Barbaros Yet

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byet@metu.edu.tr
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Graduate School of Informatics
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Prioritizing Tanzania’s agricultural development policy to build smallholder climate resilience
Lamanna, Christine; Yet, Barbaros; Kimaro, Anthony; Shepherd, Keith D.; Jones, Kristal; Mayzelle, Megan; Nowak, Andreea; Salemo, Kate; Rosenstock, Todd (2021-07-01)
Effectiveness of intubation devices in patients with cervical spine immobilisation: a systematic review and network meta-analysis
Singleton, Barry N.; Morris, Fiachra K.; Yet, Barbaros; Buggy, Donal J.; Perkins, Zane B. (2021-05-01)
Background: Cervical spine immobilisation increases the difficulty of tracheal intubation. Many intubation devices have been evaluated in this setting, but their relative performance remains uncertain. Methods: MEDLINE, EM...
A Multicriteria Method to Form Optional Preventive Maintenance Plans: A Case Study of a Large Fleet of Vehicles
Guner, Gurkan Guven; Sakar, Ceren Tuncer; Yet, Barbaros (2021-01-01)
IEEEMotor vehicles are composed of a large number of parts, and planning the maintenance activities of different parts is a crucial decision that affects system reliability, operation costs, and capacity requirements of se...
Predicting the Outcome of Limb Revascularization in Patients With Lower-extremity Arterial Trauma: Development and External Validation of a Supervised Machine-learning Algorithm to Support Surgical Decisions.
Perkins, Zane B.; Yet, Barbaros; Sharrock, Anna; Rickard, Rory; Marsh, William; Rasmussen, Todd E.; Tai, Nigel R M (Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health), 2020-10-01)
Objectives: Estimating the likely success of limb revascularization in patients with lower-extremity arterial trauma is central to decisions between attempting limb salvage and amputation. However, the projected outcome ...
Evidence-based investment selection: Prioritizing agricultural development investments under climatic and socio-political risk using Bayesian networks
Yet, Barbaros; Shepherd, Keith D.; Rosenstock, Todd S. (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2020-06-01)
Agricultural development projects have a poor track record of success mainly due to risks and uncertainty involved in implementation. Cost-benefit analysis can help allocate resources more effectively, but scarcity of data...
Decision Support for Project Management by using Diagnostic Inference and Explaining-Away in Bayesian Networks
Yet, Barbaros (null; 2020-05-29)
Risk and uncertainty are natural elements of projects. A project manager has to manage these elements effectively to improve the chance of project success. Yet, well-known biases and heuristics about decision-making under ...
Early Identification of Trauma-induced Coagulopathy: Development and Validation of a Multivariable Risk Prediction Model.
Perkins, ZB; Yet, Barbaros; Marsden, M; Glasgow, S; Marsh, W; Davenport, R; Brohi, K; Tai, NRM (Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health), 2020-01-14)
The aim of this study was to develop and validate a risk prediction tool for trauma-induced coagulopathy (TIC), to support early therapeutic decision-making.
Sınırlı Sayıda Veri ile Güvenilirlik Tahmini: SARP Modeli
Küçüker, Faruk Umut; Yet, Barbaros (null; 2019-11-20)
Building Bayesian networks based on DEMATEL for multiple criteria decision problems: A supplier selection case study
Kaya, Rukiye; Yet, Barbaros (2019-11-01)
Bayesian Networks (BNs) are effective tools for providing decision support based on expert knowledge in uncertain and complex environments. However, building knowledge-based BNs is still a difficult task that lacks systema...
Application of Central Composite Design in the optimization of blank poly(lactic-coglycolic acid) nanoparticles
Çopur, Tuğba; Pehlivan, Sibel; Yet, Barbaros; Öner, Levent (2019-10-14)
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