A computer simulation model for seaport planning

Güler, Işıkhan


The Rise of Ottoman İzmir as a commercial center
Atik, Tuğçe; Tülüveli, Güçlü; Department of Middle East Studies (2014)
This thesis aims to study external and internal factors which contributed to the rise of İzmir as one of the most important commercial city of the Ottoman Empire from the seventeenth century onwards. In this study, it is argued that beside the political and economic changes took place in the Ottoman Empire, transformations in the world economy affected the rise of İzmir port.
A linear parabolic solar energy collector.
Ecevit, Ahmet; Ögelman, Hakkı; Department of Physics (1979)
Seismic hazard assessment for the North Anatolian and San Andreas faults based on random field models
Akkaya, AD; Yücemen, Mehmet Semih (1999-12-15)
The North Anatolian fault (NAF), located in northern Turkey and California's San Andreas fault (SAF) show remarkable similarities. A random field model, developed by the authors (Akkaya & Yucemen 1996) is utilized to compare the seismicity characteristics of the two faults on a statistical basis. The seismic hazard model is based on the level-crossing theory of random fields and considers the space-time correlations simultaneously and explicitly through the use of spatial and temporal scales of fluctuation....
A new species of Calanopia (Copepoda, Calanoida) from the central Red Sea
Unal, E; Shmeleva, AA (Brill, 2002-01-01)
A new species of calanoid copepod, Calanopia kideysi, has been found in the central Red Sea. An adult female and a young male of the 5(th) copepodite stage are described. Comparisons are made between the new species and the other similar Indo-Pacific forms from the Red Sea: Calanopia minor A. Scott, 1902, and Calanopia n. sp. A (Uysal & Shmeleva, submitted). The new copepod is without lateral cephalic hooks and can be distinguished from these other small Calanopia species by the shape of its genital somite ...
An integrated approach to computational vision - The edge strength function and the nested symmetries
Tarı, Zehra Sibel (1999-01-01)
A new development in local symmetry extraction and its connections to segmentation functionals and the fronts propagating with curvature-dependent speed are examined. The basic tool is a new distance function that attains its maximum value at the shape boundary and decays rapidly away from there. It is shown that the Hessian of the distance function captures perceptual information that can be extracted easily, efficiently, and robustly in the form of nested local shape symmetries at multiple scales. The mos...
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I. Güler, “A computer simulation model for seaport planning,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1996.