Production of an electronic environment cyberspace as a difference

Tek, Özgür


Intelligent Healthcare Monitoring based on a Semantic Interoperability Platform (SAPHIRE)
Doğaç, Asuman(2008-6-30)
The SAPHIRE project aims to develop an intelligent healthcare monitoring and decision support system on a platform integrating the wireless medical sensor data with hospital information systems. In the SAPHIRE project, the patient monitoring will be achieved by using agent technology where the ¿agent behavior¿ will be supported by intelligent clinical decision support systems which will be based on computerized clinical practice guidelines, and will access the patient medical history stored in medical infor...
Multi-sensory autonomous cognitive systems interacting with dynamic environments for perceiving and learning affordances (MACS)
Tekinalp, Ozan(2007-11-30)
In Cognitive Science, an affordance is a resource or support that the environment offers an agent for action, which the agent can directly perceive and employ. Only rarely has this concept been used in Robotics and AI, although it offers an original perspective on coupling perception, action and reasoning, differing from standard hybrid robot control architectures. Perceiving affordances in the environment means perception as filtered through the individual capabilities for physical action and through th...
Scientific note: colony losses survey in Turkey and causes of bee deaths
Giray, Tugrul; Kence, Meral; Oskay, Devrim; Doeke, Mehmet Ali; Kence, Aykut (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2010-07-01)
Contemporary architectural and urban practice requires a permanent connection to other edging professions such as psychology. This paper tries to reveal another specific nature of such a connection, continuing existent scientific studies in the field of architectural and environmental psychology (LeCompte and Yetken, 1975; McMillen, 1975; İmamoglu, 1976, 1986; Sunar and LeCompte, 1977) by trying to import more broadly the perceptual psychology knowledge into the architectural and urban planning science (and...
Mitochondrial DNA variation in honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) populations from Turkey
Kandemir, Irfan; Kence, Meral; Sheppard, Walter S.; Kence, Aykut (Informa UK Limited, 2006-01-01)
We have studied mitochondrial (mt) DNA variation in 334 honey bee colonies from 7 different geographic regions of Turkey. We have evaluated Dra I restriction profiles of the CO-I CO-II intergenic region, Hinf-I and Taq-1 restriction profiles of the CO-I gene and EcoR-1 restriction profiles of the whole mtDNA. We obtained three different mtDNA patterns by EcoR-1 digestion. The pattern typical for A. m. carnica/A. m. ligustica predominated throughout Turkey (327 colonies, 97.9%). We observed the pattern commo...
Ildız, Muhammed Emrullah; Uysal, Elif; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2002-8-22)
We study a pull-based status update communication model where a source node submits update packets to a channel with random transmission delay, at times requested by a remote destination node. The objective is to minimize the average query-age-of-information (QAoI), defined as the age of information (AoI) measured at query instants that occur at the destination side according to a stochastic arrival process. In reference to a push-based problem formulation defined in the literature where the source decides ...
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Ö. Tek, “Production of an electronic environment cyberspace as a difference,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2002.