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Ali Emre Turgut

Department of Mechanical Engineering
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Interaction network effects on position- and velocity-based models of collective motion
Turgut, Ali Emre; Boz, Ihsan Caner; Okay, Ilkin Ege; Ferrante, Eliseo; Huepe, Cristian (The Royal Society, 2020-08-01)
We study how the structure of the interaction network affects self-organized collective motion in two minimal models of self-propelled agents: the Vicsek model and the Active-Elastic (AE) model. We perform simulations with...
Bio-inspired artificial pheromone system for swarm robotics applications
Na, Seongin; Qiu, Yiping; Turgut, Ali Emre; Ulrich, Jiri; Krajnik, Tomas; Yue, Shigang; Lennox, Barry; Arvin, Farshad (SAGE Publications, 2020-06-03)
Pheromones are chemical substances released into the environment by an individual animal, which elicit stereotyped behaviours widely found across the animal kingdom. Inspired by the effective use of pheromones in social in...
Decoupled Cascaded PID Control of an Aerial Manipulation System
Bulut, Nebi; Turgut, Ali Emre; Arıkan, Kutluk Bilge (2019-12-01)
This paper presents the control of an aerial manipulation system with a quadrotor and a 2-DOF robotic arm. Firstly, the kinematic model of the combined system and the Denavit-Hartenberg parameters of the serial robotic arm...
Anticipatory effect of execution on observation: an approach using ExoPinch finger robot
Arikan, Kutluk Bilge; Zadeh, Hassan Gol Mohammad; Turgut, Ali Emre; ZİNNUROĞLU, MURAT; Bayer, Gozde; GÜNENDİ, ZAFER; CENGİZ, BÜLENT (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, 2019-01-01)
Background/aim: This study aims to explore the mirror neuron system (MNS) involvement using mu (8-12 Hz)/beta (15-25 Hz) band suppression in an action observation-execution paradigm.
Extended Artificial Pheromone System for Swarm Robotic Applications
Na, Seongin; Raoufi, Mohsen; Turgut, Ali Emre; Krajnik, Tomas; Arvin, Farshad (2019-01-01)
This paper proposes an artificial pheromone communication system inspired by social insects. The proposed model is an extension of the previously developed pheromone communication system, COS-Phi. The new model increases C...
P Phi SS: An Open-Source Experimental Setup for Real-World Implementation of Swarm Robotic Systems in Long-Term Scenarios
Arvin, Farshad; Krajnik, Tomas; Turgut, Ali Emre (2019-01-01)
Swarm robotics is a relatively new research field that employs multiple robots (tens, hundreds or even thousands) that collaborate on complex tasks. There are several issues which limit the realworld application of swarm r...
Perpetual Robot Swarm: Long-Term Autonomy of Mobile Robots Using On-the-fly Inductive Charging
Arvin, Farshad; Watson, Simon; Turgut, Ali Emre; Espinosa, Jose; Krajnik, Tomas; Lennox, Barry (2018-12-01)
Swarm robotics studies the intelligent collective behaviour emerging from long-term interactions of large number of simple robots. However, maintaining a large number of robots operational for long time periods requires si...
phi Clust: Pheromone-based Aggregation for Robotic Swarms
Arvin, Farshad; Turgut, Ali Emre; Krajnik, Tomas; Rahimi, Salar; Okay, Ilkin Ege; Yue, Shigang; Watson, Simon; Lennox, Barry (2018-10-05)
In this paper, we proposed a pheromone-based aggregation method based on the state-of-the-art BEECLUST algorithm. We investigated the impact of pheromone-based communication on the efficiency of robotic swarms to locate an...
Analysis of mirror neuron system activation during action observation alone and action observation with motor imagery tasks
CENGİZ, BÜLENT; Vuralli, Doga; ZİNNUROĞLU, MURAT; Bayer, Gozde; Golmohammadzadeh, Hassan; GÜNENDİ, ZAFER; Turgut, Ali Emre; İRFANOĞLU, BÜLENT; ARIKAN, KUTLUK BİLGE (2018-02-01)
This study aimed to explore the relationship between action observation (AO)-related corticomotor excitability changes and phases of observed action and to explore the effects of pure AO and concurrent AO and motor imagery...
Measures of dynamism and urgency in logistics
van Lon, Rinde R. S.; Ferrante, Eliseo; Turgut, Ali Emre; Wenseleers, Tom; Vanden Berghe, Greet; Holvoet, Tom (Elsevier BV, 2016-09-16)
Dynamism was originally defined as the proportion, of online versus offline orders in the literature on dynamic logistics. Such a definition however, loses meaning when considering purely dynamic problems where all custome...