FRP:An implementation language for event driven systems.

Tekuzman, Mehmet Oralp


FRF decoupling of nonlinear systems
Kalayclogiu, Taner; Özgüven, Hasan Nevzat (2018-03-01)
Structural decoupling problem, i.e. predicting dynamic behavior of a particular substructure from the knowledge of the dynamics of the coupled structure and the other substructure, has been well investigated for three decades and led to several decoupling methods. In spite of the inherent nonlinearities in a structural system in various forms such as clearances, friction and nonlinear stiffness, all decoupling studies are for linear systems. In this study, decoupling problem for nonlinear systems is address...
ROMP-polymers, in asymmetric catalysis: The role of the polymer backbone
Bolm, C; Tanyeli, Cihangir; Grenz, A; Dinter, CL (Wiley, 2002-08-01)
Ring-opening metathesis polymerization (ROMP) is utilized for the synthesis of highly functionalized polymers with covalently bound chiral prolinol units. The linear macromolecules act as multifunctional ligands in homogeneous asymmetric catalysis. The solubility of the polymers and their catalytic performance can be tuned by random copolymerization with achiral units in a simple and flexible manner. Use of norbornenes with additional well-defined stereogenic centers in the polymerizable core of the monomer...
SPL-CMM: software product line capability maturity model
Çalışkanbaş, Recep Bora.; Koçyiğit, Altan; Department of Information Systems (2019)
Software companies show increasing attention to Software Product Line (SPL) approach. SPL provides cost reduction, quality improvements, and reduced delivery time. Because of these benefits, companies want to assess their current level of SPL and to achieve a guidance for improvement. It is a relatively new area of research in which, so far, limited work has been done. These limited studies are based on Business, Architecture, Process and Organization (BAPO) model. In order to check the applicability, usefu...
WRF-Hydro Model Application in a Data-Scarce, Small and Topographically Steep Catchment in Samsun, Turkey
Ozkaya, Arzu; Akyürek, Sevda Zuhal (2020-05-01)
Floods due to heavy rainfall are one of the most frequent and widespread natural hazards. Rainfall is one of the key variables in flood modeling. For topographically steep catchments, flood modeling requires accurate rainfall sources in both time and space. The objective of this study is to compare different rainfall sources in physics-based distributed hydrologic model, (Weather Research and Forecasting) WRF-Hydro, in a data-scarce, small and topographically steep catchment. For this purpose, the model was...
FPGEN: A fast, scalable and programmable traffic generator for the performance evaluation of high-speed computer networks
Sanli, Mustafa; Schmidt, Şenan Ece; Guran, Hasan Cengiz (Elsevier BV, 2011-12-01)
Testing today's high-speed network equipment requires the generation of network traffic which is similar to the real Internet traffic at Gbps line rates. There are many software-based traffic generators which can generate packets according to different stochastic distributions. However, they are not suitable for high-speed hardware test platforms. This paper describes FPGEN (Fast Packet GENerator), a programmable random traffic generator which is entirely implemented on FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array)....
Citation Formats
M. O. Tekuzman, “FRP:An implementation language for event driven systems.,” Middle East Technical University, 1992.