Tekinalp, Ozan


Batch Ordering Problem in Multi Item Two Echelon Spare Parts Inventory Control Systems
Bayındır, Zeynep Pelin (null; 2008-08-22)
BATCH ORDERING PROBLEM IN MULTI ITEM TWO ECHELON SPARE PARTS INVENTORY CONTROL SYSTEMS Engin Topan, Zeynep Pelin Bayindir, Tarkan Tan In this study we deal with a multi-item two-echelon spare parts inventory control system in which the central warehouse operates with reorder point/order quantity (Q,R) policy whereas local warehouses implements one-for-one replenishment. In this environment we study the batch ordering problem of the corresponding system. There are two common approaches in determining p...
Batch scheduling duling of incompatible jobs on a single reactor with dynamic arrivals
Korkmaz, Gediz; Kayalıgil, Sinan; Department of Industrial Engineering (2004)
In this study, a single machine batch-scheduling problem with incompatible jobs and dynamic arrivals is examined. The objective function is the minimization of the total flow time of the jobs. For solving problems a case specific branch and bound algorithm with a heuristic upper bound scheme and two alternative lower bound procedures is used. An extensive computational experiment is conducted to investigate the effects of certain parameters on the computation time. For the most difficult parameter combinati...
Pseudo-Dynamic Testing and Analytical Modeling of AAC Infilled RC Frames
Sucuoğlu, Haluk (2014-01-01)
Two concrete frames were tested by the PsD procedure. One frame was bare and the other was infilled with AAC blocks in the middle bay. The objective was to determine the effect of AAC infills on the seismic performance of reinforced concrete frames and developing an AAC strut model. Based on the test results, it was found that AAC infill panels did not modify the deformation response of the RC test frame significantly; however, shear in diagonal strut must be considered in boundary column design. A shear de...
Distributed adaptive output feedback control design and application to a formation flight experiment
Kutay, Ali Türker; Calise, Anthony J.; D'Andrea, Raffaello (2005-01-01)
An approach for augmenting existing distributed controller designs for large-scale interconnected systems with neural network based adaptive elements is proposed. It is assumed that the controllers are interconnected in the same way as the plant and based on the available measurements, a single hidden layer neural network is introduced for each subsystem to partially cancel the effects of the sub-system interconnections and modeling errors on tracking performance. Boundedness of error signals is shown throu...
Batch mode reinforcement learning for controlling gene regulatory networks and multi-model gene expression data enrichment framework
Şirin, Utku; Polat, Faruk; Department of Computer Engineering (2013)
Over the last decade, modeling and controlling gene regulation has received much attention. In this thesis, we have attempted to solve (i) controlling gene regulation systems and (ii) generating high quality artificial gene expression data problems. For controlling gene regulation systems, we have proposed three control solutions based on Batch Mode Reinforcement Learning (Batch RL) techniques. We have proposed one control solution for fully, and two control solutions for partially observable gene regulatio...
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A. KÖKER, S. AYDIN, E. DAĞ, Ü. C. YILMAZ, and O. Tekinalp, “BATCH ORBIT DETERMINATION COMPARISON FOR GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITES,” presented at the 2021 ESA Guidance Navigation and Control Conference, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: