Design and implementation of a toolkitfor building effective data dissemination based information systems

Altınel, Mehmet


Proposal for an integrated breast diseases rsearch and national cancer registry system design and implementation
Koçgil, Oya Deniz; Baykal, Nazife; Baykal, Ataç; Department of Information Systems (2003)
Developing an integrated system for semi-automated segmentation of remotely sensed imagery
Kök, Emre Hamit; Türker, Mustafa; Department of Geodetic and Geographical Information Technologies (2005)
Classification of the agricultural fields using remote sensing images is one of the most popular methods used for crop mapping. Most recent classification techniques are based on per-field approach that works as assigning a crop label for each field. Commonly, the spatial vector data is used for the boundaries of the fields for applying the classification within them. However, crop variation within the fields is a very common problem. In this case, the existing field boundaries may be insufficient for perfo...
Evaluation and selection of case tools: a methodology and a case study
Okşar, Koray; Okşar, Koray; Department of Information Systems (2010)
Today’s Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) technology covers nearly all activities in software development ranging from requirement analysis to deployment.Organizations are evaluating CASE tool solutions to automate or ease their processes. While reducing human errors, these tools also increase control, visibility and auditability of the processes. However, to achieve these benefits, the right tool or tools should be selected for usage in the intended processes. This is not an easy task when the vas...
Estimation of time-dependent link costs using GPS track data
Ünsal, Ahmet Dündar; Usul, Nurünnisa; Department of Geodetic and Geographical Information Technologies (2006)
Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) are becoming a part of our daily lives in various forms of application. Their success depends highly on the accuracy of the digital data they use. In networks where characteristics change by time, time-based network analysis algorithms provide results that are more accurate. However, these analyses require time-based travel speed data to provide accurate results. Conventionally, traffic data are usually obtained using the data provided from loop-detectors. These detectors...
An implementation on use of handheld technologies in medical research areas : healt habits and history questionnaire on a pocket pc
Kıymaç, H. Esin; Baykal, Nazife; Department of Information Systems (2005)
In most of the studies, face to face interviews are required with individuals for data collection and hence to apply questionnaires. There are two methods for applying the questionnaire; the paper-based and the electronic method. The paper-based method takes time and is of a high cost to the researchers. Because of writing/reading based errors, this method may cause inaccuracy in collected data. On the contrary, conducting questionnaires in electronic environment procures savings in cost and time, improves ...
Citation Formats
M. Altınel, “Design and implementation of a toolkitfor building effective data dissemination based information systems,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2000.