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Genome-wide sequence analysis of human splice acceptor regions for motif discovery
Karaduman Bahçe, Gülşah; Aydın Son, Yeşim; Department of Medical Informatics (2020-12-23)
For eukaryotic cells, alternative splicing of genes is a vital mechanism that drives protein diversity. Splicing signals on the genomic sequence controls the regulatory factors that orchestrate the alternative splicing. 3’...
An investigation of interactions with conversational violations: Insights from visual perception and Gricean Maxim violations
Çağıltay, Bengisu; Acartürk, Cengiz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020-11)
Linguistic principles at various levels are crucial in maintaining a reliable and transparent communication for dyadic interactions. However, violating these principles might result in unwieldy and problematic communicatio...
A framework for information quality and coverageassessment for type 2 diabetes websites
Ölçer, Didem; Taşkaya Temizel, Tuğba; Department of Information Systems (2020-10-22)
Health information seekers often use search engines to access high-quality and up-to-date information. However, finding online high-quality health information is increasingly getting difficult due to the high volume of inf...
Phonological mediation in reading: a theoretical framework
Özkan, Ayşegül; Acartürk, Cengiz; Kırkıcı, Bilal; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020-10-14)
A set of perceptual and cognitive processes at various levels, from low-level visual perception to high-level discourse comprehension, underlie reading. Accordingly, research on reading focuses on different aspects of re...
Statistical inference based load balanced routing in software defined networks
Kaya, Semih; Koçyiğit, Altan; Department of Information Systems (2020-10-14)
Networks have been the main method of transferring data for more than forty years. The traffic volumes and sizes of networks have increased considerably in the last two decades. The traditional methods used in the networ...
The effect of executive control training on emotional distraction during conflict resolution: a pupillometry study
Koç Yılmaz, Şeyma; Bozşahin, Hüseyin Cem; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020-10-9)
Task-irrelevant emotion distracts executive processing on the one hand and executive control suppresses emotional processing on the other. This reciprocal cognitionemotion link underlies emotion regulation, which is criti...
Idioms as multi-word expressions in Turkish
Güven, Arzu Burcu; Bozşahin, Hüseyin Cem; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020-10)
Idioms constitute several challenges for both Natural Language Processing (NLP) and linguistic analysis. A better understanding of idioms will yield valuable insights about natural language as well as the way it is process...
A mathematical word problem solver for addition and subtraction problems
Er, Mustafa Erolcan; Bozşahin, Hüseyin Cem; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020-9)
Mathematical Word Problems are mathematical problems written in natural languages. These problems are crucial for mathematics education. This thesis aims to develop a model to solve addition and subtraction math word probl...
Optimal corrosion prevention in crude oil refineries with surrogate modeling
Yandık, Yücelen Bahadır; Koçyiğit, Altan; Department of Information Systems (2020-9)
Energy demand in the world is increasing day by day, which makes energy markets extremely competitive. Crude oil refineries have to adapt to this competition like other players in the energy field. Corrosion is a common ...
Development of adaptive serious games for the training of children with specific learning disabilities
Yıldırım, Oğuzcan; Sürer, Elif; Department of Modeling and Simulation (2020-9)
Recent developments in technology and the video game industry enabled video games to play essential roles, especially in education, health, and military services under the umbrella term serious games (SGs). Recent studies ...
3d indoor scene segmentation using consensus clustering
Küçükdemir, Furkan Mevlüt; Sahillioglu , Yusuf; Department of Modeling and Simulation (2020-8)
In this study, we propose an indoor scene segmentation method which utilizes consensus clustering. Unlike most of the recently offered methods in literature, our approach does not rely on deep learning techniques. Therefor...
Design of a context aware security model for preventing relay attacks using NFC enabled mobile devices
Çavdar, Davut; Betin Can, Aysu; Department of Information Systems (2020)
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a promising communication technology used in smart mobile devices. As an effective and flexible communication technology, NFC is frequently used in innovative solutions nowadays such as pa...
Network-based discovery of molecular targeted agent treatments in hepatocellular carcinoma
Fayetörbay, Rumeys; Tunçbağ, Nurcan; Department of Bioinformatics (2020)
Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the most-deadly cancers and the most common type of primary liver cancer. Multikinase inhibitor Sorafenib is one of FDA approved targeted agents in HCC treatment. PI3K/AKT/mTOR path...
Eye tracking for interactive accessibility: a usability analysis of communication interfaces
Arslan, Kaan Sergen; Acartürk, Cengiz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020)
At the late stages of ALS, i.e., Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, individuals may lose their ability to speak, eat, move, and even breathe without ventilator support. Alternative modalities of communication, such as gaze, ma...
A case study on the effect of route characteristics on decision making in the sport of orienteering
Gölgeli, Tuğçe.; Çakır, Murat Perit; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020)
Orienteering is a sport where athletes need to find located targets at certain points on a predetermined terrain or in the city with the help of a map. In this sport where performance is measured with time, it is important...
Joint learning of morphological segmentation, morpheme tagging, part-of-speech tagging, and dependency parsing
Aleçakır, Hüseyin.; Bozşahin, Hüseyin Cem; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020)
In agglutinating languages, there is a strong relationship between morphology and syntax. Inflectional and derivational suffixes have a significant role while determining the syntactic role of the word in the sentence. Thi...
Biological data integration and relation prediction by matrix factorization
Abay, Gökçe; Acar, Aybar Can; Department of Bioinformatics (2020)
The available molecular sequence data has increased greatly in the last decades, thanks to the new technological developments in the field of life-sciences. In order for this data to be useful to the scientific community, ...
3D perceptual soundfield reconstruction via sound field extrapolation
Erdem, Eg; Hacıhabiboğlui Hüseyin.; Department of Multimedia Informatics (2020)
Perceptual sound field reconstruction (PSR) is a spatial audio recording and reproduction method based on the application of stereophonic panning laws in microphone array design. PSR allows rendering a perceptually veridic...
Prediction of the effects of single amino acid variations on protein functionality with structural and annotation centric modeling
Cankara, Fatma; Tunçbağ, Nurcan; Department of Bioinformatics (2020)
Whole-genome and exome sequencing studies have indicated that genomic variations may cause deleterious effects on protein functionality via various mechanisms. Single nucleotide variations that alter the protein sequence, ...
A gaze-centered multimodal approach to face-to-face interaction
Arslan Aydın, Ülkü; Acartürk, Cengiz; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2020)
Face-to-face conversation implies that interaction should be characterized as an inherently multimodal phenomenon involving both verbal and nonverbal signals. Gaze is a nonverbal cue that plays a key role in achieving soci...