2006)
      In this study, hydroxyapatite (HA) material, obtained from calcinated bovine bone (BHA), was mixed with 0.25, 0.50, 1.00, and 2.00 wt% Li2CO3. The pressed pellets were sintered at various sintering temperatures between 900 ...
    • Smart wearable patient tracking systems 

      Patlar Akbulut, Fatma; Akan, Aydın (IEEE, 345 E 47th St, New York, Ny 10017 USA, 2015)
      Nowadays Smart Wearable Systems (SWS) subject, emerges as one of the most popular research topic. Becouse of being comprimised from multiple disciplines, this area is favored by researchers of different areas. Devices of ...